7. Dilbert was good yesterday
6. Daily timewaster
5. Sigh – Karens are at it again
GET OUT OF THE WAY KAREN pic.twitter.com/QoBafB2xon
— Josh (@JoshManMode) May 22, 2020
4. Do you find something vaguely off about this?
3. Today’s quiz
Hard to argue with this. Now the real question here is, what’s the bottom rifle? pic.twitter.com/ISVttJjLus
— Tactical-reviews.com®️ (@Tactical_review) May 23, 2020
A judge in Virginia has ruled that a designated salvage company can open up the hull of the RMS Titanic to retrieve a valuable piece of equipment: an original Marconi radiotelegraph. And as it has for over a century, the wreck of the Titanic continues to inspire strong opinions and deep curiosity.
2. Amfortas points to a new phenomenon
This might stimulate some deep thought:
“There is a name for what these young Christians seek and find in traditional worship forms like Latin Masses, incense, and solemn Vespers. They find an authentic beauty that moves and elevates their souls, and turns them away from much modern ugliness. Western philosophical thought has called this beauty, the sublime.
Edmund Burke rightly calls the sublime, “the strongest emotion which the mind is capable of feeling.” It consists of transcendent things that inspire awe at their magnificence. It invites us to step beyond self-interest and gratification, and to look towards higher things – the common good, holiness, ultimately God – things that give meaning and purpose to life.”
1. Judge for yourself
The more I see of Dominic Cummings speaking to the press in a manner showing that he couldn’t care less about them, the more I like him.pic.twitter.com/xWPgi7Q2dE
— Chris Rose (@ArchRose90) May 23, 2020
[H/T Chuckles and haiku]