Wednesday Wanderings: New Dinosaurs with Odd Horns, DC-3 Wreck in Iceland, Bloody Mary, and Evil Packaging

Two newly discovered triceratops relative had some weird horns:

Horned Dinosaurs

There is a wreck of a US Navy DC-3 in Iceland that has become a kind of pilgrimage site. Here’s one person’s story and pictures of the eerily beautiful wreckage:

DC-3 Wreck

Do you like a Bloody Mary with your  Sunday brunch? I do, certainly. But, like many things of this nature, where it began and where the name came from are a little muddled:

Bloody Mary

Do you get frustrated by some forms of packaging? Stuff that is nearly impossible to get open, or doesn’t leave you any good way of resealing the extra product? Yeah, so does this guy. Here are five of his least favorite packages (Warning: Language):

Packaging Fails

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