Elections, Eruptions, And Animal Fables

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1kvf1KVF, 2010-11-06.

Monday, 2016 November 14

my art: a square, sort of: tans (fall), more to come….

saw the ‘supermoon‘. watched the agenda (someone else’s recipe book, internet safety).

Tuesday, 2016 November 15

‘There is a cult of ignorance in the United States…, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that “my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.” ‘–Isaac Asimov (1920-1992).

watched rmr, 22 (including this clip of shaun and david suzuki), and striking balance (bay of fundy). switched back to wordpress for several reasons, including that blogger truncated my art, such as …

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circles of whimsyand

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… ‘carpet‘.

Wednesday, 2016 November 16

david-suzuki-blue-dotlistened to a david suzuki webinar on the blue dot campaign. watched soundbreaking (the human instrument). working on art and music.

Thursday, 2016 November 17

loondave, nick, gary, and i had lunch at the roxy, then beers at cellarman’s. went to see doug tozer of bird studies canada speak to the midland-penetanguishene field naturalists about loons. watched soundbreaking (going electric).

Friday, 2016 November 18

ralph-nader-620x435watched autism grows up and ralph nader on the agenda (elections, eruptions, and animal fables).

Saturday, 2016 November 19

frogAnurans are ‘amphibians comprising the frogs, toads, and tree frogs’.

cbc_nature_things_season_vital-bondswatched the nature of things (vital bonds) and wonders of life (expanding universe).

Sunday, 2016 November 20

millet_gleaners‘This development [the Barbizon school] was also a result of the growing number of urban buyers who saw these works as counter-images to their lives in the city.’ Monet And The Birth Of Impressionism, p18. Shown is an example of Barbizon art, The Gleaners, by Jean-François Millet, 1857.

icelandrift2watched the birth of europe (collision).

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