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our roads may be golden, or broken, or lost ([personal profile] alexseanchai) wrote2011-08-09 19:23
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I lost a jump ring in my KEYBOARD.

On the flip side, I have many new sparklies to play with and an ever-increasing stack of shinies needing photographed, and two of my three pieces for the Broadening the Arts event are ready to go. Because the event's theme is "American Dream", these pieces are political.

One I'm going back and forth on the title, between "Freedom of Religion" and "Lemon Test" and "Coexist"; it's a Mary Campbell silver charm bracelet with charms representing twelve different religions. If one can call atheism and secular humanism religions. But I've got an owl and Buddha and a peace sign and a torii and an ankh and an aum and a cross and Kokopelli and the Goddess and a Star of David and an A for atheism and a crescent, which is all the big religions and some of the better-known small ones.

One is definitively entitled "In Celebration of Griswold and Roe". This one's a glass pearl bracelet with seven red and twenty-one white pearls and one of those Precious Feet charms between pearls numbered fourteen and fifteen.

The third... "Do you mean to say that it is not yet finished?" "No sir, I mean to say that it is not yet begun." I'm vacillating. I could do the leather queer flag in glass pearls on a chain. I could do the straight ally flag in glass pearls on a chain. I could finish my array of QUILTBAG-flag-imitating earrings and call the display a single piece. I could...ask for help! I believe I shall ask for help.

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What should Ellie title the charm bracelet?

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Freedom of Religion
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Lemon Test
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Coexist
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What should Ellie do for the queer piece?

What should Ellie title the queer piece?

Is the point of the Griswold/Roe piece clear?

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Yes
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No
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Maybe so
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Ticky?

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Ticky.
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Ticky?
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Ticky!
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Tick-tick-tick-BOOM!
3 (60.0%)