The Friday Shirk Report – Volume 115


Welcome to the Friday Shirk Report where you will find the 20 funniest images, 10 most interesting articles, and 5 most viral videos from the previous week of sifting. Enjoy!

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Stay sifty my friends 🙂

The Wet Willy has just been bested.
What do you do when you need to iron something and you don’t have one?
Television sorcery
Your Bass Speakers are Amazing!
Who wants to try this out this weekend?
This newspaper headline
The greatest crossword puzzle of ALL TIME
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, circa a long time ago
Straight out of the laundry machine and directly to the Internet
One man’s night at the symphony
Google Earth reminds us just how big the Pacific ocean really is
The Birth of a Chicken (*WARNING* Some may consider this NSFL work) (**WARNING x 2** This may turn you off of eggs for a while) (You’ve been warned)
This sign evolution is borderline incredible
I want to drink with this man
Just another day in the hood
Save this image somewhere it may come in handy one day
Power moves
Look at what this dude caught when he went fishing!
Seems sincere

World War II: Before the War. Part 1 of a 20-part epic weekly photo journal by The Atlantic
7 Mind-Blowing Easter Eggs Hidden in Famous Works of Art
10 Pictures that Shocked the World
13 Places Google Doesn’t Want You To See (thx for sharing Lalonde!)
Would You Rather Be Revolutionary or Evolutionary? (thx for sharing Tamara!)
Has anyone seen $18 billion in Iraqi money?
– Two amazing and constantly updated Google spreadsheets that catalogue every single TED talk. This one ranks all of them by various criteria ||| This one provides a short summary of every talk along with the URL and duration
Today I learned that Richard Leonard “The Iceman” Kuklinski was f*cking crazy
10 differences between the North and South poles
Lytro: The $50M Tech That May Change Photography Forever


thx Chops!


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