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Sitting-Duck Art PrintLa StoriaFine Art CategoriesDrawingsPaintingsPrintmakingSculpturesSophie MarksMichael Bedard 30765 Pacific Coast Hwy., #230Malibu, CA 90265Tel: Please Use Send Shop ToolsShow Pics OnlyShop HomeAbout UsTerms of SaleSubscribeAdd to Wish ListFavorite LinksTell a friend! AntiquesAntiquesCollectiblesCollectiblesFine ArtFine ArtArtisansArtisansJewelryJewelryShop DirectoryShop DirectoryToday's ArrivalsToday's ArrivalsThis Week's ArrivalsThis Week's ArrivalsMonthly FindsMonthly FindsGift IdeasGift IdeasShop Owners HomeShop Owners HomeWhy Sell With Us?Why Sell With Us?Open a ShopOpen a ShopWhat's Selling?What's Selling?Ruby Lane AdvantageTMRuby Lane AdvantageTMNewslettersNewslettersTestimonialsTestimonialsPrint AdsPrint AdsTop 50Top 50Press RoomPress Roomsend this page to a friend 100Michael Bedard S/N Duck Limited Edition #2Fine Art:PrintmakingThis is a beautiful, signed & numbered limited edition by world-renown poster artist, Michael Bedard, printed on heavy fine watercolor paper (8.5 x 11 ) and featuring his signature duck. This limited edition of 50 signed pieces features Bill and Aldo (the stars of Sitting Ducks ) and is one of a suite of six Bedard limiteds which will be prizes for five lucky winners in three contests being held by McDonalds and ZDF (in Germany) and Vivendi Universal. The remaining 45 limiteds will only be view basketRed Skelton passed away on September 17, 1997 at the age of 84 a FriendDisplay Latest Headlines34830 Fabric Christmas bear family. 100% polyester. Teddy Dad: 17 x 32 high. Set of 3 Exclusive.Our : 83.97In StockItem: 34830(All prints are created on high quality, acid free paper using fade resistant inks.)MieNet has a new GuestBook: Sign it here!PortuguÍs-PortugueseThe Game of Fate, 18 x 12 in. , w/ LIGHTS!!! 39.99Barloga, Dennis - Valbonne Window posters28 x 22 - 19.80More Barloga, DennisForest of Machinery - 1998From his book Sitting Ducks Felix Mas GallerySydney's train debacle reached new, absurd levels yesterday morning when a train was delayed because two pigeons were blocking the track.The incident, which has angered senior rail officials and the Minister for Transport Services, Michael Costa, happened just before 5am, when a driver refused to begin his journey from Bondi Junction to Waterfall until the track had been cleared.The official report on the incident, obtained by the Herald, recorded the bizarre exchange involving the driver and signaller. The driver alleged there was a flock of birds in front of his train. As the train approached the pigeons he sounded the horn but the pigeons did not move off the rail. He contacted the signaller to inform him that he would get out to move the pigeons. He got out in front of the train to move pigeons then returned to the cab and moved the train to the platform. Mr Costa said he was in the RailCorp control centre when the incident happened. It indicated how a few drivers could hold the entire system to ransom, he said. Look, if any small group wants to act against the interests of a system, such as our rail system, it is vulnerable. It only takes one or two drivers. I was in the control room this morning . . . through the peak and I saw some of the activities. There was one particular driver that slowed his train because he claimed there was a flock of birds on the track and he did a risk assessment and didn't want to damage the birds. That led to a delay. There was another driver that decided to take a rest break. These things . . . can bring the system down. No system in the world is immune from this type of action. Print this article to a friend TopSearch all Fairfax archives (*Fee for full article)Schlummer Atlas 2005EUR 26,50Kanada, Der OstenEUR 4,95Idealgewicht ohne HungerkurEUR 12,80Office 2003 Timesaving Techniques for DummiesEUR 26,31Taschenbuch der Eisenbahn-GesetzeEUR 28,00The True Meaning of CleavageEUR 15,95Lizzy Fights onEUR 9,95Time Out London Short StoriesEUR 12,95FrenchEUR 7,95Unbroken Will: The Extraordinary Courage of an Ordinary ManEUR 21,95Your basket is empty.But this changes when an egg rolls off the conveyer belts at the Colossal Duck Factory. A duck hatches from that egg. Shortly, a worker alligator finds the duck, and, in the hopes of fattening the duck and eating it himself, the alligator takes the duck home. The poor duck doesn't understand the alligator's intent though. He naively thinks that he has found a friend. So every day, when the alligator returns home, the duck dances from happiness. This attitude turns out to be contagious, because soon the alligator decides that he isn't going to eat his little friend after all.(click to enlarge)Sitting Ducks TM2005 Calendar (12 x 12 ) 12.99

 

 

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