An interesting analysis of how the prequel and original trilogies are intertwined, as the author says "as this essay will show, the six Star Wars films together form a highly structured ring composition.
To live a good life just ask yourself, "Would this make Mister Rogers proud?" before acting.
Tinder for Kicking Asses
By: WayGroovy | Nov 9th, 2015 (11:45 AM) | Thanks: RJ robinson
Welcome, to the world of tomorrow!
By: WayGroovy | Oct 17th, 2015 (1:02 PM)
The arrangement of the galleries is always the same: Twenty bookshelves, five to each side, line four of the hexagon's six sides; the height of the bookshelves, floor to ceiling, is hardly greater than the height of a normal librarian. One of the hexagon's free sides opens onto a narrow sort of vestibule, which in turn opens onto another gallery, identical to the first-identical in fact to all.
By: WayGroovy | Oct 6th, 2015 (12:01 AM)
When two pendulum clocks are hung on the same wall they sync up, with one swinging to the left and the other to the right. The reason why has now been discovered.
Yeah, you totally suck.
They're not for me, they're for my father. I don't even know if they're GMO friendly.
By: WayGroovy | Sep 24th, 2015 (11:12 PM)
The song Happy Birthday has just entered public domain after a 3 year long court case.
By: WayGroovy | Sep 23rd, 2015 (7:44 AM) | Thanks: DorgoDorato
Finally, The Breaking News thread contributes something.
There is only one in the US.....for a good reason. Also, #KlausTheFish
On a dry lake bed in Nevada, a group of friends build a scale model of the solar system with complete planetary orbits: a true illustration of our place in the universe.
For the next time you want to tidy up some exotic sentence enhancers.
It's a 1 KHz tone. Turn your speakers down.
By: WayGroovy | Aug 28th, 2015 (8:40 AM)
Our adventure is just beginning. Neil deGrasse Tyson examines the upcoming Ares 3 mission and their #JourneyToMars in this special episode of StarTalk.
It is the first time the composition of the seafloor, covering 70 percent of the Earth’s surface, has been mapped in 40 years; the most recent map was hand drawn in the 1970s.
By: Dugpitz | Aug 17th, 2015 (4:24 PM) | Thanks: Rich Cream
Originally published in 1946, this New Yorker article is oft considered a monumental piece of journalism. "He tried at several points to penetrate the ruins, but the flames always stopped him. Under many houses, people screamed for help, but no one helped; in general, survivors that day assisted only their relatives or immediate neighbors, for they could not comprehend or tolerate a wider circle of misery. "
A visual explanation of why time seems to fly by faster the more you age.
File "Prince's Lunch Line" under "Willing To Stand In"
The last of the snow collected from Boston streets only just melted July 14.
Assert dominance with Tailgaters. Don't break eye contact.
Fountains are delightful, not metal.
By: WayGroovy | Jun 24th, 2015 (3:29 PM) | Thanks: CrispyCroissant
a blogger and author explores the real cause of addiction and the impact it can have in treating people who can't stop.
By: WayGroovy | Jun 23rd, 2015 (11:54 AM) | Thanks: heinzeketchum
Happy Fathers Day dadholes!
By: WayGroovy | Jun 20th, 2015 (1:47 AM) | Thanks: jedi clampett
Understanding consent with the help of stick figures and a cup of tea.
funny, classy, spot-on, easy to understand and relate to, relevant to some conversations happening in multiple places here
By: WayGroovy | May 28th, 2015 (3:55 AM) | Thanks: have patience
Answer 8 questions with 8 multiple choice answers each and get introduced to someone else who answers the exact same as you.
Pretty cool, I just don't get why they didn't somehow highlight the one true branch™.
By: WayGroovy | May 12th, 2015 (3:06 PM) | Thanks: CrispyCroissant
Ever wonder why a can is designed the way it is? Or ever wonder how it is made? This video answers both.
Jason Everman, as a teenager, worked on a fishing boat in Alaska. Then he became a guitarist for Nirvana. Got kicked out and became a member of Soundgarden. After getting kicked out of a second major band, he joined the Army and then the Army Rangers. Now, with a bachelor's degree in Philosophy, courtesy of the GI bill, he's thinking of becoming a bartender.
This is a bizarrely fascinating story.
After opening a gun store in NYC, first time buyers leave with changed outlooks.
Powerful anti-gun video that is sure to create a lot of debate.