First Viet Nam and now this. We're losing the toilet war to Japan.
Fort Worth got featured in the NY Times in an article about the city's cowboy culture, the new Dickies Arena, and plans to remodel the Stockyards.
|Clyfford Still, 1947-Y-No.1, 1947. This IMO fabulous painting is coming up for auction at Sotheby's in May. It can be yours for an estimated $30 million.|
Time for the mating dance of the peacock spider.
I found the online photo editor called Photopea but haven't tried using it yet.
If you're a fan of sauerkraut, check out Cleveland Kraut. Should be available in your local grocery store. Not only is it from my hometown, it's really tasty especially with bratwurst. Update: Thanks to alert reader Joel for introducing me to this product.
Music I'm thinking about:
- Crossover by David Cross and Peter Banks
- Acceleration Theory by Dave Kerzner
- everything by Bill Laswell
- Infinite Regress by Colin Edwin
- The Coldcut remix of Reich's Music for 18 Musicians
- I Can See Your House From Here by Pat Metheny and John Scofield
- RUMBLE by Lorenzo Feliciati
|More Mickey in contemporary art, this one by Joyce Pensato.|
Dammit, science. If 80% of the universe's mass is dark matter why can't you even agree whether it really exists. Lo and behold, maybe the culprit is the d-star hexaquark.
Formula 1 for n00bs.
There was a time as a young man that I wanted to be an archeologist who worked on Egyptian pyramids. Therefore, I applaud Egypt's restoration of Djoser's Step Pyramid, the first one ever built.
More SARS-CoV-2 websites than you probably want to look at.
The Dot and the Line, I recommend you spend 10 minutes with it.
And another childhood film that I love is 1956's Le Ballon Rouge (The Red Balloon).
Let's make it three with Paddle to the Sea.
When the MoMA reopens, go see Judd.
If you got the DVR or the on-demand, check out Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool on PBS' American Masters.
I leave you with the virtual Zamboni. Get to work.
...and a dangerous master. ~Osho