Best Wikipedia article at the end of a clicking spree, ever: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liver-Eating_Johnson
On the right, a normal egg yolk. On the left, a fake yolk AKA the Snowman Kimipuchi:
The list of ingredients on the Kewpie page sounds a lot like the ingredients in their mayonnaise:
I understand the concern of Japanese bento eaters, but I’m also really curious about the taste…
The shirt collar needs work, but hey, that’s straight out of my nightmares!
Damn, this is a perfect meme movement for Gen Z.
Photos like this are what’s fueling the movement:
So here’s the number of infections in that county today (the video was taken a day or two ago in Over-the-Rhine, an urban historic district):
And now the county jail is probably at higher risk of infection:
Reading the comment feed on that recorded livestream will tell historians everything they need to know about the United States at this point in time.
Update: Well not quite everything, because there’s also that 5G/Coronavirus rumor spreading to the states from the UK, where they are setting 5G cell towers on fire.
Great idea, since people are basically losing their minds during this coronavirus lockdown. Go see the highlights here: Museum Asks People To Recreate Paintings With Stuff They Can Find at Home, Here Are The Results
I tried embedding this from Twitter directly, but it cut off the punchline in a non-obvious way, so here it is in its full glory instead:
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/TomCostantino/status/1196257484370935808?
Holy shit, no wonder Northeast Thailand is so misunderstood:
The closest the Mekong River comes to Maha Sarakham province is around 170 kilometers away, in Mukdahan. One of the tributaries of the Mekong, the Chi River, does flow right through Maha Sarakham province and city, so it is connected, but if you want to use that logic, I nominate the Adriatic Sea as a wonderful Thing to Do in Maha Sarakham Province.
Also, the Mekong probably shouldn’t be grouped into Nature & Parks anymore since the water is barely flowing at times and most of the wildlife is dead and gone. The most accurate description for the foreseeable future is, “Heavily Exploited Power Source Where Giant Catfish Once Lived.”
I clicked the green See 1 Experience button shown in the lower right corner of the graphic above (the actual page is here). It took me to a page called OVERVIEW MEKONG DELTA (My Tho – Ben Tre)… Both of those places are in Vietnam for fuck’s sake! Not sure if Trip Advisor is aware if these two countries are not same same or if they are aware and it’s all just keyword games (because the word “Thailand” is in the link for a page having nothing to do with Thailand), but either way, it’s fucking despicable… Shitty travel sites should at least be responsible for lightly educating the shitheel tourists and backpackers they foist on the locals, yo.