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Patron Saint of Doodle without pants!
My first Blogger to receive an Arte Y Pico is Janna. Janna is a creative genius with exceptional talents in art and music. Janna has an individual outlook, and posts both various and hilarious on her three personal Blogs and Professional Website.
My second Blogger to receive an Arte Y Pico is Catcuracha. Cat is a talented mural artist with a gift for geometry on her Professional Website . Cat has a passion for Volkswagen vans, decapod crustaceans and Banana Daiquiri cocktails.
My third Blogger to receive an Arte Y Pico is Identity Crisis. Identity is an exceptionally talented photographer and artist. A private and very deep thinking individual, Identity has at least seven Blogs that I know of.
My fourth Blogger to receive an Arte Y Pico is Joe. Joe is also known by his alter ego of Mr. Dick Small and is a very talented artist. A contemplative and deep thinking individual, Joe has at least five Blogs that I know of.
My fifth Blogger to receive an Arte Y Pico is Stepping Over the Junk. Stepping has just completed a number of pieces for her show and is a brilliant artist who does superb work. Stepping also likes to write it all down.
And with that, I thought it might be a good idea to present an award of my own. For her wonderful posts and passionate creativity, I award Stepping the Pantalunatic Award for her exceptional contribution to the creative arts.
I must add that all the descriptions above are my personal perceptions. I have not yet met any of the winners, and hope my descriptions meet with their approval. If any corrections or modifications are required, please leave a comment below and I will expedite.
I also apologise to Chris for taking so damn long.
Mr. Small, as advisor to the European Central Bank (ECB) complained that he couldn't follow his favorite soaps on YouTube because of the failure of his built-in speakers. US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson was seen on his knees at one point, with his ear to the speakers trying to make them work.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's office stressed that Mr. Dick Small was the best man to deal with the financial crisis and that a pair of speakers was fair reward for saving the Global Banking System.
Mr. Dick Small was quoted as saying "Woo Hoo!"