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Old 07-03-2004, 01:00 PM   #76
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Mega snaps for Liar.

I may have to give you your own special poets corner and chair.'
As long as it has a good view over Colly and Lucky on the bar, then I'm happy.
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Old 07-03-2004, 01:02 PM   #77
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As long as it has a good view over Colly and Lucky on the bar, then I'm happy.
Done.

Now back to the Topic of the Day....no art lovers?

My apologies Colly, I overstepped my posts.
Kinkead is very nice, but I fear becoming too commericial for moi.
 

Old 07-03-2004, 01:08 PM   #78
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Done.

Now back to the Topic of the Day....no art lovers?

My apologies Colly, I overstepped my posts.
Kinkead is very nice, but I fear becoming too commericial for moi.
He's very commercial. Not national gallery material, but his works look good in my little appartment

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Old 07-03-2004, 01:09 PM   #79
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Hola, Abby. I'd like some strong British tea, a pot please. Milk and sugar on the side. Ashtray of course. Today's my first day of vacation time, two full weeks of it, yea! me.

Big, hard *hug* for Colly.

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p.s. to all patrons: second-hand smoke in a virtual pub can't harm you.

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thank you Dita Have a great vacation!

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Old 07-03-2004, 01:09 PM   #80
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He's very commercial. Not national gallery material, but his works look good in my little appartment

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Well maybe some day when I get my thumb out of my ass and start painting again, I'll send you one of mine.
 

Old 07-03-2004, 01:10 PM   #81
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Yes. Art. I am drawn to the Dadaists and Warhol, or with avant-gardist filmmakers, but I could talk at length about painting, but I know how you detest wordy Canadians, so will let others do the talking.

I second the snaps for Liar'.

 

Old 07-03-2004, 01:10 PM   #82
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Done.

Now back to the Topic of the Day....no art lovers?

My apologies Colly, I overstepped my posts.
Kinkead is very nice, but I fear becoming too commericial for moi.
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To up the commersialism even further, I'd like to add HR Giger and Rodney Matthews to the list.

For more classic stuff: Anna Ancher.
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Old 07-03-2004, 01:11 PM   #83
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In my adolescence I identified with Toulouse-Lauatrec and his women models. I wrote a piece of juvenilia about him that inclcuded the line, "the little monster of my soul". I love his colors, brushwork and ambience. He made garishness beautiful and heartbreaking. A highlight of my teens was seeing his work in person in Chicago, later in NY. For similar reasons I also love his lithographs.

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Old 07-03-2004, 01:16 PM   #84
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Afternoon all.

A black coffee please. Sorry about the the dark poem last night. I was drunk. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

Before you ask, the date has been moved to Wednesday night. There is a Fringe Theatre Festival playing in town. The director and I haggled a bit about what to see, and we settled on Inanna.

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Inanna battles the hairy enkum creatures while out-drinking the god of wisdom and luring the great warrior Gilgamesh into the folds of her desire. Throw in music of a middle-eastern flare and dancing of the belly persuasion and you have Inanna. 6000 years in the making, this astonishing tale is finally unveiled in an explosive outdoor adventure._
Sounds like it should be fun.
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Old 07-03-2004, 01:16 PM   #85
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Yes. Art. I am drawn to the Dadaists and Warhol, or with avant-gardist filmmakers, but I could talk at length about painting, but I know how you detest wordy Canadians, so will let others do the talking.

I second the snaps for Liar'.

I apologize for my overly poor comment of wordy Canadians, please share with us.
 

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Now I look over at Colleen and lucky and ask the eternal existential question.

"Why are all the interesting ones either taken or playing for the other team?"

Sigh.
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Old 07-03-2004, 01:20 PM   #87
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I too love Toulousse. His use of color is brilliant.

I do love Jules bastian Lepage's "Joan of Arc" I sat in front of it for the longest time at the met. His depiction of her as a young girl and not a warrior clad in armor enthralled me.
 

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The painting I spoke of....Not the best, but nothing is as great as seeing the original.
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Old 07-03-2004, 02:19 PM   #89
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Here’s your black coffee, rg.
There was a spoon in there, but it ate it.

Hey Abs, can I give the Canadians a discount,
or do I hafta figure out the exchange?


Who wanted the ball gag? I need a five-dollar deposit.

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Old 07-03-2004, 02:22 PM   #90
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Here’s your black coffee, rg.
There was a spoon in there, but it ate it.

Hey Abs, can I give the Canadians a discount,
or do I hafta figure out the exchange?


Who wanted the ball gag? I need a five-dollar deposit.

I think the “Thumb-in-the-Ass” school might be the next New Wave in Abstract Art . . .
. . . just to prove I’m not a dead loss in these culture debates.
Whew Virtual, what would I do without you?

Don't kiss those Canadians asses or they get badder attitudes, there's a conversion chart behind the counter.

You're very cultural love, I'll be looking for you when the topic is Bawdy films and Burlesque.
 

Old 07-03-2004, 03:17 PM   #91
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I just dropped by for that cuppa you said you had for me.

*slurp*

Ahhh, that's better!

Cheers, babe!

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Old 07-03-2004, 03:18 PM   #92
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I just dropped by for that cuppa you said you had for me.

*slurp*

Ahhh, that's better!

Cheers, babe!

Lou
I am pleased beyond words that you made it Lou. You slurp like a true lady.
 

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I was fortunate to see Van Gogh in Philly a few years back, he was with Gauguin, who isn't one of my favs. But the exhibit was great and so was the museum. Saw my first Maxwell Parrish there.
 

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Drinks on the house folks, I'm in a good mood!!!!
 

Old 07-03-2004, 08:06 PM   #95
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Drinks on the house folks, I'm in a good mood!!!!
Whoop!

Mine's a hot malted milk. I'm off to me beeeed.

(Can I slurp in your ear?)

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Whoop!

Mine's a hot malted milk. I'm off to me beeeed.

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You got it!

(anytime love, anytime)
 

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Gatoraide for me, a bit mug of it with no ice and advils if you have em.

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Gatoraide for me, a bit mug of it with no ice and advils if you have em.

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Coming up, see that gumball machine over there? It's really Ibuprophen balls. Here's a token.
 

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Drinks on the house folks, I'm in a good mood!!!!
Well, I guess I got here at the right time.

Hey there little sheila, how about sending a Fosters my way.
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Well, I guess I got here at the right time.

Hey there little sheila, how about sending a Fosters my way.
Crikey, you're a big one, 'ere mate. The bitch is cold too!
 
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