Monday, May 08, 2006

Krazy Kinkade.

I must link you to this:

That's HILLARIOUS!!!! I love Purgatorio...

Also, this is random, but someone has spray-painted "Bomb Kinkade" on the Longfellow Bridge in Cambridge, MA.
I am laughing. This one was my favorite:

The Kinkade movement started with a secret society of Baptist women, around a potluck table laden with various renditions of stringbean/ mushroom soup/ potato chip casseroles. This secret society traces its roots back to Martha, the sister of Mary. Rites include vacuuming every day, ridding the world of Jackson Pollock inspired chrome kitchen tables and plastic chairs, and introducing mauve to our living room decor. The gently lit windows in Kinkade paintings hide the nefarious truth, that the light really emanates from gas fireplaces around which fraudulently innocent families chant…”If you’re saved and you know it, clap your hands! If you’re saved and you know it, clap your hands!”
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