The World Wide Web is a huge and mysterious place. Addictive, yes, but still filled with lots of people writing (and doing) outrageous stuff. From the furthermost, unexplored, nether regions of the Web I bring you another links round-up that I’m sure will make you wonder, chuckle, or scratch your head in disbelief. Here’s the list:
One of the major news items this week is Country music. “A legend of country music, Texas musician George Jones has passed away at the age of 81. The singer, dubbed by Frank Sinatra as “the second greatest singer in America”, was hospitalised last weekwith fever and irregular blood pressure, before his death was confirmed today (26 April) … ” said www.thelineofbestfit.com.
A good deal has been said about Steve Buscemi too and you may want to dive in to find exactly what happened and why everybody was discussing it.
– “The webcast, which is being directed by Steve Buscemi, starts at 9 PM EDT” said www.brooklynvegan.com.
Now Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn is just everywhere at the moment, and we are pretty sure you want to know the details. Jesus is ‘The Original Hipster’ says Brooklyn Catholic Diocese – “In addition to making artisanal pickles, rocking out to vinyl records and riding their precious fixie bikes, hipsters could make going to Catholic mass their new signature hobby” – said www.brooklynvegan.com
Make sure you check in soon for more info. If you didn’t see it here, it probably never happened!