Friday Wisdom – At the Museum

We’re off to visit the local art museum, so here’s some related thoughts:

When we got to the museums my wife asked me if I thought it would be okay to take pictures. I said, “No I think you should leave them on the wall.”

They caught the art thief as he tried to drive way from the museum. He ran out of gas. He told the judge that he had no Monet to buy Degas to make the Van Gogh.

You’re Baroque when you’re out of Monet.

They was a break in at the National Origami Museum in Tokyo – more details as the story unfolds.

I once went to the National Air and Space Museum. The name is a bit misleading – the place was full of stuff.

Did you hear about the guy who was convicted of art theft? I think he was framed.

I got an evening job at the Amour Museum doing tours. Yes, I got the knight shift.

I was going to go to the National pencil museum, but decided it was pointless.

I felt really old after going to the computer museum – one of the exhibits featured the computer I’m using at home.

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I worked in the high tech world doing software release engineering and am now retired. Then I got prostate cancer. Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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17 Responses to Friday Wisdom – At the Museum

  1. Chuckle chuckle snort! πŸ™‚

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  2. Baydreamer says:

    The art theft line brought a smile. Thanks for the chuckles that come in handy for this Monday morning, too.

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  3. Well done! πŸ™‚

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  4. Lakshmi Bhat says:

    Your computer πŸ™‚

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  5. Debra says:

    I was actually going to be envious that you could go to a museum. But you did make me laugh!

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  6. davidprosser says:

    Really on form there Andrew.

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  7. Oh my. Worth the read, Andrew.

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  8. Good ones! The last one is a bit too true, though – if you’ve owned your computer for more than ten minutes, it’s already an antique. πŸ˜‰

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    • I went to a computer museum once with my grandson and showed him the many computers I worked on during my career. At one point I had to correct the docent on a number of points.

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