5. March 2012 02:09
Larry Gregory…for “Attention is always temporary”
Nick Lewis….. for “Baby angels eating a McDonald's mcgriddle (which tastes like a baby angel)”
Joe Cleaverfor… the “Undertaker.”
Strange. They all work(ed) for Microsoft. For DPE. United States.
What does that mean???
20. April 2010 20:51
A story of the perfect example of what LEGO calls the Clutch Power of bricks – the ability to stick yet easy to let go.
Copenhagen Denmark. April 12, 2010. – Observe the lovely painstaking handcrafted Scandinavian charm bracelet which I took with me to Denmark. Pieced together from vintage 1940s charms, I have yet to wear the bracelet. Not until I had seen the sights on the bracelet – specifically the Little Mermaid, which appears 4 times in the finished bracelet.
After a canal tour to Langelinie with my Lille Hund Littles – I spy the rocks which the Little mermaid sits. But she is gone. In her place are 4 teenagers with piercings smoking cigarettes. Apparently, someone (who I was coincidentally to encounter the very next day), brokered a deal with China to swap out the Little Mermaid in exchange for some digital art. She was sent off days before my arrival. “But where’s the digital art?”, someone asks, pointing to the smoking teenagers. “It hasn’t arrived yet”. Hamlet’s opening quote may ring true and the bracelet remains unworn.