Linky Friday: Don’t Call it a Comeback…
For the uninitiated, Linky Friday was long a tradition here at Ordinary Times. The way it works is, read and share the links, and when you want to comment on a specific one, just start you comment with the corresponding bracketed number so folks know which one you want to discuss.
So don’t call it a comeback, Linky Friday’s been here for years…
[CB1] Amid Texas child flu deaths, strain of virus making deadly comeback
[CB2] Ancient Art of Falconry in Malta is Making a Comeback
[CB3] Your play: Board games are making a comeback
[CB4] Heard Up North: Mahjong makes a comeback in Potsdam
[CB5] Remember Big Boy? I remember Big Boy. New Big Boy ownership moves forward on comeback, but not without some bumps
[CB6] This F’n guy…Could Missouri’s Eric Greitens Make a Political Comeback?
[CB7] “Egregious” seems a tad harsh…Square-Toed Shoes: The Egregious ’90s Style Returns
[CB8] In case you’ve been under a rock the last few days, trouble a-brewing across the pond: Prince Harry Returns to Royal Duties After Summit on Future Role
[CB9] What’s the most Wisconsin thing you can think off? FlannelFest, featuring 50 home-brewed beer samples, returns to Janesville in February
[CB10] No return for you: Judge puts Democrats’ suit for Trump’s tax returns on hold
[CB11] Viral fame is fleeting, or sleeps with the fishes, or something: The ‘”Fish Guy,” who became a celebrity almost overnight last year after a photo of him carrying a huge catfish went viral, is back in Scott County Jail.
[CB12] Is the third time the charm for a highly controversial California housing proposal?: SB 50 is resurrected with changes; supporters praise amendments, foes critical
[CB13] Eastern Airlines Is Back (Again) With a New Strategy and Rebrand
[CB14] Not returning, or coming back, just yet: New Boeing 737 Max Setbacks Could Further Delay Its Return
[CB15] From The Atlantic -- Every Place Is the Same Now: With a phone, anywhere else is always just a tap away.
[CB16] Meanwhile in the UK: The DUP and Sinn Féin, gripped by the fear of new assembly elections, agreed a compromise. But there are no guarantees, and Brexit looms
[CB17] Not sure they ever left…The browser wars are back, but it’s different this time
[CB18] I doubt this one, but hope I’m wrong: Here’s why a sluggish manufacturing sector may bounce back soon
[CB19] There’s a catch, though: Sweethearts, the conversation heart candy, is back on shelves for Valentine’s Day after missing a year because of a change in its ownership.
[CB20] Wikipedia is back online in Turkey after two-year ban is overturned