Pre-Flight Friday Links

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I’m going to the airport in about two hours for my flight at 7 pm.  And then I’ll get into Charles de Gaulle around 2 am EST, 8 am Paris time.  I’m packing banana bread.

And yes, that is my new desktop background.

  • Get lost in close ups of LUSH bath bombs with nature sounds in the background for one whole minute (or 10 hours a day live on Lush Player- not recommending that this is what you do with your time, but also not judging.)
  • Namenculture‘s first anniversary and a review of 2017 in names. Name of the year? Harvey, for many unsavory reasons.
  • Box office winners and losers of 2017. A rosy outlook for 1) Disney and 2) R-rated films. A bit of a polarization here, I think. Although I firmly like both categories!
  • I’ve always kind of wanted to explore the Titanic as it would have been before it sank. With the maiden voyage of the Titanic II, it looks like that will be a reality for some people. Seems a bit like the height of hubris to me.
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Friday Links 10/13

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I have a lot of links and not a lot of time to think about more interesting and profound posts. So here’s what’s happening on my laptop!

Much love!

Random Thoughts: The Little Mermaid

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Legs may be required for jumping and dancing, but I feel like Ariel would be gratified to know that these days humans are using contraptions like these, and other fin type things, to get around more efficiently underwater. (Diving fins would not have been available when The Little Mermaid took place).

To lie and pretend that this is a list, rather than a random rant, I’m adding bullet points. Continue reading “Random Thoughts: The Little Mermaid”