Cyrus Entering Babylon

For some reason I thought this might give some history nerds who are also pop music fans a chuckle. I decided that having Miley Cyrus twerking in the chariot might be a bit too risqué for this blog. [Read more...]

Like

So apparently now you can “like” things not only beyond Facebook, but even on paper. I wonder how many educators will/would use this stamp, and why or why not… UPDATE: Someone asked about a “dislike” stamp. Apparently there is indeed a set of Like and Dislike Stamps and you can buy them from Amazon.com! Here’s a [Read More...]

Titanic: Time Travel Edition

If you suddenly enjoy the movie more as a result of reading this, let me know…   [Read more...]

Putting Your Clocks Back

  This gem came my way on Facebook today. It will be useful to people in Europe today and people in North America next Sunday.   [Read more...]

Required Religion

I am grateful to Stephen Carlson for directing my attention to Required Religion on Tumblr, which is gifs depicting the experiences of a religion professor. There are so many I can relate to, such as this one, depicting how a professor feels when students won’t talk: And this one, “How I feel when I find [Read More...]

Zombies at the Manger

From Chuck and Beans, a cartoon series which has many more holiday-themed ones, including this: [Read more...]

Darth Lucy

Via Star Roarz on Facebook.   [Read more...]

Hello Schroedinger

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God It’s High

I had this parody of the song “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserables drawn to my attention at a rehearsal this week. I am confident that even those of us with high voices will appreciate the humor. [Read more...]

Tall Infographics are our Future

From XKCD   [Read more...]

Biggest Facepalm Ever

Via Pinterest [Read more...]


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