The claim is that the two pictures are identical. As far as I can tell, it’s true. Check the details, block by block. Then use straight edges to block out parts of each picture and compare a part of one picture with the same part of the other. You’ll have to conclude, the two pictures are identical, and they are oriented in exactly the same direction.
I believe this is one of the best optical illusions I’ve ever seen.
The first guess from one of my 1st graders was “death” and such an awed, somber, reflective hush fell over the class that I didn’t want to tell them that actually the answer is the letter e, which just seemed so banal in the moment pic.twitter.com/7sYFxHNcZk
I miss George Carlin. Nobody could tell it like it was better than he.
Carlin could be vulgar, but this short video is entirely clean. It’s one more example of how a vulgar funny man can still be funny without being vulgar. But even more than that, it’s one more example how somebody like him or Bill Maher can just state the obvious and make it hilarious.
A cousin of mine recently sent me this. (Thanks, Johnny.) Watch as George once again demolishes our favorite adult fairy tale.
Am I really seeing that number right? 666 subscribers? I think so.
What does it mean? Nothing, of course. It’s just an interesting number for superstitious reasons, which means nothing here. I’m not even sure it’s accurate, but it’s what the system tells me. So add your email address to receive each new post in your email account, as 666 other people have already chosen to do.