Monday, December 04, 2000

Misc. Comments Page:

Feel like throwing a note my way, post it here...


Anonymous said...

Did you get that thing I sent you?

Anonymous said...

The thing... the thing? Hmm, "thing." Oh, yeah, the THING! It's right... here?... no. Nope, not the thing.

Bigeeeeee said...

Hi my name is Bigeeeeee and iam master mason in Canada very nice tats i have a few but not Masonic only because i not sure if i can but gret work

Leah [Not Basic] said...

Your blog is interesting. And I will try to come out to the next blogger's meetup. It's so hard to make time when they're during the week.

Brian Paco Alvarez, Curator and Chronicler of Culture said...

Hi Robert,
You will be happy to know that I have retaken the Las Vegas Blog and have started updating it again. Hope all is well with you and the misses.

Keep in touch...

Always - Paco Las Vegas Arts and Culture

Anonymous said...

Neon Poisoning, eh? If your blog and mine, Bleeding Neon, got together, it would be like, um, a lot of neon pus. Ew.

What Would Jesus Glue? said...

Mr. Kimberly,

Thanks for checking out my artwork. Thank you so much for giving me Clarence Larkin's name. I have hunted all over for those charts but didn't know his name. A man in my church taught using those when I was growing up. I hope to incorporate those into my work.


Anonymous said...

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Ej jolivet said...

Glad to find another blogger digging the sites sounds and city-life of the Big H.

If you throw a little link love to Midtown Live will surely throw a little love backatcha.

Hit me up on any local blogger meet-ups

Amber Crain said...

Hi there, my name is Amber Crain and I am the Curator for Cueto James Art Gallery in the Houston Heights area. I love your blog and follow it all the time! Great stuff. Just thought I'd give you an art news tip if you wanted to write about it: Our gallery's current artist, James Perez, has caused quite a stir with his series of paintings, the "Seven Deadly Sins" - very hardhitting images about current iconic figures like President Obama being crucified, The Pope being pleasured by an altar boy, Terrorism and the portrait of a Terrorist, and etc. The controversial nature of his work has already attracted the local Channel 2 news here, as well as the Houston Chronicle and Huffington Post.

Essentially, the meat of the story can be found in the following links (links to video news segments, local reactions, etc can all be found in the body of the blogs, but I can link them here, as well).

Watch the following news clip to get the gist of what's happening, and then go on to our blog(s), which are a wealth of info. Merry reporting!

Channel 2 report and video:

Info on the artist himself, with explanations of the paintings, his interesting bio about his past in a religious cult, and links to his website and etc:

Info about the artist and the gallery itself:

Thanks for your time! Merry blogging!

Brenda Cruz said...

Hi there

I was made aware of your Sig Byrd's flickr through JR Gonzales from the Chronicle. I think its amazing that you've been able to find such great articles to post. I found out about Sig Bryd not too long after moving to Houston. I enjoyed it so much that I am in the beginning stages of a Sig Bryd documentary. That is the reason why I am writing. I wanted to get some insight as to why you chose to find all of his articles and what the connection between you, Sig and Houston have? I think its great and really I'd like to pick your brain a little.

This is definitely real, I'm currently a graduate student at the university of Houston. This is my email:

I look forward to hearing from you.
Brenda Cruz