Saturday, July 4, 2020

Weekend plans


Work by Budapest-based Marietta Varga.

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Artworks by Lexicon Love


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Summer is here

Anne Franski


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Friday, July 3, 2020

Unamused

Georges Carrel

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Pine nuts


[new lyrics for old songs]

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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Jokes About The Pandemic To Make You Laugh Or Cry




Bored Panda’s compilation of corona jokes.

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Invisible Germs

“So what? Germs are also invisible.”
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Make America Canada Again by Tim Long

Until 1776, America and Canada were practically the same. Then America went its own way and chose revolution, independence, and self-reliance. But Canada kept on its path—a path that has proved nicer, quieter, weirder, and, frankly, better.


But now it’s time to reverse America’s tragic mistake, and MAKE AMERICA CANADA AGAIN. Why, you may ask?
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Trump May Not Have Read Brief Because He Holds Reading Material Upside Down

Donald J. Trump may not have read a Presidential Daily Brief on the Russian bounty scheme because he holds reading material upside down, experts suggested on Wednesday.
 After studying photographic evidence of Trump holding a book in that difficult-to-read position, Davis Logsdon, who studies literacy at the University of Minnesota, said that such a practice could have impeded the President’s ability to process information on his desk.
 “If Trump is holding all of his Presidential Daily Briefs upside down, what is intended to be important intelligence requiring his urgent attention might, to him, appear to be little more than meaningless marks on a piece of paper,” Logsdon said.
Within minutes of the release of Logsdon’s comments, the White House scrambled to institute new procedures to insure that Trump’s Presidential Daily Briefs are placed right-side up on his Oval Office desk. Reportedly, Jared Kushner will be tasked with entering Trump’s office first thing every morning and rotating all of the papers on his desk until they are in the optimal position for reading. Some White House sources, however, expressed skepticism about the new protocol.
 “It relies on Jared knowing when reading material is upside down,” one source said.
 The Borowitz Report

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'I'm all for masks,' says Trump



US President Donald Trump, long opposed to wearing a face covering in public, says he is "all for masks" and they make him look like the Lone Ranger. Mr Trump also maintained that face coverings do not need to become mandatory to curb Covid-19's spread. He again predicted the infection would "disappear," as the US hit a new record high of 52,000 virus cases in a day. 
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Jenny Holzer


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Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Lake Skeptic, Martin Creed


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The River is Dead Long Live the River






Sankar Sridhar

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Northwest III




Lukas Furlan

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Istanbul Photo Awards 2020

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Hexagone

Eric Bouvet

Yan Morvan

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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Jesus by Kim Llerena


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Skywalk on Biokovo, Croatia




A brand new tourist attraction high above the Makarska Riviera on the Dalmatian coast in Biokovo Nature Park .

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A day in the life, Ella Frances Sanders


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