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Crusty1
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Re: December Caption Comp
Crusty1   12/7/2013 5:16:21 AM
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Two for one "Art plus an embedded security system"

David Ashton
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David Ashton   12/7/2013 12:25:22 AM
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'What have I called it?   "Make Tracks!"'

David Ashton
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David Ashton   12/7/2013 12:21:38 AM
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(Gallery Curator to short-sighted Engineer): "Um, that's all very good, but this is the Art Gallery....I think you should be in the tech college next door....."

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NoNIckName_#2   12/6/2013 9:50:57 PM
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 His designs don't work, but they do sell!

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NoNIckName_#2   12/6/2013 9:47:07 PM
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I don't know art, but I know what I like.

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David Ashton   12/6/2013 6:59:05 PM
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Art Critic: "I just love the busyness and confusion in this composition: it's such a metaphor for the hectic and frenetic nature of modern city life and our endless wanderings between buildings trying to put some order into our lives...."

Engineer: It's a PCB......

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