Words before Deeds
Bored waiting for another Jakartass epistle?
Me too, so I thought I'd try a few doodles courtesy of NEW ArtPadTM Beta v.2.1
However, you have to agree to a 17 (count 'em) section legal agreement which according to section 17 doesn't expire when you do. Only when you've agreed and clicked can you get down to doodling.This ArtPad Agreement (this "Agreement") is by and between Art.com, a Delaware company, ("Art.com", "we" or "us" and "our" shall be construed accordingly) and you ("User" or "you" and "your" shall be construed accordingly), individually a "Party" and collectively the "Parties".
Art.com operates a website on the World Wide Web found on http://www.art.com (the "Website") and has developed proprietary technology to enable digital drawings, designs and other content to be loaded onto the Website ("ArtPad"). User desires to create drawings, designs and other content using ArtPad (the ?Content? as defined more specifically herein) which may be displayed on the Website and for which links may be transmitted electronically.
Furthermore, and without prejudice to PabloPicasso.com, you will hereby declare that any doodlings which are detrimental to the good name of the lawyers, legal advisers and other pedants who have drawn up the aforesaid legal agreement will be deemed the property of the said lawyers, legal advisers and other pedants, who otherwise agree that the ArtPad is only for the use of visually impaired and cack-handed procrastinators.Express yourself, NOW!
OK. Where's my pen and scratch paper?
Much better "Art" was in evidence a couple of days ago when the ashes of Hunter S. Thompson were blown into the sky from a cannon in Aspen, Colorado.
Fireworks carrying the ashes of the writer exploded
over the top of his memorial on his Owl Farm home.
"He loved explosions," Thompson's widow Anita said.