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    I don't profess to be much of an art buff. Sure, I'm familiar with the masters: Monet, Manet, Van Gogh. But I'll be the first to admit that beyond the superficial and cursory appreciation of beauty, my knowledge base is fairly limited.

    That being said, however, I feel secure in pronouncing this man's work to be amongst the most important of this - or any - generation.

    Yes I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmandaG
    I don't profess to be much of an art buff. Sure, I'm familiar with the masters: Monet, Manet, Van Gogh. But I'll be the first to admit that beyond the superficial and cursory appreciation of beauty, my knowledge base is fairly limited.

    That being said, however, I feel secure in pronouncing this man's work to be amongst the most important of this - or any - generation.

    Yes I do.
    definitely...different! What's with the little Mr. T's?

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    How much do I love this art? THIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS much My three favorites are 'Two Warriors Come Out of the Sky', 'The Lesson of the Geese', and of course, 'Husky Ne'er Do Well'. Great stuff
    "Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter."- Yoda

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    Quote Originally Posted by stargazer401
    My three favorites are 'Two Warriors Come Out of the Sky', 'The Lesson of the Geese', and of course, 'Husky Ne'er Do Well'. Great stuff
    My hands-down favorite is "Killing Machine". I'm so ordering the t-shirt.

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    Two Warriors Come Out of The Sky is a definite fave
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmandaG
    I don't profess to be much of an art buff. Sure, I'm familiar with the masters: Monet, Manet, Van Gogh. But I'll be the first to admit that beyond the superficial and cursory appreciation of beauty, my knowledge base is fairly limited.

    That being said, however, I feel secure in pronouncing this man's work to be amongst the most important of this - or any - generation.

    Yes I do.
    Wow. I think "Those that Bind" is great. "Lesson of the Geese" is cool too.

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    Being a product of the 80's and a hairstylist throughout the 90's, this site brings back the good ol' days...

    http://www.mulletsgalore.com

    Click on "Classifications" and then browse the 10 sections. My personal favorites:
    #9--The Femullet (Hobbies: a game called "bar slut")
    #14--??? (Mary Mother of God Make It Stop!!!)
    #34--The Future of America
    #75--High School Memories
    (I swear the pics could have come from MY yearbook! )
    #94--Chubby Femullet

    Enjoy!
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    That's a good one realitycrazmom. Reminds me of the good old days before high school. Most of my friends didn't go as far as the full mullet but some of them did have tails.
    Log off. That cookie sh*t makes me nervous. --Tony Soprano

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    From the Disturbing Art Department:

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    Quote Originally Posted by realitycrazmom
    Being a product of the 80's and a hairstylist throughout the 90's, this site brings back the good ol' days...

    http://www.mulletsgalore.com

    Click on "Classifications" and then browse the 10 sections. My personal favorites:
    #9--The Femullet (Hobbies: a game called "bar slut")
    #14--??? (Mary Mother of God Make It Stop!!!)
    #34--The Future of America
    #75--High School Memories
    (I swear the pics could have come from MY yearbook! )
    #94--Chubby Femullet

    Enjoy!

    Those were great. I'm embarassed to admit that I sported a "minitruck mullet" in High school back in the 80's
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