he was then elected mayor of toronto.
next time someone tells you Muslim countries oppress women, let them know Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Turkey, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, and Senegal have all had female Presidents or Prime Ministers and 1/3rd of Egypt’s parliament is female but the US has yet to even have a female vice president and can’t say “vagina” when discussing female reproductive rights
I THOUGHT THE LAST ONE SAID PATH OF COCKS
it would be accurate either way
really? EVERYBODY was kung fu fighting? i find that hard to believe. stop feeding me these lies
if a boy ever says “someone’s on their period” to u when ur angry that is literally code for “punch me in the balls” so don’t hesitate
as a boy i can tell you this translation is 100% accurate
actual scientific proof
For French artist George Rousse, color is clearly important, but space, depth and perspective are everything.
For a little over three decades, Rousse has been creating art out of the crumbling walls, warped ceilings and cracked spandrels of derelict structures and abandoned buildings. To infuse these forgotten places with color is a statement in and of itself – but more impressive still is how Rousse colors his canvass. A typical example of Rousse’s work, the painting above can only be seen in this state from a specific point within the building. A step or two in any direction, and the illusion of a cohesive piece pulls apart at the seams.
Here’s another of Rousse’s pieces, borrowed from the documentary "Georges Rousse Art Project in Miyagi":
The technical term for this effect is anamorphosis. Anamorphic illusions are some of the best examples of visual trickery out there, but large-scale ones – like Rousse’s, or Swiss artist Felice Varini’s – are simply stunning.
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