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When HEIST isn't Post Whoring.... - October 17, 2012, 08:23 AM

He's living up to his name. Didn't realize people still stole art, thought this shit was only in the movies

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AMSTERDAM: Thieves have broken into a Dutch museum and walked off with works from the likes of Picasso, Monet, Gauguin and Matisse potentially worth hundreds of millions.
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My internet bill is substantial. Gotta pay for it somehow.

Speaking of which, this was a laundry list job. From what I read in other reports, the thieves skipped all the other modern master paintings such as Warhol and the like which were equally worth millions.



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October 17, 2012, 09:56 AM

After hearing about this yesterday and reading the article I saw that one of the works of art that was stolen was a Pablo Picasso piece from 1971.

I must admit I had no idea that Picasso was alive then. I thought he died a long long long time ago. Like in the 1800s.

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After hearing about this yesterday and reading the article I saw that one of the works of art that was stolen was a Pablo Picasso piece from 1971.

I must admit I had no idea that Picasso was alive then. I thought he died a long long long time ago. Like in the 1800s.

At least I learned something!
Most people do.......picasso was born in the late 1800's and died in 1973 and I only know that because I had to research him when I did a paper on him for an art history class.

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After hearing about this yesterday and reading the article I saw that one of the works of art that was stolen was a Pablo Picasso piece from 1971.

I must admit I had no idea that Picasso was alive then. I thought he died a long long long time ago. Like in the 1800s.

At least I learned something!



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