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Imperial Art Appreciation: Orange | by JD Hancock
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Imperial Art Appreciation: Orange

"Cadets, have you read chapter two of your Art Appreciation text? I hope so because now we're going to study the color orange."


"Who doesn't love orange? Orange is the color of enthusiasm, of energy, of a "get-things-done" attitude. And orange fruit is delicious!"


"But in contrast, orange is also the color of things that are fading, run-down, or 'past their prime,' such as sunsets, autumn leaves, or rusted metal. It is for this reason that the weak-minded sandtroopers wear the color orange, because ... um ... ah ... okay ... I see the headmaster is motioning me to move on ...."


Today's lesson: If you don't pass this class, you may soon be wearing orange.


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Part of my Stormtroopers and Imperial Art Appreciation series.


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Taken on August 2, 2009