Well you guys are certainly creative thinkers, let’s run with that.
There’s a groundskeeper who works at a grave during the day. He sees people burying a body and immediately calls the police and tells them a murder has happened. How did he know that?
he killed someone at night?
I’ve seen a lot of good answers so far but no one has asked the most important question yet
Is he working with the murderers?
threw a boomerang like 6 years ago and it never came back so now I live in constant fear
Dosshaus: Just Used Cardboard To Create These Magical, Dream-Like Scenes
- Cardboard, paint and glue, 2014
Artists Zoey Taylor and David Connelly have created the artistic duo Dosshaus. They don’t just create photos, but entire worlds made of cardboard. It’s mesmerizing.
Connelly and Taylor create large scenes in which they interact with their cardboard creations.
But when you look closer, you’ll see that their creations are most impressive for their details.
The scene “The Writer’s Room” is incredible in the atmosphere it creates.
But when you look at the little items in the scene, you see the work that was involved in each object.
Sometimes their scenes show everyday moments in new and mesmerizing proportions.
It’s amazing that something so realistic can also be so surreal.
The doctor told me once that if you showed a caveman our technology, he would think it was magic. And that if you showed modern man magic, he would think it was technology.
THIS WILL BE SUCH A LONG MARATHON AND I AM SO READY
That’s prob about 12 hours
extended lotr alone is 11 hours and 22 minutes.
LOTR Extended = 681 minutes
Hobbit 1 Extended = 182 minutes
Hobbit 2 Extended = approx. 186 minutes
Let’s say Hobbit 3 Extended is at least 185 minutes
The full marathon run time will be around 1234 minutes, or 20 hours 30 minutes.
Asa Smith. Celestial Illustrations from Smith’s Illustrated Astronomy. 1851.
Wood engravings with hand highlighting, written by the principal of Public School No. 12 in New York City with the goal “to present all the distinguishing principles in physical Astronomy with as few words as possible”.