Weekend Linkage: The Paradox of Death Stars and Pinto Beans


Guys! Since I (deliberately) missed last week's Weekend Linkage as I was drinking beer and watching Netflix getting some much-needed R&R, you get twice as many links this week! You can thank me with this.

Go go go!

Does Norway every cease to be charming? Nope.

Consider why you're apologizing.

I can always get behind pizza for breakfast. So obviously breakfast pizza for breakfast is even better.

Teenager Rochelle Ballantyne is set to become the world's first African American female chess master.

Oh gosh. So sweet. Blub blub blub.

Absurdly amazing gourd carving. Yes, I said gourd carving.

Lesser-Known Paradoxes.

#Instacane: The story of Hurricane Sandy told through Instagram.

I think I linked this when Melissa first posted it, and I will continue to link it as many times as she reposts it. The Terrible Bargain We Have Regretfully Struck. Yes yes yes.

32 Mistakes We're All Going to Make. I have already done 26 of these :/

World travelling? It's not a cop-out to spring for the hotel. Why hostels aren't for everyone.

Amazing and haunting street art. Unfortunately, this sort of thing doesn't go over well in the U.S.

As if eating at an antique desk in a restaurant isn't quaint enough, it's full of handwritten notes!

16 strength exercises and stretches for runners.

Are you a poet? Looking for cheap meals for two weeks? You're in luck! Harcase Survival Pinto Bean Sludge.

Ladygamers rejoice! Xbox will now flex the banhammer for sexism on Xbox Live. About time.

My, that's a delicious Death Star.

Do you remember the Dark Crystal? Remember the landstriders? Did you kind of want one too? Well, you're gonna love this:


The flex mex will change your life. No joke:


Air New Zealand just wants to make sure you have a magical and safe flight to Middle Earth:



What's on your agenda this weekend?

1 comment

  1. Great as usual! I swearing spend at least an hour pouring over your links!

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