Geography, Vagrants, Hair-Removal, Name-Age Relationship, Detroit

#1 GEOGUESSR 

...a web-based geographic discovery game designed by Anton Wallén... The game utilizes random Google Street View locations and requires players to guess their location in the world using only the clues visible in Street View.
— The Wikipedia

#2 HARK! A VAGRANT

Check out Kate Beaton’s smart-ass strips skewering Wolverine, Wonder Woman and whoever else she deems worthy.

The smart, sharp Beaton casts a much wider cultural dragnet in her otherwise unassuming art, one which snatches up literary, historical and scientific icons without mercy. Even the notoriously warring brainiacs Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison aren’t spared her satirical scalpel.
— Wired

#3 DO NOT DRINK ANYTHING WHILE READING THIS

Where is the hair???

WHERE IS THE WAX???
— Anonymous

#4 HOW TO TELL SOMEONE'S AGE BY THEIR NAME

Girls’ names typically cycle in and out of fashion more quickly than boys’ names, which means that they have narrower interquartile ranges. For instance, almost half of living Lisas are now in their 40s, meaning that they were born at some point between 1964 and 1973.
— FiveThirtyEightLife

#5 DETROIT'S SHOCKINGLY RECENT DECLINE

One Detroit group describes the last six years of property deterioration as “A Hurricane Without Water.” I think it is an apt metaphor.
— alex[at]makeloveland.com