I can't think of anyone who has had a better year than the QR code. What a comeback.
— @GraceMulvey1 via @imajs
Her Weibo account in early November of her relationship with Mr. Zhang lasted for all of 20 minutes before Chinese censors erased it. But the news quickly spread online.
— Chris Buckley, "Chinese Tennis Player Denies Sexual Abuse Claim, Raising More Questions," The New York Times
I can't believe you have three sinks here.
— Isaac
It was nowhere near as thrilling as the sham battles I had watched as a boy at Van Cortlandt Park.
— William Yale via Scott Anderson, Lawrence in Arabia
It appears this earnest search of insight also had the effect of delaying the special agent's discovery of the one simple truth to be found amid the thicket; no one else knew what was really going on either.
— Scott Anderson, Lawrence in Arabia
You know what you should do, you should move into one of these neighborhoods and every night you should have someone bring you a big rock, and you should slowly accumulate rocks until you have a huge rock yard.
— Lily
He run 'til he come to Lord Daniel's gate, then he rattled at the bells and they rung, he rattled at the bells and they rung
— Doc Watson, "Matty Groves"
The Rainbow Swash painted on a 140-foot tall LGN storage tank in Dorchester is the largest copyrighted work of art in the world.
— @onlyinbos
you've still got time to give
you still got time to give
To give to make this better
you still got time to give
you still got time to give
to make this better
Stands up to be counted
to be counted
To be counted to be counted
to be counted to be counted
Contrary to the bitter cold
What a way to give us meaning
You've given meaning to who we are
What a way to give us meaning
What a way to give us meaning
In it to make it to be counted for
in it to make it to be counted for
to be counted for In it to make it to be counted for
to be counted for In
— InferKit demo AI generated text responding to "Janet public art"
In thinking of how to counteract Turkey's blanket silence on the Arab Revolt in its early days, Storrs had struck upon the idea of issuing "Republic of Hejaz" postage stamps, a cheap and effective way to prove to the outside world that a break had occured... Storrs had then enlisted the help of his most learned Arabist friend, Lawrence, and the two spent a leisurely afternoon wandering the Arab Museum in Cairo selecting suitable motifs.
— Scott Anderson, Lawrence in Arabia
Say hi to the peoples that's gone.
— Will Smith as Richard Williams, King Richard
Aquaculture '22
Sustainable Oyster Farmer
— University of New England advertisement at Back Bay station
The proposed legislation, which is expected to become law next year, would leave current smokers free to continue buying cigarettes. But it would gradually raise the smoking age, year by year, until it covers the entire population.
— Natasha Frost, "New Zealand Plans to Eventually Ban All Cigarette Sales," The New York Times
— Relief sculpture on Perkins Hall
Pointing to the ways that American and other Western societies have been torn by political, social and racial divisions and hobbled by the coronavirus pandemic, China is also arguing that its form of governance has been more effective in creating prosperity and stability.
— Keith Bradsher and Steven Lee Myers, "Ahead of Biden’s Democracy Summit, China Says: We’re Also a Democracy," The New York Times
I know how.
— Lily on how to cool down her computer.
The Bronze Age in Britain lasted from 2,300 B.C. to 800 B.C., during a period referred to as prehistoric England, before there were written records.
— Jenny Gross, "English Teenager Finds Bronze Age Ax Using a Metal Detector," The New York Times
This data is a strong signal to make an effort to add far less emoji – especially specific, single-use types like flags and ferrets – and recommend more emoji that deliver on our established strategy.
— @jenniferxdaniel
By happy coincidence, however, Zin also figured prominently in the biblical Book of Exodus, the region that Moses and the Israelites passed through at the end of their forty-year flight out of Egypt. This provided a handy theological and historical explanation for why a Christian nation might want to explore the reigion, and when the British tried this tack on Constantinople—repackaging their earlier offer so that it was now to be an archaeological survey of biblical sites under the auspices of the respected Palestine Exploration Fund—the ploy actually worked.
— Scott Anderson, Lawrence in Arabia
He didn't like what he felt
He got out of there rl fast
— Lily after I texted her a photo of pigeon footprints in concrete on a platform at Providence train station