Saturday 6 October 2018

Ten of the Best #136

Well, good morning people. I've had a great week - you?

But the weekend is about to get even better - here are all the things on my social media feeds that interested, entertained and made me think this week. Hope you find something you like. If not, keep scrolling, If you do, don't forget to come back for more.

The pic of the week is the one above - we can't stop laughing.

Trevor's not that funny in this clip. But he does show us the amazing insight comedians have into human nature - in this case the dark side. Trump and victimhood. Spot on Trevor.

Trump mocks Christine Blasey Ford, and .... karma's a bitch.

Meanwhile, Melania, oh Melania...

We'll know by the end of the weekend, but this was my favourite article on why Kavanaugh shouldn't be confirmed.

If you're in SA like me and you're wondering where that wind chill factor came from?

"As Virginia Woolf famously said, 'I would venture to guess that Anon, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman.'" - from this post on how many other innovations by women were claimed by men.

And in related sentiment - why women stay out of the spotlight at work.

A sad little movie entitled Happiness.

A dog's life saved from a python by brave boys. 

A new insight into the marshmallow test. This makes sense.

Dear Bill Gates, from Ben Trovato.

We are so past ten, but who's counting? For those of you who want to read more, there was a great blog post by my friend, Natalie this week on Calling out for a Hero and Karen Landi's heartbreaking account of a hijacking.

Happy weekending everyone. Have fun.

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