This week has been pretty uneventful for me, however it seems like it’s earthquake season: Japan, California, Chile, Nicaragua, and now Mexico. This morning Mexico experienced a 7.2 magnitude earthquake that was centered near Acapulco, where many Mexicans are vacationing for Easter holiday including some of my family members. It was felt in at least 6 states including Mexico City which is always vulnerable to distant earthquakes because much of it sits atop the muddy sediments of drained lake beds that quiver as quake waves hit. The magnitude-8.1 quake in 1985 that killed at least 6,000 people and destroyed many buildings in Mexico City was centered 250 miles (400 kilometers) away on the Pacific Coast. Continue reading “The Future of Travel, Roads That Glow In The Dark, Things You Didn’t Know About Bob Ross, and More!”
This week, I have been loving the nice weather and experiencing Spring in the Pacific Northwest for the first time. I also decided I love graham crackers and realized I might be a bit of a messy clean freak. Have a wonderful weekend! Please enjoy this week’s links:
Because we all want to know, Quiz: Which Toy Story Character Are You?
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are making another movie together
Just how terrifying can a story be in only two sentences? Continue reading “Awesome Parents, An Awesome Prank, An Awesome World Record, and More”
Hi everyone, today’s Friday Roundup came late as I have been busy dealing with Homeland Security, immigration lawyers, Paypal blocking my account because they think I’m laundering money, and the DMV taking months to send me my driving license. So… yeah, it has been a bit stressful but luckily today my hubby took me for happy hour to a nice restaurant and we had the most delicious molten lava cake and then we stopped at the grocery store where I bought two mangos! I love mango.
Anyway, I hope you all have an awesome weekend! And enjoy this week’s links. (p.s. a post about the story of my green card will be coming soon.)
Star Trek fans will soon have an official alcoholic beverage of choice with the launch of Warnog, a beer with notes of clove, caramel, and banana.
Hilarious pet photographs from a century ago.
This afternoon snack sounds odd but delicious at the same time.
A photo of Francis Ford Coppola, Irvin Kershner, Akira Kurosawa, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Carroll Ballard at Coppola’s house in San Francisco, 1980.
If you have a cat here are 30 absurd products you must own. (I love the lion’s mane) Continue reading “An App For Finding Missing Pets, A Bookstore In Space, Oatmeal Nutella Mug Cake, and More!”
On my list this weekend is to buy some tea. I have officially ran out of my tea stash and need some urgently. Our roommates still have plenty of lipton tea bags and plenty of green tea bags but I personally don’t like lipton and green tea makes me dizzy. I’m looking to buy some lemon ginger, black (haven’t decided which kind), and chamomile.
On other news, I am really frustrated and almost angry at my mailman because it looks like he is returning my mail and I am expecting some really important mail related to my immigration status and which if I don’t receive, it might cost me $590 to $1000 USD plus a lot of waiting time. The DMV already confirmed that he returned my driving license, so I’m worried. I don’t know why he thinks I’m a terrorist or something, why is he returning my mail?
Anyway, I hope you have a great weekend! And enjoy this week’s links:
This list makes me want to go on a US roadtrip.
Before and after searching the web about your symptoms. I’m guilty, are you?
Another funny medical comic
These dog’s reactions to magic are adorable
The disturbing reality of how drugs affect your appearance.
This is a pretty accurate visual description of my older brother and I in cat form.
A rare mutated apple.
Since we are at it, check out these gross medical remedies from old texts.
In Japan, catching a glimpse of a work of art can be as simple as looking down.
Check out these seriously amazing winner photographs.
Scientists are calling their latest dinosaur discovery “the chicken from hell.”
Would you ride in this windowless supersonic jet? I would!
Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm surprise people by photobombing their photos.
A world map of tea and coffee drinkers.
Check out how teenagers are asking their dates to prom nowadays. I’m only confused about the flour one.
Heaven and Hell: Nation edition.
See a Sicilian Nun singing Alicia Keys bring a rapper to tears (click on the cc button in the video to see subtitles)
Happy spring! I’m excited to start hiking, explore more of the Pacific Northwest and visit the tulip fields! What are your plans for spring? Enjoy this week’s links and have a great weekend!
This is crazy! Would you do it?
These movie titles got much more entertaining after they were translated into Japanese and back.
I would love to have this teacup for loose tea, except bigger.
Read the translations of five hit songs and find out what you’ve been singing all this time.
14 decadent chocolate cakes you’ll want to make/eat immediately.
Check out this real tiny sushi!
7 Weird Things An Ikea Survey Found Out About Americans, the analysis bits were my favorite.
Did you, like me, used to blow on Nintendo cartridges to make them work? Find out, if it actually helped.
I love this recipe idea, carrot ribbon fettuccine.
Check out these insanely epic hotels around the world!
Have an awesome weekend! And enjoy this week’s links!
These food illusions are cool.
How to be a motion picture director. “By no means act normal”
This is so disgusting and shocking that it’s hard to believe.
Don’t believe everything you see on the internet.
I love these bowls.
Here are 11 movies that were almost named something else.
Who thought of these chair paintings that you can actually sit on?
Wes Anderson wanted to be an architect. If you’ve seen his movies, it makes sense!
This 3 year old boy is hilarious making his case about the cupcakes.
11 photos of Einstein. I like the one with the slippers.
The 10 Most Awesomely Un-Pope-Like Moments From The Pope’s First Year On The Job.
First Sniff. A parody to the First Kiss video that went viral.
A man was once trying to build an outdoor movie theatre in the middle of an Egyptian desert. The project was ultimately abandoned, but the progress still sits there for us to see.
Have a great weekend! And enjoy these links:
Frozen’ song: “Let It Go” is a global hit, listen to it in multiple languages in one video.
How would you like to eat some masterpieces?
This is what happened when a photographer came face to face with one of Antarctica’s most vicious predators.
When John Travolta called Idina Menzel “Adele Dazeem” at the Oscars, he created a new standard for superstardom: You’re no one until you’ve had your name mangled by a confused, squinting John Travolta. Find out what is your Travoltified name.
These are my new favorite food bars.
If you are planning on becoming a movie star, here are 10 strategies to changing your name.
17 surprising food facts. I had no idea about the noodle cups.
Did I mention that this blog has a Facebook Page now?