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  • menace1211
    1677 posts
    edited August 2013
    ^doesnt know how to spell Dagobah......oh wait, wrong thread!

    @lucci and @pantu, since we all share the same brain, can I use it tomorrow? I have some important stuff to do.
  • pantuflin007
    2747 posts New member
    edited August 2013
    menace1211 wrote:
    ^doesnt know how to spell Dagobah......oh wait, wrong thread!

    @lucci and @pantu, since we all share the same brain, can I use it tomorrow? I have some important stuff to do.
    You can use mine but I wouldn't use it for important stuff, :lol: because I am crazyyyy :mrgreen:
  • jwlizard76
    851 posts
    edited August 2013
    ^doesnt know that spelling is for sentient beings.... Me animaaaaal *bangs drums*
  • menace1211
    1677 posts
    edited August 2013
    menace1211 wrote:
    ^doesnt know how to spell Dagobah......oh wait, wrong thread!

    @lucci and @pantu, since we all share the same brain, can I use it tomorrow? I have some important stuff to do.
    You can use mine but I wouldn't use it for important stuff, :lol: because I am crazyyyy :mrgreen:

    I hadn't noticed. AhhhhsarcasmChoooo!! Please excuse the sneeze.
  • LuciiTigger14
    1769 posts
    edited August 2013
    menace1211 wrote:
    ^doesnt know how to spell Dagobah......oh wait, wrong thread!

    @lucci and @pantu, since we all share the same brain, can I use it tomorrow? I have some important stuff to do.

    Can't be more important then the super important super secret stuff I have to do :P
  • menace1211
    1677 posts
    edited August 2013
    menace1211 wrote:
    ^doesnt know how to spell Dagobah......oh wait, wrong thread!

    @lucci and @pantu, since we all share the same brain, can I use it tomorrow? I have some important stuff to do.

    Can't be more important then the super important super secret stuff I have to do :P

    Tell us what it is! Please, please, pretty please!! Oh, wait, I'll find out when I get to use the brain.
  • pantuflin007
    2747 posts New member
    edited August 2013
    menace1211 wrote:
    ^doesnt know how to spell Dagobah......oh wait, wrong thread!

    @lucci and @pantu, since we all share the same brain, can I use it tomorrow? I have some important stuff to do.

    Can't be more important then the super important super secret stuff I have to do :P
    Now I need to know. The word 'secret' triggers a special mechanism inside my brain and it doesn't get reset till I learn what the secret is about. :wink:
  • amuck10
    506 posts
    edited August 2013
    Bill THE cat if you don't mind lol. Opus or * is fine * well.

    Lived in my house 7 years and had at least one hard freeze every year but the last. Watching my attempted citrus grove die back to the ground the first year sucked. Who expects a hard freeze march 23?
    Since then I've gone darwinistic. If it lives plant more, if it dies three years in a row give up. No coconut palms for me I am afraid, but sagu, European fan, Chinese fan, canary island date, regular date, rhapis, and Washingtonian have done well. 99% of the palm family un-usable for me but looks so cool when I go farther south

    The security guard at the Sahara in Vegas asked me why I was beating the palm trees in front of the hotel with a trench coat. When I explained I wanted seeds he said " you can't do thAt here... But around back where the limos park you can find them on the ground. My luggage was overweight flying home lol.

    My avocado trees handled last winter fine as did 95% of my citrus, so naturally I get leaf miners and pygmie rattle snakes as a result:( .

    Keep in mind I put the tin on the back fence line closer to my house than the running bamboo I planted outside the fence line. Hey... There is a dirt road to protect my neighbors from the runners... Right?

    Seriously, I only had one neighbor with a vacant tree filled lot to one side and paved road front and dirt road back. I did yard work for the neighbor so she would ignore how my yard grew. She passed unfortunately but I figure the guy who bought the house could see what I was like before he bought lol
  • jwlizard76
    851 posts
    edited August 2013
    Bill THE cat, you actually had someone in Vegas tell you, "you can't do that here", and it was perfectly legal. I am impressed.
  • amuck10
    506 posts
    edited August 2013
    jwlizard76 wrote:
    Bill THE cat, you actually had someone in Vegas tell you, "you can't do that here", and it was perfectly legal. I am impressed.

    Hey now... I got married in Vegas. Granted it was because my fianc? told me one day after a sweet krippit " guess what we are doing next weekend". Together since 98 and married since 03 with no complaints besides the " why are you such a d u m b **** ? Ones I have grown up with all my life.

    Good story... One day my wife was driving to work in the morning and she sees this d u m b **** driving towards her jousting with 2o foot bamboo in a ten foot truck and she pauses and thinks... Oh wait... That's my d u m b **** .
  • pantuflin007
    2747 posts New member
    edited August 2013
    amuck10 wrote:
    jwlizard76 wrote:
    Bill THE cat, you actually had someone in Vegas tell you, "you can't do that here", and it was perfectly legal. I am impressed.

    Hey now... I got married in Vegas. Granted it was because my fianc? told me one day after a sweet krippit " guess what we are doing next weekend". Together since 98 and married since 03 with no complaints besides the " why are you such a d u m b **** ? Ones I have grown up with all my life.

    Good story... One day my wife was driving to work in the morning and she sees this d u m b **** driving towards her jousting with 2o foot bamboo in a ten foot truck and she pauses and thinks... Oh wait... That's my d u m b **** .
    Haha, that's a funny story. I'm not very familiar with the word 'd u m b ****', in the sense that I don't know how strong it is. Most people would get mad if call them that, wouldn't they?
  • amuck10
    506 posts
    edited August 2013
    If you get the chance watch " that 70's show" and imagine having red Forman as a father. From the right source it's kinda a term of endearment...

    Bootcamp drill instructors couldn't cope with the likes of me... I had already heard worse from my family.

    Even funnier story for you out of us folk... I once got arrested for " acquiring" plants from an abandoned trailer park and was given probation with community service... At a botanical garden! The fun I had lol
  • ecneralc
    3182 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    So not all of these are very good but I have done some abstract some pop culture a monotone painting and a chalk and charcoal self portrait


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  • NeoSEC28
    39609 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    hi neo yes that is my new bike brand spanking 63 plate don't pick it up till the first of next month till then im riding my mates one which he is selling same bike but in racing blue. very comfy ride and for less than £5000 a bargin ,)

    That seems cheap :thumbup:

    Looks nice bro :) 63 plate ooo spanking new ;) another month to wait bet you cant wait :lol:
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  • HawleyBDB
    1053 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    Hey ecneralc that's some awesome work... Very good... How long have you been a practising artist? Do you study it???
    Like the brick wall and the sky... Looks like you got some inspiration from Van Gogh there :P

    What do you use for inspiration?

    I am also an artist. I studied at art school for 6 years, and have had my own exhibitions at galleries in my city...
    I have an artist group with two close friends and we specialise in making public art. We are currently working on a huge water piece :)

    I love every thing arty :P
    Username: KidHawley
  • ecneralc
    3182 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    HawleyBDB wrote:
    Hey ecneralc that's some awesome work... Very good... How long have you been a practising artist? Do you study it???
    Like the brick wall and the sky... Looks like you got some inspiration from Van Gogh there :P

    What do you use for inspiration?

    I am also an artist. I studied at art school for 6 years, and have had my own exhibitions at galleries in my city...
    I have an artist group with two close friends and we specialise in making public art. We are currently working on a huge water piece :)

    I love every thing arty :P

    Those were all done between 15 to 19 years old I'm now 27 haven't done anything since those and the brick wall and sky is the chaos of freedom and structure of rules that's not the title but what it represents and ya love Van Gogh I had his starry night as my phones background for the longest time
  • HawleyBDB
    1053 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    ecneralc wrote:
    HawleyBDB wrote:
    Hey ecneralc that's some awesome work... Very good... How long have you been a practising artist? Do you study it???
    Like the brick wall and the sky... Looks like you got some inspiration from Van Gogh there :P

    What do you use for inspiration?

    I am also an artist. I studied at art school for 6 years, and have had my own exhibitions at galleries in my city...
    I have an artist group with two close friends and we specialise in making public art. We are currently working on a huge water piece :)

    I love every thing arty :P

    Those were all done between 15 to 19 years old I'm now 27 haven't done anything since those and the brick wall and sky is the chaos of freedom and structure of rules that's not the title but what it represents and ya love Van Gogh I had his starry night as my phones background for the longest time

    Ahhh sounds good man... did you not wan't to carry on doing art? There's some good work there for a 15 year old :)
    Yeah Starry Night is brilliant...
    My fav art is contemporary British art... People like Jake and Dinos Chapman, Grayson Perry, Anthony Gormley etc... You know who they are?
    Username: KidHawley
  • ecneralc
    3182 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    HawleyBDB wrote:
    ecneralc wrote:
    HawleyBDB wrote:
    Hey ecneralc that's some awesome work... Very good... How long have you been a practising artist? Do you study it???
    Like the brick wall and the sky... Looks like you got some inspiration from Van Gogh there :P

    What do you use for inspiration?

    I am also an artist. I studied at art school for 6 years, and have had my own exhibitions at galleries in my city...
    I have an artist group with two close friends and we specialise in making public art. We are currently working on a huge water piece :)

    I love every thing arty :P

    Those were all done between 15 to 19 years old I'm now 27 haven't done anything since those and the brick wall and sky is the chaos of freedom and structure of rules that's not the title but what it represents and ya love Van Gogh I had his starry night as my phones background for the longest time

    Ahhh sounds good man... did you not wan't to carry on doing art? There's some good work there for a 15 year old :)
    Yeah Starry Night is brilliant...
    My fav art is contemporary British art... People like Jake and Dinos Chapman, Grayson Perry, Anthony Gormley etc... You know who they are?

    Some of the names sound familiar our grade 11 and 12 art class did alot of theory looking at work by artist remembering dates discussing what was happening in the paints and such I would've loved to continue in art but working a full time job so can pay rent hydro buy food and go to high school made it tough to save anything for further education
  • HawleyBDB
    1053 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    ecneralc wrote:
    HawleyBDB wrote:
    ecneralc wrote:
    HawleyBDB wrote:
    Hey ecneralc that's some awesome work... Very good... How long have you been a practising artist? Do you study it???
    Like the brick wall and the sky... Looks like you got some inspiration from Van Gogh there :P

    What do you use for inspiration?

    I am also an artist. I studied at art school for 6 years, and have had my own exhibitions at galleries in my city...
    I have an artist group with two close friends and we specialise in making public art. We are currently working on a huge water piece :)

    I love every thing arty :P

    Those were all done between 15 to 19 years old I'm now 27 haven't done anything since those and the brick wall and sky is the chaos of freedom and structure of rules that's not the title but what it represents and ya love Van Gogh I had his starry night as my phones background for the longest time

    Ahhh sounds good man... did you not wan't to carry on doing art? There's some good work there for a 15 year old :)
    Yeah Starry Night is brilliant...
    My fav art is contemporary British art... People like Jake and Dinos Chapman, Grayson Perry, Anthony Gormley etc... You know who they are?

    Some of the names sound familiar our grade 11 and 12 art class did alot of theory looking at work by artist remembering dates discussing what was happening in the paints and such I would've loved to continue in art but working a full time job so can pay rent hydro buy food and go to high school made it tough to save anything for further education

    Yeah theory work was great man... Yeah I completely get what you mean...
    I ended up going to art school as soon as I finished secondary school. I have recently qualified to teach art :mrgreen:
    Username: KidHawley
  • ecneralc
    3182 posts Member
    edited August 2013
    HawleyBDB wrote:
    ecneralc wrote:
    HawleyBDB wrote:
    ecneralc wrote:
    HawleyBDB wrote:
    Hey ecneralc that's some awesome work... Very good... How long have you been a practising artist? Do you study it???
    Like the brick wall and the sky... Looks like you got some inspiration from Van Gogh there :P

    What do you use for inspiration?

    I am also an artist. I studied at art school for 6 years, and have had my own exhibitions at galleries in my city...
    I have an artist group with two close friends and we specialise in making public art. We are currently working on a huge water piece :)

    I love every thing arty :P

    Those were all done between 15 to 19 years old I'm now 27 haven't done anything since those and the brick wall and sky is the chaos of freedom and structure of rules that's not the title but what it represents and ya love Van Gogh I had his starry night as my phones background for the longest time

    Ahhh sounds good man... did you not wan't to carry on doing art? There's some good work there for a 15 year old :)
    Yeah Starry Night is brilliant...
    My fav art is contemporary British art... People like Jake and Dinos Chapman, Grayson Perry, Anthony Gormley etc... You know who they are?

    Some of the names sound familiar our grade 11 and 12 art class did alot of theory looking at work by artist remembering dates discussing what was happening in the paints and such I would've loved to continue in art but working a full time job so can pay rent hydro buy food and go to high school made it tough to save anything for further education

    Yeah theory work was great man... Yeah I completely get what you mean...
    I ended up going to art school as soon as I finished secondary school. I have recently qualified to teach art :mrgreen:

    Very nice congrats on that its great to have a teacher who loves art makes you enjoy the class more. But I recently started a personal trainer course since in a good place money wise so figured I'd try and get into something else I enjoy helping people reach there goals healthily.
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