mockturtle (hellblazer06) wrote,

My tweets

  • Sun, 19:07: RT @whatgrandmawore: 1795-1799 block printed @V_and_A gown, with sewing completed around 1810. The fabric on this gown is a blend of Indian…
  • Sun, 19:15: RT @RobGMacfarlane: Words of the day: "smoot-hole", "smout hole" - gap built into the base of a dry-stone wall to allow free passage of har…
  • Sun, 19:16: RT @tomgauld: Some useful new words for readers... (My cartoon for yesterday’s @guardianreview)
  • Mon, 06:36: RT @AnneSerling: “We're developing a new citizenry. One that will be very selective about cereals and automobiles, but won't be able to th…
  • Mon, 06:58: RT @SPARCFIT: After WWII, fashion mags jumped on the desire for air travel. Here a Ceil Chapman coat takes center stage to accessories from…
  • Mon, 07:07: RT @ErnestMalley: Whilst 'Italians' is trending, lets just take a moment to recognise the truly fantastic 1932, sleek an…
  • Mon, 07:18: RT @JoeSimpsonArt: Awesome : 'This Guy Noticed Jigsaw Puzzle Companies Use The Same Patterns, So He Made Some Mashups'
  • Mon, 07:20: RT @stevewoodYYC: One very bad thing about scientific papers being behind paywalls is that (competing) pseudoscience isn’t behind paywalls,…
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