By: @buzz-of-the-orient, 14 hours ago
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If you could own any famous painting in the world, which one would it be? The Fighting Temeraire (JMW Turner 1838) I know that once before I posted a similar article, but perhaps many here did not see it, or if they did, did not take the opportunity to contribute to it, and since it will provide a break from the Trump obsession, I decided to do it again. My personal choice is based upon my experiences that originated when I was in university, having majored in English...
By: @community, 3 days ago
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Now's a good time. Bring a friend, leave something creative.
Male Junco about to Land on a Tree Branch The phrase, and its variant 'nice try, but no cigar', are of US origin and date from the mid-20th century. Fairground stalls gave out cigars as prizes, and this is the most likely source, although there's no definitive evidence to prove that. One of the undoubtedly American phrases that is now used worldwide. It is first recorded in print in Sayre and Twist's publishing of the script of the 1935 film version of Annie Oakley:...
By: @community, 4 weeks ago
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When REALITY gets on my nerves, I tend to create some FANTASY © A. Mac/A.G Best Look at this Link
Visual puns not withstanding. Hoodoos, Bryce Canyon, Utah © A. Mac/A.G. Best Look at this Link © A. Mac/A.G. Best Look at this Link Snow Scene for Dowser © A. Mac/A.G. Best Look at this Link © A. Mac/A.G. Best Look at this Link
© A. Mac/A.G. Best Look at this Link © A. Mac/A.G. Requested by Sixpick … Pretty Close to what he Wanted (Hopefully) Randy's Request. The "path" is one that I know I was first to walk through after this particular snowfall in the Pocono Mountains; the afternoon before, the temperature was in the 60's and I was fishing in jeans and a T-shirt. When I woke the next morning, there was 5 inches of snow on the ground … got...