- Flower mural by OGMillie and Floratorium in New York, US.
- The TRUTH about JFK’s “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech | German Girl in America
- Herd of Wild Elephants Take an Adorable Nap Together After 500-Mile Journey
- 5 Mythical Creatures That (Kinda) Actually Existed | Answers With Joe
- linguistic discrimination and the pitfall of intelligence.
- 100 3D Artists Interpret the Same Scene of a Walking Person | Kottke
- Why are populations in Eastern and Central Europe in freefall? | The Stream
- Why Russia is shrinking? | Population decline problem
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Monthly Archives: April 2016
Originally posted on BLUE MILK DIGITAL:
Last week Manchester’s newest burrito chain Chilango opened up its restaurant on Oxford Street to a queue of hundreds of people, predominantly students, who were waiting for one thing and one thing only: free burritos. The…
I planned to walk a circular walk around Mam Tor yesterday but that was cut short due to a snow drifts and driving icy snow. Mam Tor is National Trust owned land on the Castleton Road between Chapel-en-le-Frith and Sheffield. … Continue reading
Originally posted on Millennial Man Magazine:
Sometimes the bigger questions in life should not be pondered by the noble philosophers and thinkers of the world but by those who ask, “how can crazy golf be made any more crazy?” For…
Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: Cold and Snow hit…Brazil!
So what do we know about Uruguay? Perhaps you heard about its succulent beef cuts, or its immaculate stretches of beach. The country also received a lot of press attention for its liberal political views, making it the first in the world to … Continue reading
WHAT WAS THE most powerful man in Brazil, the billionaire heir of the Globo empire, João Roberto Marinho (above), doing in the comment section of The Guardian? Granted: His comment received a coveted “Recommended” tag from Guardian editors — congratulations, João! … Continue reading
by Paul Craig Roberts The Third World War is currently being fought. How long before it moves into its hot stage? Washington is currently conducting economic and propaganda warfare against four members of the five bloc group of countries known … Continue reading
Shereita Grizzle (The Gleaner) writes that reggae music “was birthed in the trenches of Kingston, Jamaica, but today it has evolved into a universal language, a world music, loved and respected across the globe.” She underscores the many artists outside … Continue reading
Mural in Chernobyl by Guido Van Helten dir./oper Geo Leros GUIDO VAN HELTEN – GEO LEROS via VIDEO | ‘Under The Line’ with Guido Van Helten — The Fourth Wall