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Important reading.

Still relevant.

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And Bunion!

Get the boxed set. Thats the power move.

Posters, people. Posters. Before posts we had posters.

Now, we have both.

Thank you Michael Economy.

Click the pics to buy this important new publication of important old issues and more.

If Connie’s in it, it’s GOT to be good!

We are talking about interviews here. With talented artists like Kenny Kenny – that’s who. Now click over to their website and order your copy. Do it now. You’ll get out under forty. It’s worth $400.00. I told him, I think you should sell these for $400.00.

It’s Michael’s book, so you can thank Michael, honey. He’s got these priced at 35 US doll hairs.

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“I think books are so decorative, don’t you?” – Gloria Upson

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They’re going to be gone, ya know. These are first edition , people.

Alright, well I’m tellin you now, you can’t borrow mine – so forget that, sister. No way. Nope. Not borrowin it.

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and the answer is … This exciting compendium of issues features lots of new material too and at 35 dollars it may make your heart skip one of these

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Thanksgiving Photography and Design

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This is Macy’s big parade in 1988 as seen by the master photographer Elliott Erwitt.

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The cornucopia or horn of plenty is Thanksgiving’s enduring symbol of abundance. It comes to us today from the very earliest of ancient Greek oral-poetic traditions. This symbol goes back…quite simply it goes all the way back. Read all about it on Wikipedia.

(FACTOID – The iPhone was invented much later.)

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle

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It’s always been about tie-ins and corporate cross marketing. Look for the new GAP balloon this year, a massive “balloon” shaped balloon in tan.

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The Holidays are a time for costumes but Pilgrim is out. The kids will be wearing a First Nations, Native American / American Indian look this year. “We’re sorry we stole your world,” is the sentiment behind the feathers and paint. ( “We love your casinos though.” )

Susan Dey. FACE. Susan Dey. BOOM. Susan Dey, say I.