I think if I had been Jonas on that boat with those sailors in that storm, I might have preferred to take my chances with the whale, whatever nuances hindsight might have brought. But that is not the message this presumably Christian-socialist artist wishes to convey.
Children from the same mural. Optical illusion, not capitalism, causes the one in the zebra jersey on the left to appear impaled on a hook.
- Poor spelling costs money
This is good: the NY Times says that smart dealers are trawling eBay for misspelled items, buying them cheap, spelling them
- Dutch orthopedist in Barcelona?
From an advertisement in El Socialista, September 18th 1934: Eibar, April 12th, 1934.- Señor don C. A. Boer, Orthopedist. Pelayo, 38, Barcelona.-
OK, I fiddled a bit with the last one, but the light and the colours are getting more interesting now and
- The great Victoria Park nursery rhyme schism of 2021
Retrograde Akira resolves a bitter “Row, row, row your boat” confrontation between Hackney and Tower Hamlets parents. Includes a Newfie joke.
- Why the name “Bankia”?
Like Brunel, the Spanish political class profited from study of the behaviour of the shipworm.