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I'm not crying, you are! All this new #GilmoreGirls stuff has me going crazy! pic.twitter.com/QlkJMsGZda
— Gilmore Tweets (@Gilmoreisms_) October 25, 2016
Watch the #GilmoreGirls return in the Netflix revival's first trailer https://t.co/sD2gjckzyM pic.twitter.com/Q9DaJNHJtP
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) October 26, 2016
This show may be my addiction, a good one, a long-term one, and I may need therapy for it, (When it ended the last time I swore like a sailor) ...I was living in Connecticut at the start of this TV show... they are a fast talking mom-daughter team - I laughed and cried (repeat) and it spoke to me...BOOM!
my earlier post
This permanent installation celebrates the great diversity of styles, media and creativity of Native artists and places them in the broader context of American art. Among the works on view will be expertly woven Pomo baskets, exquisite hand-made items of dress from across the continent, and Southwestern pottery and textiles. Other highlights will include works by the Haida master carver Charles Edenshaw and Pueblo painters Fred Kabotie, Tonita Peña and Awa Tsireh. Additional works by contemporary Native American artists will be installed in adjacent galleries, including recent acquisitions by Jeffrey Gibson and Preston Singletary.
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I talk about this more in Aontacht, the global magazine of the Druidic Dawn...in the From the Desk section of the issue on Ritual and the Magic Circle
Check it out:
Bill Murray was awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor during an all-star fete at Washington, D.C.'s Kennedy Center, with friends and peers like David Letterman, Steve Martin, Jimmy Kimmel, Miley Cyrus, Aziz Ansari and Ghostbusters co-star Sigourney Weaver paying tribute to the actor.
THIS GUY ROCKS!
- food-heating radio boxes (microwaves)
- tall roads (bridges)
- computer buildings (datacenters)
- the shared space house (the International Space Station)
- the other worlds around the sun (the solar system)
- the big flat rocks we live on (tectonic plates)
- the pieces everything is made of (the periodic table)
- planes with turning wings (helicopters)
- boxes that make clothes smell better (washers and dryers)
- the bags of stuff inside you (cells)
How do these things work? Where do they come from? What would life be like without them? And what would happen if we opened them up, heated them up, cooled them down, pointed them in a different direction, or pressed this button? In Thing Explainer, Munroe gives us the answers to these questions and so many more. Funny, interesting, and always understandable, this book is for anyone—age 5 to 105—who has ever wondered how things work, and why.
Son of the Tree That Owns Itself (Image Credit: Bloodofox, Wikipedia)
Legend has it that the Tree That Owns Itself [wiki], a white oak in Athens, Georgia was given ownership of itself and the surrounding land by Dr. William Henry Jackson in 1820! The original tree had died long ago, but a new tree (Son of The Tree That Owns Itself) was planted at the same location from one of its acorns.
Happy Rizzi, Happy streetart – Brunswick, Germany | Be ▲rtist - Be ▲rt https://t.co/S1nlTrOHtx pic.twitter.com/mkzOtZwyHy
— Be ▲rtist Be ▲rt (@BeArtist_BeArt) October 12, 2016
THIS IS GREAT - BOOM
The latest on Wells Fargo --> Was Wells Fargo engaging in identity theft when its employees, under pressure from supervisors, opened accounts on behalf of customers who had not requested them? The office of California Attorney General Kamala Harris is looking to find out: The Los Angeles Times reports that the state is investigating whether the bank is guilty of criminal identity theft. James Rufus Koren writes: "Harris’ office demanded the bank turn over a trove of information, including the identities of California customers who had unauthorized accounts opened in their names, information about fees related to those accounts, the names of the Wells Fargo employees who opened the accounts, the names of those employees’ managers and emails or other communication related to those accounts. Her office is also requesting the same information about accounts opened by Wells Fargo workers in California for customers in other states."
oldest tree in the entire world?
However, Pando, a stand of 47,000 quaking aspen clones, is estimated to be between 80,000 and one million years old.
The stress is on the difference between the singular "oldest tree" and the multiple "oldest trees", and between "oldest clone" and "oldest non-clone". The oldest known individual tree (that has not taken advantage of vegetative cloning) is a Great Basin bristlecone pine over 5,000 years old (germination in 3051 BC). WIKI
A press release from Umeå University says that a Norway spruce clone named Old Tjikko, carbon dated as 9,550 years old, is the "oldest living tree".
1 GIRL 2 BEARDS @vincentdonofrio #upstateNY #memorialweekend #NY #2ofthemag7 #magnificentseven #memorialday #beard #newyork #selfiestick #nevertoooldtoselfie #selfie
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#SuzanneBroughel 🎨Superstars (Dreamcatcher Series)", 2010. Basketballs, shoelaces. 🎨 "In my work, I explore the construct of race in the United States. Sifting through history, popular culture and autobiography, I look at our present moment’s disconnect between post-racial fantasies and unequal reality. I am interested in the personal as political, so I look at my own body and I look at skin color. Tie dye, mandalas, African and Native American fabric patterns – styles that reference “hippie culture”, “New Age” practices, and cultural appropriation are where form and content meld for me. My materials are everyday household objects such as bed sheets, bandaids, and self-tanning lotions. Though mass produced commodities, these are items we bring into our homes, put on our skin, sleep on. It is from this personal, intimate voice that the strongest dialogue on race begins, while the connection to global capitalism reminds us that we are part of a bigger picture that is structural." Also check out her work with⤵ @tartcollective
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We can save the world...
[BOOM - don't vote for evil]
- 1 in 7 girls will be sexually molested before the age of 18.
- Out of these girls, 20% will be abused before they are 8 years old.
- 90% of victims know their perpetrator.
- 1 in 7 incidents will be perpetrated by a juvenile.
Tweets about notok
Warren Beatty calls his transgendered son his hero - “He’s a revolutionary, a genius, and my hero, as are all my children.” pic.twitter.com/21RaIaLKnX
— A. Movies (@AssholeMovies) October 7, 2016
I read the very long Vanity Affair interview about Warren yesterday... he's still makes me SWOON... thanks Jay for this!
******* found this on the Atlantic
Cyber Aware – are passwords past it? (Hint: no.) [VIDEO] https://t.co/v90xL7Lm0l— Naked Security (@NakedSecurity) February 21, 2018
Survivors of sexual exploitation share their voices and experiences, from birth to adolescence to adulthood on The Life Story: Moments of Change. Their stories and hopes highlight opportunities for change -- for all girls and women. https://t.co/nwlp9rsIKr #thelifestory pic.twitter.com/nWOwGzxuaw— NoVo Foundation (@NoVoFoundation) January 31, 2018