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Oh, look at those two--that's a nice comparison!
See those? Big beard, little beard?
That's February 9th, and February 8th...
Three thousand six hundred fifty three days in the ten year period...
each one, each exposure costs me about a dollar. And one Polaroid a day over a ten year period,
I think of these things as a little voodoo doll of my life,
and when the Polaroids are all in disarray, my life is in disarray.
These Polaroids may have special powers.
I think everyone's life as a performance no matter what we're doing
were on stage, here. The whole world is our stage.
So these are a document...[laughter] of this performance.
Then I was doing this thing where I was cocooning inside my down comforter.
That's me in there. [laughter] You can see my hand.
Do you want me to be happy or sad? (Audience) Happy. Ecstatic.
[Laughter] (Audience) We love it. Pull it!
[Polaroid camera noise] Alright, okay, here's the film.
[Sounds of closing cameras]
Thank you all very much, you've been a beautiful audience.