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April 21 2017

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Wonder what percentage is beef

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Not even close to ½ banana

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I was playing Diablo 3 when..

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alcohol culture is so wild…people all over fb will be sharing a meme like “i can’t have just one glass of wine, it’s always 2 bottles and 3 people i can never look in the eye again” as if that’s normal? but if a meme like that was going around about cocaine or any other drug, everyone would be like “sounds like a drug problem bruh” 

alcoholism is SO normalized and it’s such a toxic environment honestly 

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The Master Sculptor  Philippe Faraut

After establishing residence in the Chesapeake Bay area of Virginia, he developed an interest in modeling the head in clay. An avid traveler, Philippe’s destinations have allowed him the opportunity to study the cultures of many countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean, thus influencing his work in portraiture. In 1996 he relocated with his wife to the Finger Lakes Region of New York State.

Philippe has created numerous original works ranging from six-inch porcelain figurines to over life-sized monuments in both stone and bronze and has exhibited his sculptures in various galleries and national and international competitions.  Sculptor and author Philippe Faraut is best known for his large body of portraiture created over the last twenty-five years in clay, wax, stone porcelain and bronze. His book and DVD series in additional to his instructional materials focusing on the fine art of modeling classical busts and figures in clay are used throughout the world.    

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