My cat is just satisfied with angry meows but this cat, I mean, I knew a cat that liked pizza and oh boy, they were as passionate as marmalade.
Zoetropes are the precursors to modern animation, using a fast spinning circular disk to simulate movement. Sebastian Burdon and Mat Collinshaw make an extraordinary zoetrope of Rubens’ Slaughter of the Illness, giving it far more raw power to our 21st century eyes. Here is more about the piece on Make.
Here is a reason to go to the Brooklyn Art Library— to see part of the largest exhibit of sketchbooks in the world. If you can’t make it there, you can look at their digital archive or buy their new book and other swag. Check out this website of Katarina Thorsen’s sketchbook (pic is above)
And you know what? It's Eliot Cutler, the independent spoiler, ruining it for everyone. Btw, I've written some about LePage, here and here. And a story about Mike Michaud over here. With all of this, I admit, the one endearing thing is Michaud beat LePage it two counties—one being my home, Aroostook. You magnificent… »
So, I’m going to confess that I am distinctly out of order with my Duggaring. I have Jill Says Yes to the Dress, Duggar To Dos, Duggar Girls Go Glam, Duggar Derby (shudder), Jessa’s engagement (double shudder) and finally “Dishing with the Duggar” (where they all admit that they don’t like tater tot casseroles that… »
I’ve been very bad. Very very bad. Well, not bad but just doing other things than Duggaring.I’m gonna watch this Duggar wedding tonight and do the liveblog. I haven’t been reporting, including the report that Jessa did not even kiss dumb old Ben, because as we know, his romantic overtures have never been welcome. And… »
Ok, so I’m like a week behind. So I’m putting last weeks all in one post and before the weekend, when I’m superbusy, I will recap— “Jill says Yes to the Dress.” Spoiler alert: She shows elbow. ELBOW. And Derick is so excited and the subsequent hand-holding is so intense, that he sprains a finger. Michelle laughs and… »
Sorry! I’m a bit behind. This is the 2nd episode that played last week (9/9/14). Then I will catch up on this week’s episode. PROMISE. I mean, there is just so much Duggaring. And redundancy. They aren’t even working to fit in any reasonable side-plots. Just all about courtships and engagement and shit. Poor Jordyn.… »
So here is the first of two long delayed Duggar recaps! The second will come tomorrow. I’ve been working and writing like mad! But I wanted to provide you all with at least one of the recaps like I promised. I like to call this the Agony and the Ecstasy. Ben vs. Derick. Reluctant side hugs and smirks vs. passionate… »
Josh, Jana, John and Jill back when Jana had hope. Back when John David had spirit. Back when... Btw, I had a setback in a project I was doing. I am so livid. SO LIVID. »
Hello guys! Welcome to the second half of the season of the Duggars (or their formal name: 19 Kids and Counting) ! As we concluded last May, Jill and her front hugging boyfriend Derick were engaged, Jessa continues to have nothing but contempt for her now-fiance Ben Seewald, Michelle Duggar practices parenting her… »
This,people, is how Duggar sausage gets made. And by Duggar sausage, let's all try not to think of Josh. »
From every rolled eye to every smirky look, we all know your wishes, Jessa. We see you laugh awkwardly and say things like “I’m just practical” when dull Ben lurches towards you with his flabby attempts at romance. We remember. So let’s ask ourselves, what are your options. I offer a few: »
Ok, the big explanation! Mine was inspired by feelings that I feel and I feel like we share on GT. »
You know they have the relaxed look of a couple whose finally able to do front hugs, though the matching shirts may be a little too Jim Bob for my taste. Everyone in the back is smiling and thinking, “If we try hard enough, maybe they’ll reconsider the United States of Bates?” »