The anatomy poster is done! All you have to do to see it is move your mouse over the the all-knowing more link and click. Wait, did I say mouse? Of course you wouldn’t ever move your mouse over a computer screen. That would be ridiculous. I meant move the pointer that is controlled by your mouse. Or maybe you don’t even have a mouse. Maybe it is a track pad. Or a stylus, like my friend Nowell uses. Could even be one of those useless red nubs. Oo, any trackballs in the house? I am sorry for making so many assumptions. I was just trying to suggest that there is a small possibility that the act of activating the more link could be worth your time. In the future I promise to be a scrupulous Californian and do my part to promote a non-specific, assumptionless society.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I don’t know what I was thinking up there. Something about pre-more link content tends to make me nervous. I guess it’s the pressure to entice the visitor to click. It makes me feel like I’m selling something. This is troublesome because as a scrupulous Californian, I feel that all goods and services should be exchanged on a free basis, with the possible exception of a barter arrangement (hint hint: I understand that you recently came into a cache of premium Kush from the water princess at the Temple of Atonement camp).
Anyway I guess I should post the poster. It’s 15 x 20 inches on archival Arches paper. Just kidding, I don’t think the paper is Arches, but it cost $2 a sheet at Flax. If you want to exchange money for one, this time only, I’ll give you a great deal and will ship it in a tastefully-packaged parcel. You know what? For you, I will even secure it in a handsome glass frame at a nominal cost. I don’t usually let Henry Paulson’s trainwreck capitalist system interfere with my artistic vision, but I will be willing to accept legal tender for my art. This time only. All you have to do is click.