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I saw them with my own eyes one time when I was in Morocco. Goats up in a tree, standing out a limb, like it was perfectly natural. I could have stared for hours.
You may have caught this website before, when we linked to their list of the Top Fifteen Rolling Ball Sculptures but we want to elevate even higher and put in the Nose’s Faves.
After our post on Mr. Goldberg’s Inflating Influence, Colin Summers (thanks Colin!) wrote in and hipped us to this great list of fifteen (yes, FIFTEEN!) top Rolling Ball Sculptures. Now you know you can’t go out and play: you’ve got to sit in front of this screen all day! Don’t do that, just rejoice in knowing that this world has so many wonders to watch and witness.
It gives me a reason to get my teeth looked at. This sculpture is on display at Columbia Basin Pediatric Dentistry in Kennewick, WA.Tweet
What if Humans were never on TV? Only animals and animation. Hmmm…. At least we’d probably get to watch LANCELOT LINK SECRET CHIMP a whole lot more. This show played on network TV in prime time around 1970, which meant that back then almost forty years ago, this is what “They” thought all Americans wanted to do after dinner. Maybe they were right? Maybe the time is right for Chimp TV.