I've been seeing that "Then It Hit Me" flyer around Seattle for a while now.
I think one of Clinton's late acts in office was to put those bumper stickers on the presidential limo.
Play with the site for a bit. Typing 'THEM' gets to more info.
i meant license plates, derp, the heat has gotten to my brain!
Yeah, they had one or two at the old Vera Project. Some cad blacked out "not," "won't," and "doesn't" and added an "s" to "interest" so that the poster better matched the unbridled future rock star enthusiasm of the place...
That poster sums up the feelings you have when you turn 25.
I don't know why, but even though I'm 31, broke, jobless, and have mediocre prospects, I have a feeling in the pit of my soul that I will somehow, someday, be famous for some form of art I produce, whether that's a comic, movie, novel, or thing X. Delusions of grandeur die hard.
"If it weren't for delusions of grandeur, we'd have no grandeur at all."
Whatever gets you out of bed in the morning. It certainly works for me.
I get out of bed in the morning to feed the cats. I stay creative because I have delusions of grandeur. You do too? What will you be famous and adored for?
PS- does my cat look like andersen cooper or is it just me? http://files.dogster.com/pix/cats/67/580967/580967_1184121402.jpg
"That poster sums up the feelings you have when you turn 25." Yah, but then that uncomfortable reality causes you to grow the fuck up. Unfortunately 25-year-old rock stars don't get this, they wake up and think, "Fuck, I'm a bloody rockstar...shit". Then they go back to sleep.
http://flickr.com/photos/tomharpel/3903417/ Taken on January 10, 2003
You didn't see that poster when it was on Third and Pine? I loved it then, I love it now.
There was one at 7th & Olive too, maybe 8 months ago or so?
@10--YES your cat looks EXACTLY like Andersen Cooper...
*shrug* So live for the weekend.
The first time I saw that poster was the original at an exhibition at Roq La Rue years ago. Since then, I've seen it in many cities, including Seattle and NY.
Well, I apparently missed the "Then it hit me" boat. Of course, I wasn't suggesting I was the first to spot the poster or that New York was the only place on earth to have one, just that it's a great poster.
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