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Martha Felker said:   July 15, 2010 4:55 pm PST
ELEGY TO LDC FROM MTFâ?¦Samson you were a hell of a king, in your high school prom tuxedo, in your Levitz Furniture St. Paddy's Bash (1971?) mime personae, skipping Sunday School for IHOP pancakes, eating peany bunker sandwiches on Memorial Drive Pres Meaux Ranch trip, sitting on my porch on Carrollton Avenue in New Orleans prob the last time I knew your whereabouts in the late '70s. A poet, a gentleman and a scholar, a dancer, a real card, my friend. You won true beauty Candace in the end. As I have found her via Facebook in the year 2010. Too much emotion for a guestbook I guess. Too long crying reading poetry tonight, finally finding my answer: melanoma, 37. Going for the kleenex again. Keep dancin' wherever you may be, Larry. Thank you, thank you, Mad House People, for the amazing journey tonight.

Joan Duke said:   May 16, 2010 12:55 pm PST
Where can I view the picture or get the pattern for the cape with the four foot cables down the front created in the 70's?

Dan Ray said:   May 13, 2010 12:55 pm PST
Very fine article on LD Cooper. A great guy badly missed by all of us who knew him. It's been too long, Larry, too long. Mais on n'oublie rien, rien de rien, on n'oublie rien du tout. D. Ray

Lydia said:   April 23, 2010 3:03 pm PST
I too stumbled upon this site and am very grateful for your information re my dear acquaintance, Bhaskar. I met Bhaskar after his accident. A mutual friend suggested I look him up when I arrived in New York. I had very little information about him except that he was, at that time, quadriplegic. I phoned him and he graciously invited me to tea. I remember that I took some tiger lilies to him as a gift. I visited a few times on that trip and every subsequent trip to NYC. I remember when he started using his arms, when he delighted in telling me of the return of his sexuality (I am sure he would not mind my sharing this) and he always maintained that one day he would walk, and perhaps even dance again. He started writing children's books - quite successfully it seemed. We, his visitors, took gifts of paper and pencils rather than flowers or chocolates when calling. He did "hold court" as you wrote, and remarkably well. I did not know that he was of Indian royalty. While no one would call him modest he only bragged about his dancing prowess and sent me to the Metropolitan Library of the Arts where I watched s couple of films of his dancing. The Cobra was stunning, and well worth the time to watch if you are ever in NYC. I know he is dancing in heaven, for whatever his indiscretions may have been in his youth, he paid by his love of people and his caring of all creation.

lynda johnson said:   March 9, 2010 11:54 pm PST
Love the turtles.

Aaron Cooper said:   February 24, 2010 1:42 am PST
It was pure chance that I stumbled upon this website, but as Larry Don Cooper's son I really appreciate the article you did on him and his work. Thank you.

Lisa Morrison-Tyler said:   January 1, 2010 6:21 pm PST
WOW!!! This is great. Its has been so long, Kimball was so little the last time I saw you. It was great "catching up" with all of you. I look forward to seeing what is next...

Charm Gilchrist said:   December 9, 2009 11:06 pm PST
Like I keep telling him Kimball is a cutey ^-^ especially in all those costumes

Candace Hibbard Lillie said:   December 2, 2009 2:08 pm PST
After checking with my local Post Ofice (where Dennis works at night) I can send it Flat Rate Priority to The United kingdom for 12.95 USD in 6 to 10 Working Days. so: T-Shirt.........14.95 USD Postage........12.95 USD Total............27.90 USD Paypal will do the conversion. Thank you so very much for your inquiry!

Daryl said:   December 2, 2009 1:54 pm PST
Hi. Do you ship to the UK? & will you be able to do it before Christmas? Your llama t-shirts are so cool. 8o)

Vivian Grice said:   June 11, 2009 10:15 am PST
I would be interested in knowing if Lyn Carroll is a former costume designer at the University of South Carolina. If so, I was an undergraduate assistant of hers years ago. Please tell her Little Viv says hello.

Estranged Denesa said:   May 16, 2009 6:40 am PST
This site is soooooo wonderful!! I've visited over the years. I think you should put some more craft for sale on here!! Your crafts are amazing!! Hey why don't you check and see if the Jay chronicle will do a piece over you and your website! I love this site, it fits you well. Love you Candace. Nesa

Julie Phillips Bass said:   April 16, 2009 8:55 pm PST
Thanks for the entertaining walk down memory what you have been doing to your site!

Dana said:   March 4, 2009 5:50 am PST
Thanks for the Birthday greetings and gift! So glad for the instructions. We are now getting the cold weather that invites night caps, so your timing was just right. Usually my kitty, Lil' Dahlin' is my night cap. Love your website.

Austin Martin said:   January 13, 2009 3:53 pm PST
It's a VERY Great website!!! You Guys did a great job on it! I love the Pics

debi vickers said:   August 13, 2008 3:40 am PST
I so enjoyed the all of the site, the Kimball page brought a tear to my eye remembering the good ole days ":"What a fine tribute to Todd and Kimball's friendship....and ours.Dennison you are gorgeous,Candace and Dennis look the same, have not aged a bit":" Miss you Debi

Alana Tuder said:   March 28, 2008 6:07 am PST
Hi! Nice photos. Loved Kimball's Prom photos! Congrats Kimball. I am so proud of you!! Alana

Denise Schultz said:   March 27, 2008 11:21 pm PST
OK, I know this site is a mecca for textile artists, so I am going to share my favorite technique I have not yet been able to experiment with myself - the "to-do" technique I most want to turn into a "ta-Da" technique (hmmm, maybe I could start a trend, and hear what your to-do technique is). You can combine your rubber stamp collection, your velvet collection, and your Steam Iron to make fabulous things. I understand it takes a little practice to get used to doing just the actual image of the rubber stamp, and not also pressing in the outline of the wooden block the rubber stamp is attached to - but I have seen examples of it and it is beautiful. Enjoy! Thanks for all the fun on your site, again and always.

Julie Bass said:   March 3, 2008 3:56 pm PST
I have been so entertained for the last 2 days now! Your site is samfrantastic! What a Beautiful family and such an Enchanted and Gifted life you lead. Thanks for being my friend, ...again.

Mom said:   January 19, 2008 12:23 pm PST
There, I think i have it right now. Happy New Year, All!

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