The lunatic who attacked the Paul Gauguin masterpiece "Two Tahitian Women" screamed about her hatred of lesbians as she impotently pounded on the clear plastic cover protecting the post-impressionist portrait of a pair of topless Maori gals. The suspect, 53-year-old Susan Burns, screamed "This is very homosexual!" as she attacked the painting on exhibit at Washington's National Gallery of Art. And then she claimed she has a radio in her head and works for the CIA.
I love Radiohead too but if I look like that because I listen to them I&#039;m going to stop this weekend for sure.
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It&#039;s all right, he only buggered little girls.
So we&#039;re SURE she was making up the CIA part?
No lips because she&#039;s too Xtian to wear heathen makeup like onea them French tarts.
I know what you mean. The Minneapolis Art Institute has a great collection and occasionally I see some kid or adult touching something and you just want to pummel the idiots. There was a chair on exhibit from China that was from the 16th century and some adult decided to sit on it. Totally smashed the thing. <a href="http://brainerddispatch.com..." target="_blank">" rel="nofollow noopener" title="http://brainerddispatch.com/stories/060500/new_06...">http://brainerddispatch.com...
once again we see why we can&#039;t have nice things.
She said she likes Radiohead?
<i>...Burns said that the painting is &ldquo;&lsquo;very homosexual. I was trying to remove it. I think it should be burned&quot;</i>
She wanted to burn the picture like it was a common Koran or an American flag or an NPR radio station. I reiterate my call to ban on fire in public discourse.
What? No &quot;I&#039;d hit it&quot; yet? You guys are slacking.