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.



  • Helga Stentzel’s Clotheline Animals
    Helga Stentzel’s Instagram page is gorgeous as she makes art out of everyday items but I really love her clotheline animal pieces.... Read more »
  • When the NY Post Gets It Right
    NY Post: Florida man makes announcement, story on page 26. pic.twitter.com/FQcNC1ewPP — Jonathan Karl (@jonkarl) November 16, 2022 I’ve been on a big news diet. So I didn’t pay attention to the florida man who has decided to run again for preznit. The NY Post headline here is channeling that... Read more »
  • VideoConfutatis Amadeus movie plus scrolling music score
    They animated sheet music to go along with Mozart dictating his Requiem to Salieri. Amadeus is one of my favorite movies of all time. Watch it if you haven’t!... Read more »
  • How is the New Twitter Doing?
    So what happens when the biggest troll in the world who also happens to be the richest man in the world buys the world’s largest megaphone? Elon Musk tweets conspiracy theory about attack on Paul Pelosi, husband of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi https://t.co/VpMn7TqSea pic.twitter.com/hzmjkVeAJv — Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish)... Read more »
  • I Don’t Know If I Should Laugh or Cry
    If Trump runs in 2024, it’s likely he’ll choose Marjorie Taylor Greene as running mate https://t.co/4MQTqqWPpn — Salon (@Salon) October 22, 2022 Not knowing whether to laugh or cry is pretty much the standard for political news now though. I guess both works too.... Read more »
  • VideoKilling In The Name Performed By The North Korean Military Chorus (Rare Footage)
    This edit is just……... Read more »
  • Question of the Way
    Who else has decided to cut back on their news/social media diet? I blame Trump really. The Trump years really just pushed me to the limit on my news intake. That moron really can’t breathe without doing something stupid enough for us all to collectively gape and rush to Twitter... Read more »


  • Theologian Releases Bible Version That Fully Agrees With Him
    COLLEGEDALE, Tenn. --- Doug Digger breathed a sigh of satisfaction from his ivory tower balcony today as he released what he called a "wrinkle-free" version of the Bible. In the run-up to the release, Read more [...]... Read more »
  • US News and World Report Declares Southern Best College to Find Vegetarian Spouse
    Collegedale, Tenn. --- For the first time ever, US News and World Report has ranked schools in view of their ability to provide students with "a high chance of finding a vegetarian to marry." US Read more [...]... Read more »
  • UK Chancellor Says ADRA Ingathering Targets Must Rise
    LONDON, United Kingdom - Britain’s Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, warned today that virtually unprecedented inflation meant ADRA ingathering targets this year would need to be increased substantially. “Walking Read more [...]... Read more »
  • Snopes Fact Checks GC Baptismal Numbers
    SILVER SPRING, Md. — Fact-checking website Snopes is investigating baptismal numbers released by the General Conference after flagging them for what the site calls “suspiciously evangelistic Read more [...]... Read more »
  • Does Volunteering Count If You Haven’t Posted About It On Social Media?
    We gotta know: Is volunteering worth the time unless you can let the whole world know what you are doing with an action shot of you saving the manatees/serving soup/tutoring with a #simplyservice?  Without Read more [...]... Read more »
  • Republican Adventists Declare Second Great Disappointment
    RED AMERICA - After a longed for mid-term red wave failed to materialize, Republican Adventists have likened the letdown to a "Second Great Disappointment." "This red ripple is not at all the Read more [...]... Read more »
  • Report: Non-Adventists Going to Heaven
    BREAKING NEWS: Legalists across the Adventist world were rushed to hospital today after sustaining panic attacks at the unwelcome report from leading denominational theologians that non-Adventists Read more [...]... Read more »

    Life is Like This

  • Advice
    You know, the one thing that I have found with people is that they all love GIVING advice. Very few actually like receiving advice, especially when they do not ask for it. AND, more often than not, someone who asks for advice is asking you to justify why what he... Read more »
  • Identity and identifiers
    I am nitpicking? There is no difference between identity and identifiers? YOU are the reason why people think that an attractive label is enough to sell a product. After all, if the identifier - the label - is good, you will assume that the identity - the product - is... Read more »
  • The virtue of remembering?
    There you go again. I say 'remembering' and you can only think of that one thing. NO, NO, NO! I am not about the start on the virtues of remembering chaps who pop in thirty years after you last saw them and croak, "Remember me?" I mean, come on, how... Read more »
  • Guessing Games
    People seem to be going gaga about technology and all the benefits it gives the common man. Maybe it does but t0he dratted thing has also stolen some of the simple pleasures of life. Things that perhaps will become legends which will be disbelieved by the generations to come.We used... Read more »
  • Of discussions and arguments
     I never did like arguing. I mean, really, what's ever been the point in arguing with someone...you just keep on spouting beliefs, he keeps nattering about his and, at the end, both walk away completely convinced that they are right. About the only thing that possibly changes is that both... Read more »
  • Play by the rules?
    I have always been one with a great respect for rules. Respect? I actually effing depended on them so that I knew what to do under any given circumstances. Otherwise, I would only blink blankly like your smartphone would if there were no operating system in it to tell it... Read more »
  • Words Matter!
    The single most important reason why I am not a Jeff Bezos or a Elon Musk is the fact that I never really understood the fact that words matter. (Other than minor things like lack of talent, drive and the unshakable belief that anything is better done tomorrow than today?... Read more »

    Cake Wrecks

  • Sunday Sweets GOES SHOPPING!
    With everyone in a shopping frenzy this weekend, I figured hey, why not make it a FEEDING frenzy... of shopping! Only, you know, in cake.(This, uh, sounded better in my head.)So, let's say you're shopping for a sweet Vera Bradley purse: (Submitted by Jon A., made by Hall's Take The... Read more »
  • 5 Bakers Who Bit Off More Than They Could Chew
    My friends, cake decorating can be hard. Why do you think we have so much material? But bakers can make their jobs a lot easier by just knowing their limitations.For instance, bakers, say someone asks you to make a groom's cake that looks like their BMW: ...but you're just figuring... Read more »
  • They're Just Really Thankful To See You
    It's our favorite time of year, minions: POO WANG SEASON! Yep, time to hang the traditional Poo Wang bunting (heyooo), pull up a chair (heyooo), and watch with gleeful abandon as bakers attempt - mostly in vain, since we all have the minds of 12-year-olds here - to make a turkey... Read more »
  • If Cake Croutons Become A Thing, I WANT CREDIT
    It's the day before Thanksgiving here in America, my friends, but ALL of us could stand to be more thankful for the little things in life.Like turkeys giving birth to pilgrim hats:  And old Halloween flotsam:  For floating scarecrow heads:  Desperate store managers trying to get rid of old stock:... Read more »
  • Of Newspapers And Key Wangs
    Q: What did Sarah get when she ordered a newspaper cake like this for her Dad's birthday? (by Jo's Cakes) A: Something black and white and wrecked all over. (On the plus side, at least it wasn't for a big milestone birthday or anyth... oh.) I hear these guys are out standing... Read more »
  • I May Be The Only One Seeing A Dong Here, And I'm OK With That
    You know that old joke about the horse that goes into a bar, and the bartender asks, "Hey buddy, why the dong face?" I mean, I've heard of a stiff upper lip before, but this is ridiculous. I guess he's feeling a little... let down... over these other unicorn wrecks: [head... Read more »
  • Sunday Sweets Falls For Fall
    While I fully embrace early Christmas decorations, let's be real: it's still Fall, and I really, really, really love orange. [By Cherry Blossom Cakes in England][whispering] It's so beautifuuuul. Not to mention we don't get all the pretty leaves changing here in Florida - much less the cooler weather - so... Read more »

    Flight Journal

  • Craig Hutain, Gifted Warbird Pilot
    We at Flight Journal were saddened to hear the news about Craig Hutain, who lost his life in the Wings Over Dallas airshow crash. A pilot for “Tora, Tora, Tora!” air shows, Hutain was an icon in the WW II warbird community and had more than 34,000 flight hours in... Read more »
  • VideoA-10 Warthog in the Cockpit [VIDEO]
    Take a ride in an A-10 Warthog with an Air Force pilot taking a practice run. The post A-10 Warthog in the Cockpit [VIDEO] appeared first on Flight Journal.... Read more »
  • DeHavilland DH84 Dragon
    Many British and Commonwealth air routes were established by airlines using de Havilland’s 6-passenger seat, twin-engine biplane, the DH84 Dragon. The Dragon’s first flight (November 1932) pre-dated the better-known DH89 Dragon Rapide (or Dominie in military service) by two years, although both aircraft made their maiden flights at the DH... Read more »
  • Unusual Attitude Training at Stallion 51
    Unusual Attitude Training (UAT), a division of Stallion 51 Flight Operations at the Kissimmee Gateway Airport (KISM), has added a second Aero Vodochody L-39 Albatross jet to its fleet of upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) aircraft. “Throughout my many years of experience in the personal and corporate aviation worlds,... Read more »
  • New Book: “Of Good Courage”
    Of Good Courage is a riveting look into the extraordinary story of Merle D. Green and the airmen who flew the B-17, Green Hornets. Based on recently discovered documents, international research efforts, previously unknown eyewitness accounts and material obtained from an archive of family memories, keepsakes, and legend, this great,... Read more »
  • WW II Vet Takes to the Air in SBD Dive Bomber
    WW II veteran Dick Miralles slid into the gunner’s seat of the SBD Dauntless Dive Bomber almost as easily as he did 80 years ago in the South Pacific. Miralles, 98, was reliving his wartime experience in a restored SBD operated by CAF Airbase Georgia in Peachtree City. Miralles flew... Read more »
  • Budd Davisson to join the EAA Homebuilders Hall of Fame
    Budd Davisson of Phoenix, Arizona, contributing editor for Flight Journal and known worldwide for his extensive writings on homebuilt aircraft, aerobatic flight, and aviation safety, will be honored by the Experimental Aircraft Association on November 10 with his induction to the EAA Homebuilders Hall of Fame. Davisson is one of... Read more »


  • 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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    Awful Library Books

  • Diversity Collection Development
    Thanksgiving represents the start of the holiday season. I particularly like working post Thanksgiving due to the large number of college students that show up telling me that their family is driving them crazy. There is also a high probability of pumpkin pie in the break room. Thanksgiving also makes... Read more »
  • The “first” Thanksgiving
    This little book is really more of a mild tirade about communism and eroding of traditional American ideals. Thanksgiving, in particular. There was an old school history lesson about the pilgrims, settlement of Plymouth, settlement of Jamestown, and President Lincoln's proclamation of a "day of thanksgiving".  This recitation of questionable... Read more »
  • Video24/7 Power Looks
    Looking, Working, Living Terrific 24 Hours A Day Cho and Lueders 1982 This title sounds exhausting. At my age, I think showing up for work with my hair combed is an accomplishment worthy of my next performance review. (Holly take note!) This was published at the time the mantra of... Read more »
  • From the Beginning
    The Atlas of World History: From the Beginning to Alexander the Great McEvedy 1970 Submitter: Weeding my high school library, where the non fiction books average an age of 1986, I found this in the history section. I flipped through it and it seemed pretty decent for being published in... Read more »
  • Republican Cooking
    How to Eat Like a Republican: Or, Hold the Mayo, Muffy - I'm Feeling Miracle Whipped Tonight Townsend 2014 Submitter: This book was just weeded at my public library. It was weeded for low checkouts and there’s a reason why. It’s trying too hard to be funny and the recipes... Read more »
  • Handicapped Teens
    Helping the Handicapped Teenager Mature Ayrault 1971 When this book was published, handicapped students were invisible to mainstream students. Student that were different, were routinely shuffled into "special ed" regardless of ability or need. When I graduated college in 1982, mainstreaming students was a new concept. Before I graduated with... Read more »
  • Communicate with your teen
    Between Parent and Teenager Ginott 1969 Dr. Haim Ginott is considered to be an expert on parent child communications. Many of his theories are still in practice today. From a library perspective, this is an important book, particularly in libraries supporting research in parenting, child psychology, education, and other similar... Read more »

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