Friday Links!Late but determined, welcome to the post-Blogger crash version of Friday Links!
Well, this speaks for itself: Lenny Dykstra, in his own words.
From Erik Highter, the story of Lattimore Brown, the man described as "perhaps the most unfortunate artist in the annals of soul music".
From David Gloier, and this is stunning, it's the Capuchin catacombs of Palermo. These photographs are haunting and riveting, I promise. More, and this is also terrific, it's The Old Man of the Lake. One more, and it's The Loneliest Plant In the World.
From Kevin W, an interview with R2D2 maker Chris James.
From Jeremy Fischer, and this is a terrific video: Roll a D6.
From Jesse Scoble (@jscoble), it's Scottish Homes Powered By Whisky.
From Sirius, and these could certainly ruin a picnic, it's Hummingbird-Sized Ants Once Roamed Wyoming.
From PC, and this is fascinating and bizarre at the same time: Euthanasia Coaster.
From Scott Z., and this is entirely disgusting (and funny as well), it's 10 Naughtiest Vegetables on Earth.
From Dib O (and in French), it's gamers and their avatars.
From Steven Davis, it's Sci-Fi Ikea Manuals.