This week in the Wednesday Walk: wedding activities, medieval France, the history of scroll bars, kosher cryptids, the death of files, spoiled food from Amazon, the worst therapist, an ancient intersex tree, more digital phrenology, and the departure of a dear old bridge.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: The Ikea Tarot, feral children, The Disney Vault, microphotography, fast food meme-masters, calming television, LuLaRoe, a payphone that runs Linux, archival audio you can listen to right now, the invention of popular music in the US, PlayStation Vue, and the greatest musical accompaniment in the history of motion picture arts and/or sciences.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: a dozen takes on Transformers, the Cosmic Crisp apple, diamonds, a perfect circle, Skeletor, Pierre Delecto, a nun’s version of The Last Supper, the end of 8-inch floppies, the town that’s outlawing Halloween, and what it’s like to track the worst people on the internet.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: The winner of Fat Bear Week, the X-Men TAS theme, Simone Biles, a rotting Leonardo, prehistoric baby bottles, the hardest-working harpist in Hollywood, the most famous wicker chair, J.D. Salinger’s Spider-Man, men who somehow keep getting high-profile jobs, how to make church a little more fun, a bungee-jumping bagpiper, and the soothing sounds of a 486.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: Fat Bear Week, teal pumpkins, the new sexy Ronald McDonald, pig tools, Mapquest, ants on a log, the continuing legacy of the Spanish Inquisition, Adam West at an orgy, the most quittable job, crimes against humanity, eggs delivered to your house, and a solar eclipse on Jupiter.
For anyone near my age range…there is a show that came out in 1993 that really affected and touched many…
This week in the Wednesday Walk: exploding bull semen, Ellis Island, robot priests, Michael Vick’s dogs, posters for movies that weren’t made, a fine dining experience, your next television, Rick and Morty, Sam Darnold’s maladies, and homopolar motors.