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Bill - 2004-11-02 01:35:26
Beth, that is unbelievably cool! I am sure that you will look back on it later and know it was worth the 6 hours it took. I am sure your family would agree... I say take it down now and print and frame copies of it for everyone in your family for Christmas... (Just a thought to surprise them with it.) Since you are very familiar with your 'subjects,' I am curious if there is a reason you picked the pictures you used.
Beth - 2004-11-02 01:45:26
it's the best photos I had of them already on my computer. My plan is to blow the whole thing up real REAL big and put it on my wall, framed... my brother suggested I put them in order of birth..but I'm not sure. but I am sure that I need to go to bed... and I guess 6 hours isn't too bad, it's just I started it as soon as I got home and here it is almost 2 am...oh well!
Rick - 2004-11-02 03:11:03
You have a really colorful family! Get it?......colorful ..... family .... cause the pictures are colorful .... ? Yeah, I know ... I just woke up, ok? But seriously, it's very good ... you are a very talented young lady. - Rick
Gary - 2004-11-02 11:06:21
That's great! Very Warhol-ish. I wish I knew how to do stuff like that.
razor-vixen - 2004-11-02 11:07:46
Just like "The Surreal Life"! Is it that interesting?
Beth - 2004-11-02 11:08:58
Yeah it's directly from a warhol print, the same colors...and I got the idea from the Surreal Life :) I'm trying to figure out where I can go to print it out super gigantor..kinkos?
Bill - 2004-11-02 12:50:23
You mean the new and improved FedEx/Kinkos? (damn corporations taking over everything... I've had a corporation bid to become part of my website - but I decided I didn't want the website to be Tampax/Ramblin-Bill.diaryland.com but I digress...)

Anyway, I think Kinkos would be the place to go. Or perhaps a specialty photography shop (but that may cost more.)
Cloudy - 2004-11-02 14:45:46
Totally worth it. I suggest Postersession.com. They are super cheap & do a really good job. They will do the poster ANY size & will even laminate, which I suggest. Check out their prices. You can upload it online & they will mail it to you.
beth - 2004-11-02 14:48:06
okay cool, thanks :)
Shannon - 2004-11-03 08:06:09
That is so friggin bad ass. Six hours well spent!
matt - 2004-11-04 01:21:34
the guy who i'm assuming is your dad looks like bam margera's uncle, DON VITO
uhhh - 2004-11-04 01:34:31
not really...that's just not the best pic of him..that dude is gross and fat. my dad is not :) but thaaaanks. remember my dad is from texas, don't mess with him..
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