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Georgia Bulldogs mascot Uga V takes some time to chill. In 1990, the Seiler family became aware that Uga IV's mate was expecting only 10 days before the litter was due. This notice came a week after Uga IV had passed away at his home in Savannah from kidney failure. There were only three pups in the litter and the last one born on March 6 was the only solid white male - Uga V.
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'Logo a-gogo: designed by graphic artist Milton Glaser in 1977, this image sold the dream that is New York City throughout the 1980s and beyond (although commissioned for New York State)'
I heart NY - Milton Glaser - 1977 Esboç dibuixat en un mocador de paper, guixat amb el pintallavis de la seva dona
Milton Glaser es tal vez el representante más famoso de la escuela norteamericana de diseño gráfico. Su "I Love New York", comisionado por el estado de Nueva York en 1976, y actualizado luego del 11 de septiembre de 2002, ha sido considerado el logo más imitado en la historia de la humanidad.
50 Reasons why living in New York City is awesome - 7. Subway "prewalking," in which you walk to the exact right spot on the platform to board the train car that will save you the most time upon exit, exists and has a name. Gotta respect.
i love New York City!!! it's like the Hongkong of the west. i hope some day i could return to the big apple & explore more its every street & nook. plus get the chance to see Ed Westwick again.. it's a fun & lively city. shopper's haven!
Milton Glaser, fameux graphiste américain est le créateur du symbole "I Love New York". En tout et pour tout il a été rémunéré pour ce travail 2000 dollars US. Et s'en estime satisfait. Cette anecdote peu connue mérite de figurer dans ce tableau où je m'interroge sur la valeur de l'art aujourd'hui.
Have to share a little bit of where I'm from! #NewYork www.diamondeceptions.com
New York City is my favorite place ever
Hello, all! So I was thinking about what my next blog post would be, and I decided to go with something specifically related to NYC. As you know, New York City is the land of tourists. People come from far and wide to see our many landmarks, from the Empire State Building to the largest Macy’s in the world. And of course, we native New Yorkers can easily tell who’s a local and who’s a foreigner. How, you ask? Well, a trained eye can help you out with that one. And of course, there are a few tell-tale signs to look out for. You’ll know instantly that someone is a tourist if they... Take photos of random displays or objects I see people snapping pictures of things like the electronic traffic signals all the time, and I have to wonder, "Why do they want a photo of something so mundane? Are there no traffic signs in other parts of the country?" Ride the double-decker buses No native New Yorker rides in one of those things. Ever. Try the subway if you’re brave and/or don’t mind getting lost. It’s a whole lot faster. Buy or wear an I shirt Those little shops are specifically set up for tourists, and are way overpriced. If you want souvenirs to bring home, buy a New York Times paper. It’s a lot cheaper and screams New York more than a t-shirt does. Stand still in the middle of a busy sidewalk This is not only unusual, it’s also dangerous. (Do you want to get trampled?). Pedestrian traffic is very thick and very fast on New York’s busier streets. So make sure you just keep moving. Use a map NYC may have an intricate subway system, but any self-respecting New Yorker already has it memorized. Besides, burying your nose in a map will make you miss out on the beautiful (and often strange) scenery. Are easily shocked For most people, seeing public nudity (the Naked Cowboy, anyone?) or any number of out-of-the-ordinary behavior is enough to make heads turn and eyes bulge. But here in New York, we’ve seen it all. Nonchalance is our middle name, and nothing really shocks or disturbs us anymore. Tip street performers Maybe we’re a little jaded or maybe we’re just used to it, but this is one thing NYC-ers typically don’t do. It’s not that we don’t enjoy the music or dancing or acrobatic performance. It’s just that we see them everywhere. They haunt our subway stations and even perform on the trains. Seriously. So there you have it, folks. If you’re ever in the Big Apple, see if you can tell the difference between the New Yorkers and your fellow tourists. (And no, we here don’t usually say “folks.”). Until next week! Read my blog, LIKE me on Facebook and FOLLOW me on Twitter for more! --By Caitlin from Stream of Caitlinness