Tomorrow we're talking Vikings. Be here or be square....
here and square really don't rhyme properly, do they?
Also: What the heck, Texas? You're really going after Thomas Jefferson?!
And a very poorly scanned Thor, take two. I'm proud of the feathers. Pose stolen unashamedly from Olivier Coipel. Sorry it's so blurry.
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Monday, March 15, 2010
Posted by Amalia Dillin at 19:52
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The sketch looks great!ReplyDelete
Oh brother. Jefferson? Come on... I mean, I know I said I wasn't very interested in American history, but I do know Jefferson. You can't drop him for Calvin. That's just silly. Jefferson was an amazing person! It will be interesting (and probably a little sad) to see what is in the actual books.
Yeah. It blows my mind. Jefferson was essential to the early US. And thanks!ReplyDelete
Love the Viking sketch! And I SOOOO ditto your what the heck Texas question! :-)ReplyDelete
Come on, Texas, you're better than that!ReplyDelete
Another nice sketch. I'm not going to comment on Texas because my mother always told me If I can't be nice, I should keep my mouth shut, and this makes me very, very angry.ReplyDelete
Impressive picture! You're right to be proud of the feathers. I'm envious of your sketching skills.ReplyDelete
Also, I tried debating education policy with a friend of a friend. I decided it was futile when he came out as a fan of this Texas-sized foolishness.
Shannon, Sarah, VR, and Yuri: I wouldn't be so affronted if they weren't poised to impose it on 80% of the rest of the country. Maybe other states will shop for textbooks elsewhere? Or at least provide supplementary readings! Does anyone else feel like George Orwell's 1984 is starting to come true a bit later than anticipated?ReplyDelete
and thanks for the compliments on the sketch, guys! I'm really happy with how this one turned out :)