Does the person who chose this picture of Richard Ford for his wiki page like or dislike Richard Ford? And what is the person’s view on people who look like birds?

Does the person who chose this picture of Richard Ford for his wiki page like or dislike Richard Ford? And what is the person’s view on people who look like birds?

In her profile of comedian Patrice O’Neal, Adrian Nicole LeBlanc described him as a man for whom “no topic seemed off limits.” “The transformative power of the ugly truth was,” to him, “a form of grace,” she wrote. Rivers occupied that space as well. The best scene in her reality show, Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best, is when she and her daughter and grandson take the ashes of her dear departed friend and secretly spread them around Rodeo Drive. The scene is classic Rivers: She is indulging in celebrity culture at the same time that she is mocking it. At one point, outside the Cartier store, she puts her hand on a man’s pristine suit, leaving the white ashes on his back where he can’t see them 

Mean Girl: Joan Rivers was relentless and filthy. She was also brutally honest about being a woman.

Art and design are not the same thing. They’re two different activities. I’ve been putting it this way over the last six months: art and design are like love and sex. They’re fine independently, and you can use them without one engaging the other. Every once in a while, you find you get both from the same source, but that’s unusual. Design does not have art as its objective. It has a goal, and it means moving from an existing condition to a preferred one. Art is about the transformation of human experience, establishing the common ground between people. Those are two very different functions.