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jaime longoria

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Posted: Nov 12, 2004 1:26 PM
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jaime longoria

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Strange stuff
Posted: Nov 12, 2004 1:56 PM
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This null forum comes out of some attempt to post images and it is just so much fun when this happens.

coyote infante

Ray Rolfe

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From: Northeast Minneapolis
Registered: Sep 5, 2001
Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Dec 13, 2004 5:28 PM
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How did you get the trippy color change?

jaime longoria

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Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Dec 14, 2004 9:10 AM
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> How did you get the trippy color change?

It is the Painter's eye with the software's "knobs" that allow the image to be changed. Kid's with little "art" training can now make interesting "images". Hence the claim that "interesting art is dead".

Ray Rolfe

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From: Northeast Minneapolis
Registered: Sep 5, 2001
Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Dec 14, 2004 5:52 PM
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Heh. Your funny man. I like those shots with iko (spelling? Eye-co?) and your family.

Must we now fully explore "interesting"? Interesting Images? You grant there are still interesting concepts ALIVE, no?

Interesting hues? haha

jaime longoria

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Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Dec 17, 2004 8:36 AM
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> Heh. Your funny man. I like those shots with iko
> (spelling? Eye-co?) and your family.
>
> Must we now fully explore "interesting"? Interesting
> Images? You grant there are still interesting
> concepts ALIVE, no?
>
> Interesting hues? haha

I really think interesting art is dead. The art scene is terrified about this. That's why I am so "infamous". I say what is the unspoken truth and it terrifies them.

What I am about to do as an artist is "out" the Minnesota Art scene to the "outer (global) world" as the group of gutless pansies that it is!

Why am I so bad?

Because I love the community that receives "Art" and detest the "frauds" that are half this and half that and never stand up for the whole truth.

Jimmy Longoria
Chicano Artist de Minnesota


Message was edited by: jaime longoria at Mar 17, 2005 12:24 PM

jaime longoria

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Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Mar 9, 2005 6:08 AM
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ooohmy

jaime longoria

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Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Mar 9, 2005 6:10 AM
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> ooohmy

Ray Rolfe

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Registered: Sep 5, 2001
Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Mar 10, 2005 6:15 PM
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error
??

jaime longoria

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Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Mar 15, 2005 4:49 PM
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Chicano burp

I was an error
the professor scanned his lists
"I think, an error, you are an error,.."
so I sat at the back of the room
offered my complete set of books
to the white kid next to me

he had not gone to the
bookstore, not bought the books
on the lists
he had waited, until this first class to
see what little he really had to read

he was on the list; he was was not an error

The professor began
"I still think you are an error"
but I stayed

I attended every lecture
wrote the papers
took the quizzes

and after most of the students
those were not an error
no longer came
then I conforted the Professor on
his teaching.

At the end he came to me and offered his hand
it was then I told him
the truth

I was an error
I never enrolled in his class
I never was there learning from him

I stole away the knowledge that
others, those that were not an error
had let spoil.

And now stolen
I would keep forever.

the error


Message was edited by: jaime longoria at Mar 17, 2005 12:21 PM

Jimmy longoria

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From: Minnesota
Registered: Oct 6, 2005
Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Oct 7, 2005 11:19 PM
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> Chicano burp
>
> I was an error
> the professor scanned his lists
> "I think, an error, you are an error,.."
> so I sat at the back of the room
> offered my complete set of books
> to the white kid next to me
>
> he had not gone to the
> bookstore, not bought the books
> on the lists
> he had waited, until this first class to
> see what little he really had to read
>
> he was on the list; he was was not an error
>
> The professor began
> "I still think you are an error"
> but I stayed
>
> I attended every lecture
> wrote the papers
> took the quizzes
>
> and after most of the students
> those were not an error
> no longer came
> then I conforted the Professor on
> his teaching.
>
> At the end he came to me and offered his hand
> it was then I told him
> the truth
>
> I was an error
> I never enrolled in his class
> I never was there learning from him
>
> I stole away the knowledge that
> others, those that were not an error
> had let spoil.
>
> And now stolen
> I would keep forever.
>
> the error
>
>
> Message was edited by: jaime longoria at Mar 17, 2005
> 12:21 PM


For William
with Cheer

Coyote infinity

Jimmy longoria

Posts: 112
From: Minnesota
Registered: Oct 6, 2005
Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Dec 9, 2005 10:09 AM
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Yahoo Francis!!! Post your bile here. My friends in Orange County want to celebrate the sound defeat of an unamerican bigot that you support.

There is video you should see; A Day Without Mexicans, it is quite funny until you realize how dependent the "free market" is on illegal alien labor. Read a paper Francis; we are going to lose our key hard industries to China. You seem to forget what Fox said to Georgie, "together we can compete with the new economic alignences of Asia, on our own we will eachbe devoured by the tiger,..."

You and Bob outa take you heads outa your rhetorical 'arses" and watch out for our economic "asses".

mucho lov
Coyote Infinity

jaime longoria

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Registered: Oct 7, 2002
Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Dec 12, 2005 6:08 PM
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> Yahoo Francis!!! Post your bile here. My friends in
> Orange County want to celebrate the sound defeat of
> an unamerican bigot that you support.
>
> There is video you should see; A Day Without
> Mexicans, it is quite funny until you realize how
> dependent the "free market" is on illegal alien
> labor. Read a paper Francis; we are going to lose
> our key hard industries to China. You seem to
> forget what Fox said to Georgie, "together we can
> compete with the new economic alignences of Asia, on
> our own we will eachbe devoured by the tiger,..."
>
> You and Bob outa take you heads outa your rhetorical
> 'arses" and watch out for our economic "asses".
>
> mucho lov
> Coyote Infinity


Announcement: The Latino Artists Group of Minnesota will be having it Annual meeting this Saturday 3:30 p.m. December 17th in the city of Hopkins, MN.
Please email mentoringpeace@mac.com or call 952-935-4717 for directions to the meeting.

Jaime Longoria

Jimmy longoria

Posts: 112
From: Minnesota
Registered: Oct 6, 2005
Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Feb 12, 2006 9:36 AM
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> > Yahoo Francis!!! Post your bile here. My friends
> in
> > Orange County want to celebrate the sound defeat
> of
> > an unamerican bigot that you support.
> >
> > There is video you should see; A Day Without
> > Mexicans, it is quite funny until you realize how
> > dependent the "free market" is on illegal alien
> > labor. Read a paper Francis; we are going to lose
> > our key hard industries to China. You seem to
> > forget what Fox said to Georgie, "together we can
> > compete with the new economic alignences of Asia,
> on
> > our own we will eachbe devoured by the tiger,..."
> >
> > You and Bob outa take you heads outa your
> rhetorical
> > 'arses" and watch out for our economic "asses".
> >
> > mucho lov
> > Coyote Infinity
>
>
> Announcement: The Latino Artists Group of Minnesota
> will be having it Annual meeting this Saturday 3:30
> p.m. December 17th in the city of Hopkins, MN.
> Please email mentoringpeace@mac.com or call
> 952-935-4717 for directions to the meeting.
>
> Jaime Longoria

I was elected President.

We will get our nonprofit next month after we raise the funds.

Jaime Longoria

Ray Rolfe

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From: Northeast Minneapolis
Registered: Sep 5, 2001
Re: Strange stuff
Posted: Feb 13, 2006 8:47 PM
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Happy 501(c)3 to you! Exciting news.

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