The painting above is awfully interesting, wherein a little Flemish boy in the early 1600s is feeding a monkey, with a dead deer sprawled on a table whilst a nutty goose is honking away behind him. The painting’s secret history might be even more interesting. According to a bombshell investigative
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” If there’s any truth to George Santayana’s words, the future of the U.S. is remarkably bleak. According to a new study commissioned by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, young adults in the U.S. are woefully ignorant
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1. Perform condescending grammar and/or spelling checks on random people’s internet posts. This is one of the most popular and, I assume, effective approaches. Don’t agree with something someone says online? Meticulously run it through spell check. Nothing gets your point across like condescendingly reminding someone they missed a hyphen.