[AD] Women's Tapatio socks
Whether or not you will want these socks will all depend on how you feel about Tapatio hot sauce. My daughter absolutely loves the stuff, so I made sure I bought her a pair.
Mother of All Breaches Exposes 773 Million Emails, 21 Million Passwords
Your e-mail and at least one of your passwords is probably in this list. Go change them now!
DNA story of when life first gave us lemons
All citrus fruits can trace their roots to the southeast foothills of the Himalayas, according to DNA evidence. The analysis shows that today’s citrus fruits are the result of millions of years of evolution, followed by thousands of years of human plant breeding. Enjoy your GMOs.
[Video] Lars Andersen: a new level of archery
Awesome display of archery skills in this video, and very educational. It really puts history in a different light when you realize that the Native Americans probably had similar skills, compared to the single shot muskets of the early colonists.
Welcome to Oneida, The 1800s Free-Love Hippie Commune Nobody Knows About
Are you familiar with the Oneida brand of silverware? Here’s where it got its start, as a means of generating funds to support a cult. If the Victorian era is remembered as a period of prudish morality, buttoned-up collars, and restrictive corsets, then the Oneida Community was an insane, off-the-wall anomaly. Thanks to its embrace of free love, radical views toward women, and ideas about industry and biology, the Oneida Commune both defied and embodied some of the defining elements of Victorianism. For these and many, many other reasons, the Oneida utopian community is as fascinating as it was unbelievable.