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Is Donald Trump Doctoring Photos To Make His Tiny Little Fingers Look Longer?
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Donald Trump's fingers are tiny. They are nubbins. They are midget digits. He's famously sensitive about anyone mentioning how out of proportion they are to the rest of his body, though, which is why it's not entirely surprising that official photos shared by Trump on social media look like they're being used to stretch both the truth and his stumpy appendages. As Gizmodo first pointed out , there have been a few subtle tweaks - and several extremely unsubtle tweaks - to photos of Trump shared by the administration. Take a look at this: on the left is an image from an 18 January Facebook post, and on the right the unedited picture from the White House Flickr page which it was based on. He's pretty clearly been made less orange, had a few wrinkles tidied up and stuffed into a girdle.
It originated in the country's present day state of Kerala during the 17th century and has developed over the years with improved looks, refined gestures and added themes besides more ornate singing and precise drumming. Popular belief is that kathakali is emerged from "Krishnanattam", the dance drama on the life and activities of Lord Krishna created by Sri Manavedan Raja, the Zamorin of Calicut AD. Once Kottarakkara Thampuran, the Raja of Kottarakkara who was attracted by Krishnanattam requested the Zamorin for the loan of a troupe of performers. Due to the political rivalry between the two, Zamorin did not allow this. So Kottarakkara Thampuran created another art form called Ramanattam which was later transformed into Aattakatha.
This one prompted a pretty good little conversation. Personally, I can't help but be drawn to the very obvious reading, that these things are supposed to literally be Monopoly houses, which would seem to lead us into a conversation about nostalgia, the prewar city, etc, as well as the funny logic of how a game about capitalism individual self-promotion produces such relentless sameness. Kari, however, led us to much more interesting territory; he began by dismissing the notion that these had anything to do with any "typical Dutch house," as indeed, they don't look like a typical Dutch house. Kari sees this instead as a response to Aldo Rossi, who drew lots of things that look a lot like these houses, but always in a very amaterial fashion.