B&P Link Dump

Jodi Doering – ER Nurse (Covid)

Fast food hamburgers ranked

Fat Mouse Can’t Get Out

Why chainsaws were invented

How Did the Squirrel Cross the Road?

Jacques Pépin Cooking Videos (FB)

Top 200 most common

Base Jumpers Lands In Rooftop Pool Party

The 30 Best Comedy Movies of All Time

Navigate throughout a Van Gogh painting

Hallmark Christmas Movies Drinking Game

Popular fast food breakfast sandwiches ranked

Nine of the weirdest penises in the animal kingdom

The First-Timer’s Guide to Thanksgiving Dinner

The UK says it will end the sale of new gas cars by 2030

After 30 years, PepsiCo redesigned the two-liter bottle

Suspect tries to elude cops with underwater Seascooter

Dad writes 270 lunchbox notes to daughter for each day he’s deployed


3 thoughts on “B&P Link Dump”

  1. Lol.
    In the U.K. we had a lot of gas cars during the second world war.
    Petrol was going to the war effort, so if you wanted to drive your car you had to alter the timing of the motor and have a large bladder on your roof, filled with coal gas.
    It gladdens me to hear that they are finally going to get rid of them.
    Maybe then they’ll look towards getting rid of petrol and diesel cars as well.

  2. The cultists that die believing that COVID is a hoax, goes to show how uneducated so much of the population is that they fall for the lies of a con man who literally doesn’t care about them. They’re the same people who said that reports on the virus will magically disappear the day after the election. Yet, here we are, topping a quarter million and heading for 3000 a day based on the flawed idea of herd immunity (that never worked without a vaccine).

    As has been said before, it’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. And when you’ve been brainwashed by a propaganda media outlet, that becomes more true by the day.

  3. re: top 200 passwords: most of that list looks like pretty obvious weak passwords but at least to most of us ‘muricans- #147 (x4ivygA51F) looks like a very surprising entry on the list – mixed case, numbers and letters, nothing that looks obvious other than the fact that it seems to be a surprisingly common string despite looking pretty random…

    Turns out that “x4ivygA51F” is the unicode equivalent of the word “password” in Cantonese


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