One day, a man stopped a taxi, and he jumps into in a hurry…. Driver: “Where do you want to get to?” Man: “I went to the airport, I’m pressed for time, please be a little faster.” Driver: “to catch … Continue reading
By poking high-tech instruments through the wall of one priceless 16th-century mural in Italy, researchers announced Monday that they think they’ve located the first “encouraging” evidence that a second masterpiece—this one a lost Leonardo da Vinci—is hidden beneath. (See pictures of the search … Continue reading
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Cona so entranced by this commercial, loves everything about it, it’s visually stunning, moving musical score. Fantastic creation! It is amazing, though not that surprising if you know a lot about evolution.
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