:: Like Kerry, from whom the link herein comes to my attention, I don't do Twitter because I just don't get the point. (Likewise, I hate the way some folks marry their Facebook and Twitter accounts, so that I'm reading their Twits on FB, which often literally amounts to reading half of a conversation, but that's a topic for another day.) But this Twit-stream (honestly, I have no idea what you call it) is hilarious. A 29-year-old guy lives with his crotchety, foul-mouthed, and apparently highly verbally creative 73-year-old father. Probably NSFW, and it'll offend anyone who dislikes coarse language, but I loved it. (Luckily, there's an RSS feed so I can read this Twit-stream on Google Reader, which means that I still don't have to set up a Twit-stream of my own. Huzzah!)
:: Via Neatorama, I see 15 strange "Breast Cancer Awareness" products. The pink cement mixer is...amazing.
:: This last is utterly astonishing; I couldn't believe it when I saw it. It's a very short home movie, made in 1941, of a German couple leaving home for their wedding. What's notable is the brief shot of a young girl smiling happily as she leans out the upstairs window of the building to watch the happy couple depart. That young girl is Anne Frank. Seriously.
That is simply amazing.
More next week.