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Happily happened upon this diminutive but hugely powerful short film by Marc-André Girard while surfing Vimeo this morning and can’t help but share it with you.

#serendipitybaby

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Papers, Please

This amazing short film is trending on youtube. I don’t always check to see what’s trending on youtube because usually there are only inane things I have no interest in; however, I may have to start checking more often if there is the chance that there is more quality art to discover such as this quality production.

Interestingly/oddly, the film is based upon a video game created by Lucas Pope.

Perhaps there is hope for humanity after all…

#prayforartforartishumanityshope

 

There’s so much to gripe about I can’t decide which gripe to blog about so instead I’ll just share this…

According to this article, which is a derivative of this article, which leans heavily on this study, creative people literally see the world differently than us lesser than creative types, as is illustrated by the following video…


 
Some of you may remember this similar titillating* exercise in awareness I shared in days past.

#prayforopenness
#andpuertorico


*The word “titillating” was added for clickbait purposes only; although, some may in fact be titillated by brain teasers. Who knows…

 

For all you unabatablely persistent* Irrational Types, and you know who you are…

It’s not like you needed one, but today’s your day.

 

 

 

#happypiday
#prayforthemathnerds

 


*Yeah, so what, I like adverbs and redundancies… what’s so irrational about that?

 

SYMPHONIACS

If you are a music lover, and I’m sure that you are, you really need to check out Symphoniacs.

Colin Stokes, one of the cellists with this amazing group of international virtuosos, is a family friend who graduated from the Baltimore School of Arts with my daughter (the same school Tupac and Jada Pinkett-Smith attended back in the day) and tutored my youngest son a bit on the cello.
 

 
You can hear some of my son’s cello work with his and his older brother’s band AELIOS.

Aelios

Vaughan Brindley (drums/cello), Willis Brindley (vocals/guitar), and Colin Bates (vocals/bass)


 
ROCK ON AND SUPPORT INDEPENDENT ARTISTS!

Please.