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    My favorite funny art quote ...of all time



    This made me laugh SO much the first time I saw it... Julianne Moore's completely straight face... wow

    Does anyone actually know someone like this?


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    Hehehe, I have all forgotten about it, because the scene I remember most is the one where Lebowski accidentally scatters the ashes of his late friend into his own face.

    And yes, I know someone who is at least a little bit like that. She is busy with a doctorate in - get this - photography. She does take nice photos, mind you. But boy, can she see deeper meaning in pictures, except of course pictures that actually portray something. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by blogmatix View Post
    Hehehe, I have all forgotten about it, because the scene I remember most is the one where Lebowski accidentally scatters the ashes of his late friend into his own face.

    And yes, I know someone who is at least a little bit like that. She is busy with a doctorate in - get this - photography. She does take nice photos, mind you. But boy, can she see deeper meaning in pictures, except of course pictures that actually portray something. :-)
    That's awesome man. She sounds like a real Maude. Have any links to her stuff? I've always wanted to meet a person like this and just chat. I walk by this art school often, near the art history building...
    And yeah that was a great scene... even then The Dude takes it in stride and hugs Walter. Great character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blogmatix View Post
    Hehehe, I have all forgotten about it, because the scene I remember most is the one where Lebowski accidentally scatters the ashes of his late friend into his own face.

    And yes, I know someone who is at least a little bit like that. She is busy with a doctorate in - get this - photography. She does take nice photos, mind you. But boy, can she see deeper meaning in pictures, except of course pictures that actually portray something. :-)
    Well its not actually The Dude who scatters the ashes, its Walter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shahan View Post
    That's awesome man. She sounds like a real Maude. Have any links to her stuff? I've always wanted to meet a person like this and just chat.
    No, alas, I don't think she has anything online. Her photos are perfectly good; I just find it weird that it can be considered so academic a pursuit that one can do a doctorate in it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by timpaatkins View Post
    Well its not actually The Dude who scatters the ashes, its Walter.
    Well, there you have it. It's been ages since I saw the film. I seem to remember the Dude also getting a face full of ashes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blogmatix View Post
    ... I don't think she has anything online....
    That's so Maude... heh.
    Yeah I know a couple of people who don't put stuff online, I think it is because they don't want to get their ideas stolen or something like that. I'm sure everyone has their reasons.

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    Steve Colbert has that beat easy. So does Ilaekae. Anyway, here's a recent quip from Colbert,

    "Art is a three-letter word for how to disappoint your parents."

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    Quote Originally Posted by TASmith View Post
    Steve Colbert has that beat easy. So does Ilaekae. Anyway, here's a recent quip from Colbert,

    "Art is a three-letter word for how to disappoint your parents."
    Holy shit that made me lol.

    Mine is from Rockwell

    "if a picture is going badly, put a dog in it. If it is going really badly, put a bandage on the dog's paw."

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