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Misogyny by design?…


Famous women, in famous poses/settings, replaced by Ikea products…

Irony? Ignominy?  One can consider many more examples, then decide for oneself at I(KEA) GOT 99 PROBLEMS BUT A BITCH AIN’T ONE.

[TotH to the ever-illuminating Pop Loser]


As we reconsider interior design, we might recall that it was on this date in 1992 that a meteor streaked across the skies above the eastern U.S..  It broke up over Kentucky, and most of its mass was burned away on entry.  But the one piece known to have made it to earth fell onto a parked Chevy Mailbu in a Peekskill, N.Y. driveway, knocking out the car’s tail light.

That car– the only car known to have lost a tail light to a meteorite– tours the world to this day.

Michael Aponte explains to curious neighbors, Saturday, how a meteorite struck his girlfriend’s car and caused extensive damage. Aponte and his girlfriend Michelle Knapp were watching TV inside Knapp’s home when they heard a loud crash. When investigating they found a football-size meteorite embedded in the ground after it has passed through the trunk of the car. (AP Photo/Gannett Suburban/Stuart Bayer)



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October 9, 2012 at 1:01 am

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