And, yay, it's Friday. I think I heard a cold front is supposed to blast through here this weekend so the fog we have in Broward this morning might be the prelude to that cool down.
Here's your room temperature TGIF morning Sift...
A- Tropic of Mom takes the little one [and her camera] to this past weekend's Awesome Truck Day in Hollywood.
B- The police catch some burglary suspects in Obalesque's neighborhood but he isn't as happy for his neighbors as you might think.
So while I’m glad the cops got the creeps responsible for the crime, I’m sorely pissed that the thieves weren’t armed and didn’t aerate Caveman and C*ntwife [Ed.]. Or shish kabob a vital organ. Or cause heart failure, or better yet, a debilitating stroke that would have them sh*tting [Ed.] in diapers and drooling snot out their maws for the rest of their lives. Or at least beat the crap out of them, break some bones, and trash the house.C- Miamism posts a great picture that is sure to get your Friday off to a super start.
Nothing. Their property was even recovered from a neighbor’s yard.
Further proof there is no god — no one to pray to or worship.
D- Artlurker examines The Possibility of an Island exhibit at MOCA at Goldman Warehouse.
The success of the exhibition relies heavily upon on its poignancy. This poignancy exists because viewers can relate to the exhibitions overall theme and moreover because each artist involved empathized with that theme to a personal effect. Although formed from collective interrelated structures of succinct approximations what we see presented is a unified statement on the subject of contemporary and projected human society, its ambitions, problems and fears. To quote the exhibition brochure: “The Possibility of an Island takes French author Michel Houellebecq’s recent novel of the same title as its starting point. The exhibition poses existential questions in the face of an elusive future and explores the poetic and philosophical sides of science fiction.E- Discourse reports that the Zipcar fleet at UM has expanded.