no skirts tilted here, simon. i just have an affinity for old-timey visual tricks as opposed to the digital ones. they look realer and are tangible.
also, as the link you posted states: "Does it matter if you know how it works?"...nope.
Not to tilt your skirts, there, Kevin, but this has a logical explanation: http://www.sandlotscience.com/MysterySpots/Mystery_Spots_1.htm
Unlike my hatred for that tour guide.
"MUSIC Sometimes — it varies — I listen to music while I’m working. I have a machine that allows me to make loops of things. They come from anything. It can be four notes from classical or rock. It’s rarely more than da da da da da. I’ve used it in the theater too, with a counterrhythm."Show Less
a song to keep us warm
a bong to hit the floor
leeks on toast
blankets on the floor
and more crumbs
here's a sound.
wait 30 seconds
if you don't wait,
the answers will comeShow Less
if you haven't seen this guy's work, there's still time
his new piece - "Old-Fashioned Prostitutes (A True Romance)" - opens april 30 at the Public
i doubt the Public will have $20 tickets though...Show Less