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We're just a brief hatch mark on the timeline of life. And, despite our individual pursuits, our irreverence for what's going on around us, we're still somehow part of it all. We're still one fragment ( a self-destructive fragment, mind you) of all this other wonderful beautiful stuff. I think with true empathy we can find our relation to others, ourselves, and everything else we impact. We can be jerks, and we can be saints. That's just our nature.

I don't like to seem like a jerk. It really depends on if you've caught me before a cup of coffee or not. I also get kick out of reading Scientific American, Toyfare, Sculpture, and the ocassional Marvel Zombies. When I need someone else to narrate aloud, I take in a documentary, cartoon, or some rendition of Star Wars. Music is a must (love Pandora.com), but This American Life is always a good remedy to genre indecisiveness and…

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  • Born on January 27
  • Joined January 14, 2008

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anything that is used well, I have seen styrofoam in wonderful art, and that stuff is horrible

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We're just a brief hatch mark on the timeline of life. And, despite our individual pursuits, our irreverence for what's going on around us, we're still somehow part of it all. We're still one fragment ( a self-destructive fragment, mind you) of all this other wonderful beautiful stuff. I think with true empathy we can find our relation to others, ourselves, and everything else we impact. We can be jerks, and we can be saints. That's just our nature.

I don't like to seem like a jerk. It really depends on if you've caught me before a cup of coffee or not. I also get kick out of reading Scientific American, Toyfare, Sculpture, and the ocassional Marvel Zombies. When I need someone else to narrate aloud, I take in a documentary, cartoon, or some rendition of Star Wars. Music is a must (love Pandora.com), but This American Life is always a good remedy to genre indecisiveness and being too proud.

You probably didn't need to know all of that.

But here's even more from my feature seller interview...
http://www.etsy.com/featured_seller.php?featured_user_id=5338995

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here's a bit of what's been done and what's to come...
www.flickr.com/photos/tauntaunmonsterart
and if you care to listen...
http://www.pandora.com/people/bob_paulson

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