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I happened to be riding in the car with a friend of mine today, and he told his fellow passengers that at school this week their class had made a list of a hundred words that began with the letter … Continue reading
As our British friends say this is “exactly what it it says on the tin”: a drawing of a shark in a swimsuit. A Certain Person says it does not look very much like a shark, but more like a … Continue reading
Here in the file of Things I’m Saving Because There Might Be A Blog Post In Them is the tag off a “TEKLA” dish towel from Ikea. That’s the thin white one with the red stripe, the one that’s so … Continue reading
Laid up today with a nasty later summer cold, and Photokina opens tomorrow in Cologne, Germany. So I was able to while away my congested and headachy morning reading all the new camera announcements on the Internet. I saved thousands … Continue reading
When I returned to more or less serious (kinda sorta) photography last year after a six year hiatus, I expected that I would find that things had changed. Up until I gave up taking pictures– temporarily, it turned out– I … Continue reading
I’ve decided I’m finally going to make a computer font out of my hand lettering. Several fonts, actually, I hope: one of all caps, one of bolded all caps, and one of my upper and lower case printing, all of … Continue reading
“Closed”. That’s one word for it. We would also accept “non existent”. “Not there” works too. (Bloggers are among the few who will miss the Great Neighborhood Storm Sewer Diggings of 2014. Even the very last stages are full of … Continue reading
The semifinals in this World Cup pretty much reflected what most American sports fans know and think about the Beautiful Game. They know it is gritty yet slow paced, with a lot of action and not a lot of scoring, … Continue reading
If you sometimes get a craving for big, sticky, yeasty cinnamon rolls, the kind with the white vanilla frosting all over them, and you also happen to have someone in your household who likes that dreadful King’s Hawaiian Bread, there … Continue reading
An aging punk character is floating around the edges of a prose story I am writing, and while the Mohawk and at least some of the piercings have been left in his past, the tattoos remain. To me the tattoo-iest … Continue reading