Friday Links! (basketball, earthquakes, and a Cher-off)

It’s the last Friday of February. Here’s a collection of news and other things that struck me as worthy of being shared:

How does a small and unglamorous Seattle neighborhood send more players to the NBA than three New York City boroughs (combined!)? By being different.

A $10.10 Federal Minimum Wage Would Raise Walmart Prices by Only a Penny per $16 Item.

WATCH: Bradley Cooper Is Basically The Most Badass Raccoon For ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’.

Lively, LaBarbera Launch New International Hate Group.

If the Christian Right really wants to get work up about sexual controversy, they should read these 5 Bible stories. “…I think a settled gay marriage is rather healthier than imprisoning 300 people in your house to have sex with at your whim.”

Bill Watterson Talks: For new documentary, cartoonist offers his first public cartoon since ending ‘Calvin and Hobbes’.

What Is Pluto? A New Video from New Horizons.

Whatsapp is everything wrong with the U.S. economy. His thesis is actually that business models that leverage public and other assets without contributing to the support of those assets, which makes more sense.

Can Moons Have Moons?.

In the eye of a chicken, a new state of matter comes into view.

Science Journalism vs. Sports Journalism.

Stream of stars in Andromeda satellite galaxy shows cosmic collision

The incredible earthquake detector invented nearly 2,000 years ago.

Is Information Physical? What Does That Mean?.

Gay Denialism Is the New Homophobia—and It’s Terrifying.

An Army Of Chers Promote The 2014 Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras.

Say Something – Pentatonix (A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera Cover):

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I’ve always been a fan of the Godzilla movies. I hope this one is good:

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A fun video, that reminds me of stories written by my friend, Edd (thanks to Zorkfox for the tip):

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This song is just uplifting and fun to dance to:

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