Here is this week’s list of comic strips, pleas, poems, paintings, and other tidbits from my favourite corners of the web.
Who Are the Undecided Voters? Too funny.
Good Riddance to October Rain via jdubqca. I thought this was a very appropriate and interesting way to say goodbye to the month of October. Wouldn’t you agree?
Discreet. An entire story unfolded in my mind when I looked at this painting. If you tell me how you imagined the next scene playing out, I’ll share my version with you as well.
Dabbling in Doubt: A Plea to My Church via SbethCaplin. I would have loved to find a church that allowed this kind of stuff back when I was a Christian. Would it have kept me in the faith? No idea, but it sure would have made my life easier as I wrestled with the big questions.
Neuroscience Says Listening to This Song Reduces Anxiety by Up to 65 Percent via vlb. Is anyone else interested in testing it out? It was quite soothing to me.
From Why Are Presidential Elections So Close?
I plotted the top two popular vote-getters in every U.S. presidential election since 1824, using data from The American Presidency Project. The top two contenders, typically a Democratic and a Republican, but occasionally a Whig, have danced closely around the 50-50 mark for nearly 100 years.
What have you been reading?