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Once upon a time, in the L.S.U. School of Music...

March 9 2002 at 10:11 PM
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...I stole a glorious piece of art.
There wasn't much in this rarely used lounge- just an unused desk and a coke machine. On the beige wall, however, was the most extravagent thing I've ever seen-and it was hung there with ticky tack. No frame, just ticky tack. Needless to say I was outraged. I felt that it was not receiving deserved appreciation in the state that it was in. So, I took it home and framed it.
I showed everyone my cherished find- the work of (in my opinion) the most talented and daring artist.
To this day, 'The Eagle' is my favorite wall hanging, but I am officially an obsessed fan of all his work.

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Ooooooh, DARING!

May 29 2002, 11:49 AM 

Very few people that I know would've done that-I know I certainly wouldn't've had the courage to do such a bold, daring (and almost certainly "legally" crimminal) thing. Still, I have a couple of questions. Why would the original "The Eagle" be hung on some wall with just 'ticky tack'? (Do you mean 'STICKY tack'?) And wouldn't it be in a more important room than the one you described? Are you sure it wasn't just a copy, but the ORIGINAL?

Needless to say, though, I believe that Scott Mutter is one of the best artists (if not THE BEST ARTIST) out there.

 
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