April 8th, 2021

Carravaggio

My tweets

  • Wed, 14:02: RT @nma: Our curators are taking-over our Twitter this Friday 9 April to share some fascinating stories of women in the National Historical…
  • Wed, 17:45: RT @racheldharris_: Historical photo day 174! Woman poses in breakfast cereal aisle, Woolworths Supermarket, Double Bay, undated c.late 196…
  • Wed, 17:59: RT @theage: British comedian Bill Bailey has been visiting Australia and New Zealand for the past 25 years. It will come in handy for his n…
  • Wed, 18:53: (This could be interesting locally, especially with resumed cemeteries, e.g. Central and Town Hall, where they just dumped the remains.) Modern Crime-Solving Methods vs. the Mystery of World War II Deaths https://t.co/9uOc62NTzw
  • Wed, 19:34: RT @nationaltrust: On this day in 1770 the poet William Wordsworth was born. One of his most famous poems celebrates a vibrant spring flowe…
  • Wed, 19:46: RT @natlibscot: Whisky (Galore)
  • Wed, 20:24: https://t.co/0m7Cav8gu6
  • Wed, 20:32: My inbox. The bill for the new deck. The credit expiring on the hotel in Paris for that trip I never took and never will because deck $$. Working on my day off for $0. Tired of this.
  • Wed, 20:39: RT @Sergiofordy: Shall We Dance, 1937, directed by Mark Sandrich. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. "Let's Call The Whole Thing Off" musical…
  • Wed, 23:15: RT @Sotherans: when someone is up a high ladder holding a large book you are only ever a roll of the dice away from romantic comedy or mans…
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