disposible


I’m working on a disposible project.
All I need is for someone to shoot their brains out for me.
Pretty please?

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6 responses

  1. :cries:

    I love love love these.

    You never lost it.

    p/s: You can shoot my brains out after I write my Art History paper. But you have to put them back before the new term starts.

    November 28, 2004 at 6:32 am

  2. Thank you! ♥
    I’m getting a bit more in the hang of taking my camera out with me again, and seeing what’s photo-worthy.

    I didn’t know you had papers to write. Or midterms for that matter.

    Will you really let your gray matter pour out onto a table just for the sake of art?

    P/S: The “Justin Walsh” you mention in the image on your user info page… do you have a link for him? Searching is hard!

    November 28, 2004 at 4:59 pm

  3. Well, just to clarify, it’s an exam paper to write, not an essay of any sort. I’d much rather write one of those at this point! It’s been years since I’ve had to memorize dates.. and don’t even get me started on Italian and Greek names :(

    If I can tastefully do it without actually dying, then sure!

    p/s: Justin Walsh’s homepage – http://www.resist-imposters.com/ He makes a lot of concert posters.

    November 30, 2004 at 12:37 am

  4. Thanks for the link! He’s got some good shit up there. Gives me some inspiration for my Christmas card, that I should really get working on.

    Oh! I thought you meant you were writing an essay for Art History; I wasn’t thinking of it as “paper” as in “exam paper”. I bet you’re cursing the Greeks and Italians for being so dominant in historical art, aren’t you? And French too, for that matetr!

    I think I can make you die tastefully, except, I don’t know how alive you’ll be. I’m envisioning someone dead on a table, a single gunshot to their head and their brains pouring out onto the table, alongside an open book. How hard it that?! Very hard!

    November 30, 2004 at 5:01 pm

  5. The spelling of Italian/Greek/French names was probably the hardest things to remember! I copped out and DID NOT memorize any specific dates (ie: 1542). For 1/2 mark we had to give the time and period. And so I memorize periods instead. That means I probably won’t even get that 1/2 mark but oh well. Trying to remember 32 individual dates.. pshhhhhhh.

    Ewww. That reminds me of JFK. I’ve seen pictures of when he was on the autopsy table. They were sad :(

    But it’d be funny if that open book was a cooking book!
    Brilliant.

    December 14, 2004 at 5:58 am

  6. Similar-sounding Italian names are the worst!
    To me, it doesn’t make much sense to memorize specific dates. TIme periods are so much more useful but of course, the stereotype is that history is full of dates.

    You’ve seen JFK autopsy pictures? Wow… I didn’t think those would be publicized.
    I’ve seen alien autopsy pictures. One looked like Newt Gingrich.

    December 22, 2004 at 4:07 pm

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