telophase: (Near - dork)
Linkblogging, since I'm stuck at work on this unfortunately fine day. Why unfortunately, when we escaped the wrath of Rita by, say, 300 miles? Because the area desperately needs rain and pretty much everyone was hoping we'd get some. It clouded up a wee bit ominously last night, but today there's not a cloud in the sky.

The Low Road takes on some of the less-well-thought-out comments in the manga reviews from Manga Life.

The Fourth Plinth Project is a public-art project in London's Trafalgar Square. There is an empty plinth there, which was originally designated in 1841 for an equestrian statue, but the money ran out before it could be done, and so ... empty plinth. The project is commissioning a series of public art projects to be exhibited in turn on the Fourth Plinth (or maybe just two? I couldn't quite tell from the website). At any rate, the first one was unveiled on September 15th, Alison Lapper Pregnant, a nude of a disabled pregnant woman, which encapsulates three groups that rarely get represented in traditional monumental art.

And then ... Art or Crap? I got 10 out of 16. XD

If you guys haven't been reading Tales from the Liberry, then you should be. It's the continuing bizarre real-life adventures of a library employee in a small town, and often rather funny.
telophase: (L - boyfriend)
Good advice on relationships and marriage - I've got friends who needed to have this pounded into their heads when younger.

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