Caricatures as Topic: Portraying in a critical or facetious way a real individual or group, or a figure representing a social, political, ethnic, or racial type. The effect is usually achieved through distortion or exaggeration of characteristics. (Genre Terms: A Thesaurus for Use in Rare Book and Special Collections Cataloguing, 2d ed)CaricaturesCartoons as Topic: Images used to comment on such things as contemporary events, social habits, or political trends; usually executed in a broad or abbreviated manner.Philately: Study of stamps or postal markings. It usually refers to the design and commemorative aspects of the stamp.Newspapers: Publications printed and distributed daily, weekly, or at some other regular and usually short interval, containing news, articles of opinion (as editorials and letters), features, advertising, and announcements of current interest. (Webster's 3d ed)NewsPublic Assistance: Financial assistance to impoverished persons for the essentials of living through federal, state or local government programs.Methomyl: A carbamate insecticide with anticholinesterase activity.Blood Coagulation Disorders: Hemorrhagic and thrombotic disorders that occur as a consequence of abnormalities in blood coagulation due to a variety of factors such as COAGULATION PROTEIN DISORDERS; BLOOD PLATELET DISORDERS; BLOOD PROTEIN DISORDERS or nutritional conditions.Mass Media: Instruments or technological means of communication that reach large numbers of people with a common message: press, radio, television, etc.United StatesAnt Venoms: Venoms from the superfamily Formicoidea, Ants. They may contain protein factors and toxins, histamine, enzymes, and alkaloids and are often allergenic or immunogenic.Police: Agents of the law charged with the responsibility of maintaining and enforcing law and order among the citizenry.Firefighters: Professional or volunteer members of a fire department who are trained to suppress fire and respond to related emergency.Disaster Planning: Procedures outlined for the care of casualties and the maintenance of services in disasters.FiresLove: Affection; in psychiatry commonly refers to pleasure, particularly as it applies to gratifying experiences between individuals.Hematemesis: Vomiting of blood that is either fresh bright red, or older "coffee-ground" in character. It generally indicates bleeding of the UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT.Motion Pictures as Topic: The art, technique, or business of producing motion pictures for entertainment, propaganda, or instruction.Astronomy: The science concerned with celestial bodies and the observation and interpretation of the radiation received in the vicinity of the earth from the component parts of the universe (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 5th ed)Hypericum: Genus of perennial plants in the family CLUSIACEAE (sometimes classified as Hypericaceae). Herbal and homeopathic preparations are used for depression, neuralgias, and a variety of other conditions. 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These materials include dental plasters and cements, metallic oxide pastes, silicone base materials, or elastomeric materials.Clathrin: The main structural coat protein of COATED VESICLES which play a key role in the intracellular transport between membranous organelles. Each molecule of clathrin consists of three light chains (CLATHRIN LIGHT CHAINS) and three heavy chains (CLATHRIN HEAVY CHAINS) that form a structure called a triskelion. Clathrin also interacts with cytoskeletal proteins.Social Media: Platforms that provide the ability and tools to create and publish information accessed via the INTERNET. Generally these platforms have three characteristics with content user generated, high degree of interaction between creator and viewer, and easily integrated with other sites.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Chromosome: An aberrant form of human CHROMOSOME 22 characterized by translocation of the distal end of chromosome 9 from 9q34, to the long arm of chromosome 22 at 22q11. It is present in the bone marrow cells of 80 to 90 per cent of patients with chronic myelocytic leukemia (LEUKEMIA, MYELOGENOUS, CHRONIC, BCR-ABL POSITIVE).Literature, ModernBlogging: Using an INTERNET based personal journal which may consist of reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks.Wit and Humor as Topic: The faculty of expressing the amusing, clever, or comical or the keen perception and cleverly apt expression of connections between ideas that awaken amusement and pleasure. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)Bible: The book composed of writings generally accepted by Christians as inspired by God and of divine authority. (Webster, 3d ed)Catholicism: The Christian faith, practice, or system of the Catholic Church, specifically the Roman Catholic, the Christian church that is characterized by a hierarchic structure of bishops and priests in which doctrinal and disciplinary authority are dependent upon apostolic succession, with the pope as head of the episcopal college. (From Webster, 3d ed; American Heritage Dictionary, 2d college ed)Clergy: Persons ordained for religious duties, who serve as leaders and perform religious services.Judaism: The religion of the Jews characterized by belief in one God and in the mission of the Jews to teach the Fatherhood of God as revealed in the Hebrew Scriptures. (Webster, 3d ed)Marriage: The social institution involving legal and/or religious sanction whereby individuals are joined together.Religion and Medicine: The interrelationship of medicine and religion.Christianity: The religion stemming from the life, teachings, and death of Jesus Christ: the religion that believes in God as the Father Almighty who works redemptively through the Holy Spirit for men's salvation and that affirms Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior who proclaimed to man the gospel of salvation. (From Webster, 3d ed)Self-Help Groups: Organizations which provide an environment encouraging social interactions through group activities or individual relationships especially for the purpose of rehabilitating or supporting patients, individuals with common health problems, or the elderly. They include therapeutic social clubs.Writing: The act or practice of literary composition, the occupation of writer, or producing or engaging in literary work as a profession.Dystonic Disorders: Acquired and inherited conditions that feature DYSTONIA as a primary manifestation of disease. These disorders are generally divided into generalized dystonias (e.g., dystonia musculorum deformans) and focal dystonias (e.g., writer's cramp). They are also classified by patterns of inheritance and by age of onset.HandwritingMuscle Cramp: A sustained and usually painful contraction of muscle fibers. This may occur as an isolated phenomenon or as a manifestation of an underlying disease process (e.g., UREMIA; HYPOTHYROIDISM; MOTOR NEURON DISEASE; etc.). (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p1398)Internet: A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.Lawyers: Persons whose profession is to give legal advice and assistance to clients and represent them in legal matters. (American Heritage Dictionary, 3d ed)Pseudotsuga: A plant genus in the family PINACEAE, order Pinales, class Pinopsida, division Coniferophyta. They are coniferous evergreen trees with long, flat, spirally arranged needles that grow directly from the branch.Douglas' Pouch: A sac or recess formed by a fold of the peritoneum.MassachusettsAdenosarcoma: A malignant neoplasm arising simultaneously or consecutively in mesodermal tissue and glandular epithelium of the same part. (Stedman, 25th ed)Weevils: BEETLES in the family Curculionidae and the largest family in the order COLEOPTERA. They have a markedly convex shape and many are considered pests.Interviews as Topic: Conversations with an individual or individuals held in order to obtain information about their background and other personal biographical data, their attitudes and opinions, etc. It includes school admission or job interviews.

Computer-enhanced emotion in facial expressions. (1/2)

Benson & Perrett's (1991 b) computer-based caricature procedure was used to alter the positions of anatomical landmarks in photographs of emotional facial expressions with respect to their locations in a reference norm face (e.g. a neutral expression). Exaggerating the differences between an expression and its norm produces caricatured images, whereas reducing the differences produces 'anti-caricatures'. Experiment 1 showed that caricatured (+50% different from neutral) expressions were recognized significantly faster than the veridical (0%, undistorted) expressions. This held for all six basic emotions from the Ekman & Friesen (1976) series, and the effect generalized across different posers. For experiment 2, caricatured (+50%) and anti-caricatured (-50%) images were prepared using two types of reference norm; a neutral-expression norm, which would be optimal if facial expression recognition involves monitoring changes in the positioning of underlying facial muscles, and a perceptually-based norm involving an average of the expressions of six basic emotions (excluding neutral) in the Ekman & Friesen (1976) series. The results showed that the caricatured images were identified significantly faster, and the anti-caricatured images significantly slower, than the veridical expressions. Furthermore, the neutral-expression and average-expression norm caricatures produced the same pattern of results.  (+info)

The image and advocacy of public health in American caricature and cartoons from 1860 to 1900. (2/2)

The decades just before and after the founding of the American Public Health Association in 1872 saw an efflorescence of political cartooning and caricature in national-circulation weeklies. Part of the political and social critique that cartoonists and their editors provided the public focused on needs or opportunities for preventing illness and accidents. This paper presents a small selection of editorial cartoons that agitated in support of public health activities over 4 decades. The goals are to illustrate several concerns that rose to national prominence in that era, to examine the kinds of imagery that newspapers and magazine editors offered their readers, and to observe how frequently the public was encouraged to see politicians and commercial interests as responsible for preventable health problems. This discussion focuses exclusively on propagandistic images, leaving aside the reportorial depictions of events in the news and the neutral illustrations of methods and machines in scientific and technical publications.  (+info)

Excellent! These are my favorite. I bookmarked the "caricatures vs undertures" post. Im a caricature artist discontent with the state of caricatures today. Seems like everyone is imitating someone who is better and more famous. One of the reasons I read your blog is because you stress fundamentals and skill over superficial design and blandness. I love your caricatures because they are funny. The things you said about some animators/cartoonists drawing realistic to get respect as "real" artists goes for caricature artists too, and some just exaggerate for no good reason. Its something Im working on getting rid of in me. No pretentiousness, just fun. Cant wait to read more of your theories on caricatures. ...
Caricature exaggeration systems, engines, and methods create a drawing of a facial image, compare relationships among facial features in the drawing to corresponding relationships in facial images and corresponding caricatures in a database, and automatically exaggerate at least one relationship among facial features in the drawing based on the facial images and the corresponding caricatures in the database.
The discussed period is typified by the high point of caricature as the most topical genre of art because very different artists participated in decisive historical events of that time. The article gives an outline of the major themes, differing individual styles of artists, their means of expression, etc. The term 'caricature' is derived from Italian word caricare, meaning 'to heap', 'to exaggerate'. Its task is to unmask contradictions of social phenomena, relationships, human conduct and character in a peculiar manner. Caricature exaggerates and distorts external features, revealing the inner truth. The article deals with particular examples from periodicals because their quantity and quality significantly increased on the threshold of the 20th century. Thanks to the development of printing industry and spread of liberal ideas, political and satirical publications helped to change the public opinion. As periodicals reached wide audience and had deep influence, ...
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Since you started your blog, pretty much, Ive been on a sort of caricature journey... something clicked when I saw your caricatures, and Marlos... Something happened to me... I suddenly started seeing more in faces... more distinct weirdness that I really needed to extract. I feel like I can see a million different grades of peculiarity and uniqueness in even one face, and as I feel I get a handle on the drawing, I see still more... possibilities multiply and it can seem sort of infinite and make me giddy... and Im only just getting started in really following this logic through to its culminations ...
Caricatures of Tetrahymena based on the ASSET spice module drawn by students in Mrs. Mayers 5th grade class at Northeast Elementary, Ithaca, New York. Students designed experiments that tested the reaction of living Tetahymena to a wide variety of spices, monitoring whether the cells were attracted to, repelled from, or neutral to each spice. After making their observations, students were invited to use their imaginations and draw caricatures of what they observed through the microscope. The results are awesome examples of science meeting art!. ...
Caricatures of Tetrahymena based on the ASSET spice module drawn by students in Mrs. Mayers 5th grade class at Northeast Elementary, Ithaca, New York. Students designed experiments that tested the reaction of living Tetahymena to a wide variety of spices, monitoring whether the cells were attracted to, repelled from, or neutral to each spice. After making their observations, students were invited to use their imaginations and draw caricatures of what they observed through the microscope. The results are awesome examples of science meeting art!. ...
Having a caricature painted of yourself can be a fun and exciting experience. Thats because just about everyone has wondered, at some point, what they would look like as a cartoon or as an...
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This caricature may allude to the Seven-League Boots, which enable the wearer to take enormous strides as in Le Petit Pouchet (Hop o My Thumb), a fairy tale written by Charles Perrault (1628-1703 ...
Friel tells a long joke involving a breached calf appearing to have run into the back of the mother cow, presumably to illustrate that looking at some issue from the wrong angle can lead to wrong conclusions. He then questions the entire field of cosmology by declaring that the idea that Nothing became Something to become Everything is absurd. The problem is, hes correct, but in the wrong way. Cosmologists state that the Big Bang theory is not a creation event but rather an expansion event--the entire contents of the universe were compacted into a single point which then expanded, cooled, and condensed into the stars and galaxies we know today. As far back as we can observe, there has always been Something. What happened before the Big Bang is still being explored. Cosmologists dont know--not with certainty, for sure--but Friel doesnt know either. To say that Nothing became Something is a caricature, just like Friel caricatures of Evolution, and caricatures are all too easy to disprove ...
Do you have a mental health-related hero? Maybe its your favorite psychotherapist. Or your brother with PTSD. Or your Psych 101 instructor ...
You may, like me, have seen the cover of the 14th of July New Yorker depicting a Barack Obama as a Muslim and Michelle Obama as a terrorist, with a portrait of Osama Bin Laden on the wall and an American flag burning in the fireplace, and understood that the intention was to satirize not them but the rumours against them, and nevertheless have felt this could not but backfire. In an article. published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, and subtitled "Cognition studies clash with New Yorker rationale" Harvard psychologist Mahzarin Banaji explains why it is so:. I am, as are most others in my social class, an emphatic defender of the arts as a primary vehicle to irritate, aggravate, and offend. I have been trained to step back and rethink my reaction to that which jolts and nauseates me. I know that, in such moments especially, I must look within for a possible inability to transcend ingrained values. For that reason, and because we who read The Chronicle are likely to be among the staunchest ...
Why do you feel that a libertarian society cannot offer social protections? The number of people who *cannot* support themselves is fairly tiny, and I think you have to be a fairly mean=spirited person to say these people have to be abandoned by the state (which operates, libertarian or not, by and for the people) and dependent on private charity. And when the majority of people are actually quite happy for the state to be the primary agent of care for these especially disadvantaged people, I think youve run out of argument, frankly, for small government == minimal expenditure. You can have a small, efficient government that spends a ton of money, if thats whats warranted. Like I said, a libertarian government should start from the assumption that people are able and healthy. But not all are, and there is no wrong or harm in providing social care to meet actual needs ...
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And then theres these animals called "Pugs": previously I always had nothing but disdain and pity for these freakishly funny furballs. Then not too long ago I personally met one, and have since theorized the psychological basis for my instinctual revulsion to them: theres a sort of a resentment at being forced to feel so damn sorry for them, coupled with their desperate, insatiable need for affection. Also, as it tried to hump my leg while I was conducting a phone interview with a search committee, I discovered another trait for this species - the absolute impossibility of "calming one down." As in any attempt to shush up a Pug starts up an exponentially escalating feedback cycle not unlike the meltdown of a very small and hairy nuclear reactor core. The main lesson I took away from that experience, and from this drawing, was to approach Life in the same manner as a Pug: have fun and hump away no matter how ridiculous the world thinks you look doing it ...
July 9, 2001) MONTREAL -- The Black Coalition of Quebec has demanded an apology from organizers of the Montreal International Jazz Festival for a poster that it considers racist. The small but vocal group is promoting a product boycott of Jazz Fest sponsor La Brasserie Labatt, the Quebec arm of Labatt Breweries.. The poster is a caricature of a black man with thick lips wearing African clothing playing drums on bottle caps of Labatt Bleue beer bottles. Produced by Omnicom Groups BBDO Montreal, it is used on billboards, posters and pamphlets during the Jazz Fest currently under way. (the promotion also features a caricature of a white man using a beer bottle as a cello.). Dan Philip, the coalitions president, said the ad regarding the black man is obscene and humiliating.. The Center for Research-Action on Race Relations (CRARR) -- a much bigger and long-established organization that defends minorities and specializes in research, education, litigation and training on anti-racism -- has been ...
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Publi loccasion du bicentenaire de la naissance de Daumier, louvrage aborde les diff rents aspects de sa carri re et de son travail de caricaturiste et de journaliste de presse observant et commentant la vie politique et les faits de soci t du XIXe si cle.
Publi loccasion du bicentenaire de la naissance de Daumier, louvrage aborde les diff rents aspects de sa carri re et de son travail de caricaturiste et de journaliste de presse observant et commentant la vie politique et les faits de soci t du XIXe si cle.
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Anyways, despite it being a picnic, we ate lunch, fed the kids too - better to take well-fed kids especially when the event starts after their usual lunch hours! So, we arrived there in time, got our tags and walked up to the pavilion. Pup noticed that familiar faces (to him) were missing, so he promptly walked to the crates of beer to help himself with some familiar taste. The girls found some pebbles and started collecting them and arranging them on the picnic tables. I made small talk to some of my colleagues, grabbed some iced-tea and took the girls over to the caricature artist. T1 got hers done early on and went miniature-golfing with daddy, while I waited with T2, who unable to sit in line kept losing her spot. She was more excited to see the artist in action anyways. She was totally mesmerized at the artists work! Then the artist suggested I should sit in line and hold her place. Not wanting to miss getting her caricature done after having waited over an hour, I paid heed. Good thing I ...
Executive summary: Caricaturist and satirist. French caricaturist and painter, born at Marseilles. He showed in his earliest youth an irresistible inclination towards the artistic profession, which his father vainly tried to check by placing him first with a huissier, and subsequently with a bookseller. Having mastered the technique of lithography, Daumier started his artistic career by producing plates for music publishers, and illustrations for advertisements; these were followed by anonymous work for publishers, in which he followed the style of Charlet and displayed considerable enthusiasm for the Napoleonic legend. When, in the reign of Louis-Philippe, Philipon launched the comic journal, La Caricature, Daumier joined its staff, which included such powerful artists as Dev ria, Raffet and Grandville, and started upon his pictorial campaign of scathing satire upon the foibles of the bourgeoisie, the corruption of the law and the incompetence of a blundering government. His caricature of the ...
I completed a series of drawings in exchange for a weekend stay in Richmond, California. They were done precisely to specifications. The commission was completed a bit late, and one of the cats, who had been on his last leg, had since passed away. He became the kitty ghost in the drawing below ...
虽然说我还不至于这么老3可是我确实认同她这一番话》经得起的时间的考验的歌曲都是好歌3始终觉得以前的歌曲朗朗上口3现在的听了就忘记3就算同一歌手如张学友与刘德华等3昔日的的叱咤风云已不复再3除了天时地利3相信歌曲是主要原因》也许你会认为当时的歌曲太商业化3但听众往往记得的就是这些歌曲3高格调的需要时间的磨炼3经得起考验的就成为经典3经不起的就被淡忘3歌手的演艺前途也往下滑》始终相信歌红人红3人红后可把歌带红3歌不红3长久下去3人就不红》有实力的歌手也得碰上好歌3才能延续其演艺事业3无实力的3碰上好歌会一炮而红3过后碰不上好歌就成为一片之星3一糜不振》这其中当然不能全部抹杀天时地利人和的因素 ...
In practice it was difficult to transfer the infant technology into African spaces where long distances, high altitude, and weather extremes were significant obstacles. Imperial discourses of adventure and conquest resurfaced. Notions of superiority and caricatures of civilisation and backwardness re-appeared in connection with the new class of aeromobile British citizens and expatriates. Africans, for their part, were variously amazed and phlegmatic about the new mobility they serviced as aircraft cleaners and re-fuelers, airfield labourers, and occasional rescuers of passengers and crews after aircraft accidents in remote places. Africans spoke of white mans madness. They used biblical and avian references to comprehend flight; their mechanical innocence made them figures of fun. African people, customs and speech were used as counterpoints for caricatures of modernity associated with flying.. African skies and landing grounds were an important testing ground for the design and ...
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For those that want it, the extended version of the film from 2002 is here, intentionally in the 1.66:1 widescreen rather than the 1.85:1 used on the past discs, as that would more accurately reflect the IMAX ratio. This would use the same DCP as the original theatrical, but with the included cosmetic changes: Human Again and its modified backgrounds. The original DVD commentary would be here, mainly since it was made for this version of the film and addresses it several times. Accompanying it would be a legacy commentary by the alternative-narrative authors for the books and film. The Annotated Sketchbook repurposes the 2002 commentary by showcasing artwork and/or commentary-specific caricatures that help illustrate the discussion. Think about the Telestrator commentary thats been used on some DVD releases of The Simpsons and on the Blu-Ray for Nick and Norahs Infinite Playlist. Because this is the 2002 presentation of the film, it includes the IMAX trailers, along with the Lilo & ...
Various of the critics have cited small people - ie children - as one good point about the ballet: that the bright colours and the strong and obvious caricatures appeal to a very young audience. Unfortunately, the five and six-year olds who were my companions for the evening expected something more traditional. Of course, what is traditional to a five year old is hard to plot. But since it was their first big night out at the ballet, I think they expected something more soft and classical. They were full of the Sugar Plum Fairy when they came out. They did not like what Clara was wearing - the psychedelic colours did not go down well ...
My first knee-jerk reaction was that I didnt like Watchmen. Oh, I understood why it received the kudos it did, and why its still adored today by so many ardent fans of the genre, but it left me frustrated and irritated. The flashback format, the fact that there seems to be a whole lot of telling rather than showing in terms of actual storytelling. The impotence of the characters to really do anything about anything at all in the end. Im reading about these idiots why? The flawed super hero archetype that is almost caricature now; the fact that the Comedian is damn near off-stage the entire time? Puh-leese. Ive read sci fi thats done the whole nuclear war schtick better, and the hoax that saves the world, all of it. Ive seen these tropes done better--or at least, done differently and more effectively for my palate ...
In the 1980s, when the communist rulers in Poland still believed the old system could be saved, somebody came up with an idea for how to solve the problem of shortages of food and other goods in Polish stores. At that time most of the consumer sector was administered by the national monopoly company, "Spolem". An official whose name has been rightly forgotten by history suggested splitting Spolem into two different companies who would compete with each other. The principles of communist economy would be saved but perhaps a bit of rivalry between two companies strictly observing the rules set by the ruling Polish United Workers Party could help to ease market scarcities. To some real reformists, this seemed from the beginning like a caricature of the market economy ...
A Special Resource Report:. Regarding life, conditions, and hope on the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota (Sioux) Reservation of SD. The Arrogance of Ignorance;. Hidden Away, Out of Sight and Out of Mind. By Stephanie M. Schwartz, Freelance Writer, Member, Native American Journalists Association. October 15, 2006 Brighton, Colorado. This is an article of facts about the lives of modern-day American Indians, a topic most mainstream American news organizations will not discuss. It is not a plea for charity. It is not a promotion for non-profit organizations. It is not aimed for pity. It is not even an effort to detail cause and effect. It is, however, an effort to dispel ignorance . a massive, pervasive, societal ignorance filled with illusions and caricatures which, ultimately, serve only to corrupt the intelligence and decent intent of the average mainstream citizen. Only through knowledge and understanding can solutions be found. But facts must be known first. Then, it is the reader s choice what to do ...
Anyway The Family Tree is best when its doing the childhood reminiscences from suburban-provincial England in the 1970s, its very sharp about class stuff and about what it was like to be a girl (there are no boys, somehow, in this book!) in that time and place. The novels first-person voice is also appealing, though I felt Cadwalladrs strengths are more as an observer than as a sentence-writer per se. The present-day story of the narrators relationship with her husband falls a bit flat, he is too much the caricature of the unfeeling scientist. ("He sounded like a voiceover on a BBC2 documentary," Rebecca Monroe comments about her husband after one of his remarks; "Alistairs the only person I know who speaks in complete sentences." Only this means that while she tells us shes in love with him, we cant at all see why this should be the case, and the way he represents reason & she represents the emotions seems to me not just overly schematic but also of an earlier generation--part of the ...
1:35 overshadow thee. This marvelous work of God can be nothing less than direct creation. Some have suggested such quasi-naturalistic hypotheses as parthenogenesis or artificial insemination, or perhaps that the Holy Spirit somehow fertilized Marys naturally produced egg, but such stratagems could only caricature the amazing incarnation-the entrance of the omnipotent, omnipresent, eternal God of creation into finite human flesh. We cannot comprehend the mechanics of such a miracle; we can only believe Gods Word.. Click here for the list of Evidence for Creation Topics. « Previous Home Page Next » ...
What did you learn about cultural inequity through your exploration of racial representation in dolls? Through my exploration of this topic through research and creation, I learned that "progress" for equality isnt simple nor easy, as not all representation is accurate representation. The first black dolls openly sold on the market were extremely racist caricatures created for white amusement and cruelty. One of these dolls, the Golliwog, continues to be sold and distributed to this day. When black dolls were finally manufactured and introduced into the mainstream market, they lacked black features and culture; even the first black Barbie doll used a white mold. Just as we see our history textbooks whitewashed and the struggles of people of color erased, the struggle for doll representation is the same. I saw slave dolls sell on eBay with captions "cute doll for your kid to play with," and Golliwogs sold in stores as "fun playthings" with no one batting an eye. The doll industry is another ...
The cover illustration includes a caricature of a Native American woman and a Native American man.; This song includes pidgin English as spoken by Native Americans, intended for comic effect ...
Americans need to unlearn prison and relearn life behind bars, but not because prison reform is a growing national dialogue: bandwagons produce hot exhaust already. We need to be reeducated because our understanding of the poor coping skills, pressure, and PTSD faced by those emerging from detention has been the stuff of movie jokes for as long as any of us can remember. Mutated by Hollywood and put off by unpleasantness, most Americans cant get past convict caricatures to see key subtleties that must become part of our awareness. And I do mean ours: taxpayers, you, me, and Law-abiding Larry - not just the social workers we usually leave to resolve issues of recycling vs. redirecting.. Following my own successful parole, I never expected to become a prison commentator or a conveyor belt of questions about confinement, but I can never seem to escape the little strings in life that lead back to my experiences behind bars. Each one returns me to lessons learned "inside" that now take civilian form ...
From The Comics Journal #104 (January 1986). Of all the underground artists, few seem as simultaneously linked to their moment yet transcendently funny as "Flippy" Skip Williamson. With his flat-blacks and obsessive crosshatching, his broadly self-reflective caricatures, Williamsons combination of Kurtzman-inspired cartoonery, hallucinogenic political analysis, and midwestem moralizing made him the ideal reporter of Life in the Hog Butcher circa 68-74. The most political of underground humorists (in the most thuggishly political of American cities), Williamson began as just another fanboy artist in the days of many Mad-imitation fanzines, gravitated to the Chicago alternative press (first in Jay Lynchs short-lived magazine Chicago Mirror, later in the Seed plus sundry Yippie-edited papers), then joined forces with Lynch and R. Crumb in producing Bijou #1, one of the earliest, longest-running undergrounds.. Williamsons underground style, steeped in Art Deco flatness and crammed with ...
Terri Albano summed up the Republican narrative in PeoplesWorld.org: "Instead of Wall Street/corporate greed, Republicans say government programs are the cause of unemployment and poverty, vilifying, through racist caricatures, programs that have social value."xv. The message that comes through is that you -- i.e. you the Republican audience, you the employed "middle class" white hard-working voter, -- face rising taxes, your children will have to pay a crippling government debt, and the country is going to the dogs, all because of runaway government spending for generous benefits that support people -- especially Black people -- too lazy to work. That message certainly came through in Romneys recent statements implying poor people, with their safety net, are doing at least as well as "middle class" Americans.xvi Gingrich fired back by calling the safety net a spider web that "traps people in dependency." xvii. These lies can be, have been, and should continue to be answered point by point. But ...
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by Mick Smith (Willowstaff) The Standard would appear to be self explanatory and a blue print for the ideal specimen, however it is open to interpretation and as a result a variety of types according to peoples preferences occur. Variations are inevitable but exaggeration to the detriment of the breed must be avoided, particularly with respect to health and functionality. Rather than go through the Standard in detail clause by clause - because these are in essence self explanatory - I will describe the features I look for in a Stafford in accordance with my interpretation of the Standard. Misinterpretation of the Standard and the emphasis on a number of features have over time produced a caricature of the original animal on which the Standard was based (i.e. Jim the Dandy). "Great Strength for Size" has been taken too literally and although a Stafford should be robust, they should not be heavy/cloddy. In essence, a Stafford should be balanced with an athletic outline. The old timers I am sure ...
Sure, the woman was a sad stereotype. The whiny mother who chooses to do it all for her child but whines about it the whole time. Ive got news for you, she who has not written a blog post, a tweet, an update on Facebook, or even sat over coffee with her girlfriends and complained about her kids with a tinge of whine while professing her love for her offspring can throw the first stone. We whine sometimes. We complain. And thats okay. Were allowed because this mothering thing is damn hard work and if we didnt whine wed be hitting the wine by 10am every morning. But stereotypes dont appear from thin air, they are based in reality and then bastardized and lampooned and turned into caricatures of the originator. But they begin somewhere. The ad agency who took that and ran with it ought to be ashamed of themselves to trivialize what I see to be a strength, in that we can allow ourselves, unlike our mothers and their mothers before them, to show our weaknesses. To admit that we want our pain, ...
CM just called me back yall, hes fine just a little oldtimers lapse.. I reiterated to him what he already knows, that while we have fun with our comedy and caricatures, some of the targets of it are by definition unstable. And since he like me makes no attempt to hide, you never know. He seems to have lost a large collection of shooty stuff in a murky lake near here in a freak boating accident, and while that happened to me too a while back (go figure!) since I was in the biz for many years, tools are available if God forbid it came to that.. Anyway, hes fine and we want to keep him that way as he is a rare treasure for us like-minded folks, and good son that he is he visits an old friend of his Dads not far from me, hope to touch base with him soon, that should be fun.. Thanks, Chris, keep on keepin on!. ...
As a reformed charismatic who takes both Gods Word and Spirit seriously as you clearly do not (e.g. rejecting 1Cor 14:39 just for starters), as Ive previously shown, I understand where theyre coming from as you never will unless you repent of your sad violation of 1Thess 5:19 you sadly dont even realize you reject; prayerfully being cold instead of lukewarm so theres greater hope. The pathetic caricatures and irrational spleen venting in misrepresentations are of course plentiful as common for Pyromaniacs (heat without light, contrary to 1John 1:5-7), but the serious engagement with the actual position is of course absent (it took me about a minute to scan the sad screed, though reading 1K wpm helps). What irony that you would so greedily grab at the manifestly unstable testimony of someone who allegedly espoused "the view" in order to attack it, so hopeless is your own nonsense, reminiscent of the "James White is a hypercalvinist" John 3:16 synergism conference where a wretched ...
As a reformed charismatic who takes both Gods Word and Spirit seriously as you clearly do not (e.g. rejecting 1Cor 14:39 just for starters), as Ive previously shown, I understand where theyre coming from as you never will unless you repent of your sad violation of 1Thess 5:19 you sadly dont even realize you reject; prayerfully being cold instead of lukewarm so theres greater hope. The pathetic caricatures and irrational spleen venting in misrepresentations are of course plentiful as common for Pyromaniacs (heat without light, contrary to 1John 1:5-7), but the serious engagement with the actual position is of course absent (it took me about a minute to scan the sad screed, though reading 1K wpm helps). What irony that you would so greedily grab at the manifestly unstable testimony of someone who allegedly espoused "the view" in order to attack it, so hopeless is your own nonsense, reminiscent of the "James White is a hypercalvinist" John 3:16 synergism conference where a wretched ...
CM just called me back yall, hes fine just a little oldtimers lapse.. I reiterated to him what he already knows, that while we have fun with our comedy and caricatures, some of the targets of it are by definition unstable. And since he like me makes no attempt to hide, you never know. He seems to have lost a large collection of shooty stuff in a murky lake near here in a freak boating accident, and while that happened to me too a while back (go figure!) since I was in the biz for many years, tools are available if God forbid it came to that.. Anyway, hes fine and we want to keep him that way as he is a rare treasure for us like-minded folks, and good son that he is he visits an old friend of his Dads not far from me, hope to touch base with him soon, that should be fun.. Thanks, Chris, keep on keepin on!. ...
At the age of 17 he was enrolled as a student in the Technical School in Utrecht. He was expelled through no fault of his own without matriculating. Because of this he was unable to sit university examinations. One of his classmates is said to have drawn a caricature of a teacher and failed to own up. Röntgen seems to have been a troublemaker in class and probably the obvious person for the teacher to blame. All his school reports showed excellent marks, although, ironically, with the exception of physics.. Röntgen qualified at the age of 23 as a mechanical engineer from the Polytecnikum in Zurich. His experimental attitude and unusual qualities were noticed by August Kundt, Professor of Physics in Zurich, who gave him a place in his laboratory. In 1869 he received his PhD. In 1870 Kundt became Professor of Physics in Würzburg in Bavaria. He wanted Röntgen, who was his assistant, to become a member of the faculty but the university refused because he lacked the requisite training in ...
Vuillard frequently painted interior scenes, usually of women in a workplace, at home, or in a garden. The womens faces and features are rarely the center of attention; the painting were dominated by the bold patterns of the costumes, the wallpaper, carpets, and furnishings. He wrote in his journal in 1890, "In the decoration of an apartment, and overly-precise subject can easily become intolerable. One might less quickly get tired of a textile, or drawings without too much literal precision."[25] He also to preferred populate his interiors with women. As he wrote in his journal in 1894, "When my attention is directed toward men, I see only gross caricatures...I never feel so with women, where I always find the means to isolate a few elements which satisfy me as a painter. Its not that men are uglier than women, theyre only so in my imagination."[26]. He painted a series of paintings of seamstresses in the workshop of a dressmaker, based on the workshop of his mother. In La Robe  Ramages ...
Queenie" (Miranda Richardson) is a caricature of the historical figure Queen Elizabeth I of England featured in Blackadder II. Though she is only twice referred to as "Queenie" in the series, this name is commonly used by the general public.[9][10][11] In contrast to the usual regal and austere depiction of Elizabeth I, Miranda Richardsons portrayal is childish, spoiled and silly, possessing a fiery temper.[12] Amanda Barries portrayal of Cleopatra in the 1964 film Carry on Cleo as a childish seductress has been suggested as an inspiration for Richardsons interpretation of Elizabeth I.[13] It has been remarked that Queenie closely resembles the character Violet Elizabeth Bott featured in the Just William books of Richmal Crompton. In Blackadders Christmas Carol Richardson appears as Queenie and the future Queen Asphyxia. In Blackadder: Back & Forth she appears as present day Lady Elizabeth and Queenie. Queenies immature behaviour is expressed in her desire to "get squiffy and seduce nobles" ...
by johnny_automatic - uploaded on December 5, 2007, 5:31 am Caricature, the Wit & Humor of a Nation in Picture, Song & Story, 1911 ...
Now, what kind of responsible journalist, or commentator, for that matter, would even consider such an action, except to continue to shape opinion about this figure? In his article (which you can read if you really want to give him the traffic), he makes some other (predictable) snide comments about Sarah Palin. That is the meme, after all - she is to be derided, demeaned, and ridiculed at every step, dontcha know, lest anyone start to take her seriously as a potential candidate. We cannot have THAT, after all. Rather than straight reporting, or basing commentary on, oh, I dont know, lets say, FACTS, now we just make shit up as if the person said or did it, then attack him/her for it mercilessly until the person become a mere caricature, and should anyone else still actually like them, they are nothing but a bunch of ignorant gun-totin hayseeds who likely dont have a row to hoe anyway, so who cares what they think? Stupid heads ...
Dont get me wrong. I do feel sorry for Desiree Jennings, whether her dystonia is psychogenic (by far the most likely possibility) or not (far less likely based on the videos of her movements that have been circulating on television and online), whether it was caused by vaccines (incredibly unlikely) or not (the most likely scenario). "Psychogenic" does not mean she is crazy or mentally ill, and does not mean she is faking, although the anti-vaccine loons who point to her as "evidence" that the flu vaccine is harmful will almost certainly caricature this argument as a heartless dismissal of her symptoms as her "faking." It also does not mean that she can control her motions. The mind is very powerful, and she is likely not even consciously aware of what is going on. Moreover, I am not trying to diagnose her. Im not a neurologist. However, as others have pointed out, she has placed herself in the public domain, and videos of her movements and interviews with her are being circulated far and wide ...
And its a good read. The plotting is, as they say, brisk, the writing unmistakably le Carre. So whats not to like? Well, the characters, for one. Our hero, Tommy Brue, is a le Carre stock character, the almost washed-up, 60-year-old Brit trying to live up to, or live down, the legacy of his dad. The love interest, Annabel, is further evidence that le Carre is constitutionally incapable of creating a compelling female character. OK, he still has the remaining 50 percent of the human race to work with, right? Wrong: the hapless victim of this intrigue, a Chechen named Issa, is himself a crude caricature ...
As Christians the world over Friday commemorate the passion and crucifixion of their Lord, it may be a good moment to reflect on the caricature that has come to dominate public treatment of Americas predominant faith.
The complete website covering Daumiers lithographic work, announcing the Daumier Register work catalogue. Examples of caricatures, bibliography, exhibitions, series, fakes, collections and museums.
Abortion is a very broad term. The pro-life contingent would like you to think it only applies to selfish, irresponsible women, murdering babies out of fear of inconvenience. Thats a caricature they have invented to push their own agenda. Many of the women who seek out abortions are women who have been raped, who have learned that their child could not survive, have learned that giving birth could physically and permanently harm them. Or, thanks to newer and vaguer language, women who have already lost the life they were carrying, and need intervention to save their own. I was one of the latter. I hope I will be lucky enough to never be again. But if I am, I hope the insurers dont force me to carry that fetus until I medically harm myself, all for the sake of saying that they do not cover abortion services. ...
The Mystery of Jacoby Ellsbury, Drood : Like an unfinished Charles Dickens novel the life of the Red Sox centerfielder has taken on caricature and hyperbole during the 2012 season With a few games left in the season Ellsbury was yanked from the lineup for several games No one was ta
In shedding the caricature of a conservative pundit, Colbert can have more substantive conversations with his guests, while still employing his unique brand of satire.
Muslim anger flared over Charlie Hebdos latest caricature of the Prophet Muhammad, with four people reported killed at a protest Friday in Niger.
JCs French is maladroit and full of inaccuracies, yet he speaks it in a fast pace with exaggerated intonation using a movie-like prosody and posing as a typical caricature of a French man. His French vocabulary is reduced and he commits several grammatical errors but he does not speak grammelot or gibberish and never inserts Italian terms in his French sentences. He uses French to communicate with everybody who is prepared to listen; he speaks French with his bewildered Italian relatives, with his hospital inmates, with the consultants; he spoke French even in front of the befuddled Committee deciding on his pension scheme. He claims that he cannot but speak in French, he believes that he is thinking in French and he longs to watch French movies (which he never watched before), buys French food, reads French magazines and seldom French books, but he writes only in Italian. He shows no irritation if people do not understand him when he speaks in French ...
I saw this on TCM a few days ago. Id seen it before, but watched it again. I dont think it was a successful adaptation (it was too literal and all the gold filters on the camera didnt help), but the biggest drawback was the clash of acting styles: Studio-professional Liz, method actor Brando, less mannered but still method Julie Harris, and naturalistic Brian Keith (youre right-- his presence here is a saving grace). Also, at this point, Liz was segueing into a more matronly look, but movies continued to treat her as if she still looked like Maggie the Cat. Finally, that awful gay caricature of the Filipino houseboy is offensive on so many levels--although Im sure the filmmakers thought they were being bold presenting such an obvious character. Apparently, it was a troubled production and there is a book about the making of the film, but I dont have my trusty book journal with me right now, because I have it written down as a tbr if I can ever find it. ...
I do not (any more) verbally edit the books I read aloud to my children (9, 10, 11 and 14). I include Pas racist views on Indians when reading the Little House books, I read Rudyard Kiplings caption under one of the illustrations for "How the Leopard Got His Spots" ("The Ethiopian was really a negro, and so his name was Sambo."), I dont skip over the caricatures of Jews that appear in the work of E. Nesbit and - and I find this comes up most often - I read all the slighting commentary about the abilities, interests and expectations of girls that appears again and again in any book written before about 1975 ...
Emily Yoffe is wildly fun but wildly distorts. At its best, her writing provides witty entertainment, and at its worst, her writing fails to address the nuance of the original query and instead lambastes useless caricatures.. The parents state: "On the plus side, he has chosen to be an automobile technician, is very capable at it, and makes good money." Clearly, then, these parents arent spending sleepless nights wringing their hands over merely his job, or as Yoffe puts it imaginatively to argue her case with ease, his failure to pursue an inane academic degree that would keep him in hoity-toity good graces. In fact, theres absolutely nothing to suggest that these parents are elitists insisting upon a son who would do them proud during the business-card swapping portion of cocktail parties.. No, their concern needs to be situated more wholly, and lets start with the plain truths that the son is clearly overweight and eating unhealthfully despite a very, very serious medical condition and ...
When Trevor Noah took over "The Daily Show" at the end of September, critics mostly responded with ambivalence. They knew replacing Jon Stewart would require patience, but many were still lukewarm to Noahs early episodes.. The Disappointing Shallowness of Trevor Noahs Daily Show read a headline from a December review on The Awls comedy-focused blog, Splitsider. "Noah seems to trade in caricatures of politicians and nothing more," read a negative ...
Paco Zarco is a Spanish illustrator and comic artist. He has created characters for computer games, storyboards, caricatures and comics, such as Peritonitis, El Héroe Definitivo and Manual de creación del Perfecto SuperHéroe, both published by BoxxPress.
Ronald SearleRonald William Fordham Searle, CBE (1920-2011)Equally inspired by a wide range of experience and a great knowledge of the history of caricature, Ro
Minnesota artist specializing in illustrations and caricatures. Store, gallery, blog, biography, client list and contact details.
by Ben Ryder Howe, and is another memoir ( Im sorry but I just prefer the true stories). Howe is a self-described WASP from Boston who went to boarding school and edits at the very prestigious and quirky Paris Review under George Plimpton. Howe has married into a traditional Korean family and his ambitious and fabulously educated lawyer wife wants to repay her familys sacrifices for her by helping her mother open a Korean deli in Brooklyn. The premise sold me immediately and the fact that the book is literary and hilarious at the same time kept me hooked. This book is fantastic and just darling. Its a well rounded piece of writing, with Howe switching back and forth between the two opposite worlds he inhabits - the Paris Review and the deli. What I loved about My Korean Deli was the way Howe wrote kindly of those around him when he so easily could have diminished everyone into caricatures and stereotypes. Yes the people in his world are funny and strange and often exasperating, but they are ...
And while the sphere of roadcycling seems far removed from transportational advocacy, the same basic theme arises - see, for instance, Bike Shop Girls "The Bike Industry Needs More Women Like Liz Hatch". When speaking to Felt Bicycles later in the day, the question of colour and graphics came up as well. When I commented on the dark violet hue of Felts new womens road model, the representative explained how difficult it is to develop a colour scheme for womens lines of bikes. On the one hand, there is now a great deal of criticism hurled at anything pink, pastel or flowery. On the other hand, gender-neutral colour schemes dont sell as well. Women want something feminine, but not too feminine. They do not want a caricature of "girl bike," but they do want it distinguished from the mens models. I have heard exactly the same thing from the manufacturers of athletic cycling clothing. There is now almost a stigma to producing a womens jersey with any trace of the colour pink or flowers on it. ...
Multiple baby sitters are always nearby; the clan gathers for several meals weekly at one house or another; and movie- and sports-watching nights often take place in the commodious cinema in the basement of Bobbys home. Theres a big projection screen, thunderous audio, a theater-size popcorn machine and functional, megawatt klieg lamps once used in moviemaking - though now for show, not illumination. Posters from old movies hang in frames, printed on foam to improve the rooms acoustics.. Old Hollywood inspires Bobby, from the style and décor of his home to the people he knows to his familys Albany restaurant, the Brown Derby. It is modeled after the Tinseltown namesake, complete with authentic, decades-old celebrity caricatures from the originals walls. "I love everything about that period," says Bobby.. ...
By Colette Bouchez, HealthScoutNews Reporter. HealthScoutNews -- She gets a tooth pulled, then drives herself home, makes dinner for four, does the laundry and helps the kids with their homework.. He gets a tooth pulled and his universe slams to a halt, as he waits for the pain to go away.. Caricatures? Sure. But the debate over who can really stand more pain has been one of the more interesting battles of the sexes, spanning generations.. Now, however, new research is bringing that battle into a whole new arena, with strong evidence that the traditionally "weaker" sex may be hardier after all.. "I think men have always secretly suspected that in order to go through childbirth a woman has to be pretty tough. Now we have some new science to back up the idea that women may be better able to cope with pain than men -- at least during certain periods of their life," says Dr. James N. Dillard, author of the The Chronic Pain Solution and an assistant clinical professor at Columbia University College ...
TL;DR: Near-death experiences are electrical surge in the dying brain? ...But dude, what does it all mean? We often think of death as flipping a switch: one minute youre there, next all lights go out. But this is a simple caricature of the dying process: sparks of activity still linger in the brains of those…
So many lies in one single bundle! The infamous Nixonian politician who was happily crying "dibs on Iraq" the very evening of the 9/11 false flag attacks, now blames his and Cheneys marionette Bush Jr. for it. But the really big lie is in the second part: the USA and allies have been organizing, financing and directing every single relevant Sunni Islamist extremist organization: Al Qaeda first of all but now also its offshoot the grotesque caricature called Islamic State ...
Harvey What?! The Harvey Wallbanger is a glorified Screwdriver. Not to say it isnt delicious because it is.. Its origins are speculated by many but really unknown.. Three-time world champ mixologist, Donato Duke Antone claims to have invented this drink in 1952. He named the drink after a surfer, Tom Harvey, who frequented his bar, the now-defunct Black Watch Bar in Los Angeles.. Or perhaps it was George Bednar, an employee of McKessons Imports Company, who promoted Galliano. Bednar hired an artist, possibly one, Bill Young, to design a surfer caricature with the slogan, Harvey Wallbanger is the name. And I can be made!". They also promoted another slogan, "Fond of things Italiano? Try a sip of Galliano.". Lucky for whoever invented it, the drink caught on for beach goers.. An interesting tidbit of information, not necessarily related to the Harvey Wallbanger, finds John McKesson and Charles Olcott as the founders of McKessons in 1833 New York City. It began in the production of therapeutic ...
WARNING: RATED NOT FUNNY Alright. Silat. Through a selection of quotes from the archives and technique videos, im going to draw two conclusions about silat: 1: Theres quite a bit of exoticism in silat that noone seems to have noticed. We have quite a bit of Check out the deadly cannibal arts of the little brown people that reduces indonesians to a caricature in the western mind, rather than human beings. 2: The majority of silat techniques are sport legal and the claim that
This chapter offers a detailed examination of Sheridans much-celebrated speeches during the impeachment of Warren Hastings, former governor general of India, in 1787-8. It begins by reading the letters of Sir Gilbert Elliot, one of the junior managers of the trial, as well as the caricatures of William Dent, as a means of considering the ways in which the impeachments spectators and media framed and assessed Sheridans oratorical body and voice as distinctively tragic. The chapter then turns to the speeches themselves, arguing that Sheridan harnessed theatrical forms-quoting from Hamlet and drawing upon the tropes of eighteenth-century sentimental tragedy-in order to render the difficult issues of race, gender, and imperial agency legible for his metropolitan audience
If youre at all typical, you probably go for the reinforced conventional wisdom and cheap laughs. Which is fine, but gossiping about political issues on a blog is not politics. Its not activism. Like Freddie said, its a coffee klatsch. Its a way to gather with like-minded people and reassure yourselves that youre on the side of the angels, unlike all those benighted heathens over there. Its a mutual admiration and handjob society. If someone from "the other side" actually did show up to attempt to argue a point, you or your comrades would almost certainly shout at him to scare him off, or youd insist on reducing him to a cartoonish caricature, making it into a competition to see who could get in the most clever jab before running him off. Freddie likes to call this We Are All Already Decided, or something to that effect. Were not trying to convince any undecided bystanders or question any assumptions; weve long since made up our minds on everything important, and now were just preening ...
A collection of select sketches that span from this past October to February. I was preparing my portfolio for CTN from October to November, so most of the sketches were life drawings and variations of designs to be used on my business cards. Development on my personal stories has still progressed, as usual, and there was the occasional celebrity caricature, such as Robert Downey, Jr. and Benedict Cumberbatch. This past month, though, I have played Valves brilliant Portal series. Similar to the challenge I gave myself back in my My Little Pony post, I took a stab at designing some of the games characters in a more humanoid/android form. I have rarely worked with anything mechanical, so I really enjoy trying to keep the robotic qualities of characters in these more organic forms, yet making sure their wonderfully written personalities still show through ...
Give up? No, its not from some creationist tripe. This is actually from the Preface of a well respected book within evolutionary genetics: Susumu Ohnos Evolution by Gene Duplication published in 1970. Yes, even thirty five years ago evolutionary biologists did not need intelligent designers to tell them that natural selection is not the be all, end all of evolutionary forces. Weve known it all along, and without gene duplication (via retrotransposition, segmental duplication, and whole genome duplication) evolution would have ceased with the simplest of all prokaryotes. You see, its easy to attack a caricature of evolutionary theory consisting of only random mutation and natural selection, but thats just a straw man. Understanding evolution to any extent requires one to examine more than just the pop culture concept of Darwin. Natural selection on allelic mutations cannot explain much beyond within population variation and speciation; to truly appreciate the amazing diversity of life on ...
The inexhaustibly energetic John Leguizamos Sexaholix . . . a Love Story is one mans very funny sexual coming-of-age story, a raunchy, edgy whirlwind of a solo performance that takes him from childhood traumas and early lovers to the uncertainties of fatherhood. broad caricatures in Leguizamos trademark manic mastery, its an irreverent, often X-rated but ultimately touching homage to his own difficult dad. Downs new album title, A Bustle in Your Hedgerow, is straight out of Led Zeppelin, but the true forerunning sound of this Louisiana metal supergroup is the lumbering thrash of Black Sabbath. Members of Pantera, Corrosion of Conformity and other heavy-duty rock bands wade through the murky swamplands of their home state seeking the music of the primordial. 8 p.m. Sunday.
When the unhappy clerical worker consulted Dr. Manrico Troncelliti of Pennsylvanias Sacred Heart Hospital in Norristown, he seemed a veritable caricature of obesity. He was 5 ft. 2 in. tall...
[...] our first order of business is to fix it. Because this is about democracy, really. [...] the same constitution that gives protesters the right to peaceful assembly also created the electoral college that gave Trump the White House. [...] smashing windows in cities or burning flags on college campuses or staging walkouts at high schools wont change that. Sore losers protesting the democratic process are just as useless as hate-filled winners sneaking around towns painting swastikas and racist graffiti. Women in hijab reported having them yanked off in public, and a disturbing note to a Muslim elementary school teacher in Georgia told her to go hang herself with her head scarf. When young people respond to the outcome of this election by burning flags and walking out of class, they might be making themselves feel better. When black families found burning crosses on their lawns, protesters carried signs with nooses and racist caricatures and mobs burned him in effigy?
The French economist and businessman Michel Albert described two historical traditions from which the modern insurance industry originated. In London, English gentlemen would gather in Lloyds coffee house to speculate on the state of the world and the weather. They would gamble on the fate of ships. Meanwhile, in Swiss mountain villages, farmers might agree that if one of their cows died, the whole community would contribute to provide a replacement.. Although this is a caricature, it contains a large element of truth. Insurance is partly a market in securities, partly a mechanism for collective action; a means by which risks are traded, but also a means by which risks are socialised. Even today, mutual organisation is much more common in insurance than in most business activities, especially in continental Europe: the recent decline of mutuality is linked to the global spread of Anglo-American financial institutions.. The 18th century saw a degree of convergence between the traditions of ...
Lucifer, Vol. XVIII, No. 108, August, 1896, pp. 449-455.]. IDOLATRY. The outward form of idolatry is but a veil, concealing the one Truth, like the veil of the Saitic Goddess. Only that truth, being for the few, escapes the majority. To the pious profane, the veil recovers a celestial locality thickly peopled with divine beings, dwarfs and giants, good and wicked powers, all of whom are no better than human caricatures. Yet, while for the great majority the space behind the veil is really impenetrable - if it would but confess the real state of its mind - those, endowed with the third eye (the eye of Shiva), discern in the Cimmerian darkness and chaos a light in whose intense radiance all shape born of human conception disappears, leaving the all-informing divine PRESENCE, to be felt - not seen; sensed - never expressed.. A charming allegory translated from an old Sanskrit manuscript illustrates this idea admirably:. Toward the close of the Pralaya (the intermediate period between two ...
Of course we owe this account to a Christian, but it is hard to imagine anyone would write these words unless either (1) the guards really did report that somebody had stolen the body, or at least (2) some of the Jews claimed that the guards had said this. Now people do not usually make up, entirely out of whole cloth, arguments against their own position to respond to. Maybe they unfairly caricature them as strawmen, but usually they are responding to real people. So it seems historically very probable that there was in fact some kind of anti-Resurrection testimony to this effect.. It is a separate question whether this anti-Resurrection testimony, as we have it, is at all plausible. It does nicely undercut the independence of (b) and (c) by postulating that the nefarious disciples conspired to produce both effects, even if their motivations at this stage would be obscure. But, we can expect that the guards would have been severely punished for sleeping on duty, especially if all of them slept ...
The Florida Gators have unveiled new Gator-themed uniforms for this weekends game against Texas A&M and they are disgusting . That seems...*too* unique, especially for a school like Florida with an iconic blue, orange, and white color scheme. Amitabh was accompanied by his family members including Jaya Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Shweta Nanda, Navya Naveli Nanda and Aaradhya Bachchan. The "Star of the Millenium" actor has been trending all over the twitter and all other social sites since early morning with wishes from Prime Minister to every corner of the nation and overseas. He drew another much appreciated caricature last month paying tributes to legendary singer, Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar, on her birthday. "I pray for his long and healthy life", Modi tweeted. Anybody who has glanced through his profile would know the Big B format of Tweets and pictures and on his 75th birthday, fans have been getting inspired by these pictures and tweets and are coming up with ...
The real source of the argument, it seems to me, is expressed right at the outset by Laland et al.: "mainstream evolutionary theory has come to focus almost exclusively on genetic inheritance and processes that change gene frequencies". Im not sure that this is true, although for good reason this is certainly a major focus - perhaps the major one - of the field. Wray et al. regard this as a caricature, but I think that what Laland et al. are complaining about here is what I wanted to highlight too: not so much the way most evolutionary biologists think, but how evolutionary biology is perceived from the outside. Part of the reason for that predominant "popular" focus on genes is due (ironically, given what it is actually revealing) to the genomics revolution itself, not least because we were promised that this was going to answer every question about who we are and where we came from. But of course, the popular notion that evolution is simply a process of natural selection among genes was well ...
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He stressed that his answer must be contingent [with, from, by, upon] receiving assurance that no member of the ministry be subjected [with, to, by, for] accusations of frivolity and general silliness nor would they be the subject [from, of, over, to] derisive mimicry including, but not limited to, verses, songs, chants, effigies, hand-puppetry, or other forms of demeaning comedic caricature.. Boadicea retorted that, though some ministers had diverged [on, in, from, for] the original fatuous agenda, in her opinion, complete reconciliation [with, over, by, onto] the Society for Conscientious Deferential Irreverence was unlikely, as five skits, a float, three song cycles, and a short oratorio had already been composed and that significant progress had been made [around, in, on, by] costumes, scenery, and props, including a life-sized replica of a very baffled looking diplodocus.. Uncle Cuthbert interpreted Boadiceas response as the harbinger [of, for, from, over] a raucous and tumultuous weekend ...
Yeah, I could see that shirt being caricature. But he lives that shirt…[laughs]. Jody Hill: [laughs] He pulls it off. My dad, hes going to love it, hes always making jokes about that role. I just told him what to do and he just went out there and said it.. I want to ask you, though, your parents, I mean how supportive are they of you, now and then, because your sense of humor, its out there. Its awesome, but…. Jody Hill: Theyre really supportive, man. I mean, we make all of this fucked up stuff, but theyre supportive. Both of my parents were on the set of Observe & Report for a few weeks; they were there every day when we were shooting Foot Fist Way. And even during the TV show, they came down for a couple weeks. I mean, it might sound really weird; but you know, Dannys parents are the same way. I dont know what it is [laughs] but were always like, "What are our parents going to think?" But Eastbound & Down, Im sure you saw it, it was a really weird family atmosphere [on the set]. ...
is undoubtedly an African sort of portray, named by its founder Edward Said Tingatinga. They are historically created on masonite, employing bicycle paint. They can be incredibly vacationer-oriented, Meaning theyre normally tiny, for simple transport, and are made so they attract Europeans and Us residents (for example, wild fauna and the big 5- lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and cape buffalo). These paintings are now being referred to as the two naïve and even more within the caricature side, humorous and sarcastic. Tingatinga paintings are often energetic colors with a black history, quite satisfying to the eye, However they dont have any messages to present or imitate ...
Whether its Toms counterpart, Jerry, or perhaps the most iconic Disney caricature, Mickey Mouse, mice have often been characterized in popular culture as cute creatures with adorable traits. As a result, certain stereotypes come to mind instantly when thinking of mice.. Action Pest is here to debunk some of the myths about mice for you.. Firstly, the popular nursery rhyme, Three Blind Mice, has brought with it an assumption that mice have poor eyesight.. This one isnt completely a myth. Mice dont have the best vision in the animal kingdom, and theyre even colour blind to some extent. However, theyre able to see their surroundings up to 2 feet around themselves and can sense motion nearly 50 feet away. With their ability for great running speed, this means they can escape danger fairly quickly. Their whiskers also help them to sense their physical surroundings, especially in darkness. Ultimately, considering their small size and a decent sense of surroundings, their lack of impeccable ...
Chair: Barry Sharpe, Mars Hill University. Michael Schwartz and Debra Comer, "Ethics of Victimhood: A Moral Argument Using Fictional Figures from Different Sides of the Border". Kimberly Peer, "The Painter and the Cameraman: Using Art as a Pedagogical Strategy to Encourage Differing Perspectives in Ethical Decision-making". Louis Tietje and Steven Cresap, "Pedagogical Caricature and Political Education: How to Teach a Contested Concept". 4B. Libertarianism, Communitarianism, Rights and Duties ...
the only reason anyone would conclude that the material universe is all that exists is due to a prior commitment to this particular epistemological theory". I would unhesitatingly mark down an undergraduate essay that contained this line. Not because of its content but its poor style of argumentation. It is typical of the kind of sweeping, unevidenced statement that we discourage students from using. It portrays a caricature, off-the-assembly line unthinking atheist so beloved of too many theists. Really Allistair, "the only reason"? In some neuroscience research, you only need to test one individual subject that displays a certain ability to know that it is a statistical certainty that she will not be unique. There will be others like her. Well, Im the individual who doesnt fit your theoretical mold. I do not know if philosophical naturalism is true; but this is a completely separate issue to my atheism (more on this later). But it certainly seems to be so, and the evidence in its favour is ...
Professor Jameson is quite right that during the present period we must work to protect younger radical faculty from discriminatory dismissal. To do so we need not only responsible liberal principles but job openings, for those unemployed as well as those as yet without tenure. Hence the need for a united front to change national priorities which I spoke for in my review.. His letter does not cheer me about the prospects for such a coalition. It was not I but Ohmanns book that implied incompatibility between awareness of our exploitative society and teaching "the radical potential in literature," by its caricature of English in America as nothing but "New Criticism" solipsism and composition-handbook sophistry. I brought up Jamesons excellent study of Marxist theory as an example of radical thinking actually alive in our literary study-and in PMLA. I was writing about Ohmanns book; Richard Ohmann himself obviously does not need Professor Jameson held up as an example.. Now Jameson repeats ...
Kaputnik was a self-caricature. Berg also caricatured his colleagues whenever he drew gags based around an office. Chief editor ... Later he just used various topics for each installment. The series had no recurring characters, except for the hypochondriac ... Originally Berg would take an omnibus topic (such as "Noise", "Spectators", or "Dog Owners") and deliver approximately 15 short ... "The Lighter Side of..." gently satirized everyday topics such as medicine, office life, parties, marriage, psychiatry, shopping ...
... who focused on financial topics; José Maria Eça de Queiroz (1845-1900), who employed realism and irony in his fiction to make ... points in political economy; and Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro with his biting caricatures of pompous politicians. Writers often ...
The topic of swill milk was also well exposed in pamphlets and caricatures of the time. In May 1858, Frank Leslie's Illustrated ...
It included caricatures, jokes and humorous verses and short stories. Among its many writers, editors, and illustrators were ... The pre-1939 version was known of its right-wing, nationalistic, xenophobic topics. The level of the humor was rather low; ... While mucha means "fly" in Polish, actually the magazine was named after a daredevil acrobat Antoni Mucha, whose caricatures ...
We won't have women readers...' It sought 'bright articles on current male topics'. Humour was at the heart of the title, ... Covers were initially text-only, then carried caricatures of famous people and photographs in the late 1950s. It published ...
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Topics range from arguments for the death penalty and laments for the decline of the BBC among other developments of which ... The cover depicts a caricature of Tony Blair stating "I can't understand why these young people don't respect the past".. ...
The topic is the Finding in the Temple episode from Jesus' childhood, found in the Gospel of Luke. The character at the left of ... Jesus is a true caricature, perhaps inspired by one of Leonardo da Vinci's drawings seen by Dürer. The man in the lower right ...
... caricatured by figure 1A). The phylogeny of hepatitis B virus (caricatured by figure 1B) instead reflects a viral population ... Indeed, contrasting patterns of viral genetic variation within and between hosts has been an active topic in phylodynamic ... The rapid early growth of HIV-1 in Central Africa is reflected in the star-like phylogenies of the virus (caricatured in figure ... The phylogenies of measles and rabies virus (caricatured by figure 2A) illustrate viruses with strong spatial structure. These ...
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In later years, he dropped the one-topic approach. Berg often included caricatures of his own family-headed by his cranky ... Berg would take an omnibus topic (such as "Noise," "Spectators" or "Dog Owners") and deliver approximately 15 short multi-panel ...
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The book is accompanied by seventeen copperplate engravings of unknown provenance to illustrate topics addressed by Knox. The ... "the animals are near caricatures and the human subjects are obviously based on more familiar European models." The non-English ...
Bee's articles related the "Canadian view point" on topics, such as "We have media in Canada, too!". Stephen Colbert gives ... and includes a chapter caricaturing stereotypical American views of the rest of the world. People affiliated with The Daily ... heavily biased viewpoints on topics such as Warren G. Harding (who is often considered one of the worst American presidents). ...
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... a cartoon featuring a conservative man working in an office in which everyone else is a liberal caricature. Hollywood Helping ... segments where a guest presents generally accepted information about a topic, and that information is treated as far-fetched by ...
One topic that it frequently covered, however, was affairs between wealthy men and their female servants. The Satirist also ... It also attacked Tory politics and published caricatures of its targets, reserving special disdain for the Duke of Cumberland ...
... producing 300 humorous drawings and political caricatures to accompany the mundane, political topics of the day and the texts ... Seymour is known for his illustrations of the works of Charles Dickens and for his caricatures. Seymour was born in Somerset, ... They appear to be more simple caricature observations whereas Mr Pickwick appears to be drawn more sharply into a strong visual ... Learning to etch on the newly fashionable steel-plates, Seymour then first began to specialize in caricatures and other ...
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The covers at first had details of well-known artworks, and later had original sketches and caricatures by Richard Kimmel and ... Special programs made exclusively for WNIB included "Collector's Showcase" which presented 78 rpm discs and featured a topic or ...
... and the image of the two men together was a topic for caricature by the political cartoonists of the time. Saul Solomon was ...
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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Editorial. KEYWORDS: hbo; hollyweirdleft; pope Navigation: use the links below to view more comments. ... Somehow, the Christians are always caricatured, and the Muslims are never touched. So how brave are these godless showrunners? ...
A character is a caricature." ~ Earnest Hemingway. The Discussion. Even in the world of fanfiction, we supplement our plots and ... June 2014s Topic: Rewrites. More than a half, maybe as much as two-thirds of my life as a writer is rewriting. I wouldnt say ... August 2014s Topic: Perception vs. Intent. Have something to say, and say it as clearly as you can. That is the only secret. ... July 2014s Topic: Original Characters. "When writing a novel a writer should create living people; people not characters. ...
Kaputnik was a self-caricature. Berg also caricatured his colleagues whenever he drew gags based around an office. Chief editor ... Later he just used various topics for each installment. The series had no recurring characters, except for the hypochondriac ... Originally Berg would take an omnibus topic (such as "Noise", "Spectators", or "Dog Owners") and deliver approximately 15 short ... "The Lighter Side of..." gently satirized everyday topics such as medicine, office life, parties, marriage, psychiatry, shopping ...
Study questions and discussion topics based on important themes running throughout White Shark by Peter Benchley. Great ... Dickens was a great novelist despite his sentimentality and despite many characters that are almost caricatures. ...
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I often tell them to check your blog about topics you post on.. And you just got to make one of those blanketed statements ... CARICATURE. A caricature is a drawing that is based on observation of somethings specific distinct features. A caricature ... These caricatures are by Marlo Meekins. She really has a gift for this ability.. When you caricature, you have to abandon your ... My attempts at caricatures always end up too rigid/photographish/not caricatures as much as line-drawing portraits. Like this. ...
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Popularized, the character Jim Crow and his stage counterpart Zip Coon-an urban dandy from the North-caricatured African ... Topic overview. In the 1890s, poll taxes and literacy tests succeeded in disenfranchising all but a handful of southern blacks ... The insidious Jim Crow caricature of the Negro became a powerful barrier to legal and social equality. ...
Random , RSS feed , Titles , Authors , Topics , Latest entries , Mobile , Add a new text ... This parody of the possible is a caricature. Rather, this means that time-spaces become works of art and that former art ... Topics: community organizing, dialectics, grassroots organizaing, libertarian marxism, Marxism, municipalism, revolution, right ... Art brings cases and examples of appropriate topics: of temporal qualities inscribed in spaces. Music shows how expression ...
  • In May 1880 La Caricature published a cartoon of Sarah Bernhardt's planned trip to the USA, making fun of her thin figure, her grandiose opinion of her importance, and the public view of her epic battles with adversity. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bee's articles related the "Canadian view point" on topics, such as "We have media in Canada, too! (wikipedia.org)
  • This was followed by a stint for Autosport for a cartoon now known as "Bamber's view", specialising mostly in topics related to Formula One. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 2016, her work covered international topics including Brexit, the attack on the Bacha Khan University attack and Stop Violence Against Women. (wikipedia.org)
  • Some were crude caricatures, while others were paintings on military topics or popular photos, presented with an explanation of an event, a quote from the works of Vladimir Lenin or Joseph Stalin, or a poetic comment. (wikipedia.org)
  • One topic of debate has been the genre to which the work belongs. (bookrags.com)
  • The work of young artists such as Ferdinand Bac, Caran d'Ache and Louis Morin was published in La Caricature. (wikipedia.org)
  • Two examples: Politeness is a key theme in this paper, yet Levinson and Brown's classic work on that topic goes unmentioned. (cognitionandculture.net)
  • So does Pinker's work on the same topic, indirect questions in particular. (cognitionandculture.net)
  • Unlike that of Levinson, Dan Sperber's work is cited, but in a way that I found slightly caricatured-and with one omission. (cognitionandculture.net)
  • Much like the last caricature I did earlier in the year, there was a lot of preliminary work done behind the scenes, mostly in the form of seemingly endless attempts at somehow simplifying the characters without losing crucial attributes. (blogspot.com)
  • Despite the nature of his work, he admitted to self-censorship on some topics due to fears of prosecution, and noted that Facebook has deleted some of his posts in response to user reports, despite them not violating any rules. (wikipedia.org)
  • When asked about feminism's role in her work at a 2006 conference on the very topic, she claimed that she "doesn't think about feminism at all. (wikipedia.org)
  • Because of Hanson's caricature work, many characters are modelled after celebrities including Agent Number One and Agent Number Two, who were modelled after Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, respectively. (wikipedia.org)
  • Mel Ramos eroticises product presentation and its seductive promises and clich s, however without slipping into caricature or an offensive criticism of consumer aesthetics. (artbook.com)
  • Dickens was a great novelist despite his sentimentality and despite many characters that are almost caricatures. (bookrags.com)
  • Most of the LGP posters I'd like to meet in real life are the characters (and caricatures) that populate the PDT. (letsgopens.com)
  • This is quite off topic, but I just stumbled across a blog featuring some really great scans of old ViewMaster slides that depict very cool 3D sculptures of classic Hanna Barbara characters and others. (blogspot.com)
  • Oliver introduces the topic of tobacco smoking by showing video clips of "trusted newsmen, cartoon characters, and cowboys in TV commercials" who are smoking cigarettes. (wikipedia.org)
  • Apart from self-portraits, he also painted his mother, father, family, friends and pets, as well as large pastoral scenes with unreal characters and sometimes a few caricatures… He actually acquired some fame, although, living away from the art market, he did not try to become famous. (wikipedia.org)
  • What is the cartoonist's opinion about the topic portrayed in the cartoon? (firstladies.org)
  • Guy White: Closet Conservative - a cartoon featuring a conservative man working in an office in which everyone else is a liberal caricature. (wikipedia.org)
  • During his time as an illustrator, looking at a picture of Stig Blomqvist in his driver's overall and helmet, Bamber began to practice cartoon drawing of drivers in overalls and a full-face helmet, of whom Blomqvist was the first caricature drawn by Bamber. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Outstretched Hand" (1940) In this cartoon, Duffy's topic is Adolf Hitler and his brutality. (wikipedia.org)
  • From 1992 to 2001, Gravett was the director of the UK charity The Cartoon Art Trust, dedicated to preserving and promoting the best of British cartoon art and caricature and to establish a museum of cartoon art with gallery, archives and reference library. (wikipedia.org)
  • Since the trial was popular and a nationwide topic, Mencken took a staff from The Sun, including Duffy, to cover the trial. (wikipedia.org)
  • They can feature all sorts of varied topics like historical events, legendary figures or local agricultural products and cover anything from an entire continent to a college campus. (wikipedia.org)
  • The end credits sequence shows the protagonists (voiced by Gans and Register) chat and bicker together on topics irrelevant to the events of each episode, which was the only use of improvisation from the voice actors. (wikipedia.org)
  • The tendrils are stylized and include a caricature in the form of a human face in profile, just above and to the right of the last letter of the word "verlorn" (lost). (wikipedia.org)
  • The Society operates two divisions of RPS Publishing: The Pharmaceutical Press publishes textbooks on a wide range of topics in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences including the British National Formulary, the British National Formulary for Children and Martindale: The complete drug reference, PJ Publications publishes the weekly professional journal The Pharmaceutical Journal and the monthly Clinical Pharmacist. (wikipedia.org)
  • He taught a wider range of topics as his self-confidence grew, and he developed an interest in mathematics from the Forfar Academy maths master. (wikipedia.org)
  • Instead of being defensive and distracting from the topic at hand, try staying quiet for a while and actually listening to what the thousands upon thousands of women discussing this are saying. (wikipedia.org)
  • Popularized, the character Jim Crow and his stage counterpart Zip Coon - an urban dandy from the North - caricatured African Americans as foolish, dim, lazy, sneaky, incompetent, untrustworthy, dishonorable, and without the strength of character required to be an American citizen and white. (encyclopedia.com)
  • By 1988, his drivers' caricatures had evolved from a lanky goggle-eyed character to a dumpier version. (wikipedia.org)