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texting at the metropolitan

Teppo

Here’s a recent photo: two young ladies texting at the new Greek exhibit at the Metropolitan – click to enlarge.

Written by teppo

October 13, 2007 at 7:16 am

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  1. They are not young, and they’re hoping to find the elixir on the internet that will bring the statues back to life. They have come to the metro to be in a proper place, but they have no real interest. As that Texas expression says, “all hat and no cattle”.
    There are the three Charities:
    EUPHROSYNE, AGLAEA, AND THALIA PARTY
    Posing at the banquet
    for Zeus gadzooks,
    the goddesses revealed
    daring derrièrés
    siren plump and circumstances
    three abreast
    not like Picasso
    but six breasted entertainment,
    servings in joy
    platters stacked with
    morsels of beauty,
    triple essence for
    the quintessential feast

    In praise
    for these three charities,
    many contributions fawn, but

    I want a goddess
    or three
    for my birthday, because
    on my calling card it says:

    “Have sword;
    will travel”

    These Ladies may be patrons of the museum, but they know nothing about culture. They are just lost, and the grandchildren they are trying to contact on the cellphone are just humoring them….
    p.s. you didn’t really expect a comment, did you? And as is usual, the theorists will dance around me. No?

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    Doug

    October 14, 2007 at 6:31 pm


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