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This woman is my new internet idol. I really like her earrings and her hat. The bird is pretty cool as well. Seriously, wouldn’t it be awesome to befriend a giant eagle and have it like you enough to ride … Continue reading
Others dream of Porsches or Aston Martins, but I’ve always wanted an Italian car. (I know, hardly practical, but hey, dream.) Specifically, I always wanted an Alfa Romeo. Perhaps a Montreal? Or maybe I need something a bit more modest, like … Continue reading
Q: What flavor is this alien substance? A: Pistachio.
Another photograph from my holiday trip to Cleveland: this Metroparks refuse container is safe from one type of animal raider but not another. For what it’s worth, I think whoever picks the trash cans for the Metropark system is on … Continue reading
There is a giant salamander in China. It is 5 feet long, possibly 200 years old and is on the Internet. While I am glad to be able to see this marvelous beast, and that scientists have been able to … Continue reading
Corvette transporter: Cars shrouded in white vinyl Like ghosts of sports cars. (Actually written in the actual car. The third line took three tries.)
If monogram is the right word– all of the letters and numbers are contained in this symbol. (A quick search will find the image as an animated gif which will show you how to find the characters, if you want … Continue reading
Cool! a drawing of the day! Where did the weekly best of the drawing of the day feature go? Have I stopped working on my daily finished drawing project, the one that has gone on for, get this, almost seven … Continue reading
Why do I always seem to photograph neighborhood sunsets on Fridays? Regardless of scheduling, here is tonight’s, as seen by the Polaroid Cube toy camera. Two different crops from the same shot, one my usual square, the other in an … Continue reading