Maybe I’m too quick to banish comics to the Arlo Page due to language — that has been suggested — but as long as the page is set up, why not err on the side of politeness?
“But since no amount of blowing this up reveals anything, I assume the joke is that the joke’s on us.” – B.A.
“Dot” is a reference to Seurat’s girlfriend in “Sunday in the Park With George,” the musical based on his “A Sunday Aftenoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.”
Which still doesn’t tell me what Monsieur Melcher had in mind.
Vincent van Gogh, 1890
Yes, today’s the 121st anniversary of her birth, but still…
I just checked and saw I’d already mentioned the time at New York’s Whitney Museum when I convinced a couple of people that the original title of a particularly blatant O’Keefe painting was “Swear To God, It’s a Flower.”