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As I was showing off my Studio to my six year old son Ricky, he said "I want to draw a picture for your show dad"
He sat down in front of the computer and diligently spent about an hour locked away creating. He came in the front room and said "I'm done, dad!"
I felt obliged to display it here but I was a
little reluctant because it's better than most of the pictures in
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