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February 20 2019



The notoriously rigorous perfectionist Stanley Kubrick is the man behind such movies as “2001: A Space Odyssey”, “Clockwork Orange”, or “The Shining”. Yet despite being isolated and reclusive in his private life, the legendary filmmaker had a soft side. He really really loved animals. At one point in his life, there were 16 cats living at his home, a company that he enjoyed even in his working room. And that’s not all. Eventually, the animal collective expanded as he got himself 7 golden retrievers and 4 donkeys.
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First of all, not many people know that Pablo Picasso is just the short version of his full name, which is, actually Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso. For real.
But he became famous for being an unstoppable force wherever he went. He changed art forever, he was not discouraged by critics and he even was not scared when facing the Gestapo, the secret Nazi police. Yet he was unmovable in his daily life as well, because wherever he went, he carried a revolver, so that not many would dare to mess with this hot-tempered Spanish legend.
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The eccentric Mexican artist Frida Kahlo suffered from very poor health all her life, but from the way she lived, it’s sure that she was no ordinary mortal. What made her special, was her love for animals. She had many pets and most of them seemed like they belong either in the jungle, or one of her surrealistic paintings. She kept dogs, monkeys, parrots, hens and sparrows. She even had a fawn called Granizo and an eagle with a slightly different name – Gertrudis Caca Blanca. Which translates to Gertrude White Sh… Yeah, you know how it ends.
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That video is amazing! This image names some of the atmospheric phenomena in the video.
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The Emperor’s Corridor in the Czech Republic
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