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Just me

That's a lot more complex and accurate of a rendering than I could have ever done, let alone contemplated. But let's just say that hypothetically I did have a Carl-O-Lantern. I'm not sure I would have gone public with it because one can't be sure how Ann would react to it. I'm sure she would be gracious, but wonder about how she would really feel inside. Needless to say some of my efforts may remain in an undisclosed location until you can let us know she really likes these things.

Just me

That's a lot more complex and accurate of a rendering than I could have ever done, let alone contemplated. But let's just say that hypothetically I did have a Carl-O-Lantern. I'm not sure I would have gone public with it because one can't be sure how Ann would react to it. I'm sure she would be gracious, but wonder about how she would really feel inside. Needless to say some of my efforts may remain in an undisclosed location until you can let us know she really likes these things.

Joel Schlosberg

Neat! Of course, it also reminds me of my own Méliès pumpkin:
http://nicksagan.blogs.com/nick_sagan_online/2005/11/welcome_to_the_.html

May I post this to Celebrating Sagan?

Nick Sagan

Just me: I appreciate your concern. I spoke with Ann and she says, "There is no question that this was done beautifully with good intentions. Any admiring remembrance of Carl is okay by me."

Joel: You know how I love the Méliès pumpkin. And I'm cool with you posting this one to Celebrating Sagan, but you should double check with Caleb first.

Just Me

Thanks Nick. How do you you and Ann feel about people dressing as Carl for costume parties? As you probably would guess, it would be in the Cosmos-era attire per Johnny Carson. Although i think most people do a better job with the attire than the NBC wardrobe department did.

I saw a photo of people at a Halloween party, where Jesus Christ, Carl Sagan, Julius Caesar and Yoeman Janice Rand were all standing together having a chat. For what it's worth I thought it quite charming.

Gail

Oh, wow, that is really great! Now that's one I would've liked featured on my porch on Halloween. :)

elena

It's a very nice pumpkin :-)

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