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There *is* a man in the moon!

Clive Maxfield
11/2/2012 08:12 PM EDT

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BobZ01
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BobZ01   12/17/2012 5:51:44 PM
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You're not going to mass produce them? I definitely want one.

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CWrobel0   11/6/2012 8:08:37 PM
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Maybe the Old man of the mountain can look back up at him: http://www.google.com/search?q=OLD+MAN+IN+THE+MOUNTAIN&hl=en&tbo=u&rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-Address&tbm=isch&source=univ&sa=X&ei=q22ZUKuuC4Le0gGN7oCYAQ&ved=0CDkQsAQ&biw=1280&bih=843

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Rcurl   11/5/2012 9:15:05 PM
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The moon image is looking great! I'll bet you could find someone nearby who could silkscreen the glazes on the bisque for you. The next thing you know we will have to pay to see your finished artwork in a museum.

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Max The Magnificent   11/3/2012 3:29:00 PM
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A print of a mosaic? Actually, I suppose I could take really high-res photos -- so sure, when it's finished (assuming we're both still alive then :-)

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SylvieBarak   11/3/2012 3:12:36 AM
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Pretty cool, Max.... Can I get a finished print when it's done?? :)

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