HE HAS A TINY CART OF CARROTS
There is an adorable overload here.
Shell shocked reindeer looks on as WWII planes drop bombs on Russia, 1941
Martin Luther King Jr and son, removing a burnt cross from his lawn, 1960
Archduke Franz Ferdinand and wife, day of his assassination, 1914
Brighton Swimming Club, 1863
Headquarters of the Italian Fascist Party, Rome, 1930
General Custer and his men, American Civil War (so bitchin’)
We came home and someone had pruned one of our trees? Like, lopped off a significant number of branches, including its secondary trunk at the base. And they just left all the branches lying on the ground beneath it?? No note, no message left with the neighbours, no indication as to why this haphazard horticultural haircut took place. I am confused and concerned.
Behind the scenes of a pipe organ. Although most people, if they think about it at all, assume that the keys are linked directly to the pipes, and that pressing a key lets compressed air flow from a reservoir, through the appropriate pipe in order to sound the note, this is simply not the case. The keys actually send messages to the person sat behind the pipes (in this case, Mary Jones, 24, of Oklahoma), telling her which pipes to blow through. The compressed air actually runs the system of pneumatic tubes which deliver the messages to Mary. The official job title associated with the position is Organ Operator, although the keyboard players used to refer to it as “The Blow Job”. It was agreed by most organ keyboardists that Barry Chuffworth (1914-1989) gave the best Blow Jobs. However, so little is known about music these days that I’d you ask any five schoolboys who gives the best Blow Jobs, they will likely all agree that it’s your mum.
I am so ashamed I didn’t write this.