Irregular Roundup #9

This is gonna be fast and furious because I am tired of all the crap awesomeness in my Firefox tabs.

The LCHS Band/Colorguard website a’la Spring 2000. Haha, check out the old school.

Hahaha this is awesome: TranslationParty. Pretty self-explanatory, and pretty addicting.

A course on sex-trafficking with only one hurdle.

As if I needed more bad news: graduating during the recession has long-lasting negative consequences.

Electron Band Structure in Germanium, My Ass. That is all.

Japanese lessons in English from NHK World, one of Japan’s leading broadcasting stations. Also, how to get a Japanese scholarship, 8 ways to win unlimited Japanese lessons, and Is learning Japanese not popular anymore? Also, the Tokyo Filter.

I want an Underground-Sign. *pout* “20th Avenue” would be awesome, thanks.

Gearing up for NaNo (cough*yeahright*cough) part 1: How to write a novel in 30 days.

Novel-Ts… I think I want the Poe one with the heart on it.. because I’m morbid like that.

Singing horses from the guy behind Owl City. He just found it somewhere, I think, but it’s still cute. Click to make them sing; click again to make them stop.

Project Implicit will let you know how racist you really are (among other things). We’ll see. I may give this subject its own post after I take some of the tests there.

Going abroad for me has always meant Japan, Germany, or Great Britain. Unfortunately, I don’t know enough non-English to really get around, and I’ve heard Australia’s beautiful, so I may put it on my list.

R.A. Heinlein’s This I Believe essay for the radio series of the same name from the ’50s hosted by Edward R. Murrow.

A fellow MA/MFA student from Wilkes wrote this short piece about the small things and I love it.

In ‘N Out’s secret menu and the Bible verses on their containers.

Main page for the National Writers Union.

California motorcycle safety program… for people who want to earn a motorcycle license in Cali. If I move again soon, I’ll have to figure out the requirements for where ever that is.

—Jedem das Seine

Viannah E. Duncan

Viannah E. Duncan is a writer and activist hailing originally from Los Angeles. She lives outside of Baltimore, Maryland, and holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Wilkes University. She has a cat, Cleo.

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