Links: Mark Hamill, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, & More

It’s Wednesday! Did you know that? Wild, I know.

This week feels a little off. I did see Black Widow last night and I’m about to dive into the great discussion we had on it. I didn’t read it yet because of spoilers.

Hope you all had a great weekend, with another fantastic one in store for you in a few days!

Yes, I won’t stop talking about Ted Lasso. The new season starts on Friday and I’m such a fan. What makes it even better is reading about the real life friendship between Juno Temple (Keeley) and Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham). This profile may be behind a paywall, but there are a few out there since they’re most likely doing publicity. Super sweet!

Twitter may be a cesspool sometime, but there are also genuinely cool moments where I learn things, like why fossils found in Appalachia look so different from what we normally expect.

Have you ever wondered why we don’t find fossils in the Appalachian mountains?
The truth is, we do, they’re just not the kind of fossils you might think of—there are no mammals, no dinosaurs, no reptiles. There’s something else entirely. 🧵

— Alex (he/him) is fighting for trans kids ⚧🏳️‍⚧️ (@AlexPetrovnia) July 15, 2021

Speaking of niche history and interests! Sun-dried tomatoes had a big moment a few years back and now the fad seems to have disappeared. Want to know why?

Lastly, let’s envision some of Mark Hamill’s classic fashions as moths! Hamill himself retweeted the thread and loved it.

Mark Hamill as moths.

A thread.

— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) July 15, 2021

Don’t forget to share what cool or interesting things you’ve seen, read, or listened to this week! And if you have anything you think we’d like to post on a future Wednesday Links, send it my way!

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