Fingers crossed.
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rickstevensart:

In This Small Spot | oil on linen | 34 x 34” | 2011 | 2011 art
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rollsoffthetongue:

ANCIENT JOKE

What’s so funny about this?  In explaining today’s joke, you need to know that even though “dig” is most often a verb, when referring to archaeology (note the crazy spelling), it can be a noun used to describe a site where archaeologists are digging up the ground. The site or the entire expedition may be called “a dig”. In 50’s and 60’s slang, the verb “dig” also meant “to like”. You still hear the word used by older and/or former hippies, such as myself. If someone digs their work it can have this double meaning. The expression “getting stoned” also comes from the 50’s and 60’s (and the era of my youth). It’s slang for getting “high”, a term still used for the euphoric state one experiences when taking certain drugs such as marijuana. Of course, archaeologists are always digging around and removing stones, so we could say their work involves getting stoned. It’s an adjective here and not a verb, which would mean getting stones thrown at you. Finally, archaeologists spend time on the sites of ancient civilizations, the remains of which might still be partially standing, such as the temples on the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. When there are partial buildings still standing after hundreds, or even thousands of years, these are called “ruins”. They might even be completely buried and then archaeologists dig them up. But “ruins” can be used idiomatically with the expression “in ruins” coming from the verb “to ruin” which means to destroy. For most people, if their career is in ruins, it means they’ve lost their job and will not work again in that field. However archaeologists spend their lives among ruins which is why they can happily admit that their careers are in ruins. And THAT’s what’s so funny!


podcast - https://audioboo.fm/boos/2497462-ancient-joke
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micdotcom:

Watch: “It’s on us” urges the White House in powerful rape prevention video

If a man is preying on a woman who has had too much to drink, it is her responsibility to stop him and her fault if she can’t? No, it’s on us.
That is the message President Obama and Joe Biden are sending today with the launch of their new sexual assault prevention campaign “It’s On Us.”
This is a huge step forward | Follow micdotcom
micdotcom:

Watch: “It’s on us” urges the White House in powerful rape prevention video

If a man is preying on a woman who has had too much to drink, it is her responsibility to stop him and her fault if she can’t? No, it’s on us.
That is the message President Obama and Joe Biden are sending today with the launch of their new sexual assault prevention campaign “It’s On Us.”
This is a huge step forward | Follow micdotcom
micdotcom:

Watch: “It’s on us” urges the White House in powerful rape prevention video

If a man is preying on a woman who has had too much to drink, it is her responsibility to stop him and her fault if she can’t? No, it’s on us.
That is the message President Obama and Joe Biden are sending today with the launch of their new sexual assault prevention campaign “It’s On Us.”
This is a huge step forward | Follow micdotcom
micdotcom:

Watch: “It’s on us” urges the White House in powerful rape prevention video

If a man is preying on a woman who has had too much to drink, it is her responsibility to stop him and her fault if she can’t? No, it’s on us.
That is the message President Obama and Joe Biden are sending today with the launch of their new sexual assault prevention campaign “It’s On Us.”
This is a huge step forward | Follow micdotcom
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laurabfernandez:

Morning love.
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