Artist Revs is now known for his malleable metal pieces (that spell out his tag) which he places around Brooklyn and Manhattan. He used to be known for his huge tags on buildings, subways, and billboards around New York, until he was arrested in 2000 when another street artist Ader snitched him out to police for his subway graffiti. He's unique among this generation of street artists in his refusal to sell his work. He explains that "once money changes hands for art, it becomes a fraudulent activity."
I had come in time to learn that it was a mistake to smile a friendly smile
when somebody made a fool of me.
"I told him, 'Son, what is it with you? Is it ignorance or apathy?'
He said, 'Coach, I don't know and I don't care."
Frank Layden, Utah Jazz president on a former player.
Hi. I'm in a staff meeting. There are 83 ceiling tiles in our meeting room.
And 8 light fixtures, with 24 fluorescent bulbs. That is all.
Pfft, flowers, the painted whores of the plant world.
“Now they show you how detergents take out bloodstains, a pretty violent image there. I think if you've got a T-shirt with a bloodstain all over it, maybe laundry isn't your biggest problem. Maybe you should get rid of the body before you do the wash.”
I was lecturing to a group of English teachers about Dante. Suddenly one of them got up- English teachers mind you- and said, "What is Dante?". "Well, Madam," I replied, "It is a kind of detergent."
Creed: I put some snacks in the freezer for us.
Pam: You mean the frozen mice for the piranha?
Creed: No, the blueberry Slurpee pouch.
Phyllis: He means the ice pack.
An escalator can never break: it can only become stairs. You should never see an Escalator Temporarily Out Of Order sign, just Escalator Temporarily Stairs. Sorry for the convenience.
Every time I hear Wagner, I feel like invading Poland.
Thompson street, NYC