This is a beach on the North Shore that, unlike every other beach I have seen, is entirely covered in large round rocks of similar colour and size. It is absolutely amazing … though perhaps not as comfortable to rest on as beaches where the grains of sand are somewhat smaller.
This horse assures you that stripes are really quite fashionable, that everyone is wearing them now, and would really appreciate it if you could give him a ride to the city and away from the vicinity of the prison.
It is erroneous to say “science doesn’t support re-opening this early”. Science simply suggests that opening this early will cause a large number of otherwise unnecessary* deaths and a likely shortened and more painful lifespan for some of the survivors.
Politically, this needs to be balanced against other critical factors, like the availability of haircuts** and stock market indices. So it’s really a heads vs tails sort of thing.
* Don’t get me started on the concept of “necessary deaths”.
Zoos in some cities have a lot of public art, some designed for the zoo, some left over from city-wide art competitions.
I just wanted to mention that, for those of us still trapped in quarantine (or about to be re-trapped after the coming COVID spike hits in some states (looking at you, Georgia)), you can make your own public art and put it in your home. Then, when you’re bored, you can box it all up and ship it to a friend to hide throughout their house while you get a box from theirs. All sorts of fun can be had.
(Just be sure to either let the box sit long enough for any latent viruses to degrade, or disinfect it as you unpack.)
When he was young, this rattlesnake traded his soul in exchange for power.
Today, as a member of congress, he believes that – since everyone is going to die of something anyway – they might as well pick the most painful and isolated method possible, and do it quickly so he can buy a third boat.