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(Messy Nessy Chic)   Art museums have way more artworks than they can display at one time. This museum turned back to front to solve the problem   (messynessychic.com) divider line
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2021-11-01 8:14:13 PM  
And a flying car!
 
2021-11-01 8:36:25 PM  
That hotel looks like a pretty good place to shelter from a zombie apocalypse.
 
2021-11-01 8:51:05 PM  
"Early signs of hypoxia are anxiety, confusion, and restlessness;"  And in some extreme cases, ornithology.

What someone suffering from hypoxia might look like:

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/and I can't be the only one to look on ebay to see if I could buy one.
 
2021-11-01 8:55:04 PM  
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I ordered my hot sauce a half hour ago.
 
2021-11-01 8:56:24 PM  

My Sober Alt: "Early signs of hypoxia are anxiety, confusion, and restlessness;"  And in some extreme cases, ornithology.

What someone suffering from hypoxia might look like:

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/and I can't be the only one to look on ebay to see if I could buy one.


Thomas Giles - Hypoxia (OFFICIAL)
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2021-11-01 9:11:49 PM  
When I worked at a modern art museum right out of college I would give tours for students from my old school.  It was a treat to take a bunch of art students into art storage and watch their reactions as they were overwhelmed by the concentrated experience of too much art at once.
 
2021-11-01 9:14:06 PM  
Wait...I thought back to front was how you made your underwear last longer between washes?

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2021-11-01 9:33:17 PM  

Gordon Bennett: That hotel looks like a pretty good place to shelter from a zombie apocalypse.


If you want to starve to death when the food runs out or freeze to death when the power goes out then I guess... at least you'll have a nice view whilst you do so.

On the plus side you'll probably not have to deal with stiff (pun intended) competition from other survivors & the terrain & cold should keep the undead hordes at bay.
 
2021-11-01 9:34:36 PM  
Museums should return everything they stole to their rightful owners.  Shameful.
 
2021-11-01 10:13:59 PM  
13. A Whale Saved my Life

ZOMG, I sat wide-eyed and gape-jawed through the first half of the video and cried for the last.
 
2021-11-01 10:31:21 PM  

farkingismybusiness: [artnews.com image 850x472]
I ordered my hot sauce a half hour ago.


We delivered it to you a half hour before you ordered it.
 
2021-11-02 12:14:22 AM  
Sounds like you could do special museum tours, where a docent walks you through the collection and pulls out items in a theme.
 
2021-11-02 6:50:35 AM  
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"The Kandinsky is painted on both sides."
 
2021-11-02 5:30:36 PM  
When are we getting our virtual art museums? Travelling to a museum to see a few hundred works seems a waste, when in a few more years we'll be able to use VR to walk thru all of the museums, and haptic gloves to feel the work, with no crowds and no carbon footprint.
 
2021-11-02 6:45:32 PM  

KB202: When are we getting our virtual art museums? Travelling to a museum to see a few hundred works seems a waste, when in a few more years we'll be able to use VR to walk thru all of the museums, and haptic gloves to feel the work, with no crowds and no carbon footprint.


Free on Steam right now.

Occupy White Walls
 
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