The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: March 22, 2012

Traffic on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C., was halted earlier this week as a family of ducks traveled across the busy street. Take a break and smile a little at this cute video. [Huffington Post]

You may have seen some of the movie theme alphabets that have been circling the internet as of late. Today an additional map has joined the count, the Dr. Suess alphabet. [Illuminations and Other Stuff]

The International Pizza Expo happened last week in Las Vegas as part of the World Pizza Games. Pizza aficionados came from all over to see who could fold pizza boxes the fastest, stretch dough the longest, and show off their moves spinning dough. Check out some of the video highlights here. [Las Vegas Sun]

Mad Men the Interactive Game is a retro-style video game adaptation of the popular show. Take the adventure in 8-bit form. [The Fine Brothers]

The Tutu Project began as a joke… but now, several years later, Bob Carey has grown quite fond of photographing himself in public places dressed as a ballerina. [The Tutu Project]

We’ve seen instructional videos on how to make many things from origami to breakfast burritos. But how many de-structional videos have you seen? Take a look at this clip of an origami rhino unfolding. [Neatorama]

This Daily Show exclusive compiles some of their best footage in which they wonder what in the world CNN is thinking. [Daily Show]

+ Warning: may contain coarse language

Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners.

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