It never ceases to amaze me that there are people out there who get their kicks from sabotaging, ok vandalizing, others' things. That happened recently to out neighbors across the street here, who had to repair a low retaining wall around an ornamental tree in the front yard that a few trouble-makers tore up one night recently. Similarly, I keep getting these strange comments from somewhere in Asia, or from someone using a keyboard and computer set-up with Asian (Japanese?) characters.
Normally, I might suspect that these comments come from someone who does not have a full command of English, but some of the links related to these posted comments are, shall we say, highly questionable. Grrrrrr. . . . So, for the time being, I'm afraid I've had to enable comment moderation again. Inconvenience notwithstanding, please do continue to leave your comments, suggestions, and constructive criticisms. It will just take a bit longer for them to appear.
On a happier note, the second batch of Huzzah musketeers is all finished save for the two coats of Future/Klear, which will follow tomorrow. My amateur rock and roll band The Indras has an engagement this evening at a local bar, so there won't be any time for painting once I am home about 1am. We've become quite polished and tight as a unit the last few months, and with 60 rock&roll, rockabilly, and R&B tunes from the 1950s, we put on quite a nice little sideshow. Another shorter appearance follows early tomorrow morning from 9-11am at our local farmers' market. Buying produce, cheese, meat, and other assorted goods was never like this before!