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   monster  Wednesday Nov 16 11:15 PM

Nov 17, 2016: Stone Faced

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In Japan
there is a museum
of stones that look like faces.

there are lots and lots of exhibits.

that is all.

http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2016/1...ok-like-faces/



burns334  Thursday Nov 17 08:27 AM

Reminds me of this thread

Hmmmm, what the heck, the Japanese probably have a museum featuring left over food. http://cellar.org/showthread.php?t=2...ed+faces+rocks



xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Nov 17 11:42 AM

Asians are steeped in mythology about spirits appearing in wood, stone and vapor. They predisposed to seeing them everywhere. Not like rational western culture that only sees Jesus in toast, logs, and concrete stains.



Crimson Ghost  Thursday Nov 17 05:53 PM

You see Jesus in toast, but Catholics call it Communion.
Your people call it corn, my people call it maize...



xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Nov 17 06:00 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Crimson Ghost View Post
Your people call it corn, my people call it maize...
I have a corn maize just up the road every summer.


Crimson Ghost  Thursday Nov 17 06:08 PM

Amaizeing.



blueboy56  Friday Nov 18 01:19 PM

Not only that, but for some reason the have many country roads along which are statues of mushrooms. Also the festivals where they have ladies carrying carvings of long mushrooms with little caps.
Different strokes for different folks. Or something like that.



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