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DAVID:Downright neighborly and snazzles!
EDubya in the Box
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July 19, 2006
This is LONG OVER DUE.
Um, about 26 years overdue.....
It will be difficult and not flow well because I love teasing Dave.
He is lovable, adorable, charming and endearing to be sure!
I have known david since he was 16.
In High School
he was ALREADY
an accomplished artist,
musician, actor and friend.
IN HIGH SCHOOL.
How to describe him?
sui generis \soo-eye-JEN-ur-us; soo-ee-\, adjective:
Being the only example of its kind; constituting a class of its own; unique.
Defining Dave see also:
off the map
He reminds me a LOT of Jimmy Stewart.
I Don't think Dave could TELL a LIE even if he WANTED TO.
It is not his nature.
He has no mean in him AT ALL.
He would do anything he could to help a friend.
He is....a maverick!
Dave is probablythe ONLY OTHER PERSON I KNOW who LOVES LARRY STORCH as MUCH as I do.
May 21, 2005
David is swell.
I always picture he and his wife as a fantastically hip French couple from the sixties...all in black and white and with cigarettes and cocktails. I'm not sure why this is....
March 7, 2005
David is the authority on Tiki's. His son is the authority of all potato man projects. You need help with either of these...you now know who to call.
When David posts, I read. Why? Hilarity accompanied by wit, and it always makes me smile.
July 28, 2004
This guy David is way cool.
First, he's like quiz show smart.
Next, his taste in music and film ... aboveboard, to say the least.
What's more, he's a dad and a dude. Which, in my book, makes him even cooler.
Oh, and may I add for good measure, he's polite and thoughtful. And in today's world of jagged manners, that's saying something.
Which brings up another thing about David: when he says something, he's saying something. Really saying something.
May 13, 2004
I love every bit of David. That's why I married him.
Though raised by gibbons with a limited grasp of the English language, I managed to translate my mediocre high school grades into a successful career in llama herding. After becoming tired of the smell, I attended the Larry Storch International School of Electronic Hair Dryer Repair in the town of my birth, Xenia, Ohio. I worked toward receiving my masters degree while employed as a gigolo for widowed yard duties. Eventually I decided to see the world, so I packed up my collection of pre-WWII egg beaters and my trusty dog, Melvin, and caught a steamer to the South Pacific island of Fatu Hiva. There I learned the ancient art of headshrinking and kava fermentation, and have been providing robust business solutions to Hollywood agents ever since. My family and our 7 mynah birds, 9 spotted weasels and 27 professionally trained potato bugs live in a former dehydrated astronaut food factory on the outskirts of a major metropolitan airport.
Artist: Desmond Francis Purcell
Mon, January 22, 2007 - 11:40 PM
Media: Paper, Felt Markers, Stickers
Date: January 22, 2007
Central to the work is a conflict involving a black cat on the first story of a Spanish style, tile-roofed house, shouting "Will you cut that out!" What is ambiguous, however, is the reason for the black cat's exclamation.
One's initial assumption might be that the ginger cat on the second story, who drops feces onto the floor, is the recipient of the black cat's outrage, and is being reprimanded for not using the litter box. It would be easy to reach this conclusion, particularly because the black cat on the first story appears to align himself with other well-behaved felines, including the ginger-and-white cat on the far left who has recently used the litter box like a good cat should and now finishes his business tidily. Also, the second story suggests a dark or even criminal element, as the Siamese on the top right is locked in a cage and the two black cats on the far left indulge in vain, possibly conspiratorial activities. Also note the green light fixtures exist only on the first floor, and there are no lights on the second floor.
When the artist was questioned, however, it was revealed that the black cat on the first story is actually unaware of any subversive activities occurring on the second floor, and is yelling at the ginger cat standing directly to his right. BUT WHY?
The artist has refused to discuss the piece any further.