LOL... hey, we should make a "peace sign" club, for gathering together various works of art that incorporate peace signs.
By the way, a friend of mine (David Annal) turned this particular peace sign into a Flash animation. You can see it here: [link]
He's a [link] tessellation artist, as I am. It SO bothers me (grin) that I was too dumb to notice that this object tessellates. He noticed loooong before I did.
Hehehe...that's definitely the best quote in the article.
2nd best quote:
"In 2005, Walter B. Jones, having arrived at the belief that the United States went to war 'with no justification', said of the 'freedom fries' episode: 'I wish it had never happened.' By July 2006, the House had quietly changed the name in all its restaurants back to the original 'French fries'.
Since the French were more right than the Americans about the invasion of Iraq, shouldn't the US Congress start naming MORE things "french"? Like, no more "danishes" or "italian dressing"-- let's eat FRENCHIES with French dressing... oops...we already have French dressing.
Do the Philippine languages have any examples of this kind of language-mangling?