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At 6:20pm on February 7, 2011, David Stafford said…

Yes, if you substitute cigars and kidney disease for chocolate....Did you get the Elgin marble joke? That's one of those gags I've been waiting years to deploy....

 

 

At 6:06pm on February 7, 2011, Rani Solhaug said…

Too bad the scissors ripped, but hey thats part of the process right? Thanks for sending me a message that you got it! I loved the color combination on that one CRAZY!

At 6:06pm on February 7, 2011, David Stafford said…
Franklin is a pookah whose growth was stunted by eating too many chocolate bunnies....(Normally they're 6 foot...) See movie Harvey for further clarification...
At 1:36pm on February 4, 2011, cheryl penn said…
Received your fab collage - thank you. Am making you something to post next week - its NOT a rabbit in any format! :-)
At 6:15pm on January 21, 2011, ejva:nsva said…

Diane -

the long answer is that the Chinese postal system is an overwhelming web of conflicting subtlety and stringency which seems to shift madly but yet precisely based upon various parameters that will never be fully revealed.

the short is: yes, i think a collaged postcard would arrive. the surest bet is to collage over a real, bona-fide postcard (this is how i have coaxed them to accept outgoing collage cards. 'in general').

waiting with wonderment.....!

e

At 5:03am on January 21, 2011, ejva:nsva said…
Diane! good that it arrived. no sign of yours yet, but things in general seem quicker in going than in showing. i would be delighted to see the results when you 'do something' with the fragments, what-so-ever that may be, (perhaps to 'do something with').....!
At 4:07pm on January 18, 2011, Eduardo Cardoso said…
Hello Diane!

Your piece arrived today. Fantastic!
Thank you very much! :)
At 4:55pm on January 14, 2011, DKULT said…
Get stoned I guess! The world definately promotes fear,people who are afraid  are easy to control.
At 4:51pm on January 14, 2011, Rani Solhaug said…
Diane I just received your "Cataclysm" book (an event that brings great changes) Its funny because my brother and I were talking about the states wide panic over the zodiac's changing and how utterly silly the whole thing was when I opened your piece! Its causing quite the uproar, what are people going to do about their Scorpio tatoo when in fact they are now a Libra?
At 7:02pm on January 10, 2011, Eduardo Cardoso said…

Hello, Diane!

Thank you very much for your request! :)

 

And Happy Mail Art!

At 9:45pm on January 5, 2011, Jen Staggs said…
I'm in!  I'll bring the rubber stamps and a covered dish.  Jello salad?  Tuna noodle wiggle?
At 7:04pm on January 4, 2011, Jen Staggs said…
I bet the whole event was accompanied by loud shrieks and grumbles and four-letter words.  I've been there with technology.   But what a cool unexpected result!
At 3:55am on January 4, 2011, Jen Staggs said…
Diane!  You mad thing!  I got your wild bendy post today- sooo cool!  Is it tape?  I love Attitude Girl and almost scared the neighbor at the post boxes today with my great YAWP of excitement!  Thank you for sharing your creative wiles!
At 5:54am on January 2, 2011, cheryl penn said…
NO WAY!!! Is that thing for real??? If I met him I would also be - you can have the year, yip it can be your year, no arguing buddy!
At 3:32am on January 2, 2011, Test Tower said…

Hi Diane,

Thanks for beings friends. As for the cat: He's called "Cotton Picker" and he is not the friendliest cat in the world - he is actually only friendly to me. No one else could ever hold this cat like this, but he is good with me. I have another big kitten that looks just like him, but is very friendly - "Kitten Picker".  So, Happy 2011 - and don't forget to have some fun!

A Fluxus Affair. Cheers, Test

At 1:29am on January 2, 2011, De Villo Sloan said…

who you

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

wheres DK?

 

 

 

 

At 5:37pm on January 1, 2011, Rod Summers / VEC said…
Yes, sorry Diane, I had a feeling I was being a bit too obtuse.  OK, The Scottish Laird Elgin whilst visiting the Parthenon in Greece 2 centuries ago STOLE many of the marble statues he saw there and had them shipped back to Britain where they are housed in the British Museum and known as the Elgin marbles. Greece has been trying to get them back for decades but the Brits say they can  better look after them even though the Greeks had a special museum built to house them... (I think, but Katerina will know about that). So now you know why I asked if they play marbles in Elgin.  Of course Diane is a Greek name!
At 4:09pm on January 1, 2011, Celestino Neto said…
Welcome Diane, happy new year, success in 2011!
At 11:48am on January 1, 2011, Rod Summers / VEC said…

Usual problems with the ning network, your friendship request didn't make it through to my page so I will try from my end.

I wondered if you got the obscure joke about 'Elgin Marbles'... Katerina Nikolsou did ;~)

best greetings

rod

At 11:15am on January 1, 2011, cheryl penn said…
Living ahead of you - interesting :-) - another point - I am a Rabbit...

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