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Baking Bread, Helen Allingham
A picture is worth a thousand words, as the phrase goes. And after this snap of Pope Francis looking miserable while standing beside President Donald Trump at the Vatican began circulating online Wednesday, many people rushed to social...Show More Summary
Thousands of students throughout the country will soon receive their college and university diplomas, but not before first receiving the words of a few wise commencement speakers. As was the case last year and the year before that, Harvard University and every other institution of higher education again selected someone other than me as their 2017 […]
A picture is worth a thousand words. But an emoji may be worth a thousand dollars. An Israeli judge recently ruled that the popular pictorial symbols show intent. As reported by Room 404, […] The post In Israel, Squirrel, Comet Emoji Signal Intent to Rent appeared first on Geek.com.
“Over a Balcony,” View of the Grand Canal, Venice;Francis Hopkinson Smithvia Lines and Colors
The word "brainwashing" came about because of the Cold War. In the 1950s, Americans were shocked when thousands of soldiers captured by North Korea eventually confessed to war crimes they hadn't committed, and some even refused to return to the US when the war was over. Show More Summary
Prelude in C Sharp Minor by Edward B. Gordon
Pope Francis sent words of encouragement to pro-life advocates over the weekend as they participated in the March for Life in Rome, Italy. The sixth annual march took place on Saturday in Rome where thousands of people united in calShow More Summary
The room was filled with laughter and excitement. Balloons bounced from kid to kid as the sugar high from cupcakes consumed the pint size crowd. The lights dimmed and attention turned to the screen at the party, a special video to honor the first birthday of our family friend. Show More Summary
Lalage’s quirky definition is what first caught my eye. Horace, the Roman poet, created the name Lalage over two thousand years ago from the ancient Greek word lalagein, meaning “to chatter,” “to prattle,” “to babble,” or (in the case of a bird) “to chirp.” He invented it as a fitting alias for the “sweetly laughing, […]
Girl in a red dress reading by a swimming pool (1887). Sir John Lavery (Irish, 1856-1941). Hey, I didn't know they had swimming pools in 1887.Going out of town for a quick getaway to celebrate our anniversary. I won't be as delightfully dressed as the Girl in a Red Dress, but I could see myself lounging and reading while others swim.
Bert Archer told me Mad magazine did it first, but this one is pretty powerful.
In Twin Peaks a picture is worth a thousand words. Read more...
Starting in the July/August 2017 Writer’s Digest, we’re thrilled to announce the debut of a new recurring column from cartoonist Bob Eckstein, called “Worth a Thousand Words.” Here's a sneak peek at his work (and a piece he wrote for us). The post Announcing WD Special Guest Artist Bob Eckstein appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
It's very difficult for me to sit here and look at you in the eyes and have respect for you, sir. The post A Picture Says More Than a Thousand Words About CA Politician’s Hypocrisy [VIDEO] appeared first on RedState.
Embed from Getty Images—A picture is worth a thousand words. How does this image from 1943 resonate with our current times? What are your 1000 (non-fiction) words this image inspires????The Good Men Project is different from most media companies. Show More Summary
Mandarin and a Jar of Honey by Duane Keiser
Chiffchaff by Remo Savisaar