Do you remember that time we were together at that place and we did that thing? Oh man! It was the bombdiggity.
Wait, you don’t remember it? Are you sure? It was bombalicious, yo.
You’re sure, because it was bombtastic. Truly and for reals.
No? Not ringing a bell?
Sorry, wrong number. Sorry to bother you. Perhaps I can offer you some online thought-provoking entertainment? I have collected some links. Why don’t you grab a container of your favorite beverage, put your feet up and peruse.
Visit our family blog: “The Thomas Ten.”
Browse Large Hearted Boy‘s list of “100 Online Sources for Free and Legal Music Downloads.”
Listen to a mix of some of my favorite songs released in 2015.
Browse my 42 favorite albums of 2015.
Download a three-volume mix of Jesusy songs I collected.
Meet the 107-year-old’ man who’s “secret to a long life is four bottles of red wine a day”.
Read Washington Post‘s piece: “A Stanford psychologist explains why spacing out and goofing off is so good for you”.
Read as The Guardian considers” “Villain or victim, Shakespeare’s Shylock is a character to celebrate”.
Browse “10 Paradoxical Traits of Creative People” at Fast Company.
Read as Warped Speed considers why having a beard is good for your health.
Read as Slate wonders “Why Can’t Apple Figure Out Television?”
Meet the man who created Papyrus, the world’s second-most hated font.
Read about the “First U.S. Doctor Sentenced for Patient ODs”. “A California doctor was sentenced to 30 years in prison on murder charges Friday in connection with three overdose deaths from medication she prescribed.”
Read as The Guardian considers “From Berlin’s warehouses to London’s estates: how cities shape music scenes”.
Read as Inc. wonders: “Why Are Millennials So Unhappy at Work?”
Ever wonder “What happens to a tiny town when Walmart disappears?” Find out at The Washington Post.
Read as The New Yorker wonders if we’re maybe missing the point in our hatred of Martin Shkreli.
See “What $1 USD Gets You In Food All Around The World”.
Read “Relevant”‘s report: “The Pastor of China’s Largest Official Protestant Church Has Been Arrested”.
Read The Guardian‘s piece: “In 1971, librarian Marguerite Hart asked famous names in the arts, sciences and politics to write to the children of Troy, Michigan, encouraging them to cherish their new public library.”
Browse “America’s Largest Collection of Early Tavern Signs”.
Read Ars Technia‘s piece: “The NFL wants you to think these things are illegal”.
Learn “How to Read a Book a Week”.
Read Sojourner‘s piece: “Why I’m a Politically Correct Christian (And You Should Be Too)”
Watch a guitarist play “the World’s Last Playable Stradivarius Guitar”.
See “Gorgeous, Extremely Private Writing Retreats” at Flavorwire.
Read Fact Magazine‘s report: “The Pirate Bay now streams torrents in your browser”.
Learn “How to Make Your Own Moonshine Still from Hardware Store Parts” at Man Made.
Read about the Titanic replica set to set sail.
Read Vinyl Factory‘s report that The Gap has now entered the vinyl market.
Read as Noisey considers which musicians have the most positive Twitter followers.
Read about the lifetime collection of 1000,000 records now up for sale.
Read about “Woodstock Organizers Exploring 50th Anniversary Concert”.