- Stuff In Town That I Won’t See, last week's big piece, based on a book about stuff in town that's quite old.
- Nothing To Do With Grand Strategy Games, Really which after last week's rush of business must be a refreshing change.
- Things It Is Acceptable To See Trending On Twitter, a Statistics Saturday post or your guidance.
- What Is Battle Creek, Michigan Named For? And I put in my best guess. Lock in your guess and we'll see who came closest!
- It Was An Ordinary Visit To The Vet’s and then you'll love what happened to our pet rabbit, and possibly put up with my caption of it and I'm sorry it's just a dozen jokey band names really but I like some of them.
- Oddball News Review: The Man Who Paints Cows to evaluate what turned up in the Reuters ``Oddly Enough'' feature.
- Go Ahead, Laugh, But … something funny was on this sign at Cedar Point.
- From The June 2016 Scraps File: Unused Text For You (maybe not you personally but someone at least as good as you).
Back to the fun and so-photogenic AnthrOhio Saturday events:
Aftermath of the Fursuit Parade. Train-engineer skunk that I suppose isn't Toledo or he'd have said something. Watermelon fruit bat. Couple of other folks. The usual gang.
Rainbow bunny who's noticed me taking photographs and, honestly, posed for a better picture than my candid was. This happens.
After the parade fursuiters were encouraged to line up for proper respectable portraits that I think went up on their web site, or were maybe supposed to. Here, bunny_hugger waits unsurely for her moment.
bunny_hugger reassuring the real photographer that she's satisfied with how the photograph came out, incidentally giving us a pretty good photograph as it is.
And bunny_hugger charms the merch table for the Ohio Rabbit Rescue Society folks. The indoor stand couldn't have any actual rabbits there; on the patio, where the parade aftermath photos were taken, they were already setting up with some more bunnies.
Trivia: The ancient Egyptians recognized three seasons to the year: innundation, fertility, and harvest. Source: Mapping Time: The Calendar and its History, EG Richards.
Currently Reading: Walt Kelly's Fairy Tales, Walt Kelly, Editor Clizia Gussoni I think?
PS: Theorem Thursday: Liouville's Approximation Theorem And How To Make Your Own Transcendental Number, a bit of mathematics that'll let you invent something neat.