I wonder, to what she is agreeing?
Those telemarketers are relentless.
She totally needs name/number display on her phone.
Is that a phone? I had forgotten what they looked like.
The phone call is from me. I've never cared for Lichstenstein.
Lol, rolling down on the floor because of You. Good Morning!
@ Everyone - I was "on call" for the past 5 weeks (luckily I have a work-provided cell phone for this, and don't have to give my personal number out!) I can imagine numerous scenarios attached to this picture.
Scouts honor I won't call after 8 pm.
Punch - Eastern Standard Time? (I did get a 10:30 pm call last month by someone wanting to exchange their T-shirt for a larger size. He was from Nebraska, if that explains anything....)
I happen to be in Nebraska, but I know nothink!
Sorry Nancy, but I'll have to break our date! I have an important business appointment. See you tomorrow night (http://davidbarsalou.homestead.com/LICHTENSTEINPROJECT.html).
Jaded, it wasn't you. But you ought to screen your ambassadors more carefully.Mick - how interesting. If I understand correctly, this means somebody paid Christies $42Million for a copy??? Fools and their money.
is that a portrait of you with phone stuck to your ear ?? i thought so!!
I didn't see that bit. I saw one of the comments on his Flickr page about Sotheby's selling the original 1961 Buck Rogers panel for one of his paintings for $1.6 million in 1999 (http://www.flickr.com/photos/deconstructing-roy-lichtenstein/306172179/in/photostream).
harlequin - yes, that is me with the phone stuck to my ear, imagining where I'd like to stick the phone ;-)Mick, I had that backwards -- didn't realize at first that Lichtenstein was the plagarist!
Quite the plagarist in fact!
And you thought...