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  • #11
    Ok, here's one...

    I wish for more young men to have your mentality (and no, I'm not sucking up, hahaha).

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    • #12
      Originally posted by sSsflamesSs Ok, here's one...

      I wish for more young men to have your mentality (and no, I'm not sucking up, hahaha).
      Well, I still think you're sucking up, but I'm not complaining!


      I just found out Rouben Hakhverdian has a poetry book, I shall add it to my list.


      Oo! and volume 2 of the Khachatur Avetisian collection! and the commemorative video of Ararat 73! and, and....
      Last edited by xBaron Dants; 12-10-2003, 08:29 PM.

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      • #13
        Christmas list? I hate getting presents. But I'll put on together any way.

        1) A Gretsch USA Custom drum kit with a 14x8 snare, an 18x18 bass drum, and 8", 12" and 14" toms with a Satin Cherry Red finish.

        2) An M3.

        3) A new cellphone would be good.

        4) Car stereo system.

        5) Home theater system with flat screen HD plasma TV and 6.1 B&W Speaker setup. All Monster cable of course.

        6) A Mark Rothko painting.

        7) An Arshille Gorky painting.

        8) A Robert Motherwell painting.

        9) A Rembrandt painting.

        10) A Willem de Kooning painting.

        I guess this can go on for a while so I'll stop.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by Arvestaked Christmas list? I hate getting presents. But I'll put on together any way.

          1) A Gretsch USA Custom drum kit with a 14x8 snare, an 18x18 bass drum, and 8", 12" and 14" toms with a Satin Cherry Red finish.

          2) An M3.

          3) A new cellphone would be good.

          4) Car stereo system.

          5) Home theater system with flat screen HD plasma TV and 6.1 B&W Speaker setup. All Monster cable of course.

          6) A Mark Rothko painting.

          7) An Arshille Gorky painting.

          8) A Robert Motherwell painting.

          9) A Rembrandt painting.

          10) A Willem de Kooning painting.

          I guess this can go on for a while so I'll stop.
          I like receiving gifts, and your list suggests that you wouldn't mind either.

          And boo for you, because all Arshile Gorky paintings should be in Armenia's National Art Gallery. You can have the Rembrandt though.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by Baron Dants Well, I still think you're sucking up, but I'm not complaining!
            Well, the baby spit out his pacifier, and I had to silence him somehow, right?

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            • #16
              I disagree with you. All of his paintings should be all over the world so everyone can enjoy them. I talked to my friend from France and she said that she wants all of Cezanne's paintings to be back in France. That's stupid and it would suck. I'm proud to be Armenian but that's ridiculous.

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              • #17
                Originally posted by Arvestaked I disagree with you. All of his paintings should be all over the world so everyone can enjoy them. I talked to my friend from France and she said that she wants all of Cezanne's paintings to be back in France. That's stupid and it would suck. I'm proud to be Armenian but that's ridiculous.
                No, his paintings should be in Armenia. And the National Art Gallery of Armenia should make some sort of deal with Armavia (Armenia's main airline) and other museums such as the Louvre so more people come TO Armenia to see the art.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by Baron Dants No, his paintings should be in Armenia. And the National Art Gallery of Armenia should make some sort of deal with Armavia (Armenia's main airline) and other museums such as the Louvre so more people come TO Armenia to see the art.
                  However, they should tour to museums all over the world from time to time...

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                  • #19
                    To think that people would travel for paintings is idealistic.

                    And I still disagree.

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by Arvestaked To think that people would travel for paintings is idealistic.

                      And I still disagree.
                      Nah, many rich people would.

                      But still, even if that didn't work out, I encourage the paintings travelling to other countries, but having a home in Armenia.

                      We are not rich on natural ressources, so we must preserve the only richness we have.


                      Iiiiiiiiinch vor e, that's it for tonight.

                      Kisher pari, bari gisher!

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