The Dumb Ox now has a news headlines feature that is fantastic. BTW, that blog’s title refers to St. Thomas Aquinas, in case you didn’t know. TDO also refers us to a most beautiful display of Easter art at Eagle and Elephant (click on the photos), a new blog I added to the blogroll.
The derivations change, but what remains consistent is the badness the curators are always able to pull together.
I went, I saw, and trust me on this, Panero was being kind. The “art” had no new insights, no aesthetic value, no wit, no humor, not even novelty. The experience was as exciting as watching a display of stale bread. The Amazon editorial review says,
More than 100 artists and collaborative teams are included-recognized artists as well as those whose work has never before been seen in a major museum.
Glad I wasn’t there
All Passengers on NYC Cable Cars Rescued:
The passengers became stranded around 5:15 p.m. Tuesday
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The rescue effort ended around 5 a.m. Wednesday.
“Suri,” according to Cruise’s news release, is a word with origins in both Hebrew and Persian. In Hebrew it means “princess,” and in Persian, “red rose,” the release said. (It also means “pickpocket” in Japanese, although the news release did not mention that.)
Makes you yearn for the days when people named their daughters Fausta.
Today’s article from Maria
Criminolgy professor Mike Adams writes about A new definition of racism.