Sunday, February 18, 2018

Lockhart's Top LaFonds Volume 12

Weekend links, special for you!

Check out another great episode of Myth 20, with James as a special contributor, discussing the Rodney King Riots in Los Angeles.

Thinking about attending Johns Hopkins University?  James has what you need to know.

The grocery store epic continues with a noontide gun battle in the parking lot.

John Saxon should be grateful for Christianity.  It provides him a safe target for his freshman philosophy lectures, and it's adherents rebut him so nicely.

I am not really sure what James is talking about here, but I am not sorry I did image searches for Steven Adams and Chris Davis.

The Ghetto Grocer has retired, but the Violence Guy's toil never ends, James brings us the Mugging of Luther.

James reveals the reason for the way murder victims are often attired.

The slow revelation of the truth about slavery in Colonial America continues.

Teutonic Fist and James explore family roles and generational differences.

Lukas draws a parallel from a fight video to Russian history and culture.

James converses with a couple of dead white writers on the state of Baltimore.

Teutonic fist is probably right, but it does make me sad.

James tells us about some important videos of the oral history of the Vietnam War.

Since my weekend links are late, this fight is already over, but maybe you can still find it.

James gives his version of The Talk, advice for a man and his sons venturing through North Dindustan.

Bart writes of his experience visiting Robert E. Howard's home in West Texas.

James reviews and links a documentary about boxer Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini.

William Rapier discusses the obviously political blackwashing of Cheddar Man.

The Checkered Demon shares distaff thoughts.

Speaking of which, sexism, harassment, wage gap, hostile workplace!!!  I am calling HR.

How to ruin your marriage in Harm City for the low, low price of $500.

1 comment:

  1. Lynn, this was a very entertaining read.
    Chris Davis is my sister's favorite athlete--though she cares little for baseball...
    And thanks for those buttons on the sidebar!