Sunday, June 19, 2011

Youthful Female World War Two French Resistance Fighter Found In The French Alps!!

BREAKING NEWS - a comely and unbelievably youthful World War Two French resistance fighter was found yesterday living in a make-shift hut in an as-yet-explored alpine canyon tucked away in the French Alps! Her name is Joan Las Salle. She told scientists that she ran away and stumbled into the canyon area in a successful attempt to escape the German Gestapo after having set fire to a Luftwaffe air base. Asked to explain her youthful appearance, she opined that it must have resulted from eating the wild alpine mountain goat cheese she made and subsisted on for over sixty seven years! She will shortly be returned to her home city of Paris and introduced to twenty first century civilization. One of the scientist was overheard telling a colleague that the only thing that may be withheld from Joan is an introduction to Facebook as it is a huge waste of time. Acrylic on stretched canvas. 11 inch by 14 inch. This BREAKING NEWS alert sponsored by the National French Goat Cheese Consortium.

10 comments:

Cynthia Schelzig said...

Not only are you a weltmeister in painting but I think you need to do standup at the Comedy Club too....
you are a character just like Miss Goat Cheese.

David Lobenberg said...

Cynthia, I try to be serious, but sometimes I fail miserably.

Lydie said...

Goat cheese will keep fresh complexion and avoid wrinkles ... Spread the word!

AutumnLeaves said...

She is a beauty indeed! I'd a guessed her to be SLA. LOL

Barbara M. said...

Okay you could make a million dollars selling her beauty secrets, but I hope you make a million on the portrait at least. Beautiful.

Your fan in Toronto,

Barbara

David Lobenberg said...

Lydie, the word is out!

David Lobenberg said...

Autumn, she looks like Patty Hearst!

David Lobenberg said...

Barbara, I'm formulating the goat fountain of youth concoction as I write this response!

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David Lobenberg said...

Claire, I'm glad you are learning some things by reading my blog and looking at my art. This is what the blog community is all about. We learn from each other and the world over!