Friday, November 28, 2014

Oh, Interwebs

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Welcome to my periodic round-up of things I've found online that make me smile, cry, laugh, think, shout, or drop my jaw. 


Read this interview with Joey DeGrandis, a woman who has HSAM, Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory "a structural difference in their brain that allows them to swiftly and vividly recall their life’s events." It is both a gift and an affliction.

SAY, "AW!"

This almost makes me want a ferret.


Do you have a child who is extremely sensitive, not just to their own pain, but to the pain others are experiencing? I used to think it was malingering or Munchausen's, but what if some people actually do feel physical sensations when they empathize?
Revi's [sensitivity] uncovers a whole new layer of mind and matter and I suddenly feel like I get it with her. All of a sudden, the last three years of Revi's extreme stranger sensitivity, anxiety and clingyness makes sense.
Read about it on Girl's Gone Child.


Ghetto Hikes (@GhettoHikes). a.k.a. "Mr. Cody" hasn't actually tweeted since 2012, but his posts were absolute gems. This is how he describes his Twitter feed:
I'm 28. I have a full time job leading urban kids (of all races) on nature hikes. I simply write down shit they say. 
It's almost enough to make me want to apply for the job because the stuff they say . . . 


Some people are just really, really comfortable letting it all hang out on Facebook.

Read more TMI Facebook posts on Smosh.


YES! This! This is exactly what happened to me! Seriously, I was ready to KILL THE MACHINE!

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