The “Florida Memory” photos from the state archives and library seem to have #watermelons as a sub-plot that I haven’t yet figured out.
New York Times: Correction: August 20, 2014 An Op-Ed essay on Monday described bald eagles and ospreys incorrectly. They eat fish, and their poop is white; they do not eat berries and excrete purple feces. (Other birds, like American robins, Eurasian starlings and cedar waxwings, do.)
Microsoft calls this an infographic. Therefore, I assume that at Microsoft, the term “infographic” means “really bad looking PowerPoint slide.”
Oscar Winning Photobomb
Jimmy Stewart photobombs George C. Scott in the film, “Anatomy of a Murder” (Netflix timestamp 2:03.31)
The Tree That Would Not Be Broken
It was the last living thing rescued from the ruins of 9/11. A dozen years later, one mythical pear tree is finally home, and branching out from Ground Zero in mystical ways.
Except for the “pause my train” part, I know the feeling. - Rex
For the past few years, I’ve been wishing that I could pause my train during my daily commute to meander around outside. Finally, I’ve decided to get a bike and I can stop whenever I want.
John V. Oberholtzer, Pioneer King State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory: “The pioneer contest was held annually at the Florida Watermelon Festival in Leesburg, Florida. The photograph was taken when Oberholtzer was 89 years old.”
A future two-time best-actor Oscar winner demonstrates the hysterical laughter that follows a Murphy’s Law tsunami. (Tom Hanks in the movie Money Pit)