[h/t Dina S.]
[h/t Dina S.]
How to make a Miraphone.
László Bíró is possibly the greatest pen name ever.
Marcel Marceau‘s last words were, ” .”
This illusion works only once… as far as you know. If you’ve never seen it, stop the video at 0:55, reset to 0:00 and watch it again. If you’ve seen it before, watch the entire video non-stop, then smack your forehead.
I first heard this song when I was 11. This song sounded so good, but I was curious as to what they were talking about. I’m like “Grandma, what are they talking about?”
She looked at me for a minute and replied, “They’re talkin’ ’bout cuttin’ meat.”
BTW, Lois Mann’s real name was Sidney Nathan.
[Top image: Libellula croceipennis aka “Neon Skimmer” spotted in my side yard.]
“This illusion was discovered in an old photograph of two lovers sent to Archimedes’ Laboratory, a consulting group in Italy that specializes in perceptual puzzles. Gianni Sarcone, the leader of the group, saw the image pinned to the wall and, being nearsighted, thought it was a single face. After putting on his eyeglasses, he realized what he was looking at. The team then superimposed the beautiful Venetian mask over the photograph to create the final effect.”
[Image and caption found in here.]
Both vids above h/t Aussie Phil
Have a great weekend folks. Whether you’re religious or not, never forget the meaning of Easter.