Dream Captcha

Jeffrey Augustine made this mixed media artwork called Dream Captcha -a play on Native American dream catchers and the captcha process. Hang one of these above your computer and it will sleep without nightmares! Link -Thanks, Jeffrey!

As a 1/16th Cherokee I object to the bastardization of the dreamcather. It really is a solemn thing, to be given as a gift to another tribe member. Not hung from rearview mirrors, and certainly not involved in Captcha whatsoever.
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Strange coincidence, i had a Dream catcher last year for about 3 weeks over my bed (bought it from an native American group of street musicians)and i had the greatest
and lengthiest nightmares -as far as i remember- ,when i throw it away everything came back to normal.
Maybe it was irrelevant or maybe it was really a coincidence ...nevertheless i'm not going to buy them never again.
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Up next, the Dream Catheter?

@ 1/16 Cherokee: this or that dreamcatcher, any particular one, may be sacred or solemn because of its meaning, who it was given to or from. But the concept of a web-filled circle with feathers dangling from it is not, IMHO.
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