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Sean Scott Maguire
Miami
I am a geek ambasador
Interests: Sci Fi and Fantasy (books, movies, art), making music, and writing my blog (which will liquify your innards), speaking the language of love (with my wife, of course), Shakespeare
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Thats great that you are able to draw so well at 15. Good luck in your creative endeavors.
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2010 on Megan Fox Fan Art at Sean Scott Maguire
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If you were trying to guess, it's Chris Rock. When I look at this portrait, I don't think it looks a lot like him. But my wife and a bunch of her friends say right away "Chris Rock, of course. Looks just like him." I asked some of my co-workers what they thought. Three said it doesn't look much like him. Two others got it right off and swore it was a great likeness. So I am back where I started. Goes to show that art is subjective, I suppose.
Toggle Commented Dec 22, 2009 on Another Portrait at Sean Scott Maguire
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Just don't tell mom you called her a Stewardess. Hospital food on Thanksgiving would be no fun.
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Thanks. Remember to respect the flight attendants.
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Yeah, he's not exactly puff the magic dragon. Unless, by puff, you mean a puff of searing hot fire that melts your face off!!!
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2009 on Dragons are Always Cool at Sean Scott Maguire
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Like the guy who had a tattoo of Diana Ross? That's quite an image
Toggle Commented Sep 29, 2009 on Megan Fox Fan Art at Sean Scott Maguire
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So you're acting is from the Roger Moore school?
Toggle Commented Sep 29, 2009 on Shampoo Bottle Actors at Sean Scott Maguire
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Yes, it's a lot like a pterodacty with legs.
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Don Draper is interesting to me because he's a successful family man business executive who would rather be a single beachside restaurant bartender. So, the more successful he gets, the less he cares about the outcome. But the less he cares, the more success (and trapped) he gets. Joan Holloway is a good foil. She's the other fascinating hot person (but female). She's interesting because, by talent and smarts, she should be running the company, but the culture won't let her. The difference between her and Don Draper is that she's comfortable not being in the place she by talent and temperment should be in. Also, when my wife talks about how hot Don is, I get to talk about how hot Joan is. That doesn't have anything to do with what you wrote, but I just wanted to put that out there.
Toggle Commented Sep 29, 2009 on don draper at just jen: essays and guest posts
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That's the name his mamma should have given him
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Awesome! My next entry will puree your eyballs and make your brain feel naughty!
Toggle Commented Aug 29, 2009 on Berlusconi: Performance Artist at Sean Scott Maguire
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That's even more awesome. I'm freaking out here, man! I can't wait.
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Sean Scott Maguire is now following Richardlew
Aug 28, 2009
Sean Scott Maguire is now following disasterpiece
Aug 28, 2009
That's the first thing I thought of. The Farpoint aliens. On the bottom right, is that design Crusher's rank insignia or something? No, can't be, they don't use stripes in ST, just those pips or whatever they're called. But this means something. Can't put my finger on it.
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