let's build a museum to history's greatest geek.
Please repost to all your circles, this is a lot of money to raise. But totally worth it.
That's the view of 's (amused) art critic Jonathan Jones, at any rate. The anonymous graffiti artist-come-prankster has caught the attention of New Yorkers this month with various set pieces, including a statue of Ronald McDonald with a real-life shoeshine boy, and a stall in central park selling original pieces (estimated to be worth up to £20k each) for $60 - many stayed unsold at the end of each day. Is Jones right when he says the people 'who pay big money for it are silly'? Or is this just flat out snobbery? Read his piece here and tell us what you think http://bit.ly/18pdH0n
Littlest Pet Shop Season1 Episode10 - Eve of Destruction
Littlest Pet Shop Season1 Episode10 Eve of Destruction the copyright belong to hasbro
Talking Friends - Talking Friends Ep9: Angry Parrots
After playing a video game for 48 hours straight, Pierre can't see the difference between game and reality. The Friends dress up as zombies
CERN scientists 'break the speed of light' - Telegraph
Nothing is supposed to go faster than light. But on Thursday scientists at the world's largest physics lab say they clocked subatomic par