Link round-up for 26 March 2017
Here's how a Trumpanzee takes a selfie.
Smile, dammit, we haven't got all day.
We look outward from our little world, wondering what lies beyond.
Artist Celeste Maia creates books -- very unusual ones.
"When a grid's misaligned, with another behind....."
One starting point, many doodles.
When you make up names in a language you don't know, this is what happens.
Sometimes technology isn't user-friendly.
There's now a Trump sandwich.
Do people really do this kind of shit?
Foreigners find US geography a tad confusing (actually I'd put Texas in the "west").
The future depends on libraries and imagination.
How long would it take?
Gods don't kill people.
Congress has its own little-known tunnel system (found via Mendip).
A Christian remembers growing up in a culture of hypocrisy. Katy Perry freed herself from the nonsense (found via Republic of Gilead). But time spent in church can be useful.
The fight against the Dakota Access pipeline isn't over.
And it's not even a real explanation.
Cartoonists look at the Flint water crisis.
Christian music festivals aren't what they used to be, but they left us Pence as a memento (found via Republic of Gilead).
Have we made America great again yet? Neil deGrasse Tyson has a better idea (found via Fair and Unbalanced). But I think it's too late for this guy. And this guy. And this guy.
It doesn't make sense. Nor does this. But hey, it's God's will (found via Republic of Gilead).
Beauty and the Beast prompts some reflections on love as a means to an end. Oh, and how's that boycott going?
Nonnie9999 joins the ranks of Trumputin shippers.
Hackwhackers is unimpressed with Republican hypocrisy on leaks.
Joanne Dixon looks at a terrorist Trump will ignore.
I am not fallen.
Take a rational look at anti-vaxxer scare propaganda.
They can't even have crayons (found via Politics Plus).
Anti-abortion is anti-life.
The enemy is a bit worried about Gorsuch.
The Portland city council cracks down on assholes who disrupt its meetings. Now, please show the same respect for ordinary people by cracking down on assholes who block traffic while "protesting".
Compare and contrast -- Trump vs. Kaepernick, Trump vs. Merkel. But Palin sneers at Kaepernick, because of course she does.
"Modesty" is an obscenity. And Ingersoll was right.
London Muslims raise money for victims of Wednesday's terrorist attack.
All Spanish royalty must, when their time comes, pass through the Rotting Room (found via TYWKIWDBI).
Crazy Eddie observes Persian New Year.
Want to save your job? Become the boss (found via Mendip).
The "ugly American" is alive and well.
If Trump starts a war, Koreans and Japanese may pay the price.
Can the Pope be "impeached"? We may soon find out.
Working in India can be a bit dangerous if you don't bribe the right people.
Pakistan wants to silence "blasphemers" world-wide.
It's not easy spreading the atheist message in the Philippines.
The shift away from coal is huge and unstoppable (found via TYWKIWDBI).
The ACA repeal failure is impressive in its own way. Hackwhackers has a Twitter round-up, DU a cartoon round-up; Progressive Eruptions waxes poetic. Then there's this gif. Hillary celebrates, while Ryan emerges badly damaged. The enemy begins to devour their own. They even bungled post-repeal ads. How could it have gone so wrong?
Maybe Trump can pay for the wall by cutting back on other stuff.
The regime is becoming consumed with paranoia.
Cherokees are troubled by Trump's admiration for Andrew Jackson (found via Republic of Gilead).
[65 days down, 1,396 days to go until the inauguration of a real President!]