Thursday, 16 April 2015

more rough stuff in AI




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  1. Nice works Michelle! The middle one reminds me of wisdom teeth (My daughter had one out last week so perhaps it comes to mind)

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  2. Thanks Sarah. Not much time for writing at present :/ but I just wrote a quasi-academic style blurb for someone's exhibition in Perth. Nice to know my brain still works :)

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  3. I'm writing my conclusion.

    "So this is what I have been telling you, dear examiner, for about the last forty thousand words. Do I really need to say anything else. Probably. Oh, and what was my thesis statement again?"

    Hey, well done on the exhibition blurb x

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  4. Must feel good to be at the end of the thesis Sarah. Hope you dont feel as flat as I did when I handed it in though. Just be a good puppy and jump through those hoops.

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  5. Yes I've had some good advice- "just get it over the line Sarah"

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    1. Yep, and you get to that point where you just want it gone - must be like the end of a pregnancy - I NEED TO GET THIS BABY OUT!! lol

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  6. I dig the middle one too. Got epilepsy and it reminds me of all the nice discussions I had with Neuros as a kid. There are heaps of images like this on the epilepsy chat pages I'm on. Funny how they never help in explaining why you have a strange perception of reality. Reminds me of the 'Pixies' song 'Where is my mind'. Nice colours Michelle. HAHAHA love it when people tell me that.

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    1. Thanks Anne. Epilepsy seems to be quite common these days :/ But I guess it makes life interesting.

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