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Ran across this on a web site about art cars, they have what's called Tqwo Wheeled Tuesdays.

It's from an artist and Washington DC native, who from her website does some really interesting things with yarn.

To find it should be pretty easy, just GIS what it is.
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That would be artist Theresa Honeywell's knit bike...in front of her knit MessyColoring holding up a wire.
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Thanks for getting that freaking song stuck in my head!
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This one should be as easy to find as the knit motorcycle. It was too good of a picture to pass up. As one of my friends would say, "Saluting Captain Random."
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You finally earned your matching booby patches.
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That would be pig scooter
damn dude, one word.

NAPKINS
damn dude, one word. NAPKINS
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Thanks for getting that freaking song stuck in my head!
well then finding this won't be that hard, will it.


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It was tragic. I was sitting in my house, minding my own business, tagging Aerosmith's craptacularly creepy video for their song "Pink" , when out of nowhere Steven Tyrler burst through the door, crammed my tag into his gargantuan mouth, and traipsed off into the rain, his annoying scatting do be do be do be do dohs growing fainter and fainter.
The horror! The horror!
The horror! The horror!
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This Mexican restaurant chain is undoubtedly Steven Tyler's favorite. And if you believe the owner's claim that the euphemistically risque two-word name innocently refers to one of the dishes they serve, then you also probably believe that Tyler is simply referring to a pretty color and nothing more in his band's previously tagged song.
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What do ya mean you don't serve 'blue waffles'?
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That would be the Pink Taco





(by the way did you loss something the last time you where there)

Damn good taco
Damn good taco
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This is how John Butler got his start
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Busking (i.e., performing in public places).
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I guess you can consider this guy a street performer of sorts.

Considering that I get a forwarded slideshow of this guy's work about every few months from different e-mail contacts, I'd say that he's the most well known trompe l'oeil artist of the internet age (even if the people forwarding the e-mail have no idea what "trompe l'oeil" is). His chalky creations have appeared on sidewalks across the globe, depicting whimsical scenes (when viewed from the correct angle) and more than a few product placements.

Oh, and did I mention that Steven Tyler would really dig his last name?
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That would be Julian Beever an English chalk artist who has been creating trompe-l'il chalk drawings on pavement surfaces since the mid-1990s.



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This British graffiti artist who is well know for his graffiti writing and distinctive stencilling technique was just in San Francisco and was posted about in General Discussion.
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Banksy.
So that's why that Lambretta mod target is there.
So that's why that Lambretta mod target is there.
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No, it's not R2-D2's younger, sexier sister. According to its wikipedia entry, this concept vehicle - which shares a phonetic name with an organism in its earliest stage of development - wouldn't hit the highways until 2025 if it ever did go into production. (Even then, I'm not sure I'd trust myself doing 70 on a glorified unicycle.) You can find this tag by the vehicle's name, or like I did, by googling the loneliest number.
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Score! I was looking for a new Light Cycle!
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Well that would be the monocycle "Embrio" created by Quebec-based Bombardier Recreational Products, makers of ATVs, skidoos, and such.
damn, that thing so cool I have get a photo for facebook
damn, that thing so cool I have get a photo for facebook
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In 1969 this band had a cover version of a song by Harry Nilsson on their debut album that has a line very similar to the one you used as a clue in the last tag.
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Seven dogs playing poker who are fans of 70's rock band Three Dog Night.
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Continuing with the 70's band theme...

Many classic rock purists might argue that this next band's name couldn't be more appropriate, considering the somewhat bland, bleached-flour soft-rock nature of their music. (Well, I guess it would be more appropriate if their name was "White ______.") One of their biggest hits featured lyrics that were either a nod to stereotypical Italian accents (That's-a spicy-a meatball-a!") or a very, very, very white attempt to sound funky. (That's how they talk on the streets, you jive turkey!)

Pity, in less than a decade they were toast.
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...now all we need is The Jam.
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That would be Bread a rock band from Los Angeles, California. They placed 13 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart between 1970 and 1977 and were a primary example of what later was labeled soft rock, releasing a string of well-crafted, melodic soft rock singles.

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(ok that was Wikipedia, me they are probably the second worst group from that time, beat out only by the The Archies and the fact that they placed 13 songs in the Billboard Hot 100 chart only proves the theory that shits floats)

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When this sculptor and photographer first started taking pictures in the wastelands of South Bronx in the early 1980s, he devised a helpful subway mantra:

Take the 5, stay alive. Take the 4, dead for sure.
and make sure to watch out for the broken glass
and make sure to watch out for the broken glass
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Photographer Ray Mortenson.
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Something about the gritty wasteland of Mortenson's pictures reminded me of this post-apocalyptic epic from a few years back. Hmmm, a world without children...then who would I yell at to get off my lawn?
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That would be Children of Men is a 2006 dystopian science fiction film co-written and directed by Alfonso Cuarón and loosely adapted from P. D. James's 1992 novel of the same name by Cuarón and Timothy J. Sexton with help from David Arata, Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby. It stars Clive Owen, Julianne Moore, Pam Ferris, Claire-Hope Ashitey, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Michael Caine.

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Ray Mortenson's show "Broken Glass" title is a line borrowed from the lyrics of this South Bronx rapper's classic hit.

Rolling Stone ranked it #51 in its List of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
I tried to get away, but I couldn't get far 
Cause a man with a tow-truck repossessed my car
I tried to get away, but I couldn't get far Cause a man with a tow-truck repossessed my car
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I assume the tag should be Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's "The Message", but try as I might, I could never find that particular image (plus or minus the Furious Five). So you get this ultra-styling gem.
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I assume the tag should be Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's "The Message", but try as I might, I could never find that particular image (plus or minus the Furious Five). So you get this ultra-styling gem.
now who's not reading the clues.

and you know what they say when you ass u me something,

right
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Ray Mortenson's show "Broken Glass" title is a line borrowed from the lyrics of this South Bronx rapper's (Grandmaster Flash) classic hit.

Rolling Stone ranked it #51 in its List of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Grandmaster Flash South Bronx
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I don't know why the movie gods felt it necessary to do another version of this classic tale...everyone knows that this actor's portrayal of the British folk figure was spot on 19 years ago. I believe the earliest tales mention the mythic robber's 80's rock & roll mullet and heavy American accent.
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Living in the forest can be hell on my perfectly coiffed hair.
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now who's not reading the clues.

and you know what they say when you ass u me something,

right

Oh, I read the clue. No implication that one had to search both the rapper's name and his neighborhood, but rather his and the song's name...so suck on that!
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now who's not reading the clues.

and you know what they say when you ass u me something,

right

Oh, I read the clue. No implication that one had to search both the rapper's name and his neighborhood, but rather his and the song's name...so suck on that!
and you were an English Major?



Implication

1. The act of implicating or the condition of being implicated.
2. The act of implying or the condition of being implied.
3. Something that is implied, especially:
a. An indirect indication; a suggestion.
b. An implied meaning; implicit significance.
c. An inference.



#1 In the context of the sentence the song is mentioned as the title of photographer Ray Mortenson show of photographs of South Bronx.

Remember you tag it and linked to The New York times story.
(Which is probably were you found the name of the rapper and song)

#2 South Bronx is used as a description of the rapper thus linking him to Ray Mortenson and South Bronx. If South Bronx wasn't important, I would have just said rapper.

#3 Implicature

#4 The fact that you tried the combination of artist and song (plus or minus the Furious Five) and could not find the tag and didn't go hmm messy's clues are usually good and on subject that fact alone should have been suspect and then didn't ask for another clue is an epic fail on your part not mine.

so to steal your phrase "suck on that"

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That would be the 1991 film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves with Kevin Costner.
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and speaking of an "Epic Fail" this 1995 American neo-noir certainly was for four of these folks.





(now if you need another clue after the quotes count down to the 162nd and 173nd words in my last post, put them together and you have the movie name.)
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and you were an English Major?

Yup, which mean I'm doubly skilled in the art of reading subtle implication, innuendo, and dirty limericks.
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#2 South Bronx is used as a description of the rapper thus linking him to Ray Mortenson and South Bronx. If South Bronx wasn't important, I would have just said rapper.
One of the first things we learned in Clue Writing 101 at UGA was that any and all words in the search phrase should be hinted at, but rarely revealed outright.

To quote an earlier clue as an example:
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This British graffiti artist who is well know for his graffiti writing and distinctive stencilling technique was just in San Francisco and was posted about in General Discussion.
Much like "South Bronx" in the last clue, both Britain and San Francisco are mentioned by name and figure prominently in this clue; so, by #2's reasoning, either or both place names should be included in the search phrase. Not so. All one needed was the artist's pseudonym, Banksy, with the place names merely serving as aides to rather than part of the search phrase itself.

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The brilliant The Usual Suspects

Am I correct in assuming that your everyday speaking voice bears an uncanny resemblance to Fenster's?
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Tuesday's at 9:00 PM usually find me in front of the computer, as my wife has commandeered the main TV to watch this show about a fictional high school club performing choral renditions of popular songs.
I thought about inserting you into this tag, Kenneth, but that would've been really low...even for me.
I thought about inserting you into this tag, Kenneth, but that would've been really low...even for me.
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and you were an English Major?

Yup, which mean I'm doubly skilled in the art of reading subtle implication, innuendo, and dirty limericks.
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#2 South Bronx is used as a description of the rapper thus linking him to Ray Mortenson and South Bronx. If South Bronx wasn't important, I would have just said rapper.
One of the first things we learned in Clue Writing 101 at UGA was that any and all words in the search phrase should be hinted at, but rarely revealed outright.

To quote an earlier clue as an example:
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This British graffiti artist who is well know for his graffiti writing and distinctive stencilling technique was just in San Francisco and was posted about in General Discussion.
Much like "South Bronx" in the last clue, both Britain and San Francisco are mentioned by name and figure prominently in this clue; so, by #2's reasoning, either or both place names should be included in the search phrase. Not so. All one needed was the artist's pseudonym, Banksy, with the place names merely serving as aides to rather than part of the search phrase itself.

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Damn who pissed in your corn flakes
(oh wait that was me)
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Well we could continue this verbal masturbation, until Jesus comes back or your old club mate gets some morals.
(my bet is on Jesus)

But you have made my point.
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Yup, which mean I'm doubly skilled in the art of reading subtle implication, innuendo, and dirty limericks.
Well clearly not, at least in this case, because no matter how you "spin" it the clue was in the hint, that you didn't find it (or ask for another clue) again is your "fail" not mine.

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That would be Glee Club
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I clearly understand
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I thought about inserting you into this tag, Kenneth, but that would've been really low...even for me.
Well to quote this four-time Grammy Award-winning singer's most most recognizable song,

Hit Me With Your Best Shot!
Why Don't You Hit Me With Your Best Shot!
Hit Me With Your Best Shot!
Fire Away!
Before I put another notch in my PhotoShop case.
You better make sure you put me in my place.
Before I put another notch in my PhotoShop case. You better make sure you put me in my place.
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Well we could continue this verbal masturbation, until Jesus comes back
Hmmmm. I wonder if verbal masturbation is a sin on par with that of Onan in the Catholic church....
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