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At the Orsay

While in Paris, we went to the Musee d' Orsay.

It is awonderful museum and I am always happy to return to it.

While there a week or so back, however, I heard some things that I thought that I should share:

1. A middle-aged American man: Wow, this museum has a lot of paintings, even some famous ones.

2. A teen-aged girl from England to her friend: I don't know who this Renoir guy is, but I like his paintings.

3. A few non-descript Americans: How did they paint these? Are they like old?

Posted by Catherine on November 6, 2006
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You know, I was at a flamenco show last night in Mountain View, and this man I was talking to insisted on calling it "flamingo."

I wanted to strangle him.

Unfortunately, it doesn't take a flight to Paris to find lameness, as it's all around you.

I'll gladly take Paris, though.

Welcome back, m'dear!

Posted by: Mags | Nov 6, 2006 7:49:19 PM

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