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Start with an oooh, and stretch it way out: “Oooh … cool camera!”. It is, rather– the F3T is the titanium bodied version of the great Nikon F3 all manual pro camera of the early 1980s. It was super strong … Continue reading
All the diet soda in the world! Also sweatpant shorts, protein bars ($5 Target card if you buy 3), and one of those little RFID blocking things you put in your wallet to keep identity thieves from stealing your credit … Continue reading
In my phone’s picture roll today, a cat may not look at a king, but accidental positioning made it seem like a dog was looking at Budai, or Ho Tei, the folkloric figure people call the Laughing Buddha. (Kekionga fans … Continue reading
On the events of June 26th, 2015 This blog was designed from the beginning to be non political. Indeed, one of its primary goals was to be a safe haven from politics, a quotidian quiet spot to consider words and … Continue reading
The oddest things can be found in the “download” section of the old tablet- like these reference shots of my favorite pickup truck, the postwar (1946) Hudson Big Boy. It was love at first sight when I saw a battleship … Continue reading
Blogger’s note: News broadcasts and the serious and thinky parts of the internet are particularly grave today, concerned with tragic and confusing events. In the personal sphere, people in my life are facing losses of their own. I have strong … Continue reading
I just opened the front door to bring in the mail, and there was a giant, disgusting earwig in the mailbox. And that made me think of Troy McClure, and of how we may remember him from such other nature … Continue reading
It’s been a long, long weekend, so have a picture of Toshiro Mifune smoking a cigarette in 1948. A plain white Tshirt is a classic “always cool”.
Like everyone else in the world who loves genre movies, we were deeply saddened to wake up this morning to news of the death of that most elegant of British genre actors, Sir Christopher Lee. But he had a most … Continue reading