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WWGO – November 25, 2013
Today is November 25th. On this date in 1950, a storm swept the eastern United States breaking records for snowfall, wind speeds, and temperatures, and resulting in over 160 deaths. Dubbed “the storm of the century”, the weather system “had the greatest contrast of weather elements in probably any storm, including the 1993 March Superstorm,” according to Weather Channel expert Paul Kocin. In global warming circles, this storm is today more commonly known as “shhh!” Also, today is National Blasé Day, or whatever. If you like, please find the links of the day below and consider this an Open Thread. Or don’t. I’m a blog post, not a cop.
Iran’s Nuclear Triumph | Wall Street Journal
#facepalm • Liberals Are Morally Superior” | Wisconsin Reporter
#eyeroll • At AMAs, Rapper Takes Bold Stance On Racism: Against It! | The Blaze
#duh • Hey Kids, White People Suck! | The Blaze
#awkward • Neuroscientist Finds Out He’s A Psychopath | Rare
#whatdroids • CNN: Is There Really A “Knockout Game”? | Ed Morrissey
Today In “Really Science?”
#eureka • Men With Attractive Wives Have High Marital Satisfaction, Study Finds | HuffPo
What In The Science Is Going On?
#yawn • Global Warming: Another Year, Another U.N. Flop | Forbes
Disaster Relief – Philippines | Samaritan’s Purse
What In The Tweet Is Going On?
— Caleb Howe (@CalebHowe) November 25, 2013
taphephobia taf-uh–foh-bee-uh noun : an abnormal fear of being buried alive.
Example: People that don’t have taphephobia probably need some time to self-reflect.