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Humorous social commentary? Minor but effective rebellion against the Man? Someone a little bored chopping wood and carrying water at the big chain drugstore? Regardless, since everything’s the same price, there’s no harm done. And it’s so great to see. … Continue reading
Q) How can you tell when a sasquatch has been driving your car? A) The seat is pushed all the way back and the rear view mirrors are pointed more or less straight up. Q) How do you know it … Continue reading
Get a flat belly by New Year’s Eve? Then maybe you shouldn’t eat six different kinds of beef jerky. The Cheetos, Ruffles and Lay’s probably won’t help either, or the several feet of candy and gum that complete this wide … Continue reading
What is this “dog” you speak of? I’m an otter! Aren’t I? (Totally amazing image via tumblr. Photoshopped? Probably. But who cares?)
Eagle eyed reader Meg sends this photograph of a classic toy for sale at a local emporium. Funny, but I always thought the name of the thing was enough of a hint …New vehicle prices have sure gone up, but … Continue reading
Bonjour, Canada!/ Hi, Canada! It would take a stronger blogger than I am to resist this oddly wonderful combination map and word search puzzle from Marvel Fun and Games #12 (1980). Good luck to those who want to print … Continue reading
We seem to be on a fine art kick here on the old blog recently, and I say if we can catch a trend we should saddle it up and ride it off into the sunset. So when I was … Continue reading
Taking one last tour through the eleven (!) pages of letter sized legal pad (not a real notebook, sorry) I filled up while watching this summer’s World Cup games. As always, it’s not about sports at all– it’s about looking … Continue reading
Generally speaking, I tend to forget about the World Cup pretty much immediately once it’s over. Then it comes as a big surprise to me four years later when the compelling narrative of this classic tournament seems to start up … Continue reading