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bubbles and jellies. finished.

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bubbles and jellies. finished., originally uploaded by stephiblu.

i finished this one up today.
acrylic and ink pen on canvas.
5″ X 7″

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Posted by on May 31, 2007 in Uncategorized

 

underwater buds. pedicellina echinata. finished.

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paintings, may 2007.
acrylic and ink pen on canvas.
4″ X 5″
new paintings. finished this one last night.

 
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Posted by on May 31, 2007 in Uncategorized

 

omg there really is a pacman frog!

i cannot believe there really is a pacman frog! check it out…
here is a photo

here is another photo this one has a turtley pattern.

about.com article

Pacman Frogs as Pets
This frog is relatively common in the pet trade, and gets its common (pet trade) name from the popular video game. The frog’s generally rounded appearance and huge mouth led to the cute name. The frog’s scientific name is Ceratophrys ornata, and it is also known as the ornate horned frog.
Pacman frogs are native to South America, and are terrestrial in nature. In fact, they are very poor swimmers and care must be taken that they do not drown in their water bowls.

These frogs are quite large, and can reach around 6-7 inches in length (15-17 cm), although males tend to be quite a bit smaller than females. They are generally about as wide as they are long, so are quite hefty for a frog. Their appetite matches their size, and they will pretty much eat anything that moves.

Pacman frogs have a reputation for being somewhat aggressive, which is largely undeserved.
While they do sometimes bite, it is usually a case of the frog feeling threatened or simply confusing a finger with a food item. FROM ABOUT.COM ARTICLE, link above.
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gees! frogs are almost as cool as turtles, almost.

 
 

pacman frog.

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pacman frog., originally uploaded by stephiblu.

is there really a pacman frog?

 
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Posted by on May 30, 2007 in Uncategorized

 

spiderman and cousin chad

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did you find this spiderman mask on the B61?
if so click the picture and send message or comment.
thanks
pic by the lovely brenda!

 
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Posted by on May 22, 2007 in Uncategorized

 

spiderman lost his mask on B61 bus

can anyone help?
if found please email or flickr comment or message on photo above (click photo)

craigslist ad w/photo

spiderman lost his mask on b61 bus

Reply to: thelovelybrenda@gmail.com
Date: 2007-05-22, 1:58PM EDT

spiderman, marco, and abe were taking the B61 bus to sadie’s 5th birthday party sunday morining around 10am from Williamsburg to Greenpoint. if anyone finds spiderman’s mask please email me. Thanks so much!
below is attached the most recent photo of spiderman with cousin chad.

 

shares still available for the williamsburg CSA

here is an email i got from the williamsburg csa
csa=community supported agriculture.
so you can still sign up for shares!

There is still time to join the Williamsburg CSA for the 2007 growing season.
[so yeah, tell your friends, spread the word…we are still accepting members]

All share types still available {Veggie, Fruit, Egg , & Flower}
There is still time to upgrade from half to full shares or add a flower or egg share.
(Hint hint: you can never get enough vegetables or fruit, the eggs are amazing; and those flowers are pesticide-free and quite a steal at 7 dollars for a pollution free bouquet)

Come on out to any of these sign up events:
(Remember…balances are due by the last sign up, May 31st)
Feel free to make payment in person @ any of the sign up events;
[it speeds up the process and makes the whole end of season accounting scenario so much easier and streamlined]

FINAL 2007 SEASON SIGN UP EVENT SCHEDULE
Garden of Eve Farmers Market stand
@ McCarren Park Green Market
Sat May 19th 8am-Noon
Sat May 26th 8am-Noon

Bicycle Fetish Day 2007
Brought to you by the City Reliquary Brooklyn Civic Riders B.C.
May 26th 12 – 6 PM in Williamsburgh, Brooklyn
Havemeyer St. btw. Grand & Hope Sts.
Williamsburg CSA “hearts” sustainable transportation…
i mean, what does it matter if you ride your bike everywhere
if your tomatoes drive all the way from California
Bicycle Fetish Day will be a fun affair of contests, live music, food, raffle prizes
and a table hosted by the Williamsburg CSA, dishing out farm fresh goodies and signing up new members

Last Day (a.k.a we need to getcha $$ honey)
Thurs May 31st 7-10pm
Zipe Zape Tapas Bar
Corner of Metropolitan Ave & Berry in Williamsburg

full share prices:
veggie- $485
fruit- $245
egg-$95
flower-$140
mega-combo-$935

half share prices:
veggie-$250
fruit-$125
egg-$50
flower-$75
variety pack-$490

(These prices do not include the $10 cash administration fee which is due upon sign up.)

This is the last email blast to remind people to sign up.
From here on out, we will only be sending out emails to members.
Right now, our Member email list is 85% complete but we are working on getting everyone added.
(sorry guys, but i must float the disclaimer…the core group is all volunteers who organize the CSA in our “free” time for “fun”.
we try our hardest, but we have hundreds of emails to enter so it takes time)

Everyone who has signed up (and gave us their email) should receive a confirmation email by Sunday June 3rd.
This email will explain pickup & assign half shares to A or B week schedules.
(if you do not receive an email by Sun June 3rd, please email williamsburgcsa@gmail.com with your membership #)

Because we are such a big CSA and we have a lot of big goals for our CSA,
we would like to invite anyone who is interested to join the Core Group.
We will be having monthly meetings (the first sunday of every month) rotating between Williamsburg & Greenpoint
Email williamsburgcsa@gmail.com with the subject line Core Group for more info.
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Our first monthly meeting will be Sunday June 3 at 11:00 in Greenpoint near McGolrick Park.
(RSVP for address. Not to be private or anything, but this email is going out to a big group including non-members so we don’t want to post someones house address. thanks for understanding)

At this meeting, we will be going over the 2007 #s, the low income share program, the “leftover” share food donation, weekly newsletter emails, the blog, monthly events, trips to the farm, and all the special projects like fundraisers and murals and lots of other exciting creative things. There is so much to do and not enough of us to do it…so, if you would like to get more involved in local sustainable food systems, then come and join us!!
(Everyone is welcome; all people and opinions are respected; their is no hierarchy–newbies as well as old timers are encouraged to get involved!)