Spent shell casings on the desert ground is pretty accurate. peoples in the Southwest love to shoot up signs and old cars and stuff.
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Thanks Jamie, and thanks for the honor, Jeff...sorry but I have been much too wrapped up handling a family emergency for the last few weeks/months to respond properly. But thanks anyway!
Well not really know which one to start, I like sobte particularly those of black and white and over ... or as I like to say I am not fond of many colors in the picture but hey I like the style but the balnco appreciate black and about the pictures ta good but well, if you want you can visit my blog http://butcherbunykajun.blogspot . com / clear that it is not mandatory but I would like your opinion if you give it and good to follow either the Work Related
The WURLitzer: "his Harley was a model, too. It was only about 10 inches long. Hard to ride those kinds of Harleys."I was go'n'o crack a line about how the girl didn't look like she thought it'd be difficult to ride his ten inch one, but then the part of me which likes to think it's a scientist kicked in and so I now demand you prove, scientifically, your claim it's difficult to ride "those kinds of Harleys."I know what you mean about unappreciativeness, though: I've done art work for people myself, at actual cost to myself, (because they were skint and a mate, or a mate of a mate), but people behave as if they think because you're an artist you somehow shit brushes and canvases, and paint somehow flows for free out your fingertips.I once tried to sell some landscapey type stuff by my brother and was told if it'd've been a print, they'd've happily stumped up thirty quid or more, but they weren't interested because it wasn't a "real" picture, only a "homemade" one!