TIME FOR A CAT PARTY
HUMAN DANCE WITH US
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A custom version of 2048, the addictive tile-matching game.
This game drives me insane.
I finally got the 2048 tile a week ago. My strat was to keep my high numbers together and the highest in the corner. I did it by picking a direction (north or south) and sticking with it, never going in the opposite direction. Keep that row filled up so that you can move all the other tiles left or right.
Still need to get the 4096 tile which will kill me
Thanks for the tips. I only started playing this tonight and it seems like it will take a while, so after exams I’ll be resuming. This and flipping a goat in the air.
- two songs
- two bands
- two actors
- two actresses
- two singers
- two movies
- two shows
The artwork of Valerie Hegarty born 1967 in Burlington, Vermont, USA almost seems to hover between two worlds: those of art and real life. Much of Hegarty’s work appears to begin with a classically styled piece of “fine art”: a still life painting, or presidential portrait for example. In some way, then, the real world begins to impose itself on the work. Some frames and stretchers begin growing branches and sprouting leaves. Other paintings are riddled with bullets or burnt by fire. The story inside the painting violently mingles with a story outside of it. The painted world and the lived world meet to tempestuous result. via Hi-Fructose
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if you were here right now i’d like to
- listen to rain with you in my arms
- make you some cookies
- spread out in a sunny field with you
- let you lay your head in my lap
- watch a movie or two with you and make dumb commentary the whole time
- play with your hair until you fall asleep
- hold your hand and count stars
- make you feel as wanted and loved as you deserve