January 15, 2014
Oh hi, followers.

Apparently this here tumblr got cited in Business Insider (my mom is going to be SO PROUD). We haven’t really done much with the blog because certain people got pretty pissed about it and I figured it wasn’t worth getting chewed out over. If people want to use this and send things in, that’s cool. If you don’t, hey that’s neat too. I’ll put things up if they are submitted. 

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October 5, 2013

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Browser tabs open after writing a piece on the newest sensation in erotica: sex with dinosaurs

1. Amazon search results for "dinosaur erotica" 
2. How did dinosaurs have sex? by Brian Switek on Scientific American
3. Genital structures and sex identification in crocodiles by Thomas Ziegler and Sven Olbort
4. The erection mechanism of the ratite penis by P. L. R. Brennan and R. O. Prum in the Journal of Zoology
5. The erection of the ostrich by Scicurious
6. Developmental basis of phallus reduction during bird evolution by Ana M. Herrera, et al., in Current Biology
7. Terrifying sex organs of male turtles by Darren Naish on Scientific American
8. Perverted Stories 34 — a porno from Excalibur Films that features pterosaur sex
9. What’s in a name? by David Manly, which touches on how the word “pterodactyl” fell out of favor
10. A reappraisal of azhdarchid pterosaur functional morphology and paleoecology by Mark P. Witton and Darren Naish on PLoS One

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October 3, 2013
-Browser tabs open after writing a piece on Rosemary’s Baby.1. Gmail2. Roman Polanski: The Cinema of a Cultural Traveller on Google Books3. Google search page for “rape in film.” (Not a good idea in hindsight…)4. Wikipedia page for “Surrealist cinema.”5. Thesaurus.com6. Wikipedia page for list of assassinations (I wanted to know what year John Lennon was assasinated.)7. Church of Satan’s FAQ page (How helpful!)

-Browser tabs open after writing a piece on Rosemary’s Baby.

1. Gmail
2. Roman Polanski: The Cinema of a Cultural Traveller on Google Books
3. Google search page for “rape in film.” (Not a good idea in hindsight…)
4. Wikipedia page for “Surrealist cinema.”
5. Thesaurus.com
6. Wikipedia page for list of assassinations (I wanted to know what year John Lennon was assasinated.)
7. Church of Satan’s FAQ page (How helpful!)