Laziness Museum Displays Couches, Hammocks The Museum of Laziness has been open for a week in Bogota, Colombia. Among its exhibits is a couch set before a TV, hammocks and various beds. Its curator says the city-sponsored museum is aimed at exploring the idea that "laziness is the enemy of work."
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Laziness Museum Displays Couches, Hammocks

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RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

A Museum of Laziness is open for one week in Bogota, Colombia. Among its exhibits, a couch in front of a TV, hammocks and various beds. Its curator said the city-sponsored museum is aimed at an intellectual exploration of the idea that laziness is the enemy of work - although many museum-goers appear to be exploring the idea of the couch potato, taking snoozes on the exhibits.

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