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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 14:33 GMT 
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Bobby & Ricky painted me, I was stark boll0ck nekkid


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 14:38 GMT 
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the upside of all this is that we can know that the Divine Ms M will never be painting bouncing butt naked folks prancing around in central park, as its been done before. :shock:


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 14:44 GMT 
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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 14:46 GMT 
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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 14:55 GMT 
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a little high strung, this animalnewyork. if his art career has hit a brick wall, there several cities i believe that are still in need of bob dylan buzzard statutes.
bitter artsy fartsy comedy is not something that is much in demand. :roll:


very embarrasing, back in the old days hed be made to walk the streets of NY with a paper bag over his head, but that was then this is now.


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 16:09 GMT 
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The story may be fake but those Topless Pulp ladies look like a fun bunch to hang out with...

http://coedtoplesspulpfiction.wordpress.com/


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 17:12 GMT 
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now thats what i call 100 percent authenticity. folks here can read the long johnny and supermabel and thickboy thread but im gonna borrow me a doggie and authenticate myself on over there. :P

do a little americarama promotin in central park. :idea:


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 18:28 GMT 
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i like the photo better.


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 19:14 GMT 
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Photo lacks the green nipple. :roll:


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 19:58 GMT 
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Please. The hysterical bride's already trashed most of the slots- let's not do the whole penny arcade.


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 20:02 GMT 
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i like the photo better.


It's definitely better .


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 20:27 GMT 
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the hysterical bride and the penny arcade. one already took it and the other took the slots.
oy vey, superb postin you are liable to find if you look closely enough.

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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 21:51 GMT 
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Too good to be Bob. :P


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 22:08 GMT 
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i knowed that animalnewyork was familiar to me, is he dennis miller? :shock:


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 23:17 GMT 
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Photo lacks the green nipple. :roll:


There's a background photo of a young lady as she holds a book above her head, hoping a stray word may fall from the pages and down through the aperture of her eye into her very being, and if you look carefully you'll see her delicately scuffed elbow seems to suggest a meaty nipple.
And that, regardless of authenticity, originality or Art, is art.


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PostPosted: Fri June 14th, 2013, 23:49 GMT 
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bob probably is tops when it comes to authenticity. everybody is authentic, tho there is a range or good and bad authenticity, otherwise the persons whose authenticity is in question would not exist. for example the angel gabriel is not authentic since he never has existed and never will. now bob, has been existing from since he was born, that makes him totally certified authentic.
now, there is a spectrum when it comes to the positive and negative authenticity. bob has made a record called Tempest at 72 years old. Nobody has of now been able do deliver the artistic goods in such an impressive manner ever before in mankind. that makes him tops when it comes to authenticity, there aint even an argument to be made of it.
most of the people like animalnewyork who try to dis bob end up making spectacles of themselves and posting high strung gibberish on the internet. he is going nuts on account the anti bob blogs he frequented are getting disappeared, due to sensible readers complaining to the servers about the absurd content. its a pity about animalnewyork and his ilk, after intervention and much therapy, and after a short stay in bellview, they usually end up as political experts on Fox News. :shock:


green nipples occur rarely oftentimes by accident. :shock:


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PostPosted: Sat June 15th, 2013, 12:04 GMT 
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There's a background photo of a young lady as she holds a book above her head, hoping a stray word may fall from the pages and down through the aperture of her eye into her very being...

That stray word could very well be "Dylan." The book the topless women were reading in the park is David Bowman's Bunny Modern. The story centers on a world without electricity and one of the competing theories on why the electricity disappeared has to do with Bob Dylan plugging in. One of the main characters in the book is named Dylan.

Here's a passage:
"You're not one of those Tower Record freaks who believe that all our current is flowing back through time to when Dylan went electric at Newport?" she says.

"That would be ironic." This Dylan smiles.
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Fulton Ryder is Richard Prince's private bookshop and publishing concern. A photo that Fulton Ryder posted along with shots of women from the Topless Pulp Fiction Club in the park is of a copy of Bunny Modern open to a two-page spread from a part of the book that mentions Bob Dylan and "the Ghost of Electricity" to which torn out photos of Dylan have been applied. Two passages from the book have been highlighted as well. You can see the photo here: https://twitter.com/fulton_ryder/status ... 53/photo/1


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bob has made a record called Tempest at 72 years old. Nobody has of now been able do deliver the artistic goods in such an impressive manner ever before in mankind. that makes him tops when it comes to authenticity


Huh?

Frank Lloyd Wright had his most prolific output while in his eighties, and the Guggenheim Museum was completed just before he died at the age of 91.


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PostPosted: Sat June 15th, 2013, 12:47 GMT 
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95 years old is the guy making those bob buzzard statutes. museums are a dime a dozen a warehouse with a dome on it.

Tempest is untouchable as a work of art. :shock:
incredible what you read on the internet, its a total free for all.

these animalnewyork type folks that dont like bob for some reason or another. nobody is really sure about it. but they circulate around his name 24/7. there is a lack of understanding in the world about this new phenomenom that is sweeping the internet. they should open up a toll free foundation to investigate this. :shock:

dont like bob music, have none of his records but wanna place buzzard statutes of him all over the planet as a way to honor him. you think having buzzard statutes of yourself is an honor? if so, please pm i got a box of green nipples for sale , 75 dollars plus postage. :roll:


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PostPosted: Sat June 15th, 2013, 14:01 GMT 
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scottw wrote:
Trev wrote:
There's a background photo of a young lady as she holds a book above her head, hoping a stray word may fall from the pages and down through the aperture of her eye into her very being...

That stray word could very well be "Dylan." The book the topless women were reading in the park is David Bowman's Bunny Modern. The story centers on a world without electricity and one of the competing theories on why the electricity disappeared has to do with Bob Dylan plugging in. One of the main characters in the book is named Dylan.

Here's a passage:
"You're not one of those Tower Record freaks who believe that all our current is flowing back through time to when Dylan went electric at Newport?" she says.

"That would be ironic." This Dylan smiles.
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Fulton Ryder is Richard Prince's private bookshop and publishing concern. A photo that Fulton Ryder posted along with shots of women from the Topless Pulp Fiction Club in the park is of a copy of Bunny Modern open to a two-page spread from a part of the book that mentions Bob Dylan and "the Ghost of Electricity" to which torn out photos of Dylan have been applied. Two passages from the book have been highlighted as well. You can see the photo here: https://twitter.com/fulton_ryder/status ... 53/photo/1

Thanks, scottw.


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PostPosted: Sat June 15th, 2013, 14:40 GMT 
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toilandblood wrote:
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the hysterical bride and the penny arcade. one already took it and the other took the slots.
oy vey, superb postin you are liable to find if you look closely enough.

:roll:

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PostPosted: Sat June 15th, 2013, 14:58 GMT 
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CORRECT. and one thing of great importance i would like to add. ANYONE CAN BUILD a MUSEUM.
all you need is a billion dollars. gimme the billion dollars and ill whip up one for quickly and without any of the associated carryin on.

you get a warehouse clean it out. go to the tile place and get some tile. get something with an edge and out of the ordinary thats what folks at the Nobel prize committee love. instead of the white tile get the one with the dots that they were aiming to dump. make sure its laid down smoothly and straight use a ruler to examine the flatness of it and make sure nobody is getting drunk while working.
then to proceed, you write up a plan with a big room there on the one side and a couple of smaller rooms on the other side. make some stairs to communicate them,with a couple of small gargoyles on the floor next to the entrance, the artsy fartsy crowd loves that.
and then, go over to the movie set and grab some of the material left over from the Star Trek movie and set it up sideways on the front of the warehouse. if you see any green feathers grab them too and set them atop what would now best be called 'the post futuritic facade'.

you get the idea, simple. make sure you get your cut tho. this is done without breaking a sweat
but making something of the magnitude of Tempest is beyond not only myself but just about anybody. thats why folks seethe against bob, its jealousy, he found the mojo while everybody was going round in cirlces. :D


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PostPosted: Sat June 15th, 2013, 19:11 GMT 
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i think i know what the Pope meant about a gay lobby. you cant foe em. :D
ignoring dont work with them it only makes it worse.


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PostPosted: Sat June 15th, 2013, 19:15 GMT 
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ANYONE CAN BUILD a MUSEUM.

Maybe.... but only FL Wright could have created that Guggenheim...... the design and creation of that museum in that place was far, far, more shocking than Like a Rolling Stone hitting the airways..... JWH.... or even the gospel albums.... were in their time and place.

Wright was quite celebrated in his early years..... and then in from his mid 40's to mid 60's sunk further than our Mr. D. would ever have gone..... and came back to do almost a third of his most wonderful work after the age of 80.... I find it rather short sighted for anyone to think that Dylan is anywhere near the end of creative time..... There is no reason at this point to think that he is not going to make 90 years old or better..... he is active, works way beyond his need for fame or money, still creating (in multiple media)..... seems as clear in his thinking as he ever was..... and as unconventional..... and lastly.... he is Dylan..... always one to keep moving and changing and coming up with who knows what that wasn't at all expected.....

But I still don't think he was painting nudes in Central Park... :roll:


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PostPosted: Sat June 15th, 2013, 19:26 GMT 
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goombay wrote:
ANYONE CAN BUILD a MUSEUM.

Maybe.... but only FL Wright could have created that Guggenheim...... the design and creation of that museum in that place was far, far, more shocking than Like a Rolling Stone hitting the airways..... JWH.... or even the gospel albums.... were in their time and place.

Wright was quite celebrated in his early years..... and then in from his mid 40's to mid 60's sunk further than our Mr. D. would ever have gone..... and came back to do almost a third of his most wonderful work after the age of 80.... I find it rather short sighted for anyone to think that Dylan is anywhere near the end of creative time..... There is no reason at this point to think that he is not going to make 90 years old or better..... he is active, works way beyond his need for fame or money, still creating (in multiple media)..... seems as clear in his thinking as he ever was..... and as unconventional..... and lastly.... he is Dylan..... always one to keep moving and changing and coming up with who knows what that wasn't at all expected.....

But I still don't think he was painting nudes in Central Park... :roll:



you think this Guggenheim is a good museum. give Bob a billion dollars and see what he comes up with. hell tear that building down in no time at all. the rock and roll hall of fame will coordinate to move there as soon as its built.
but someone gotta come up with the billion dollars.

gimme a billion dollars and ill make a museum that will make folks forget this individual and his gugggenheim.
ill fill it with the most exquisite plumes and exotic feathers from all over the world, with flowers of all types including the celebrated ottoman coffee bean plant, prominently displayed.
ill use copper silver and gold and many metals rarely seen, plenty of lapiz lazuli (SP). Special effects with laser lights and precious ornaments. IRONMAN and SPIDERMAN will be clamoring to make their movies there, i dont see nobody making and good movies at the guggenheim, its like sleepy time down south currently there.
AND most importantly i will BRING THE FINEST ART in the world primarlily the ENTIRE BOB DYLAN PAINTING COLLECTION from all the different exhibits. can the Guggenheim beat that? surely not.

get the money together and lets boogiel :D


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