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From: eric
Date: Sat Feb 26 14:36:59 MST 2005 Subject: Last Supper?

Responses
Patricia: Das Letzte Abendmahl (2/27/05)
KeithB: Another question (2/27/05)
mike: I was there (2/28/05)
derek: last suppers (3/2/05)
Patricia: request (3/2/05)
benjipark: A homie style last supper (3/2/05)
Karen: Yeah, right!! (3/2/05)
emily: bubba angel (3/4/05)
Karen: Conspiracy theory... (3/4/05)
derek: Homie Games (3/5/05)
Boojeee: seriously, folks (3/7/05)
Responses (sorted by date)
Boojeee: seriously, folks (3/7/05)
derek: Homie Games (3/5/05)
Karen: Conspiracy theory... (3/4/05)
emily: bubba angel (3/4/05)
Karen: Yeah, right!! (3/2/05)
benjipark: A homie style last supper (3/2/05)
Patricia: request (3/2/05)
derek: last suppers (3/2/05)
mike: I was there (2/28/05)
KeithB: Another question (2/27/05)
Patricia: Das Letzte Abendmahl (2/27/05)
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Betreff: last supper

As a collector of variations from the last supper of Leonardo da Vinci I found your last supper in the Internet. Any questions: who are the various people on the table

In exchange for the apostles? Why are there only 11 persons and not 13? What is the sense of your picture? Who is the painter? Greatings Martin (Germany)

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From: Patricia
Date: Sun Feb 27 09:56:07 MST 2005 Subject: Das Letzte Abendmahl

I wonder if this is the picture Martin is referring to. At any rate, whatever you guys are going to post for responses, I'll gladly translate into German... :)

trizia

(My first chance to do this, and you think I wouldn't jump at it???)

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From: KeithB
Date: Sun Feb 27 13:38:01 MST 2005 Subject: Another question

The question not asked, that I think would've occurred to me from the start: is there some theological significance or statement being made by using a bobbleheaded Jesus? Oh yeah, and how did he get the cool halo? It's almost as big as my own aura (ask me, I'll tell you the story...).

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From: mike
Date: Mon Feb 28 10:26:29 MST 2005 Subject: I was there

I was there, just not in the picture. I thought the bobble head jesus was irreverent, and wanted a little space between me and the possible targets of judgement.

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From: derek
Date: Wed Mar 2 00:15:58 MST 2005 Subject: last suppers

I believe there were actually two "last supper" scenes. Another was created using "homies" at the "5 and Diner on Speedway," which is more commonly referred to as Broadway Cafe. Check ancient archives for back story. I believe on that one the reason for 11 disciples was that we weren't willing to shell out the extra buck for two more homies. However, that picture has the added touches of professional camera work by Benji Park, and set design by Derek Hugen using Mustard and Milkshake for paints. In a tragic blunder, the table was bused.
Mike, you're seriously just going to sit by and watch the rest of us get struck down by God's righteous judgement? Remind me never to let you be the one who has to intercede on behalf of a city. Not much on the gift of mercy, are you?

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From: Patricia
Date: Wed Mar 2 07:17:08 MST 2005 Subject: request

could one of you who know what you're doing please pull up that picture (the one Derek is referring to) into this blog series? Please, please, please?

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From: benjipark
Date: Wed Mar 2 15:34:49 MST 2005 Subject: A homie style last supper




And there you have it. a last supper scene. The image series this photo is from is

here.


;^)

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From: Karen
Date: Wed Mar 2 16:06:03 MST 2005 Subject: Yeah, right!!

It's cool to think that our website is touching the international artistic community. ;-)

Patricia, I'm currently thinking of an art-critic way of explaining the meaning of the picture for this curious German. In true art critic fashion, I have no intention of asking the artists what they wanted to convey!

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From: emily
Date: Fri Mar 4 10:02:04 MST 2005 Subject: bubba angel

Its interesting to note that YOU NEVER KNOW who will be reading the blogs on this site....

But I do have more homies to round out the numbers in the photo! I suppose it wouldn't be the same to splice the extras in using modern cheating technology?

We got them on our trip toTennessee in December. The kids convinced us to let them spend several dollars of their Christmas money on the Homie machine. Their favorite was a short, squatty angel-esque thing that looked more like Baccus than Gabriel. I guess that's why the kids named him Bubba Angel. Much time was spent in the back seat inventing scenarios where Bubba Angel would fly in and land on people.

EmilyM

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From: Karen
Date: Fri Mar 4 10:44:09 MST 2005 Subject: Conspiracy theory...

You never know, huh? Could be the FBI, maybe.

So, Joe Raftis has "Tony (the Sicilian)"---what Villager benefits from the protection of Bubba Angel??

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From: derek
Date: Sat Mar 5 13:41:41 MST 2005 Subject: Homie Games

You will need a spoon and a fulcrum. The fulcrum can be built using sugar packets, or whatever other materials are available at your table. Balancing the concoction on a napkin may be a good idea to reduce the chance of your new catapult slipping. Place a homie on the spoon. In one quick, balanced movement, press down on the handle to launch your homie.

Game 1: Spread the rest of your homies across the table, use your catapult to launch a homie to hit the others. Each player will get an equal amount of turns. Whoever knocks over the most amount of homies wins the round.

Game 2: Place the plastic cups in which the homies came into a pattern, usually a triangle bowling pin shape, if managable. Launch your homie. The homie must land in a cup without coming out. Half-points can be given for bouncing out.

These are only 2 of the many games you can play with your homies. Please feel free to post your own unique games. Remember: homies are only limited by your imagination.

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From: Boojeee
Date: Mon Mar 7 14:52:08 MST 2005 Subject: seriously, folks

Enough of all this silliness. It's clear that this is a scene after Bubba Judas has left to betray Jesus.

I have no understanding for the lack of disciples in the Bobble-head Jesus piece.

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