Using my photographs to tell stories.
"..or the man you BUYS a Claude Monet finger puppet?"Or the guy that can't type what he's thinking?
Sure, depublish it and correct it to make me look like the crazy guy for quoting incorrectly! :-)
You ever wonder what a guy like Monet would think if he knew he had become iconic enough to have his own finger puppet ???I guess he is lucky in a way...what will be left of me eighty years after my death...some e-mails on a hard drive in a heap somewhere, dusty dissertations, rarely read publications, ... :-) actually I think I am OK with that ;-)actually the finger puppet on the fridge gives me a post idea for my blog...
What's funny about a Monet finger puppet is that if I didn't still have the tag on it, nobody would guess.I'm not sure WHAT will be my legacy. A stupid blog with whimsical commentary on the world? I do hope its more than that. I had better get to work :)
...or the man who puts the puppet up without taking the tag off?
WELL, Curtis (and I'm sure James will abck me up on this), you have to preserve the packaging for this to remain collectible.In all honesty, I left the tag on, because otherwise its just an old man finger puppet. And that's just not funny!!
hahahhaaa!!!!!!!! WHERE did you get it? i WANT one. !!!!!!!!!! its REALLY funny.
At least it wasn't a Van Gogh! :-)
...or the man who covets the said fingerpuppet...Where did you get that? In France? I want one with the tag on it too.And I want a Van Gogh one too, post-ear-cutting-off era.
The finger puppet came from a Monet exhibit here in SF at the Legion of Honor. Sorry, there is not a famous painter's series at TAHT museum at least.
Hey, someone gave my bf a Nietzsche finger-puppet for X-mas (together with a Will to Power bar). You might not think that's as silly as Monet, but wait until you have him hanging for your refrigerator door for six months. (Yes, he's magnetic!)
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