Red Squirrel ShenanigansSo there was this red squirrel investigating a bike bag on campus. I thought, great, MSU has klepto-squirrels.More Like This
But that wasn't the case.
The squirrel hopped down to the ground, grabbed a pine cone, and then ran back up to the bike and hid the pine cone inside the bag!
He did this for around 4 minutes or so before I decided to head back to home.
I really wanted to see the owner's expression upon finding 30 pine cones in their bag.
Here's the video
CritiquesI'm going to take a brief break from the hiatus of Lessons from the Animals to talk about something that ever artist should be familiar with; critiques. Strangely, my idea to do this isn't actually related to this site, but from my real life interactions with photographers and artists alike. It just seems that lots of people don't understand how to give or receive critiques in a manner that will help the artist or themselves. So I thought it might be a good idea to go over what I feel makes a good critique and how I think an artist should use criticism to improve their art.More Like This
So let's talk about giving a critique. First, use constructive criticism. A good critique gives in depth feedback, you don't just say that you like or don't like something but you tell why you like or don't like something. This is constructive criticism, something that an artist can say "okay, this is why this is good and here's where to fix what is bad" and if you have knowledge on how to fix it; share that knowled
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Epcot (part 2): World Showcase
Mexico wasn't anything entirely spectacular, in England's mind anyway. There was a fairly cozy looking restaurant over looking the lake in the center of the World Showcase, filled with enthusiastic park visitors and employees. Across from this restaurant was a large "Aztec Temple", colored tan with accents of reds, blues, purples, and greens. Upon entering this building, one found himself in a large marketplace. While walking around, America's heart became attached to a warm blue poncho.
"Check it, Artie!! Cool, huh?"
"More like very warm "
After purchasing the item, England had to convince his American partner that it was much to hot to even think about wearing it around.
"I can deal!! If Russia can do it, why can't I?"
"DON'T- His name is Ivan. And I'm not entirely sure how he can do many of the things he does. In any case, I'm sure you are not impervious to heat exhaustion. Now give me that vile thing, so I can put it away." Arthur pulled the