The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: July 13, 2012

Since summer time means outdoor concerts, picnics in the park, and other entertainment that takes you out of the house, let Carrie and Fred show you how to prepare yourself for an outdoor movie, in this clip from Portlandia.

Scrapes and scratches and no match for the Abraham Lincoln band aide, “healing your wounds as he healed a nation,” the slogan goes. [Laughing Squid]

Take a look at Barack Obama, Kanye West, and several other famous people wearing Bill Cosby sweaters. [BuzzFeed]

Several classic works of art recreated out of torn magazine pages. [Art Chipel]

The Washington Post shows how our mortality rate has dropped over the years, but the causes have changed quite drastically. [The Washington Post]

Fred Armisen talks with David Letterman about how he impersonates President Obama. [Huffington Post]

Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners.

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