Wizard of Id by Parker and Hart for September 29, 2022

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    Mediatech  4 months ago

    Actually the Aphrodite (Venus) de Milo is believed to have been created by Alexandros of Antioch, an ancient Greek artist. Not a medieval Italian.

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    danketaz Premium Member 4 months ago

    Is this the return of Zoot?

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    dave1960  4 months ago

    And she was perfectly ’armless too…

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    Doug K  4 months ago

    His first rendering was just an idea – it hadn’t been carved in stone yet.

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    littlejohn Premium Member 4 months ago

    Bet she has a stone cold heart though.

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    Bergholt Stuttley Johnson  4 months ago

    6 feet, 7 inches (202 cm). A bit tall for my taste. She was surely in the greek basketball league (before she’s overdone filing her nails ;)

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    Goat from PBS  4 months ago

    Don’t mess up.

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    walstib  4 months ago

    Was he practicing how to pat a woman’s thigh?

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    wongo  4 months ago

    Uh, kind of left something off the top portion there didn’t you dude?

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    blakerl  4 months ago

    If you want it to last, carve it in stone.

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    Moonkey Premium Member 4 months ago

    In lieu of FL, this seems ill timed. Otherwise, funny!

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    Zebrastripes  4 months ago

    Like a grain of sand, these are the days of our lives…

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    Just-me  4 months ago

    I did a paper mache sculpture once. It looked like it was done by the 6 year old I was.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 4 months ago

    One thing I never did figure out about sculpting. Stone, soap or wax. Where is the best place to start?

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    rshive  4 months ago

    And things were going so well.

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    bobbyferrel  4 months ago

    When it comes to eating, you sure have to hand it to Venus de Milo.

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    montylc2001  4 months ago

    I read somewhere that the way the ancients made such wonderful perfect marble statues was they made a full body mold of the subject, ground marble into powder, and with some kind if cementing agent they poured that into the mold.

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