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    Pictures from France in 1918. Emphasis on efforts of the American Red Cross.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/amp/photo/559454/

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    just bought tickets to see john malkovich play harvey weinstein in london. cause after all, malkovich is the best!!
    a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    Pictures from France in 1918. Emphasis on efforts of the American Red Cross.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/amp/photo/559454/
    Who even needs nukes when mere WW1 conventional weapons can do this?



    Here is the story of this 10-day battle. It included wide use of flamethrowers and mustard gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    just bought tickets to see john malkovich play harvey weinstein in london. cause after all, malkovich is the best!!
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    I give you the epitome of 64,000 years of recorded human culture. Pack it up, folks; we're done here.
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    A woman is teaching billionaires how to not ruin their art with champagne corks

    https://www.thecut.com/2019/02/rich-...m_campaign=nym

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    The tweets on that one have been very Keplerian

    Lots of guillotines followed by “kill the rich” which is almost universally answered with “ eat the rich”

    Honestly, if I were rich. I’d be very nervous about the next 20-30 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    I give you the epitome of 64,000 years of recorded human culture. Pack it up, folks; we're done here.
    Ohhhhhh that I did not need.

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    I watched that and laughed. Then my girlfriend asked what was so funny.

    I told her, you get to choose whether to find out based only on “I give you the epitome...” because that’s all I got.

    She thought it was funny. And then I showed it in video reverse and then all of a sudden it was disgusting.

    I laughed again.

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    budapest only has wagner showing one time while mookie is there, and it's sold out. which may be a blessing in disguise

    in prague will see both national theatre and theatre of the estates (figaro and bello in maschera).
    vienna state opera is sold out (will have to tour). seeing traviata in volksopera
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    National theatre in Prague is a neat venue. Three levels atop the ground floor and low capacity... sound is great and the tightness probably means not a bad view. We were center 2nd balcony first row for around $17 (things here are incredibly priced . Good place to visit)

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    Caught figaro at the estate theatre tonight. Plaque out front staying don giovanni debuted there in 1787. Kinda neat to think Mozart himself was in the building.

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    Took in the Rothko exhibit here. Pretty cool representation over 20+ yrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    Took in the Rothko exhibit here. Pretty cool representation over 20+ yrs.
    Nope. Nope nope nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    Caught figaro at the estate theatre tonight. Plaque out front staying don giovanni debuted there in 1787. Kinda neat to think Mozart himself was in the building.
    In the Vienna Opera House there is an exhibit with one of his pianos. It's tiny.
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    Nope. Nope nope nope.

    There were early pa8nting of figures. A self portrait and others. Interesting.
    THEN the example keep shared.

    Again, a good representation of his work from late 40s to early 70s

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    There were early pa8nting of figures. A self portrait and others. Interesting.
    THEN the example keep shared.

    Again, a good representation of his work from late 40s to early 70s
    Someday I'm going to binge watch The Shock of the New and try really hard to understand.

    But right now, no; just... no.
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    Art is subjective..... no worries

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    Mookie has dates for Cantonese opera at Kowloon cultural center AND yau ma tei theatre (highlight) this weekend.

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    I was involved in the theater at Muskegon Community College. I miss it. Got me talking and got me confident to speak on stage.

    I also miss going to plays and stuff.
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