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it's three pages of one of the zodiac killers letters. apparently it's taken "adapted" from "The Mikado".

the first two pages were much less whimsical.

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Something about the random poetic flow in that makes it somehow much creepier. But if it's adapted from The Mikado, that'd explain it... Now you've got me curious about the zodiac killer... *off to search*

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Crack is WHACK.

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god foriegn people are sick in the head

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My dad and I got an early toy from Santa! WICKED FUN!

You and your dad share that chick eeeewww thats really wierd man. No really mand Im glad you and he are so close and shes kinda hot.

I know I know im a cunt but some had to say it.

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Bat Flower - Tacca chantieri

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You and your dad share that chick eeeewww thats really wierd man. No really mand Im glad you and he are so close and shes kinda hot.

I know I know im a cunt but some had to say it.

I'll take the "she's kinda hot" as a compliment because that's me ;-P lol

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When I was about 12, my dad took about half a dozen art books off his and cut out all his favourite prints and stuck them to the wall, until his entire loungeroom was covered in prints of all different sizes and different eras, with about a 1cm border between each one. It looked amazing, and I used to walk around looking at different painting and absorbing them much more than I ever could from looking through the books. Bosch was always one of my favourites. I could never quite figure out why I liked Bosch but didn't find Breugel that interesting, despite the superficial similarities. Today I would say the Bosch is much more surreal and almost psychedelic, and obviously my desire to experience things of that nature existed from an early age and that was something I saw in Bosch's works but didn't know how to verbalise.

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recent sighting in an undisclosed foreign location

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When I was about 12, my dad took about half a dozen art books off his and cut out all his favourite prints and stuck them to the wall, until his entire loungeroom was covered in prints of all different sizes and different eras, with about a 1cm border between each one. It looked amazing, and I used to walk around looking at different painting and absorbing them much more than I ever could from looking through the books. Bosch was always one of my favourites. I could never quite figure out why I liked Bosch but didn't find Breugel that interesting, despite the superficial similarities. Today I would say the Bosch is much more surreal and almost psychedelic, and obviously my desire to experience things of that nature existed from an early age and that was something I saw in Bosch's works but didn't know how to verbalise.

That's a great story! I never really took to visual art, though I'm surrounded by artists, and music always appealed more. But, apart from Dali, Bosch I find interesting, and I remember the garden of earthly delights being one that evoked some strong emotions. The centre piece has that really mad feel to it, as our civilisation behaves today, a sort of crazy intensity to try everything out and try to control nature as much as possible to gain as much as possible. Clearly in the right-hand tableaux this doesn't work and we see the aftermath, where the desperation has gone because there is nothing left to enjoy, the earth is seared and technology has taken a very warped turn. Even now it still gives me the real heebie jeebies, probably because I feel it portrays our civilisation to a T. And I don't like it.

And now, totally unexpected

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