From: hermine at endangeredspecies.com (hermine) on 2007.11.28 at 17:55:56(16756)|
At 03:32 AM 11/28/2007, you wrote:
> From: aroid-l-bounces at gizmoworks.com on behalf of hermine
> (hermine at endangeredspecies.com)
> Sent: Sun 11/25/07 5:20 PM
> Reply-to: Discussion of aroids (aroid-l at gizmoworks.com)
> To: Discussion of aroids (aroid-l at gizmoworks.com); Discussion
> of aroids (aroid-l at gizmoworks.com)
>Dear Deni and Friends,
>I am posting the note (below) which I had sent to Hermine off-l, she
>claims that it contains enough ''scholarly'' and important
>information that it NEEDS to be on aroid-l, so here goes, and to any
>prudes ''out there'', bring on the heat!!
Artists are used to such things and dont spazz over them. years of
drawing naked people kind of dulls whatever it is which makes it a
BIG DEAL for civilians. Much art is terribly hot and were it not in
a museum with a big frame around it, could do time as playboy
centerfolds. Ceptin how those ladies are not skinny enough for today,
and have actual "FLESH" and no implants. Especially when the
renaissance came in and paintings in europe stopped being bible stories.
THE NAKED MAJA was such a big deal the postmaster general banned it
here for use in a postage stamp celebrating the works of GOYA.
I like it when that happens, a whole generation noticed GOYA because of that!
Back to our scheduled examination of the private parts of plants,
which is really the basis for taxonomy yes no?