Friday, September 22, 2017

The weekend read

Next time you ride into Washington, DC, learn this bit of local lore we like to share with tourists: We have lots of statues of generals on horseback, mostly of Civil War generals, mostly Union generals (by the by). Nearly all of them face toward the White House, no matter where they are in the city. So no matter who's in power, it can be said that if you're looking at a horse's ass, you're looking at the White House. Better ride on to my finds of the week, shared via @dontgetcaught on Twitter and don't get caught on Facebook, and curated here for you. Giddyup, weekend:
(Creative Commons licensed photo by Ian Sane, not of a statue in Washington.)

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