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(LiveLeak)   An artist, her hands, a light-box and some sand all come together to bring you you nothing short of awesome   ( divider line
    More: Cool, lightbox, America's Got Talent, performance art, artists  
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2012-10-02 08:48:55 AM  
Sand animation stopped being awesome 10 minutes into the first video I saw of it.
2012-10-02 06:29:03 PM  

fatbear: Sylvia_Bandersnatch:

And therefore it's old hat and we all laugh it off now. Got it.

Ah, yes - I forgot. You are a pro at redirecting arguments, taking offense where none is offered, and putting words into other's mouths.

I now suspect you were wrong 3 times in the same sentence and really *did* think this was post WWII.

You're free to believe whatever you want, and I'm not taking the bait. My issue -- or 'redirection,' if you prefer -- is what comes across as diminishment of a real, serious, and yes, *recent* histoical event, only because *you* apparently think that the many still alive who remember it (however small a proportion of the *milliions* affected that may be), and their very much living immediate descendants, are apparently older than anyone you give a shiat about respecting.

Hey, come to think of it, WW2 and the Holocaust were over a half a century ago now. fark those whiners, huh? 67 years should be enough to get over it, right?
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