Kris Weberg | March 4, 2005
I know this is political stuff, but that's not why I'm posting it. I just think the distorted, red-blue-purple map looks really quite cool.


Who knew politics could be abstract art?

Jackie Mason | March 4, 2005
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Kris Weberg | March 4, 2005
Fun Fact: The original Rorschach test blots were multicolored, not just black-n-white.

Anna Gregoline | March 4, 2005
Where can we get our hands on those?

Aaron Shurtleff | March 4, 2005
I don't know why, but when I went to the link, it made me laugh!

It is wicked, though!!

And, to me, it looks like a bird...what does that say about me, psychologically, I wonder. :P

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