Wednesday Wanderings: Thor Trailer, Gaelic Cover of “Africa”, Don’t Do These Things in Emails, and New Guinea Wild Dog Found

The first trailer for the new Thor: Ragnarok movie is out. It looks like it’s going to be another good MCU film. “We’re friends from work!” *snerk*:

Thor: Ragnarok Trailer

Here are the incredible students of Colaiste Lurgen with another amazing Gaelic language cover, this time of the Toto hit “Africa.” If the beautiful harmonies and voices aren’t enough, that opening rainstorm is enough to make this a must see:

Gaelic “Africa”

Here’s some good advice for what not to do if you use email, for business or personal use. These are the things that annoy just about everybody!:

If You Do This In Email, I Hate You

The oldest and rarest wild dog has been confirmed to still live in New Guinea:

New Guinea Highland Wild Dog

(Image from sciencealert.com)

And just a note- there will be no Friday Review this week nor a Monday Musings next. We are going on vacation for a few days, so I will not be posting while we are gone. Not to worry- I’ll be back later in the week!! Enjoy your week. Let’s hope the lovely weather holds up!

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