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You saw its formal portrait yesterday, that silver Tatra 600 Tatraplan of 1950. Here are a few snapshots of the same beautiful model. Yes, it sports a bumper sticker, but don’t worry: “Jak se màš?” translates from the Czech* as … 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
I wish I’d written the title of this post, but I didn’t. It’s actually the title of today’s post on one of my favorite blogs, Twilight Beasts. This blog is dedicated to the wonderful animals of the Pleistocene, and … Continue reading
Posting early for you car lovers out there who may want to waste some time today looking at some pretty good snapshots of a whole lot of beautiful and unusual automobiles. (Just a sample. Love those old Toyota Crowns.) … Continue reading
Testing the new WordPress app update, running on a Nexus 5 under Android Marshmallow, by presenting you with a random photograph from that phone’s camera. (It turned out to be a photograph of a Presidential glass limousine painted an interesting … Continue reading
It’s Labor Day in the US– which means it’s a bank holiday and most of us are kicking back. But even if you’re not, wherever you are, take some time to relax with a most addictive collection of beautiful, semi … Continue reading
Continuing our weekly exploration of the historical obsession of the world’s matchbox label design industry with the number three. This week: “The Three Something”.
Regular readers know that I like minimalist poetry and have been known to dabble in writing it, but that I also feel that the strict haiku form, designed for the syllable patterns of Japanese, doesn’t work that well in English. … Continue reading
For reasons that will become clear eventually, I have been collecting genuine fortune cookie fortunes from off the internet. Here are a few good ones that I won’t be using in my new story. “Your shoes will make you happy … Continue reading