Coloring next. I’ll add a little more fine-line details and probably use comic-book high-contrast style shadowing. I don’t think I’m going to draw in drum mics.
President Richard Nixon, like President Donald Trump, had his share of unwavering loyalists and supporters — and no matter how damning the Watergate scandal became in 1974, they refused to say a word against Nixon. Those Nixon loyalists, journalist Frank Rich stresses in an essay for New York Magazine, offer some valuable insights on what will ultimately befall Trump’s “toadies.”
RIP – I lost my uncle today. I’ve visited Georgia twice in the past 3.5 weeks, trying to do whatever he and my mother needed help with. I thought I’d get to see him one more time. I booked a third flight for next week, before hearing the terrible news. My Uncle Robert was a VERY honorable and hard working person. He taught me more than he probably knew.
It hurts a lot.
Netflix’s “best of” content rankings reek of bullshit. And based on Netflix’s own metrics for popularity, they are.
Today isn’t just a day to nurse your hangover from New Year’s Eve—it’s also a day to celebrate the public domain. Movies, books, music, and more from 1924 are all entering the public domain today, meaning that you’re free to download, upload, and share these titles however you see fit. And it’s completely legal.