TED Talks gets it. Its about innovative ideas making themselves heard from the brilliant minds ofÂ people like photographer and now gay social activist, Tillett Wright. You made our day here at Stones In The Color Of Rare, Tillett.Â Talk about glistening, this rare stone’s brightness is so colorful that we had to get a special instrument from our social media lab in order to measure it’s intensity.
The beam of glisten heals and bends itself to LGBTellectual information. LGBTellectual is our own version of language that Webster has yet the know how to categorize. Perhaps some alien life force could be inhabited in our five feet seven bodies waiting to bust out on FB and garner our senses with an untapped paradigm of arts and culture, but for Wright now we have Tillett.
Whatever the language, this is a brilliant presentation of how to identify humans from our other four legged companions.Â Tillett gives us a varied and assorted perception on how to think about people based on themselves, no glam slam and certainly no false pretense.Â Â No wonder the old folk say, “you can sure tell a lot about a person, by looking in their eyes.”Â Â Our rare stone today, Tillett Wright. This has been another Ankh Entertainment and Stones In The Color Of Rare Productions.Â Enjoy