Monday, August 22, 2011

Rock, Paper...Bull?

Posted By on Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 11:00 AM


Thanks to artist Christoph Niemann, via New York Times Abstract Sunday blog, we now have a handful of additional gestures to add to the Rock, Paper, Scissors game. Although, as Niemann points out, these gestures are geared more towards politicians in Washington than school kids. In addition to the Double Dip Recession gesture, get a load of some the other moves: Liar, Pants, Fire, Gold, Bear, Treasury Funds, Hammer and Sickle, Hatchet, Budget Cuts, Tea, Triple-C Rating, State of the Union, Somebody Get a Grip, and Pretty Please With a Cherry on Top. Hopefully, with the addition of these added hand gestures, we'll hear less barking from politicos.

Click here to view more of Niemann's work.

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