Well, how often do you find a used gun shell on a street? Actually, come to think of it, I have no idea… Interestingly, Philadelphia Police has an interesting tool to give you that wondrous ability. Would you look at that?! NONE, in the area I drew: Interesting… Is the tool even working? How does … Continue to full post
Don’t we all feel a little lonely sometimes? Well, try to feel better about your life, compared to the lonely Lego man here. He’s a Samurai and he’s got some grey hair. He’s missing an arm, probably a battle scar. His other arm is pretty twisted, too. I would this guy on a road somewhere … Continue to full post
I have long been fascinated with objects of human creation; and I’m not talking about the pyramids of Egypt or space crafts. A fork is something that, at some point, did not exist, and neither did a cell phone. I am flabbergasted at the items I see all around me at all times. I find … Continue to full post
Interesting read, about the history of tweezers. Honestly, I did not realize (or think about) how old these things really are: humans needed support to precisely pick up small objects for a very long time. Think about the use of tweezers in medicine, too—I bet these are even more used than a scalpel.