Thursday, November 03, 2005

My Best Guess

How is lace made? What does the inner ear look like? Anyhoo, here are some of our guesses, sans any cheating (research). After we drew this, our friend pointed out that bees have wings. Yes, they do! But since we hadn't thought of it on our own, no wings are depicted.

Something we have more confidence in: a new movie called Bee Season is going to rock our world. One friend, who attended a preview in the Hamptons, suggested that it was emotionally thrilling, gorgeously shot, and the best, most electric performance from Richard Gere since American Gigolo. It opens in selected cities November 11. More later...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is your best post ever jeeps.
I can't wait to see BEE SEASON.

3:08 PM  
Blogger TP said...

poor little wingless bee - looks a sorry state.

8:50 AM  
Anonymous Philo said...

Your disgraceful depiction of the Millenium Falcon could not be farther from the mark. Where are the gun turrets that Luke Skywalker and Han Solo used to fight off the Tie Fighters in the penultimate battle of "A New Hope?" Or the satellite dish that Lando carelessly caught on the rebuilt Death Star in "Return of the Jedi?" Perhaps if you paid as much attention to George Lucas's interstellar vision as you did to "Bee Season," these mistakes could've been avoided. On a related note, where can I find a garment similar to the padded yellow jacket that Luke wears at the end of the 1977 film?

11:10 AM  
Blogger Jeepers said...

Dear Mike,
(Yes, we know that the Millenium Falcon critique comes from you, for you are probably the only individual in our wide circle of friends and acquaintances who possess this level of Star Wars knowledge...)Either that, or this comment came from Gold Black Devil Head.

You could sew your own yellow jacket. We are currently considering taking up sewing ourselves, so that we can have the kind of dresses we want. We want v. strange things.

Kiss, kiss,

10:48 AM  

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