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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
Hungarian Pepper (Hot Banana) They possess a medium heat level. (When the grocery store decides/that they need complete sentences/ and that the word “have”/ isn’t classy enough/poetry happens.)
Q: What flavor is this alien substance? A: Pistachio.
Seven degrees Fahrenheit, for those who live elsewhere, is -13 (more or less) in the Celsius of the rest of the world. It hasn’t been this cold here in a long time. Wouldn’t you rather be in the fantasy India … Continue reading
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
At least, I think he is a happy little spaceman. Maybe he is a happy little exterminator, or a happy little chemist testing a powerful new fertilizer. The grass on that hillside looks awfully green.
Maybe this is what my work has been missing all these years. I’ve been striving for small truths, for meaning, perhaps even for enlightenment … Maybe I should have taken that last thing a bit more literally.
(Blogging tonight from a car stuck in traffic via a phone plugged in to its cigarette lighter.) Saw a car up on a lift today, with this nameplate on its trunklid. There’s definitely a new character in a future story … Continue reading
Bored with your characters, or just want some fresh faces for a new adventure? Those amazing matchbox labels rush to the rescue with a new complete cast. That’s Motor Girl, almost certainly our heroine –she’s definitely protagonist material. The Maharajah. … Continue reading
By now, I think we’ve established that matchbox label designers are obsessed with the number three. Or are they? Oops.