|L. S. Eldridge|
L. S. Eldridge
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Notes from the Deckle Edge
I was looking through the trash I collect on my desk and found this tidbid that I just have to share in case you didn't see it. It is from the comic strip "Cul de Sac" by Richard Thompson.
Alice: This is the highlight of my academic year - the project that most fully expresses my concerns.
Petey: Some cardboard with a puddle on it?
Alice: The process is the most important part of this piece. First, I poured glue and paint all over the cardboard. Then Buckethead Kevin accidentally sat down on it! I laughed so hard I almost threw up!
Petey: Art can be merely the by-product of a happy accident. (end)
LOL how true.
"Grant us the grace to realize our common humanity and to live peacefully with our profound differences." - Catherine Cookson, Director of Center for the Study of Religeous Freedom at Virginia Wesleyan College.
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