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  1. JackParsons commented on Frog Applause about 2 years ago

    Rubber bands: I could swear that’s from a Warner Bros. cartoon- one of the very surreal ones. And they walk along making a goofy noise.

    And you can never go wrong with Turner. I didn’t know his work before I beheld a mid-career painting in the big Boston museum. “Hey babe! Look at this- it’s really cool!” “Yes, dear, that’s a Turner.”

  2. JackParsons commented on Frog Applause over 2 years ago

    Transgender Miss England, maybe.

    http://www.nma.tv/jackie-green-sexchange-teen-england-semifinals/

  3. JackParsons commented on Frog Applause over 2 years ago

    Oh, and I have discovered a new method of putting the vile to death: make the perp watch “The Room” without Rifftrax to ease the pain.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Room_%28film%29

  4. JackParsons commented on Frog Applause over 2 years ago

    Haven’t been to the blog in months- looks like the censorship has relaxed?

  5. JackParsons commented on Frog Applause over 2 years ago

    No matter what he did for the rest of his career, Don Johnson was The Boy in “A Boy And His Dog”. Teflon for lameness points.

  6. JackParsons commented on Frog Applause almost 3 years ago

    Catching up on the blog- thanks for the dog food ad. In my industry, the software product is “dog food”, and using your own software is called ‘eating your own dog food’. This ad goes to work, baby.

  7. JackParsons commented on Frog Applause almost 3 years ago

    Martin&Lewis: I can’t find it now, but Richard Avedon had all of his models, including celebrity portrait subjects, jump. There is a book of these called “Jumping”. Salvador Dali had three cats thrown from the right and three buckets of water thrown from the left.

  8. JackParsons commented on Frog Applause almost 3 years ago

    Ernst Haeckel, not ‘ernest’. Taschen reprinted these amazing books of b&w and color illustrations of sea critters, including radiolarians and other diatoma. Very fine trip art.

  9. JackParsons commented on Frog Applause almost 3 years ago

    Walter/Wendy? I’ve never seen a pic I grew up with the clockwork orange soundtrack, played it to death.

  10. JackParsons commented on Frog Applause almost 3 years ago

    Christian Schad- one of those second-string early 20th century artists who fill my bookshelf.