Weblinks: Vintage Graphics, Duck Dynasty, and North Korea

Vintage Graphics

I love vintage graphics. Not only do I like the way they look, but I also like the fact that they are often in the public domain which means you don't have to worry about copyright infringement when using them. Two of my favorite websites for free downloads of vintage images and graphics are Vintage Printables and The Graphics Fairy.

This week Vintage Printable highlighted their category pages "Animals Acting Human" here and here. Here are a few of my favorites:

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The Graphics Fairy posted "30 + Best Vintage Stock Easter Images". Here are a few of my favorites from that collection:

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Our family loves the television show Duck Dynasty. If your family watches t.v., I highly recommend you check it out. It is about as "real" as any reality t.v. show ever is (meaning, the situations are totally set-up), but the people are real and it is good enough that we don't care. This week a friend shared this interview with the patriarch of the Robertson family, Phil, telling his story about deciding to follow Jesus.

Curtis' Pick for the Week

A North Korean propaganda video translated into English showing what it is like to live in modern-day America. Birds will be eaten on Tuesday. Only one cup of hot snow per day. 

Apparently, the translation may not be entirely accurate, but it is still funny.