There may be a weakness in this terrible weapon that the rebel forces can exploit. I can feel it.
I’m not sure, this is either an avant-weirde ranch-style house with rocket silo and outdoor 20′ deviled egg, or possibly the giant flaming eye of Sauron on its side. Either way.
Abstract expressionism has a lot to answer for. It’s the free verse of visual art. Once three huge color fields became a masterpiece, art teachers everywhere just lost their perspective. “I know, I really should give this a C-, but…three huge color fields sold for $86.8 million…who am I to judge? I like it, it’s got…angles.”
And such angles. a spinning wheel of reds and oranges, spinning slowly around a sunny side up egg. Brilliant. A little on the smudgy side, but that’s nothing we can’t fix with a couple of high pass filters.
On the opposite end of the spectrum–but still very much on the same spectrum, no doubt about it, we have this. I call it “pony tail covered in mustard,” but I may be reading it wrong, it may be about the yellow. I can never tell.
Originally this was part of a triptych featuring different condiments, but the mayonnaise went off.
Ponymustard from Goodwill on Airport near 290, Eye of Sauron from Savers on South Lamar, Austin
One Response to “Okay, we’ve got the plans for their base.”
Ponymustard has wonderful movement!