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Don't care where or for how long.
Just don't make me STAY!

New batch of themed art over at Illustration Friday.

Comments (13)

that's awesome

i like this very much!

I recently bookmarked this and I trust my pals like it.

Latest headline: "U.S. holding millions in aid to Pakistan, says Obama's chief of staff."
800 million it says in the story, and I say good. This is what people want, they were harboring bin laden and trying to stir up terrorism in order to keep getting aid from the U.S. It's time it stops, and I'm glad Obama did something. The problem now is we'll be blamed for everything bad over there now that they aren't getting their money. Too bad. It's time we dealt with our own problems and let other countries deal with their own. We have enough problems coming and hardly anyone is prepared for them. We need to focus on the important things and get back to basics. If things get bad here, who's coming to our rescue like the U.S. does for other countries? Nobody. We should at least have everything covered for our selves and own citizens, then offer aid, etc to worthy allies and countries that really need help.

Dr. Bob:

No master, please stay.
together happy are we.
A man with his dog.

A cool entry. really really good!


The last ride I took
I came home short two huevos
I think I'll stay home

I love the expression and spacial depth of field. Nice storytelling too!

Dogs= the ultimate "stay." Nice!

ha! excellent expression.

Fetch, chase ,run, roll,speak
Heel, Please! Any Command,
but "Pull My Finger."!!!

Anonymous, My dog just experienced that, too. He's in less hurry to go now.


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