Memory and Photos

6/28/2016

Photographs supplant the past and corrupt our memories.






 

Chad Flirting

6/27/2016

And then I said, "If you don’t believe in evolution how do you explain the striking similarities between the doughnut
and the bagel?" Waldog


line by ‏@TheBoydP


 

Sentence Completion

6/27/2016


Stephanie Perkins writes, "There are some people in life that you can’t get over."

The person this line brings to mind is _____.





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What?

6/27/2016


Waldog

    How would you describe the facial expression in the graphic above? What does this communicate to you?



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Fact

6/27/2016

Waldog

    "In the 18th century, many prominent voices were concerned about the threat posed by people reading too much. A dangerous disease appeared to afflict the young, which some diagnosed as reading addiction and others as reading rage, reading fever, reading mania or reading lust. Throughout Europe reports circulated about the outbreak of what was described as an epidemic of reading. The behaviours associated with this supposedly insidious contagion were sensation-seeking and morally dissolute and promiscuous behaviour. Even acts of self-destruction were associated with this new craze for the reading of novels."









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