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Old 01-04-2018, 01:49 PM
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I think they could benefit from some brighter colors myself, and notice the absence of any florals



They defiantly could have benefited from some "Magic White." Oh yes, this just won't do. Drab, drab colors. Where's the "ecce homo" lady when you need her?

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They defiantly could have benefited from some "Magic White." Oh yes, this just won't do. Drab, drab colors. Where's the "ecce homo" lady when you need her?
Don't you dare.
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Don't you dare.

No, I would not. But she might. Museum guards everywhere have memorized her photo with orders to tackle on sight.
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They defiantly could have benefited from some "Magic White." Oh yes, this just won't do. Drab, drab colors. Where's the "ecce homo" lady when you need her?

Oh, you are bad! But if I had a time machine I would be sorely tempted to pack a suitcase full of cadmiums and genuine ultramarine blue, just to see what they would do with them...
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Oh, you are bad! But if I had a time machine I would be sorely tempted to pack a suitcase full of cadmiums and genuine ultramarine blue, just to see what they would do with them...


You would risk sending cadmium paint to the past and destroy our civilization by causing cancer at a vital link in our evolution? dammm you are a mean bad-ass villain
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and look how short the front legs are on those critters!
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and look how short the front legs are on those critters!
Looks like those critters have Cadmium and Hexavalent Chromium paint induced DNA mutation. Some of them can have Lead induced bone degradations!

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You would risk sending cadmium paint to the past and destroy our civilization by causing cancer at a vital link in our evolution? dammm you are a mean bad-ass villain

No, no, it's the other way around! The bad-ass villains tried to bring the ancient cattle into the present.
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