Episode 127: Tom Sanford

February 3, 2008 · Print This Article

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Tom Sandford

Amanda interviews artist and master of “celebutard portraiture” Tom Sanford.

Duncan bitches a bit more about the Art Institute.

And can we have a moment of silence for Mort Garson, please.

[via Wikipedia]

Mort Garson (20 July 1924 – 4 January 2008)

Who was born in in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, was an electronic musician best known for his albums that predominantly feature Moog synthesizers.

Art Institute of Chicago
Hunter College
Chelsea Art Museum
Leo Koenig
NWA
2Pac
Nick Broomfield
50 Cent
Presscott McDonald<
NPR
MTV
Beastie Boys
Run-DMC
Artforum
Snoop Dog
Prince
Rick James
Real World
Red Hot Chili Peppers
David Bowie
Kiss
Us Weekly
Britney Spears
Paris Hilton
Trey_ParkerTrey Parker
Team America: World Police
Dogma
Kevin Smith
The Big Lebowski
Arnold Schwarzenegger
George Bush
Three Kings
George Clooney
Tom Cruise
Lloyd Dobler
Freddy Kruger

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53 thoughts on “Episode 127: Tom Sanford”

  1. Tony Fitzpatrick says:

    Tom — at any given time , major dealers carry an astonishing amount of debt– as long as they can satisfy their line of credit — all of the balls stay up in the air– there is no small measure of gambling in the blue-chip market.

  2. Richard says:

    For the record, Bad at Sports has only removed one message ever and that was at the request of the poster. Besides, Hudgens who is the only person with access to delete messages is here in NYC and doesn’t have his computer.

    If your posts aren’t registering it is probably your browser.

  3. M S Brandl says:

    Tony, if any “karma” is going to land on anyone, it will certainly be on that anonymous fake who called it up and is misusing the name of a dead person. Although perhaps the only appropriate use of dealers is misuse.

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