vince guaraldi trio // linus and lucy
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December 06, 2013, 8:02am
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The New Yorker - December 16, 2013 cover
The cover is entitled, “Madiba,” Mandela’s tribal name, and is the artwork of author and artist Kadir Nelson. Nelson, who has illustrated a children’s book on Mandela, told the New Yorker that he drew this cover to reflect a young Mandela “during the time that he was on trial with over a hundred of his comrades.”
"I wanted to make a simple and bold statement about Mandela and his life as a freedom fighter," he said. "The raised fist and the simple, stark palette reminded me of posters and anti-apartheid imagery of the nineteen-eighties. This painting is a tribute to the struggle for freedom from all forms of discrimination, and Nelson’s very prominent role as a leader in the anti-apartheid movement.”
December 06, 2013, 6:04am
Jingle Bells: Christmas, consumerism, and the conditioned response
Most everyone is familiar with Pavlov’s experiments with dogs. Scientists would ring a bell and feed the dogs. After a short time the dogs would drool just in hearing the bell with no food present.
What most people don’t know is in further experiments, scientists would present the conditioned dogs with food but no bell. The dogs not only refused to eat, but they would starve. To death.
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