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I wish I would have kept the source, but I saw where somebody was making fun of your sketches. It may have been someone at Jeremy Freese's blog, but don't quote me on this. I'll see if I can track it down.
Goesh: I saw that. It was in reference to the page of notes/doodles made while talking on the radio! Let them gaze upon these scissors and beware!
Alas! Justice will not lop a penis that do'th offendwoe to victims when the Law n'er to bendleave'th them with souls to mendand verily vile villains are coddled while pennedO! That to such organs a cleaver could'st attendwith splattering blood solace to lend-(Lonely Donut Man) LDM
You know, for a long time this was my remedy to Rape or a Pedophile and still is where they're caught in the act. Having watched a trickle of people coming out of prison after serving a lot of time because a DNA Test proved them innocent, I'm not so sure.As far as the drawings and the trip, I have many questions suited more for over a coffee than in a blog. The drawings are curious, at times, as of course are you. I like them though, even if I've limited understanding. Thanks.
Maybe someone else has mentioned this in the comments on a previous post in this series, but the drawings sort of remind me of those made by Kurt Vonnegut for 'Breakfast of Champions,' the wonderful novel he wrote as a fiftieth birthday to himself. For months after reading it all those years ago, I kept mimicking him, writing embarrassingly introverted pieces accompanied by black-felt drawings. I liked his drawings and I like yours.I think it's cool that you've kept your notebooks from Amsterdam.
Public Castration is a a Good Idea was one of my favorite albums in college. It's described in that link as a 1999 release, but the original bootleg vinyl came out in the early-mid 1980s. Probably unrelated, but your art brought back some good memories. Of other art.
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