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World Series Dreaming:
I was at the Art Institute of Chicago today with the wife. One of the unintended benefits of being sporadically employed is all the random free time you have lying around. And one of the benefits of being a Chicago resident is the discount/free days at the city museums. So hooray for free crap. Whenever you’re done checking out our first Dreamcast, read ahead and see some Cubs stuff in art form…
I’m not a big art buff. I do appreciate nice pictures, and I also have a wry and sarcastic sense of humor so I approach art in museums with a hint of Mystery Science Theater thrown in. Here are some examples, and forgive me if I don’t actually know the names of the paintings…I also have a pretty selective memory.
Dudes with beards who look like some dudes with beards in real life.
Check out these guys. I think this is one of a bajillion different paintings of Jesus Christ and one of his disciples. Or maybe it’s Jesus and a Jesus clone. I have no idea. But it did remind me of Jeff ...
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