File spoon-archives/avant-garde.archive/avant-garde_1999/avant-garde.9905, message 27


Date: Thu, 13 May 1999 09:53:15 -0400
Subject: Re: sh'art


As you know here among the concrete towers,  hugging  the concrete shore,
art is a hot house flower. Pampered and nursed along from seedling to
bloom, it is picked at its peak to adorn the the tables and lobbies of only
the best homes. The problem  is that nothing last forever and these blooms
though available year round are short lived. todays bloom is tomorrrow's
compost.


>Here on the verdant prairie, a good dose of hard work, coupled with vast
>improvements in the art of spreading manure,  are resulting in new growth.
>A liberal dose of herbicide is applied, in order to insure the crop is up
>to <I>international</I> standards...
>
>
>
>>Art season is now in full swing. Despite a slow start in some areas, the
>>overall lookout is good. There are literally tons of bait off the coast,
>>and sooner or later the feed will pay off. I'm looking forward to a solid
>>summer bite off the coast and inside the bay by mid-June.
>>

>>




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