Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Parapro the Musical Scene 1















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34 comments:

  1. Tis cruel of you not to include sheet music or audio with this.

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    1. I will send you an mp3 of me singing it if you promise to erase it after one listen

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  2. Your caution sign nearly had me shoot oatmeal out my nose. Thanks for that :)

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    1. I like oatmeal as well, though I am not able to eat it very much.
      I have never shot it out of my nose, but I did have an ant crawl into my ear when I was child. It hurt terribly.

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    1. *respects gesture, uncertain of its meaning*

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    2. Seriously, Mike... have you never been to a concert? You hold up a lighter and...

      Oh, never mind. I'm old. Carry on.

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    3. err...who is this 'Mike' of which you speak? Sounds to me like he was messing with ya and has held up plenty lighters in his time, especially when White Lion plays "When the Children Cry"

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    4. Maybe that's where I got confused...

      Or maybe it was just the innate Mike-ish-ness you seem to exude.

      *sways and holds up lighter while singing, "When the Children Cryyyyyy..."

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  4. Awesome. Just awesome.

    I usually envision you using references when you draw -- holding up your hands to see how to draw the fingers when snapping for instance. The synchronized swimming number... is it okay if I pretend that you actually got your students to do this so you could draw it?

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    1. Thanks Alan! I do use references, and in this case I stared at my own leg and just changed the color of it

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  5. Hardy round of applause...
    This paraprofessional paper pusher salutes you!

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  6. Seriously, did you strain something while drawing this because this is completely and utterly several shades of AWESOME! Wow! The "Birth of Venus" reference with the synchronized swimming is just so fab. Really. Your creativity brings such happiness!!!

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    1. Oh thank you! You are so nice-I am mad because I forgot to draw sparklers on the clam and jutting out of my shower cap

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  7. Screw "professional". ANyone who wipes someone else's bum as a part of their workday gets my vote for saint. You're the frigging King, man.

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    1. NOOOOO way-not a saint at all, if you knew me you would never think that-a saint would not complain as much as I do

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    1. [chuckles back, then wonders why]

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    2. [Now that you mention it, I wonder why as weLL. But I have slept two many times since the original chuckle(s)]

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  9. Hahaha.......... awesomeness! This was absolutely hilarious!

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  10. So very curious what tune you were humming to as you created this Piece of Awesome. Very, very funny - I always love my visits here.

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    1. Hello Lisa, the tune is a rough borrowing from Bjork's "Dancer in the Dark" soundtrack, sort of

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  11. You know how I love a new musical, Gween.

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    1. Thanks Marianne. More to come, hopefully

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  12. Ahh - the birth of 'Gweenus'. I can hear music, across the miles. Haha, as usual that funny sadness that makes me come back again and again.

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    1. 'Gweenus' sounds dirty for some reason. Thanks for reading, Julie!

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  13. You can nail a butt wiping scene like no other. Van Gogh... Cezanne..and the ass wipes of Gweenbrick

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    1. You flatterer-if only I could render butt wiping in with same perfection as Van Gogh did

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  14. Now THAT'S a cultural experience.
    Who needs the opera when you have this!? Seriously, that was amazeballs

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  15. I'm a parapro (formerly in the special ed department) and this made me laugh my ass off. Thank you kind sir!

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