If you can get over the lo-fi quality, the poor mixing, and the fact that this is Miley Cyrus covering a song written by Anne Bradon and made famous by Led Zeppelin, there’s actually a lot going on here. The singer/rapper/actress/sculptor shows a great dynamic range, powers through the high notes, and has a spot-on intuition for when to bring it back down. We would go on, but we think one soundcloud commenter summed it up pretty well:
I can’t stress enough, though, WHOLE MILK mozzarella is light years better than that part-skim crap. Even block part-skim that hasn’t been shredded and coated with anti-clumping agent can’t hold a candle to whole milk mozzarella in terms of melting and browning.
These adorably strange little creatures that looks like a pieces of coral that just woke up are Pygmy seahorses, a species of seahorse that was completely unknown to science until the 1970s. Found in Southeast Asia in the Coral Triangle area, they’re incredibly small - measuring only two centimeters long - which ranks them among the smallest seahorses on earth. So between their itty-bittiess and their amazing ability to blend in amongst the the sea grasses, soft corals and gorgonians that they inhabit, it’s a wonder they were discovered at all.
Whenever people point to Mary Shelley and say “a woman invented sci-fi you know” I just think “well, I mean, technically a woman invented the whole concept of authoring books as far as we can tell but hey who’s keeping track”
Most of us spend more time thinking about our left earlobe than how we’re laying out a document on Microsoft Word. Professional printers, however, would like you to know that the process of committing those words to paper goes far beyond pressing a button.