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1. Love kite picture! Must get kite. Will do no good. Too much snow. Hate kite picture!2. However, LOVE "Twenty-four hours of Plastic Pumpkins." No idea where to begin commenting. Will merely offer a lame: "Cool."3. Did you get a tattoo? Those were some nifty photos of the tattoo parlor...
Is that little clock directly below a thrift find? It's wonderful.
1. Love the kite picture, hate the snow. I am big into snow-hating right now as I thought we had made it through the winter without any... fool that I am!2. "Cool" is cool.3. I've got a couple. Mostly I just get them as an excuse to go take pictures of that shop. It's amazing!And below this post is my Doomsday Clock, rescued from a flea market parking lot close to two decades ago. I saw it from afar and trampled many, many innocent civilians on my way towards making it mine. It's hands are permantly stopped at a couple minutes to midnight (or noon)... it's very 'now,' Very "Watchmen."
1. Snow makes fools of us all, chum. Patsies. Fools. Stooges. Wait. I think I'm being taken over by the spirit of Jimmy Cagney. Again?2. I'm gonna steal one of your pictures temporarily and put it on my blog--actually, maybe two. I'll only borrow 'em for a short time. I like the colors!3. If I'd seen the Doomsday Clock first, there woulda been fisticuffs. Go ahead: Make me cry. How much did you pay. Was it $3.75 or $.50?
WAIT! You RESCUED it? IT WAS FREE? Wait. Now I must overcome my natural jealousy and feel good for you. Yes. I am glad the clock that was clearly meant to be mine found a good home. That's better. :-)
Steal whatever you wish for however long you wish it... for. Grammer?And it was free if you don't count the looks of ridicule I endured as carried it to my car, held high above my head to prevent the riff-raff from brushing up against it.
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