Sunday, June 6, 2010

SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!!!!!

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  1. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS ONE!!! I hate the stinky fish Marlins! Keep 'em coming!

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  2. i love this one!!!!! a lot of mets fan are down on frenchy this year, but i'm still a supporter. i like his hard nose approach to the game and he is a truly nice guy.

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  3. All things aside, these become more brilliant. Excellent work sir. Go Mets.

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  4. Thanks all. Check out the NY Daily News tomorrow.
    There's going to be an article about this Blog! Thanks to you all!

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  5. The Daily News is just the first stop of many for @RocknRollArtist!

    Love the "Frenchy Fries Fish"! So creative.

    Keep up the great work and keep them wins comin!

    -@EliFromBrooklyn

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  6. Seriously - someone needs to frame this and get it to Frenchy as incentive to keep it up...great work, as always, Joe!

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  7. Joe,

    Time for Jerry to start talkin about NL Manager of the Year. Three games over .500 with this team and this rotation?

    Your blog is my first visit every morning!

    Bob

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  8. i can't find the article in the daily news!!!

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  9. Great art! Love your site!

    Yes, to be honest, I truly believe that Frenchy could be THE fan favorite (slightly ahead of Ike), if he could produce offensively. He clearly has the most fan-friendly demeanor of any player on the team.

    I like D-Wright, but he is too Leave it to Beaver for me.

    Frenchie leads a fan friendly list followed by Ike and Rod.

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  10. This art collection is one of the best I have seen. I hope you publish this in a comic style book or something like that.

    As for Thomas here, don't you think you are asking for a little much coming from an artist? Artwork has little boundarys. The edginess is was makes it that much more powerful.

    Keep it up Joe!

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  11. fine work as always... although you spelled Francoeur wrong!

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  12. Sorry for the misspellings but I do these kind of quick. I will fix it when I get a chance.

    Thomas, I did not mean for the piece to be offensive. I'm sorry that you feel that way.
    I am a good catholic and would never do anything I felt sacrilegious. I just felt he was crucified. Not like the Lord Just crucified.It was never meant to parody the crucifixion of Christ.

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  13. Haha thanks for fixing the spelling Joe. I figured if you were putting out a book in the future you would hate to see a misspelling after it was already printed. We are your spell-checkers and editors!

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