The Tate museums are in England. There’s a Tate Britain, a Tate St. Ives, a Tate Liverpool, and a Tate Modern. Here we have a stencil of someone jackhammering a dead horse, with the caption ‘an important work by TATE & MODERN’. OK I know it’s a broad indictment of the system, but I would appreciate it if someone could explain the finer points.
Edit: Thanks to a reader for sending this explanatory link.
Saw a guy walking his Savannah cat in Dolores Park. A Savannah cat is a cross between a wild African cat called a Serval and a domestic cat. Supposedly they are more like dogs- loyal, they follow their owners around, and they will even fetch. They cost thousands of dollars.