|On camels. Hell, yeah.|
Nonetheless, I will give Christmas gifts to the people I love, and they will give me gifts, as well. Don't even try to play the game of chicken that is "Now remember, no presents." I've killed more brain cells than I can comfortably spare trying to outguess people who promised not to get me anything and then showed up with "just a little thing that I really wanted you to have." Right.
|It's nothing, really. I got it on sale.|
The first item on my list is a hand-made oil painting reproduction of Edmund Bristow's "Before the Monkey Duel."
|In case you missed it all the other times I've mentioned it.|
A 36x48 genuine fake really painted copy of "Before the Monkey Duel" costs only $455.09. Which is a hell of a deal if you were willing to drop a mil on the original article. Note that you can order smaller sizes for an even lower price. But if any image deserves to be showcased on a full four-foot-wide canvas, it's this, my very favorite piece of singerie. I mean, really, three words: Monkeys with guns.
|Everyone can enjoy that.|