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Juan Carlos Savater (Spanish, b. 1953), Siete Picos. 2010. Oil on aluminium, 61 x 50.2 cm.
Reconstruction of the Kremlin In 1800 based on sketches and drawings ordered by Tsar Paul I.
a marshmallow is squished beneath the weight of knowledge
Ascension church in Kolomenskoye
It was built in the reign of Vasily III by Italian architect Petroc Maly and dedicated to the birth of a long-expected heir, future Ivan the Terrible.
UNESCO included it in World Heritage List.
There is nothing interesting inside, so I don’t post photo.
Animation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Tree of Life stain glass by illustrator Daryl Alexsy.
Winged sphinx from Darius’ palace at Susa, c. 510 BC
the Wars of the Roses
Bolt | by Kyle D Adams
(Suggested by skidar)
My logic for this was “which bird in my suggestion list is least suited to be a dragon”
Every time a guy tells me how unfortunate it is that I’m a lesbian because I’m so hot, I add another line to my epic slam poem entitled “I Don’t Care About Your Boner.” It’s a real thing, and when it gets long enough, I’ll perform it for you guys.
It’s going to be a Homer-esque epic.
Sing, O muse, of the rage of the lesbian, daughter of Sappho, that brought countless ills upon the straight cis dudes.
Anthropologist Tanya Luhrmann found that voice-hearing experiences of people with serious psychotic disorders are shaped by local culture – in the U.S., the voices are harsh and threatening; in Africa and India, they are more benign and playful. This may have clinical implications for how to treat people with schizophrenia, she suggests.
Read the whole article. It is worth it.
Have another paragraph:
In an interview, Luhrmann said that American clinicians “sometimes treat the voices heard by people with psychosis as if they are the uninteresting neurological byproducts of disease which should be ignored. Our work found that people with serious psychotic disorder in different cultures have different voice-hearing experiences. That suggests that the way people pay attention to their voices alters what they hear their voices say. That may have clinical implications.”
This makes so much sense.
/go read the whole thing!