2/04/2017

A Lost Art

Email Sent in by Denise:

Dear lady,

I see you have an artistic flair! I love art. My favorite is Leonardo da Vinci Biography Leonardo da Vinci - Mini Biography (TV-PG; 3:14) Leonardo da Vinci began apprenticing under the artist Verrocchio. His best-known works are two of the most famous paintings of all time, the "Mona Lisa" and "The Last Supper." Michelangelo was born on March 6, 1475, in Caprese, Italy. Born to a family of moderate means in the banking business.

Who is your favorite artist? Do you like the guy who painted the mona lisa? He is one of my favorites too. Random Trivia: Can you name him????

Tim

7 comments:

  1. I cringe at people who try too hard to get someone to like them and do so in a half ass way.It just makes it more cringe worthy.If Tim would of said that the greatest work of art was The Beatles Yesterday And Today butcher baby album cover then he would of had op eating out of his hand.

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    1. You're right MelSmiles75 this is so weak.

      For dumb young men out there: If you are wondering: can a deep and abiding interest in art (or poetry) help to woo the ladies? trust me the answer is YES, YES IT CAN. But not because women are facile morons that are duped by your terribly obvious attempts to seem into what they like, but because all people in general are turned on by dates who have real interests in things other than their boring jobs and their boring friends and the same television show everyone else watches. But you have to actually know something about the topic and actually be excited about it (excited enough to create a whole set of screen names across a number of platforms that revolve around various dead poets for example).

      Sorry, rant over. This is just so damn sad though.

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    2. Cringe is the word, Mel. Cringe I did indeed.

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    3. @melaniesmiles75, I enjoy reading most of your comments, you seem to be a sensible person,but PLEASE stop saying 'would of'and 'could of '.There is no such phrase in the English language! It is would HAVE'AND 'could HAVE'.Sorry to be pedantic but I think correct grammar is important.

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    4. @melaniesmiles75, I enjoy reading most of your comments, you seem to be a sensible person,but PLEASE stop saying 'would of'and 'could of '.There is no such phrase in the English language! It is would HAVE'AND 'could HAVE'.Sorry to be pedantic but I think correct grammar is important.

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  2. This video report gets a C- at best.

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  3. Clearly a cut-paste plagiarism from a TV guide ( not even Wikipedia?). He flunked.

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