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#CashCats

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#LastOneLeaving #OverMyGrave

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but, what do i know?— my peeps came over on the Lusitania, the Yarmouth, NS to Boston ferry, by longboat and land-bridge…
we are all just visitors…

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What is it that anytime the police are called to a fast food resturant, it’s always some disturbance about McNuggets?

What is it that anytime the police are called to a fast food resturant, it’s always some disturbance about McNuggets?

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Army brats are so clever…
[sadly, source unknown— if you find it, or a hi-res version, hit me up, please!]

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Original art.
The phrase, “μολὼν λαβέ”, was spoken by “King Leonidas I in response to the Persian army’s demand [led by Xerxes I] that the Spartans surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae [September or August, 480BC] . It is an exemplary use of a laconic phrase.” — Wikipedia

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Original art

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Adaption from cover of A Revelation of the Secret Spirit, Declaring the most concealed secret of Alchymie. Written first in Latin by an unknown author, but explained in Italian, by John Baptista Lambye, lately translated into English by R.N.E. Gentlemen. Printed by John Haviland for Henrie Skelton, and to be sold at his shop a little within All-gate, 1623.

Uses the freeware font Astro Gadgethttp://www.dafont.com/font.php?file=astro_gadget

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Psychic UltraCat — answers to “Loo” in this dimension.

Original art made for Ultraculture's Facebook page post.

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Anonymous, French, 18th century, Le Triomphe de la coquetterie. Etching and engraving, 18th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Source: http://marie-antoinettequeenoffrance.blogspot.com