Friday, November 20, 2015

Happy Friday! Thanksgiving comes a week early here, with a cornucopia of links. Many thanks to everyone!

From Cassandra: How kids learn the concept of fairness, and whether there’s a “death hierarchy” in news today.

From a friend via Facebook: Calvin and Hobbes debuted thirty years ago this week, and there’s a lot of lessons we can still learn from them. 

From Holly: “A chance for grown men to relive their childhood in what comes off really as being rather creepy.” Hee.

From Julie: Watch six million years of evolution in sixty seconds! Also, it turns out that Winnie-the-Pooh was based on a real black bear named Winnie. Also also, someone found a trunk full of undelivered mail, and I’m so envious.

From Twitter: Cards Against Humanity players, rejoice: there’s a new fantasy themed pack, with cards written by real live authors!

From Zazoo: “The Muppets pitch a new show, and it's hiliarious!

Have a spiffy weekend, everyone. See you next week.

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