Buitenlandse Blogs – 8

Blogoverzicht van de beste Buitenlandse Blogs

Op deze pagina vind je een overzicht van de bekende en minder bekende beste Buitenlandse Blogs en Engelse Blogs waaronder Cynical C, Barely Adventist, Life is Like This, Cake Wrecks, World of Buzz, Dump a Day, Very Funny Pics, Dave Barry’s Blog, Hilarious Tweets, Aeon, Joyreactor, What’s Trending, Bloggingtips, Blogging Wizzard, I can Has Cheezeburger en Awful Library Books. Het merendeel van de Blogs is in het Engels, maar je komt op de blogpagina overzichten ook Duitse, Zweedse of anderstalige blogs tegen.

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    Cynical-C

  • Vaccine Skeptic Eric Clapton Claims ‘Subliminal’ Messages Are Convincing People to Fall In Line
    Eric Clapton, probably best known for being the worst guitarist on the Yardbirds, and for being a racist prick who stole his friend’s wife, is still an asshole: After months of railing against COVID-19 lockdowns and vaccines, and refusing to play shows that require vaccination proof, Eric Clapton has seemingly... Read more »
  • VideoBut Reddit Told Me Elon is a Genius
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  • I’m So Sick of Seeing News About This Guy
    BREAKING: Australia’s immigration minister cancels Novak Djokovic’s visa a second time; tennis star faces possible deportation from the country. https://t.co/WjH05e1apf — MSNBC (@MSNBC) January 14, 2022 What an asshole.  Play by the rules or sit your ass home.  Why is this so difficult? Imagine spending so much time and energy,... Read more »
  • Elon Musk: Dig Tunnels to Solve Traffic Jams
    Elon has been pimping his tunnels as a way to solve traffic jams through congested cities. What could go wrong? It turns out the congestion-busting “future of transport” is already experiencing congestion. pic.twitter.com/yJY9b0Nwjj — Adam Tranter (@adamtranter) January 6, 2022 Oh. (btw, as a Boston driver, the only thing worse... Read more »
  • VideoJust Some New Orleans Buskers
    The lady casually checking her texts while singing and then blowing her soul through that clarinet is Doreen Ketchens: Doreen Ketchens (born October 3, 1966 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is a jazz clarinetist who performs Dixieland and Trad Jazz. She is one of the first and few female bandleaders in... Read more »
  • Another Strong Contender for Dumbest Person in DC
    How to steal an election: “Seeding an area heavy with potential Democratic votes with as many absentee ballots as possible, targeting and convincing potential voters to complete them in a legally valid way, and then harvesting and counting the results.”https://t.co/LwE3MdeWeG — Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) December 27, 2021 Republicans consider... Read more »
  • Ron Johnson Cites Covid Cases Among the Vaccinated and Asks, ‘What’s the Point?’
    The Dumbest Person in DC contest has a lot of competitors these days, but Ron Johnson always pleads a strong case for why he is most deserving: Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI): "We all hoped and prayed that the vaccines would be 100% effective and 100% safe, but they’re not! We... Read more »
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    Life is Like This

  • To show or not to show?
     Oliyarmun olliyar aadhal veliyarmun vaansudhai vannam kolal - ThirukkuralDisplay your wisdom in the company of the wise; with fools, be as blank as white plaster - Loose TranslationAha! I think I can do that second thing rather readily. To appear as blank as white plaster - to appear ignorant, in... Read more »
  • Wasted advice?
     Unarvadhudaiyarmun sollal valavardhul paatthiyul neer sorindhatru - ThirukkuralTo impart advice to he who understands it himself is akin to watering plants that are capable of growing by themselves - Loose TranslationThere are times when you feel that, perhaps, Tiru lived in times when men had a totally different idea about... Read more »
  • Suit your audience?
    Avai arindhu aaraaindhu solluga sollin thogaiyarindha thooimaiyavar - ThirukkuralThe pure and learned man picks his words to suit his audience - Loose TranslationWow! I knew it! Our ancestors had all the knowledge that the world has ever seen or ever will see. And what foresight! I knew Tiru was one... Read more »
  • Superhero
     A Humor Tale, this timeWhen Ritesh jumped to grab his cheque in flight, and went flying up to the ceiling instead, it was good fortune that it happened in the air-conditioned room of a hotel. There was no fan to crash into when he gave his inadvertent imitation of a... Read more »
  • Swag vs Sense
    Nostalgia caused me to re-watch an old Rajinikanth movie - Priya - after seeing a reference to it on Facebook. There is this scene near the climax where Rajinikanth - essaying the role of Sujatha's lawyer-detective Ganesh - is in a quadrangle of high rise buildings in one flat of... Read more »
  • Tenacious beliefs?
    Beliefs are inevitable. You can KNOW things only if you know all the facts and have the ability as well as the knowledge to derive the right conclusions from the facts. Humanity itself does not yet have complete knowledge and you, yourself, do not even have all the facts which humanity... Read more »
  • Making people laugh
    You know how much I have lamented the fact that people seem disinclined to laughing, going by how little they care for humor books. (Mine? Yeah, sure, of course that is why I am lamenting. When is the last that YOU lamented about something that did not affect you directly?... Read more »
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    Cake Wrecks

  • Spam Poetry
    Usually my spam filter is pretty accurate, but this week I've gotten three e-mails that read like some kind of post-modern word salad poetry. I'm assuming they're spam, but then again, maybe they're really some hip new literary project by postmodern word salad poets. Eh? So in the spirit of artistic discovery, I've... Read more »
  • Oooooh...SO CLOSE
    So do bakers still get points if you can at least tell what their cakes were *supposed* to say?  Or...not.  The period is how you know that new hairstyle is really working for you, Raquel. Honest.  Excellent advice for those pesky potty-training years.  Is this like an "I am legion"... Read more »
  • Sunday Sweets: Watercolor Cakes
    Apparently watercolors date back as far as the cave paintings of Paleolithic Europe. (Thanks Wikipedia!) It was done on things like stone, leather, papyrus, and now ... (By AK Cake Design)You guessed it! Cake! Heck, maybe it was always done on cake, but everyone ate the evidence back in those days. (By Nevie-Pie Cakes)I... Read more »
  • Let's Call The Post Literally. Thanks.
    If Cake Wrecks has taught us anything, it's that you have to be really careful what you say to a baker: Houston, we have a problem.  Insert snarky comment here: ...........  This one I'm actually Ok with - but only because the baker included some this time. Ah, the perils of buying... Read more »
  • An Indecent Proposal
    Suppose you're a professional baker, and you want to propose to the love of your life. What do you do?Why, you make a cake of course!And you pour all of your time, talent, and t-passion into that cake, because this, of all the cakes in your career, is without a doubt the most... Read more »
  • Bazinga!
    Everybody sing! Squashed kitties  Shorn kitties Mangy balls of fur! Crappy kitties   Creepy...kitties? STILL BETTER THAN A DOG.  Thanks to Laura T., Gina P., Celeste B., Chris S., Jesse S., and Anony M., for starting our day with a Big Bang.******P.S. In case you prefer the "right" version: Soft Kitty Fridge/Car... Read more »
  • Celebrity Mash-Up Math
    + =    + =    + =    + =  Thanks to Dawn H., Beth S., Kat D., & Alexandra R. for the extra sprinkles.*****P.S. This calls for a double feature Movie Night! Robin Hood: Men In Tights/ Spaceballs DVD Set*****And from my other blog, Epbot:... Read more »
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    Dave Barry's Blog

  • IN SLOVAKIA, ANYWAY
    Flying car wins airworthiness certification Longer story here. (Thanks to Gerry Studzinski and Michael Moyer)... Read more »
  • SAID BY WHOM?
    Japanese lingerie manufacturer Wacoal recently launched a line of lace boxer briefs for men that are said to be both beautiful and functional. (Thanks to Static Joeage)... Read more »
  • TWO GLASSES, PLUS A BOOSTER GLASS
    Drinking red wine can reduce risk of catching Covid, according to new research (Thanks to Barry Nester)... Read more »
  • CSI: BLEACHFIELD
    At some point in the preceding hours Mr Ross had male genitals drawn on his face which enabled police to quickly track him down from a description of the culprits. (Thanks to Unholy Slacker)... Read more »
  • YOU WANT FRIES WITH THAT?
    TikTokers Scream As Huntsman Spider Lands On Their Car Window In Drive-Thru You know the continent. (Thanks to pharmaross)... Read more »
  • KENTUCKY TRAFFIC REPORT
    A Limo With A Trunk-Mounted Stripper Pole Crashed Into A Creek No doubt en route to Florida. (Thanks to James Flynn)... Read more »
  • ATTENTION, DETROIT LIONS FANS:
    Trophy drought: A cow must be sacrificed to reverse the bad luck on Black Stars – Prophet (Thanks to pharmaross)... Read more »
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    Aeon

  • Rotifers: charmingly bizarre and often ignored
    An ode to the rotifer – how these microscopic creatures live, die and dry out, entering a peculiar state somewhere in betweenBy Aeon VideoWatch at Aeon... Read more »
  • World wide open
    Deep brain stimulation not only treats psychiatric disease – it changes the whole person, boosting confidence and opennessBy Julian Kiverstein, Erik Rietveld & Damiaan DenysRead at Aeon... Read more »
  • Everything you wanted to know about sudden birth (but were afraid to ask)
    Shoddy filmmaking, stiff acting, clinical dialogue – yes! The cult thrill of a 1960s police training film for a sudden birthBy Aeon VideoWatch at Aeon... Read more »
  • Lies and honest mistakes
    Our crisis of public knowledge is an ethical crisis. Rewarding ‘truthfulness’ above ‘truth’ is a step towards a solutionBy Richard V ReevesRead at Aeon... Read more »
  • Riches in space
    Asteroids could pay for so much space exploration. We just need to mine those valuable resources – and duck a direct hitBy Martin ElvisRead at Aeon... Read more »
  • How an infinite hotel ran out of room
    Some infinities are bigger than others – to understand why, you’ll need to check in to the odd world of the Hilbert HotelBy Aeon VideoWatch at Aeon... Read more »
  • The Margaret Mead problem
    Mead, so radical about gender and sex in her early work, doubled down on the differences between men and women later. Why?By Elesha J CoffmanRead at Aeon... Read more »
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    JoyReactor.com

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    Author: moo_roar Expand { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "BlogPosting", "mainEntityOfPage":{ "@type":"WebPage", "@id":"/post/5069595" }, "headline": "funny pictures", "image": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "http://img2.joyreactor.com/pics/post/full/funny-pictures-7166024.jpeg", "height": 1316, "width": 640 }, "datePublished": "2022-01-24T20:27:07+03:00", "dateModified": "2022-01-24T20:27:07+03:00", "author": { "@type": "Person", "name": "moo_roar" }, "publisher": { "@type": "Organization", "name": "JoyReactor.com", "logo": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "http://joyreactor.cc/images/joyreactor_ie6.png", "width":... Read more »
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    Author: moo_roar Expand { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "BlogPosting", "mainEntityOfPage":{ "@type":"WebPage", "@id":"/post/5069593" }, "headline": "funny pictures", "image": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "http://img2.joyreactor.com/pics/post/full/funny-pictures-7166022.jpeg", "height": 646, "width": 610 }, "datePublished": "2022-01-24T20:26:33+03:00", "dateModified": "2022-01-24T20:26:33+03:00", "author": { "@type": "Person", "name": "moo_roar" }, "publisher": { "@type": "Organization", "name": "JoyReactor.com", "logo": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "http://joyreactor.cc/images/joyreactor_ie6.png", "width":... Read more »
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    Author: moo_roar Expand { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "BlogPosting", "mainEntityOfPage":{ "@type":"WebPage", "@id":"/post/5069592" }, "headline": "cat :: funny pictures", "image": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "http://img2.joyreactor.com/pics/post/full/funny-pictures-cat-7166021.png", "height": 699, "width": 1080 }, "datePublished": "2022-01-24T20:26:07+03:00", "dateModified": "2022-01-24T20:26:07+03:00", "author": { "@type": "Person", "name": "moo_roar" }, "publisher": { "@type": "Organization", "name": "JoyReactor.com", "logo": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url":... Read more »
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    Author: moo_roar Expand { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "BlogPosting", "mainEntityOfPage":{ "@type":"WebPage", "@id":"/post/5069589" }, "headline": "concert :: animal :: geese :: duck :: funny pictures", "image": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "http://img2.joyreactor.com/pics/post/full/funny-pictures-geese-duck-animal-7166014.jpeg", "height": 413, "width": 620 }, "datePublished": "2022-01-24T20:25:16+03:00", "dateModified": "2022-01-24T20:25:16+03:00", "author": { "@type": "Person", "name": "moo_roar" }, "publisher": { "@type": "Organization", "name":... Read more »
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    Author: alcortje Hahahaha Expand { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "BlogPosting", "mainEntityOfPage":{ "@type":"WebPage", "@id":"/post/5059581" }, "headline": "Hahahaha / cops :: cop :: funny :: funny picture :: meme :: cartoon", "image": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "http://img2.joyreactor.com/pics/post/full/cartoon-meme-funny-picture-funny-7148755.jpeg", "height": 927, "width": 750 }, "datePublished": "2022-01-16T05:33:34+03:00", "dateModified": "2022-01-16T05:33:34+03:00", "author": { "@type": "Person", "name": "alcortje" },... Read more »
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    Author: moo_roar Expand { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "BlogPosting", "mainEntityOfPage":{ "@type":"WebPage", "@id":"/post/5058906" }, "headline": "funny pictures", "image": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "http://img2.joyreactor.com/pics/post/full/funny-pictures-7147586.jpeg", "height": 521, "width": 692 }, "datePublished": "2022-01-15T16:17:13+03:00", "dateModified": "2022-01-15T16:17:13+03:00", "author": { "@type": "Person", "name": "moo_roar" }, "publisher": { "@type": "Organization", "name": "JoyReactor.com", "logo": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "http://joyreactor.cc/images/joyreactor_ie6.png", "width":... Read more »
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    Awful Library Books

  • Bazaar (or Bizarre) Crafts
    Easy Bazaar Crafts Gerald Knox, Ed. Better Homes and Gardens 1981 I know craft fairs are a thing and many people like the idea of hand made items for gifts or whatever. Not to take away any of the skill involved in creating these....things, but why would anyone want to... Read more »
  • Behaving at the Office
    Uncivil Wars Men, Women, and Office Etiquette in the 90s Patrick 1994 This is another of the million books published about how to get along at the office and succeed. As women entered the workforce issues of "new" office etiquette were being discussed. Discussions targeted at both men and women... Read more »
  • The Big Apple
    Kids' New York Dorling Kindersley Travel Guides 2000 Submitter: I found this 2000 travel guide while weeding the children's collection in my public library the other day and...a lot has changed in NYC over the past 21 years! For example, the public pay-phones mentioned in this guide are now $1... Read more »
  • Babysitting Basics
    Babysitting Dayee 1990 I'm going to have to award this book "Most boring cover art". Seriously, this book design looks like they had some bad wallpaper laying around and someone said, "hey put that on a book, the teens will love it." Cover "art" not withstanding, the content isn't too... Read more »
  • Not so fabulous
    Fabulous Oriental Recipes Blinn 1989 This very cheap book is not really library-worthy. It would fall apart within about 10 uses. That said, the fact that it is still decent shape already tells me that it really wasn't a good choice in 1989. The term oriental is not a appropriate,... Read more »
  • Get some help!
    Get Help Solving the Problems in Your Life Gilbert 1989 This is essentially a directory of agencies and organizations aimed at young people with problems. In 1989, this would be a reasonable purchase for a teen nonfiction collection. However, in 2022 this is simply taking up shelf space. It would... Read more »
  • Canadian Animals in the USA
    A Second Book of Canadian Animals May 1967 Animal books are a slam dunk choice in any public library youth collection. They are always popular, and I have weeded those books on condition more often than not. They simply wear out from use. There is nothing particularly wrong with this... Read more »
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