"No, my dear Edmund, I am not interested in seeing your etchings or your art school diploma."
The Starving Artists Sale over at the Hilton last week was declared a success today by Victoria Tingle, our Roving Culture correspondent. Fifteen starving artists were sold along with all their paints and canvases.
Quote of the month.
We do not receive wisdom. We must discover it ourselves, after a journey through the wilderness, which none can make for us, which no one can spare us, for our wisdom is the point of view from which we come at last to regard the world.
"Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like
and let the food fight it out inside."
Sturdley Shinglehammer, the world's worst living poet, submits a little doggerel from time to time...
this is another bow-wow:
A CAUTIONARY TALE
My mother was a short pea-hen.
My father was a tall penguin.
Every day with dad was formal dress,
But I was just a total mess.
Then one day I grew anew ,
And turned a bright, beautiful blue.
Now, I'm on daily exhibit,
And, my parents finally get it.
Quote of the day from Harley Bentbow of Lake Studebaker:
"As I told the other driver in court...a simple hand gesture would have been sufficient!"
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