doctorow at June 29th, 2014 01:01 — #1
catgrin at June 29th, 2014 01:11 — #2
A few years ago, a friend and I went to shoot at the Salton Sea. One place was splashed all over on the inside with pink and laid out everywhere were carefully arranged velveteen rabbits - also dipped into the paint.
boundegar at June 29th, 2014 05:39 — #3
I wonder what the ducks did to get rid of all the people.
tohogojira at June 29th, 2014 05:41 — #4
Obviously the words "filled with" have a different meaning in Cleveland.
euansmith at June 29th, 2014 06:54 — #5
Its a gosh darn Duckpocalypse!
adonai at June 29th, 2014 08:20 — #6
Oswald Cobblepot was not available for comment.
thorzdad at June 29th, 2014 09:13 — #7
As does the word "stunning".
acerplatanoides at June 29th, 2014 10:00 — #8
telecinese at June 29th, 2014 10:00 — #9
Good to know I wasn't the only one underwhelmed by the duck density. We're both jaded and full of imagination, each and every one.
This better approaches my mental 'filled with rubber ducks' threshold:
chris_grau at June 29th, 2014 15:03 — #10
"Stunning... and that's not all..." So Boing Boing is cool with b.s. click bait phrasing and hyperbole now?
bobo at June 29th, 2014 16:16 — #11
Oh... DUCKS! Read that wrong the first time, and was expecting a much more interesting picture...
timquinn at June 30th, 2014 01:26 — #12
This photographer had better not put them there himself or Errol Morris is going to tear him a new lens hole.
euansmith at June 30th, 2014 05:10 — #13
Weegee, the great photojournalist of New York in the 1930s and 40s was adamant that readers would want to see a dead guys hat in shot when photographing gangland killings. If the hat wasn't in the right place, he'd move it. If there was no hat around, Weegee would toss his own hat in to complete the composition. The camera never lies... but photographers usual do
euansmith at June 30th, 2014 05:12 — #14
I wonder if there was ever such a thing as a "rubber duck" or if they have always been plastic? Not enough to Google it, obviously
smashmartian at June 30th, 2014 05:22 — #15
Yep. A brief history and some nice patent illos here: http://rubberduckpond.com/history.htm
I wondered too.
euansmith at June 30th, 2014 08:22 — #16
Thanks for that. The 1933 Patent appears to show a goose being force fed to make Pâté de Foie Gras.
hellsdonuthouse at June 30th, 2014 11:15 — #17
Boing Boing headline writer latest victim of stunning virus
doctorow at July 4th, 2014 01:01 — #18
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