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- Animals: Don’t you love how a group of animals always has to have a special name? Laughter Thoughts introduces us to the troop – her own and an actual troop of monkeys.
- Human anatomy: Over at The Mutated World of Eclectic Disarray, we get to find out how much of the human body is made up of water. That’s an easy one, you say? Well, what about the human brain, then? This statistic makes you think twice (be careful of the puddles).
- Politics: Finally, someone is sharing what a Super Delegate is with the rest of us (and that someone is Clear Fog Blog).
- Junk food: Fracas is celebrating the birth of the Oreo cookie! I wonder what kind of cake an Oreo cookie eats on its own birthday?
- Sea food: If we eat oysters, what do oysters eat? Small oysters? Small people? Before I get a head of myself, Live Love Life has it all worked out.
- Sports: A teacher gets philosophical about sports, starting with the basics: Why are they important?
- Personal development: Interesting blog – Agile Personal Development – discussing the difference between skills and knowledge.
- Language: In case you couldn’t figure it out, and are ready for the truth, dvmp sorts it out from his latest blog entry: Where did the phrase “beat you like a redheaded stepchild” come from?
- Seasons: It feels like it’s spring already, but Scott reminds us that the first day of spring has not yet sprung.