The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: July 27, 2012

Start your Olympic weekend with a humorous video “Men throwing Rocks with the Other Hand.” If the awkwardness of these throwers doesn’t bring a smile, perhaps the slow-motion frames and French music will help. [The High Definite]

If you’ve got the extra bandwidth this weekend while you're live-streaming the Olympics, head over to NPR to catch some of the best folk artists at this year’s Newport Folk Festival. [NPR Music]  

The insight of Ralph Wiggum, or Ralphisms, demonstrate the adorable wisdom from the little annoying son of Springfield’s Chief Wiggum. [Laughing Squid]   

Evidence that Arrested Development is actually happening: Ron Howard tweets photos of the script. [Splitsider]

Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis, and Jon Hamm talk with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show. In other words, a modern take on Awesome People Hanging Out Together. [watch at The Daily Show]

There's only one question to ask when you can't have summer seed spitting contests, Where have all the watermelon seeds gone? [NPR]


Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners.

 

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