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"Wall Of Gum" by techgnotic

Dadaists would argue that even the discussion of whether or not it's art is art.... The conclusion would be that this is art indeed, wh...

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Cold eye of the Winter Sun by KeswickPinheadCold Creatures of Duplicity by KeswickPinhead
Snow Castles in air? by KeswickPinheadThe beauty of allergies by KeswickPinhead
Sunflower Face Four by KeswickPinheadUnheeded cry by KeswickPinhead
:iconhorace-bulregard:Oh Waiter... by Horace-BulregardBrotherly Love. by Horace-Bulregard:iconglktor:



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I prefer the term "contemptibly criminal" to "creepy".
A scary movie can be defined as 'creepy'.
What these "law enforcement" officers did is perverse and corrupt, they should be locked up for this indecent act that they committed against a corpse.

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Solid performance. 
Anyone who doesn't appreciate Obama's oratory prowess is clearly listening to him with different ears than mine.
I'm still not a huge fan of Keegan-Michael Key.
355: My current number of DeviantArt Watchers.
143: My current number of FB Fiends.
444: My current number of tweeple.
THERE"S NO ROOM AT THE INN!
Twice now, I have thwarted the plans of a pair of starlings that want to nest in one of our junipers.
They watched me take down their nest in this morning's eviction.
Robins and finches are allowed, starlings, grackles, wood doves, pigeons are not.
I wouldn't let seagulls set up shop, nor would martins or swallows be permitted to start a colony on the house.
The swallows and martins are permitted to nest in the trees, should they choose, which they wouldn't, because they prefer cliff-like dwellings.
There are neighbours that made the mistake of letting one pair of martins nest. Next year they had three nests, the next, five.
Finally they had to start knocking down all the mud nests, too much weight on their soffiting and walls around their eves, not to mention the shit that rained down on their doorstep.

This grey area, where I will accept birds in some locations but not others, got me thinking about what I'd do about nesting Blue Jays.
Blue Jays are colourful, but noisy. They also eat other desirable song-bird's eggs.
I think they might scare off other more beneficial birds too.
Robins, for instance, they are both very territorial varieties of bird.

What would YOU do?

A) Turf the blue jays, to leave room for other colourful birds with pretty songs
B) Let the jays stay and reduce the chances of beneficial birds
C) Other (fleas explain)

As for the annoying starling couple that I've taken to calling Mary and Joseph....
ACCESS DENIED!


For the Birds by KeswickPinhead
Gulp a Swallow Hairy Eyeball by KeswickPinhead
Blind Baby Robin Chicks by KeswickPinhead
Three Robin Eggs by KeswickPinhead
THERE"S NO ROOM AT THE INN!
Twice now, I have thwarted the plans of a pair of starlings that want to nest in one of our junipers.
They watched me take down their nest in this morning's eviction.
Robins and finches are allowed, starlings, grackles, wood doves, pigeons are not.
I wouldn't let seagulls set up shop, nor would martins or swallows be permitted to start a colony on the house.
The swallows and martins are permitted to nest in the trees, should they choose, which they wouldn't, because they prefer cliff-like dwellings.
There are neighbours that made the mistake of letting one pair of martins nest. Next year they had three nests, the next, five.
Finally they had to start knocking down all the mud nests, too much weight on their soffiting and walls around their eves, not to mention the shit that rained down on their doorstep.

This grey area, where I will accept birds in some locations but not others, got me thinking about what I'd do about nesting Blue Jays.
Blue Jays are colourful, but noisy. They also eat other desirable song-bird's eggs.
I think they might scare off other more beneficial birds too.
Robins, for instance, they are both very territorial varieties of bird.

What would YOU do?

A) Turf the blue jays, to leave room for other colourful birds with pretty songs
B) Let the jays stay and reduce the chances of beneficial birds
C) Other (fleas explain)

As for the annoying starling couple that I've taken to calling Mary and Joseph....
ACCESS DENIED!


For the Birds by KeswickPinhead
Gulp a Swallow Hairy Eyeball by KeswickPinhead
Blind Baby Robin Chicks by KeswickPinhead
Three Robin Eggs by KeswickPinhead

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Craig Wilkins
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WHY U POST THIS WITH MY POLLS, FACEBOOK? U MAD?

What are YOUR hangups? by KeswickPinheadThe Cold Eye of the Sun by KeswickPinheadYour Death by KeswickPinhead
You deserve a compliment by KeswickPinheadIce and Fire brought to you by by KeswickPinheadYou are NOT here? by KeswickPinhead


Current Residence: Keswick Ontario Canada
Personal Quote:"Never trust a person who quotes himself" - Craig Wilkins
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:iconpatchie97:
Patchie97 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the favorite, man! :)
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KeswickPinhead Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2015   General Artist
Welcome. :)
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Patchie97 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 16, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:excited:  
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2112yyz2112 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015
Thanks for all the favin....EH:) (Smile) :) (Smile) :) (Smile) 
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KeswickPinhead Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015   General Artist
Thought I'd check in, see what's up. :)
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TheKingOfDolls Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for watching me!
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KeswickPinhead Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2015   General Artist
Welcome.
Love your gallery. I've worked with recycled material, doll parts etc, myself, so I appreciate the work that went into your pieces.
I'm sure you get the "creepy" comment on your work, much like I have, so let me just say, I DO NOT think your stuff is "creepy".
I think it's an inventive way to use the material that our creepy society casts off.
If anything is creepy, it's humanity's wastefulness. 
Keep up the wood gork, your highness.

Sincerely

The King Of All Toast
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TheKingOfDolls Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for your kind words!!
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BlueCaroline Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you Craig Wilkins!

Snowflake Snowflake Snowflake :snowman: Snowflake Snowflake Snowflake 
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KeswickPinhead Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2015   General Artist
No need for tanks, the art is its own reward. :)
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