Tea With Chris: Extended Shelf Life

Tea With Chris is a roundup of recommended links, posted every Friday. Here are a few of our favourite things from the Internet this week:

Chris: There’s a kind of cosmic logic to someone named Dr. Chevalier Jackson bequeathing a 2000-piece collection of “Foreign Bodies Removed from the Food and Air Passages.”

I haven’t linked to a great K-pop music video for two whole months, and everything but the bridge in this one definitely qualifies, so here you go:

At the Cold War’s height, the very jowly Canadian prime minister John Diefenbaker authorized a series of nuclear bunkers, meant to house the last remnants of government after ballistic missiles started flying. Someone on Tumblr recently linked to a set of contemporary photos taken inside one of the preserved facilities:

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