The Daily What (TDW) Geek shared an io9 article showing "The First Ever Cosplay Photos, From the 1890s -- Next time you gear up for a photoshoot in your sexy gender-swapped cosplay, just remember it's all been done before. As long as there have been costumes,. there have been sexy variants of characters and uniforms. Back in the 1890s, burlesque dancers were dressing up as fairies, magical creatures, and gender-swapped versions of pirates, crusaders and gentlemen adventurers..."
BuzzFeed shares "If Famous United States (U.S.) Presidents Were Replaced With Cats -- These are the cats they would be.
[H]ard|OCP shares American Pyrotechnics Association (APA)'s directory of state laws. It has an United States (U.S.) map that shows which states allow and does not allow fireworks, the fireworks laws are in each specific state, etc.
Neatorama show "The Weirdest Tax Deductions Ever Submitted -- While you might have made some seemingly str
The Daily What (TDW) Geeks share a Mental Floss/mental_floss blog showing "The Most Amusing Images from the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) Strike -- On January 18th, websites across the internet went on strike to protest the SOPA and the related Protect IP Act (PIPA). Some sites were completely blocked; others added censorship graphics to their banners, and some posted about the strike. The point was to make all internet users aware of the bills before Congress and to encourage reader participation. A few sites went above and beyond the call of duty and made the strike itself entertaining.