Aaaww, no nunga nunga tag? :(
Nicole I am so with you on the non-human primates thing, especially angry ones. Hence my refusal to ever see, under any circumstances, Rise of the Planet of the Apes (even the poster kind of freaked me out). Although for some reason I was perfectly OK with Congo and the classic Planet of the Ape movies.
Happy trails, Carrie!
I for one enjoyed the giant red screen warnings Chrome flung at me, it added a little dangerzone spice to my day. Proceed anyway, motherfucker.
@freetzy: I can only assume it's because by that point, the amniotic fluid was Coke.
This is so good and I have SO MANY THOUGHTS, but tomorrow's class ain't gonna prep itself.
@deepomega: They could just put a big "garage sale this way" sign at the entrance.
@Mr. B: I'm glad I'm not the only one that thought this.
@sox: But that's too broad! I was thinking of something more specific than a genre that includes both dogs playing poker, Elvis on velvet and Kincade. How else will I be able to describe what I want for Christmas?
I have loved everything about this series.
BTW, is there a word for Kinkade-like art? I mean besides Kinkade-like or Kinkadian or some such? Is there an actual art world school that could be described as part of (besides kitsch or trash), or should we just go ahead and name the whole genre after him? I guess he could be compared to say, Rococo, but that doesn't seem exactly right, does it? The more damaged part of my brain keeps wondering about this when I see a kinkaderiffic work of art.