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Portrait of Lucifer In Museum of Modern Art...
13-JUN-1122 Barbarossa

Portrait of Lucifer In Museum of Modern Art...

I am not sure how my passionate friend survived in those atmost hostile grounds, but this talented gal handled it with unbelievable aplomb !

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Eldar Kadymov09-Dec-2008 14:36
Amigo, I believe that Lucifer was really pissed off by Frederick's insolent and ambitious plan to invade Jerusalem in attempt to steal holy grail and enjoy drinking sacred waters of Styx out of it thereafter. Thus he swept our redbearded pal in to underworld to challenge him in court of law ( remember that lawyer office ? ) for the cause of potentially harmful environmental impact of this action on fauna and flora of this endemic river. I am not sure about an outcome of this epic process, yet I can only assume that magistre of dark arts eventually won the trial as you can see him here teasing us with his extended tongue... or maybe something else... luckely enough he doesn't exibit his middle finger... As for missing lower parts...hmmm... I do know that there is another form of life on the other end of galaxy which they call "chinballeans", yet I cannot see even in my wildest dreams how Lucifer might've been growing back something like that under his extended tongue ?!
Michael Weinberg09-Dec-2008 04:53
Hello Most Evil One who dredges up the past with the names of ultimate nudnicks. In his early days, Frederick was one of these typical Nationalist invaders, who made his mark by defeating the Lombards (Early Italians). But apparently, like so many of the 2-bit despotic leaders of history, he was able to conquer, but he could not occupy. Towards the end of his life, this Nudnick, led 150,000 Germans on one of the Crusades and again, he was victorious in battle. But soon after, he became impatient with an over crowded bridge and decided to swim, with his horse, across a river. And, true to form, wearing heavy armor, he and his horse got swept away in the heavy currents. the heavy armor made him sink and Barbarossa was a gonner. He was, as they said in the song, "dead, dead and gone." So where was he gone to. Why 1666 of course. His untimely death was no accident. Because Barbarossa was both idiot and nudnick he was easy prey for Lucifer who used the river as a transportation device to bring ultimate killing nudnicks to 1666 where these nudnicks can be ultimately ressurected in the annals of history. The portrait of Lucifer that you show here, is no doubt the image that our less than stellar hero, Barbarossa saw when he went down down down to the river Styx as he entered Hell's gates. I Believe of Evil one, that the lesson here is not whether it is bad to be a nudnick or bad to be an evil killer on the world scale. The point is you can not be both and escape the clutches of Lucifer's grip.... with one exception. You will note that this portrait of lucifer is missing the bottom half. Not to worry, Lucifer can easily regrow all missing appendages. If you can successfully piss Lucifer off, to such an extent, where through opening your eyes, or questioning authority, or not making idiotic assumptions, then you may distract Lucifer for an instant, and evade, temporarily, Lucifers infamous clutches.
Eldar Kadymov08-Dec-2008 18:43
Whoever approved this for exposition in public park should undergo an extensive psychological evaluation...
Ann Cleeves08-Dec-2008 18:14
Believe was a walk in the park, compared to an excursion back in time to Eldar's 1666!