Small talk indeed! Haven't heard that one in years! HA! And I'm drawn to the road in this picture, as well...nice :)
What a... uh... bouncy song. Now I feel like I am going to have an amazing day!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdqY2a9iRXwHey Dad, check this out, the music is really good. The idea is awesome as well, a video game adaptation of the Divine Comedy. Amazing what these developers can put out nowadays. Hope all is well. Let me know what you think of the above, if anything it is a piece of art. _Ian_
A drop can also be called a drip in Australia, Coffee. Down Under a drip also means a dolt, a fool. It think the world has more drips in it than drops! :)
is that charles
I'm not a small tlak kind of guy.I adored Charles Kuralt. He left us far too soon.
i'm good thanks, and you? Fine weather we're havinggeisha and cat...what's next?!
Well that was a bouncy and addictive little ditty, and again your collages are thought provoking and quite a challenge. But Satoro's couplet does bring the general perspective into communal focus!
subT: Thanks for wading through!em: I hope you did, and do......ian: Games have come a long way since the "toobin" days. Thanks and will give a call soon!david: Yep and yep..........kimy: Yes.megan: )merle: I'm with you. BTW, there's a dvd set of Kuralts On The Road. Need to get a copy myself.tom: Looks like hotter today. Strange!sam: Ivor Cutler was an amazing person, in his own way. Thanks for stopping by!
Its got nice beat and you can dance to it....That sort of sounds like Chaplin, who is it???Love the combo in this work! -J
j: Ivor Cutler, it was..........
I see you're conspiring with Art Spark Theatre again. Very nice.
cg: Hi, I'm not sure she's even seen this.
Hi! C.M.,Nice collages...Thanks, for sharing!C.M. Am I missing something?!?...because I didn't see a music bar?!? Unless it's the link that your son posted.DeeDee ;-D
dd: Sorry, I already took it down. I try not to leave the music up past the expiration of the post.
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