I need the assistance of an art person.
I’m looking for the name of the artist and painting of a bunch of well-dressed people standing by a lake (or was it a park) somewhere enjoying a nice and sunny day. The painting was also featured in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off where Cameron started looking at it and he kept on concentrating on it (the camera kept on zooming in on it). The only other thing I know is that it’s painted in a style that uses a whole mess of dots as opposed to brush strokes which this artist is known for.
I have a bet going with a friend who “knows” Rembrandt painted it and I know it’s not him, but can’t think of the artists’s name.
Got this little doozy from a friend of mine who just happens to be blonde. 🙂
So two blondes are walking down the street and one pulls out her compact. She says “Hmmm, I’ve seen that face before, I just can’t put a name to that face hmmm…” The other blonde snatches the compact out of the first one’s hand and says, “Yeah thats me you idiot!”
Bah dum dum!
Ok folks, keep em coming… 🙂 I want to see some joke telling while I make my LJ catch-up on your posts rounds… 😀
These are HILARIOUS!!!
Oh I forgot to mention in my last post that we also saw this show this past weekend and instantly fell in love with it. It’s a show where a group of doctors give their second opinion to a diagnosis and treatment which another doctor gave to a said patient. This week’s episode was of a 57 year old woman (a 30 year smoker until she quit 8 years ago) who was complaining about trouble breathing, bad coughs and blood in the mucus. It was first diagnosed as pneumonia and D was quick in stating that before the other docs did. However I also said there had to be cancer involved because of the amount she smoked and the blood in the cough which is never a good thing. It turns out it was a stage 1 lung cancer that was taken care of eventually.
The most interesting part of the show was hearing the doctors go through all of the steps involved with diagnosing and treating ailments, so you learn an immense amount of procedural information. It’s a great show and if you’re awake around 10:00am on Sundays, I highly recommend watching it. It’s pretty amazing what doctors have to know/do in diagnosing in some of the more common ailments that may have larger problems behind it.