How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Alright... on a completely unrelated note over the weekend, stopped into the art gallery in troy. Well, while there (i may have already mentioned this), I saw these really awesome sculptures. They were done in colored glass, heavy wire and old electronic parts. They were constructed with such an eye for symmetry and such taste... I was bowled over by them. So, I took down the artist's name. Tonight I did a little research and hunted her down. I'm gonna give her a ring tomorrow. Former St. Rose student, and I think she teaches now, but I'm not sure.

Is it odd that someone will do a really cool work of art and I'll track them to talk to them about it? I'm still working on Lisa Loeb... famous people are often a tad more secretive than those that have a small place in rensallear.

Anywho, Beth O'Rourke, tomorrow you meet Remy...


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