I think cravatomancy should be a real word - but what would be the definition? Making magic with ties and neckerchiefs? Or purely divination through the use of ties and neckerchiefs? You walk down the street, and as you spot the random assortment of neck attire around you, a glimpse of the future is revealed… I wish I had enough ties to wear a different one every day for a year. Something to aspire to, i suppose.
One of a series, from http://www.roper.org.uk/cravatomancy/, a project where I wore, and photographed, every tie I own, from May 2010 to January 2011.
Currently Information Officer, Royal College of General Practitioners, about to take up a post as Primary Care Librarian, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust.
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I think i know this person! Hey! I know you! :)
Comfort first! It’s been funny to see the inside of everyone’s work bathroom :) Community College, Reference/ Instruction Librarian in New Mexico.
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One of my all time favorite books - great cover, too!
Philip K. Dick. Garden City: Doubleday, 1969
First edition, first printing of this scarce title.
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Colonel Mustard, in the library, with a statue of Carmen Miranda.
Anthony Ernest Pratt, Cluedo Board Game Patent, Plan 1947
“To really appreciate architecture, you may even need to commit a murder.” - Bernard Tschumi
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Yeah, that’s me in a bolo tie.
tumblrbot asked: WHAT IS YOUR EARLIEST HUMAN MEMORY?
Running in a field.
Something to do with all that macrame cord you have in your basement.
Evil Mutant Librarian (mirror universe)
Reference Team Leader, Academic Library, Washington State
Another librarian t-shirt to add to the collection!
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