oldwomanyellsatclods
oldwomanyellsatclods
oldwomanyellsatclods
Sep 20
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I’ve never watched an entire episode! So I can’t comment on the complete episodes. From what I’m hearing, it’s about Small Town, Anywhere.

Sep 20
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Thanks! If I practise enough to polish off the rust, I’m back where I was at 19; I haven’t progressed, but at least, aside from the rust, I haven’t backslid. 

Sep 20
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soft and malleable ...

Sep 20
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I wonder if the artist carrarras what anonymous internet posters think of their art? Read more

Sep 20
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I used to love to draw draped fabric (I one I like better, but I can’t find it, which bothers me). These are from decades ago.

Sep 20
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How can a hard surface look like something so soft and drape-able?

Sep 20
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Now THAT is a Tomato Face!

Sep 20
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I had some of the pie for dessert after some pb on the toasted bread. Not the best ever; the crust was tough, but I haven’t had any pie for awhile, and I am Team Pie.

Sep 20
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Two Guys, a Homer and a Pizza Place?

Sep 20
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The location is really weird; I think it’s along the driveway out of the parking garage for the condo that it sits behind; only the people walking along this very short side street and people exiting the garage will ever see it. And it’s big, as you can see.

Sep 20
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I just picked up a fresh loaf of bakery whole wheat bread, and an impulse buy; a cherry pie too.

Sep 20
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There was/is (dunno if it’s still there) a place in Scarborough (part of Toronto), called the But ‘n’ Ben, where you could get take-out haggis.

Sep 20
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This is a marble sculpture of folded fabric, which is behind a condo on a side street in Toronto. Taken with my cell phone, so the quality ain’t great, or artistic; I’m posting because the subject is cool. The piece is about, I dunno, maybe 60 feet long, and about 5 ft high.

Sep 20
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I salute your sidewalk salvage find! I’ve picked up things ranging from a completely undamaged stained glass window, all my home office supplies (I don’t have a home office, but everybody needs magazine files and other paper storage), a silver plate platter, an exquisite handmade chair that may be over 200 years old, Read more