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Most Emailed Photos - 02/09/2004 by guyPaulo
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After it was announced today that Dr Adkins died overweight and unhealthy, his home was raided. An underground storage freezer revealed a treasure trove of questionable meat items.

Having figured out that the Adkins plan was a bunch of phoey, I decided to try an all "herbal" diet.

After a few days on this herbal diet, I became aware of the robot conspiracy, and watched in horror from my couch as this Fem-bot was shot in the chest, only to cackle menacingly and ooze black oil from the wound. I'd run away screaming if I weren't so high....


The challenge was to take the top 3 most emailed photos on yahoo and create a hopefully amusing story about the sequence. I reserve the right to refuse a disturbing picture, this includes any pictures of celine dion.

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<Mort> Wow nice catch on that shadow guy!
<guyPaulo> Hopefully others will see it and not think that I was just rambling....
<Jmofwiw> No, I saw it. It's a good use of shadow.
<ElvisThePelvis> Nice use of shadow and light.
<ajiav> A good use of shadow and light...the strokes are very fluid, and your color is well blended. the sense of perspective has been warped just slightly to suggest the psychological state of the subject.
<Jmofwiw> Oh ... and er ... interesting rhythmic devices too, which seemed to counterpoint the surrealism of the underlying metaphor of the humanity of the poet's compassionate soul which contrives through the medium of the verse structure to sublimate this, transcend that, and come to terms with the fundamental dichotomies of the other, and one is left with a profound and vivid insight into ... into ... er ... Into whatever it was the poem was about!
<mypalmike> I particularly like the way in which the author contrasts the vulgarity of crass celebrity ("Ad-kins" instead of "Atkins") and all the canibalistic je ne cest qua that pervades it with the post-agrocommunistic leftist tendencies found almost exclusively in the media-saturated popular culture phenomenology. This acerbic approach to broaching the subject of man versus machine is a decidedly fragrant retort against the pan-Norwegian efforts of the likes of Nietzsche and Schwarzenegger.
<guyPaulo> Uhhhhh, it wasn't a poem.....I think? Now I'm all confused, and I wrote the damn thing. I knew I shouldn't have gotten high before every art and literature class last semester!
<yoyology> It was better than CATS. I'll see it again and again.

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