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Illustrators: Leo and Diane Dillon
from Her Stories: African American Folk Tales, Fairy Tales and True Tales by Virginia Hamilton.
President Barack Obama greets Halle Major during a Make-A-Wish visit in the Oval Office, March 29, 2011.
Pow-Wow Princess in the Process of Acculturation - David P. Bradley (1990)
In Bradley’s words: To be an artist from the Indian world carries with it certain responsibilities… We have an opportunity to promote Indian truths and at the same time help dispel the myths and stereotypes that are projected upon us.. I consider myself an at-large representative and advocate of the Chippewa people and American Indians in general. It is a responsibility which I do not take lightly.
Can’t say I grasp everything that’s going on in this painting — and there appears to be an awful lot going on — but it definitely catches my attention and surprises me.
This is a picture of a North Atlantic Right Whale threesome. Female whale on her back, male whales on their sides, both penetrating her with their big and bendy penises. More information here.
I’ve been wanting to write a science fiction erotic space opera starring a dude with a prehensile penis whose genetic material was derived from some sea mammal and I thought dolphins had bendy penises, but turns out they don’t, but North Atlantic Right Whales do, SO THE SCIENCE STILL WORKS! MUAHAHA!
Description: Graffiti on a wall, of a little factory to the left chugging smoke, and the words:
explain to future generations
it was good for the economy
when they can’t farm the land,
breathe the air and drink the water.
[Image: four zombies at a dinner table. First one, dressed in a dark purple suit with a glass of red wine, says, “I’ve always thought of zombies as represrnting a pervasive American xenophobia.” The second one, a female zombie in a mauve dress, her hand resting on the base of a glass of white one, says, “Really? I’ve always considered us a metaphor for runaway consumerism.” The third one, in a lavender suit with a bowtie, and a glass of red wine, says, “There’s something to the idea that we illustrate the tenuous line between civilization and barbarism!” The fourth one, in a green sweater, thinks, “I feel really stupid for ordering brains now…” while staring forlornly at a brain on a plate in front of him.]