A man who flapped his arms about in a cemetery, making ghost noises within earshot of mourners visiting graves was fined and given a suspended prison sentence.
Anthony Stallard, 24, was reported to police after he was seen throwing himself backwards and saying ‘wooooooh’ at Kingston Cemetery in his home town of Portsmouth, the city’s magistrates heard.
situated in heart of baltimore, spanish artist collective mmmm… creates a 14 foot tall permanent public art project and bus stop that includes three large sculptures forming the letters BUS. developed as part of the initiative transit, the typographic installation becomes a communal space and meeting area for social dialogue and interaction. measuring just over 7 feet wide, the urban furniture set-up is constructed primarily with wood and metal – the planks of timber are screwed onto steel structure, designed to support excess weight and simultaneously prevent vandalism.
It is a lovely warm August day outside, and I am wearing a green loose top. Does the second part of that sentence sound strange to you? Perhaps you think I should have written “loose green top.” You’re not wrong (though not entirely right, because descriptivist linguistics): An intuitive code governs the way English speakers order adjectives. The rules come so naturally to us that we rarely learn about them in school, but over the past few decades language nerds have been monitoring modifiers, grouping them into categories, and straining to find logic in how people instinctively rank those categories.
Doo doo doo, doo doo-doo doo…