Hello, and welcome to the Backtalk Roundup for Tuesday September 16, 2014. We have some great post celebrating the 90s! (Sorry that this is a little hit and run I just got home from work.)
Scavenger got us started with a great Monday Roundup.
Madam Puddifoot (Ruusu) had an interesting and, as she notes, slightly controversial movie I hadn't heard of before. Check it out.
I'm a little teapot wonders why Australia gets to have nice things!!
Owl shared what could be one of the last sunrises in a united United Kingdom.
Borg shared some links with us despite Kinja's attempts at sabotage.
Snax shared a link from the most distinguished Maine newspaper about coffee.
C. Rhodes made me mad by asking about the best 90s cartoon and seeming to not have the right answer. But then BAM! the right answer was at the end. So, all is forgiven.
LaChategris shared a really great essay on Rhythm Nation, which was released in '89 but was really more of an influence on the 90s and, thus, counts.
Owl and Croutons spoke about Magician's Land. I didn't want to read too much because I just finished the first book. (Question: Will I ever not want Quentin to die a brutal death?)
Zhandi shared some 90s goodness.
Grandad starts us off on a journey in every 90s JPRG, ever.
Teapot deserves all the teapots (and teapot related paraphernalia) for her birthday.
Borg is soliciting no effort Halloween costumes.
Owl shares a great article on how you can advocate to save pedestrian lives. A foreign concept here in Boston.
East to Midwest shares Zoe Quinn speaking out on her recent time as the focal point of hatred on the internet.
Twizzler talked about her first exposure to Lauryn Hill, who could probably have her own week.
iElvis shared an insanely inept public relations e-mail.
Because she is evil, Cheerful dug deep into my darkest dreams and pulled out my greatest terror.
Break out your jean overalls and meet LaVieBohemeB (and Naya Rivera up there) on the runway!
Owl posted this insanely beautiful island hopping highway.