An App For Finding Missing Pets, A Bookstore In Space, Oatmeal Nutella Mug Cake, and More!

Cat photo of the day.

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.)

25 Romantic Words That Don’t Exist in English But Should

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!”

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Meet some of the people that want to take a one way trip to Mars

There were 200,000 people who applied to participate in a project called Mars One. It’s a private enterprise to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars and film a reality show along the way. The idea is to go in crews of four starting in 2024. The thing is, right now the technology can only get them there, [and not back]. “Mars One Way” documents the thoughts and theories of Five hopeful Mars One astronauts as they contemplate the reality of leaving planet Earth forever, for a new home on Mars.

While some of them don’t see the purpose of their lives here in Earth, some would be living boyfriends, wives, and even children considering this to be an opportunity of a lifetime, quite literally.

What do you think?