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Snake You Very Much: It’s BPAL’s Weekly Link Roundup!

2016 November 11
by black phoenix

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Welcome to our weekly roundup of cherished news bits! This week’s batch:

☠ Support this Kickstarter: pirate singing group Pirates For Sail is working on their next full-length album, Crabby Road.

☠ We are all this baby iguana trying to flee an army of snakes in the new Planet Earth series.

☠ A 350 year-old Scottish book containing the names and confessions of people accused of witchcraft has been scanned and published online.

Listen to Patti Smith read the words of Oscar Wilde at an event hosted by the prison where he was incarcerated in 1895.

☠ Today’s prison inmates are relying on Dungeons and Dragons as a creative, collaborative way of passing the time.

The wait is finally over for those who ordered the Babadook pop-up book!

☠ Astrid Lindgren’s daughter reveals the secrets of Pippi Longstocking’s origin as a figure in her bedtime stories.

☠ Clickhole poking fun: “6 Things That Happen In Every Jane Austen Story Ever.”

☠ What the world needs now is Nina Simone singing lyrics by Langston Hughes:

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