Obama has declared the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional.
Can’t. Stop. Laughing.
The story of evolution told with fingers.
Helena Bonham Carter has a line of vintage-inspired undergarments called Pantaloonies! Sidenote: is the lady gorgeous or what?
Katie’s high school’s rival school cancels a student-staged play on the Columbine Massacre. Not cool, Lexington, not cool.*
A weirdly hypnotic page full of all the Judge Judy GIFs you could possibly need.
Tweets of Old is a compendium of snippets from 19th and early 20th century newspapers.
Via A.’s coworker, this parody video called Pictures for Christians is absolutely hilarious. There’s a cuss word or two in the middle, so don’t blare it at work if that’s an issue.
Dave Egger’s amazing story of creating a tutoring center that changed a community…and sold pirate supplies.
It’s a jacket! It’s a sleeping bag! It’s a tent! It’s… kind of ridiculous.
Millie is agog at these moving wooden sculptures (click on any of the pictures on the linked page to see them move). They’re so delicate and intricate!
Natsumi Hayashi is The Girl Who Loves to Levitate.
A song about the external anatomy of ants! Katie is aware that her love for this makes her an uber-nerd, but the song includes the parts of an ant’s hiney, so she doesn’t care.
Katie digs this 5-year old’s view on independence in relationships.
All Radiohead’s Thom Yorke wants you to do is put a ring on it.
Continuing with the PBS love, some classic Sesame Street clips.
*And this is not just because Katie is still bitter that Lexington beat her team in the 2000 National Ocean Science Bowl, even after Katie competed while wearing a giant foam rubber shark costume.