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Old 06-05-2005, 07:08 PM
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I went to see “The Art of the Motorcycle” display at “The Pyramid” in Memphis TN. If you are in the area and like motorcycles I suggest that you check it out. It will be on display there until the end of October. They have motorcycles from the earliest days right up to present time. The bikes are displayed on stands and are not roped off or incased in anything. You can walk all around them and get as close as you want, but no touching.
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Old 06-08-2005, 04:32 AM
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They had that at the Museum Of Modern Art in NYC a while back. I'm kind of pissed that I didn't make it. I read the line to get in was around the block, and it was one of the highest drawing events they ever had. Hopefully I'll be able to catch it some time in the future. Glad to hear you're back in "the world" safely.
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Old 06-08-2005, 08:56 AM
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They had that at the Museum Of Modern Art in NYC a while back. I'm kind of pissed that I didn't make it. I read the line to get in was around the block, and it was one of the highest drawing events they ever had. Hopefully I'll be able to catch it some time in the future. Glad to hear you're back in "the world" safely.
actually it was the Guggenheim. I saw it the last weekend it was there. The waiting line was two blocks long. Worth the wait, an amazing display.
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Yep, you're right. I was just afraid to try to spell Goog, er, Gugem,.....ah screw it!
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Now that's funny. WooHoo you are the spelling bee champ!
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heh heh, did I really spell it right? I didn't look it up, just pulled it out of my ***. But seriously, going to the "Goog" anytime is an amazing thing. The building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and is very unique, very beautiful.
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