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Storytime Quote XXVIII

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Thursday 28 January 2010 at 8:00 pm
The title of Edward R. Lipinski's book "Pucasso, the Cat Who wanted to be an Artist" pretty much explains what the book is about. With that, here is a classic quote:

"Well," said Mr. Filbert, "I have looked at your paintings very carefully. I have judged each one."



"Oh yes," I said, "and what have you decided?"



"I have decided that your paintings are very bad." And then he walked out the door.



Can Pucasso recover from this rejection? Is Mr. Filbert always this grumpy? To find out, you'll have to read the book.
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