Tuesday links

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amsterdam

  • Check out these pictures of all the cool stuff archeologists found at the bottom of a river in Amsterdam.
  • Love these examples of vintage fireworks packaging. (Dangerous Minds)
  • Godspeed, Elvis Costello. (Vulture)
  • Ugh. (The Cut)
  • These ancient ornamental “carpets” painted on city streets in France and Finland  are pretty gorgeous.

 

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    DeDe
    10 Jul 2018
    10:08am

    No no no no. Not Elvis Costello.

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    y.k.
    10 Jul 2018
    1:21pm

    In a year of horror, the breastfeeding/formula incident blew me away. Current administration doesn’t give a f about Ecuadorian babies dying of malnutrition/ bad formula , as long as their partner companies make a buck off them. Russia – Russia! had to straighten the situation.

    I will not read about Elvis Costello. Because he will be fine. He’s gotta be.

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      Mamavalveeta03
      11 Jul 2018
      1:47am

      I am in TOTAL agreement (and outrage) about the *rump Administation not giving a f about the benefits of breastfeeding in developing countries, especially since the U.S. is in “America only” mode.

      And the discovery of the relics in Amsterdam make me want to go back to school and become an archaeologist, my dream job. (One of them…my other dream job is to be a midwife.)

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    RebeccaNYC
    10 Jul 2018
    1:59pm

    I love the street carpets of Arthur-Louis Ignoré!! The 7th photo down is a street in “my village”(Sanilhac) in France, right next door to the little house I have rented for years and years. My big regret is not being there this year to see this!!!

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    Gablesgirl
    10 Jul 2018
    6:49pm

    My husband has traveled to Elvis concerts for about 30 years. This is such bummer news.

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    c.w.
    11 Jul 2018
    3:03pm

    I came across that Amsterdam link a few days ago and it is a deep wonderful rabbit hole.

    Elvis has prostate cancer which is highly curable if caught early. That’s the good news.

    The bad news is we still have an idiot in the WH. How can ANYONE attack breast feeding––talk about your news of the weird. And, yes, it’s probably another distraction so expect something powerful to explode all over the news.

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