Saturday, October 30, 2010
Found this Charlie Chaplin Time Traveller Video at this source
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Click for Maze Solution of capital F maze
Yonatan Frimer maze of a capital F, as part of the "Learn To A Maze" series to teach kids the alphabet by using psychedelic mazes. Maze entrance is in the upper left corner and maze exit is in the lower right corner.
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Maze of uppercase letter E:
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Maze of the letter E. To solve the maze, find the entrance in the upper left corner of the maze and the exit in the lower right corner of the maze. Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Maze of uppercase letter H:
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Maze of the letter H. To solve the maze, find the entrance in the upper left corner of the maze and the exit in the lower right corner of the maze. Created by Yonatan Frimer
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Justin Bieber Maze PortraitClick for Maze Solution of Justin Bieber Maze Portrait
Maze of Justin Bieber, the teenage pop-sensation that teenage girls go wild for. The maze starts in the upper left corner, and ends in the lower right. Should take you only a few minutes to solve this maze, which is also about how long it too Justin Bieber to become famous. Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Thursday, October 21, 2010
Click here for the Maze Solution of Upper-Case "X" Maze
Maze of the letter X, Upper-Case. This was a very complex maze to draw and I had to label the "bottom" of the maze to make sure I didn't draw it upsidedown! The maze entrance is in the upper left corner and the exit is in the lower right corner. X dazzles the maze, created by Yonatan Frimer
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Maze of the letter N - Upper-Case
Maze of an over-sized uppercase letter N. This maze takes advantage of certain properties of optical illusions to give the effect of lines continuing, when in fact, they are just a trick on your eye. Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Sunday, October 17, 2010
Maze of deer caught in the headlights
This is a maze of a deer caught in the headlights. The perpendicular lines that create the illusion of the deer are processed differently in the brain than a regular shape and you may find yourself thinking about this maze several times later on in the day. This is the mind attempting to process information that is common, but in a different way.
Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Thursday, October 7, 2010
King Kong of Mazes
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Friday, October 1, 2010
Maze cartoon by Yonatan Frimer of an empty movie theatre playing "peace in the middle east" and the audience exlaims, "haven't we seen this movie alread!"
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More on this maze cartoon's topic:
Middle East Peace Talks: Déjà Vu all over again all over again
Middle East peace talks to resolve the so-called Israeli-Palestinian crisis have been coming and going most of my adult life and I’m no spring chicken — free range or otherwise. And now here they are again! But this time, as opposed to all those other times, the AP’s Robert Burns informs us, “the stakes are high.” Well, yes… but maybe not in the way Burns intended.
What’s really going on here? Let’s do a thought experiment.
The last time a hopeful world got transfixed by this roundelay (although this time it might not be paying much attention anyway) was back at the tail end of the Clinton presidency when Bill was trying to untie this Gordian knot and win himself a Nobel Peace Prize. Those discussions began at Camp David in 2000 and dribbled on to Taba in early 2001 when it all went south with the Second Intifada and an Israeli election.
Tons of books and articles have been written about this, I’ve even read and forgotten a few, but I recall enough to know that a lot of ink was spilled about just what percentage of the Palestinian demands were acceded to by the Israelis. Some said as much as 98%, while others said more like 90, or maybe even a paltry 88.
Now here’s the thought experiment part. I’m assuming most of the readers here — in this case I’d wager 99% of you — have been in negotiations themselves. When you got 98% or even 88% of what you wanted, did you walk away and start a war… okay, just walk away? And if you did, why did you do that … when you were so close to making a deal? You could obviously hang around in negotiations and get most, if not all, of what you wanted....