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Friday, June 28, 2013

Paulette Captures Rare Traffic Phenomenon On Canvas

In Oakland, California, would be U.S. Senate candidate, Paulette, witnessed an absence of Friday rush hour traffic, and she captured it in the painting you see below.

There's only one car during Friday's rush hour.
"I'm so glad I had my painting setup so that I could capture the event on canvas, otherwise who's gonna believe me," said Paulette.

The painting will be put up for auction when the paint dries unless someone holds money up to her face saying they want it.

Paulette Goes Outside and Records Reflected Light

In other news, Oakland, California resident, Paulette Humanbeing went outside her apartment and stood on a hillside, looking, staring at a large body of water and the land surrounding it.  She recorded what she saw, a bunch of colors, on a piece of canvas covered board, and here is a picture of it.

Paulette's Light Recording
When asked why she did it, she replied, "If we don't record reflected light, it'll go unrecorded, and future generations will suffer the effects of a lack of light history, dooming them to doomdom and unmitigated pain."

When asked if her recording will go on the auction block, she said, "Yes, after it dries."