Monday, July 21, 2014
fumanchumoriartyanddracula:

#CatBag #BagAppropriation #ThisCat

my cat, everyone

fumanchumoriartyanddracula:

#CatBag #BagAppropriation #ThisCat

my cat, everyone

Thursday, July 17, 2014
when we were ready to leave wyoming this morning and were checking out of our hotel, another guest told us that I-80 westbound was shut down due to a vehicle fire. we were headed to oregon that way, so that was some shit news. a nice guest at the hotel printed off a detour and since we couldn’t afford to lose a bunch of time, we drove a long way on a dirt road to get back on the interstate. this is a picture of the road we had to take.

when we were ready to leave wyoming this morning and were checking out of our hotel, another guest told us that I-80 westbound was shut down due to a vehicle fire. we were headed to oregon that way, so that was some shit news. a nice guest at the hotel printed off a detour and since we couldn’t afford to lose a bunch of time, we drove a long way on a dirt road to get back on the interstate. this is a picture of the road we had to take.

Monday, July 14, 2014

netscapenavigators:

midi monday on wednesday: gin blossoms - hey jealousy

my apologies for this midi being late. speaking of being late i didn’t know the gin blossoms existed until like four years ago. i honestly thought sister hazel, del amitri, hootie and the blowfish, counting crows, and gin blossoms were all the same band.

for fumanchumoriartyanddracula.
Thursday, July 10, 2014 Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Now-and-then pictures: Chesapeake Bay Bridge

retrobaltimore:

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THEN: In August 1951, construction takes place on the first span of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. The original span opened in 1952. When it opened, it was the longest continuous over-water steel structure. A second adjacent span was added in 1973. (Robert Kniesche, Baltimore Sun photo, 1951)

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NOW: The Chesapeake Bay Bridge, with both eastbound and westbound spans open, is contrasted against early morning light reflecting on the bay in February 2012. (Kim Hairston, Baltimore Sun photo, 2012)

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Monday, July 7, 2014
nprfreshair:

The actor Meshach Taylor died June 28, at the age of 67.  Taylor was best known for his role on the TV sitcom Designing Women, playing Anthony Bouvier, an ex-convict who becomes a delivery man, and eventually the partner of the women who run an interior design company in Atlanta. He was on the show from 1986-93. As his New York Times obit described, “Taylor, the only main cast member who was African American (and male) often addressed the issue of race in the modern south.”  Taylor’s other TV series included Buffalo Bill and Dave’s World. He started out in theater.  In Chicago he performed with the Goodman Theater and the Organic Theater Company and he was in a national touring production of Hair.  
Terry spoke to Taylor in 1990. You can hear the interview here. 

:-(

nprfreshair:

The actor Meshach Taylor died June 28, at the age of 67.  Taylor was best known for his role on the TV sitcom Designing Women, playing Anthony Bouvier, an ex-convict who becomes a delivery man, and eventually the partner of the women who run an interior design company in Atlanta. He was on the show from 1986-93. As his New York Times obit described, “Taylor, the only main cast member who was African American (and male) often addressed the issue of race in the modern south.”  Taylor’s other TV series included Buffalo Bill and Dave’s World. He started out in theater.  In Chicago he performed with the Goodman Theater and the Organic Theater Company and he was in a national touring production of Hair.  

Terry spoke to Taylor in 1990. You can hear the interview here

:-(

Sunday, July 6, 2014
i wasn’t thrilled about putting kansas tags on my car, so i compromised with my virginia bumper sticker.

i wasn’t thrilled about putting kansas tags on my car, so i compromised with my virginia bumper sticker.

Saturday, July 5, 2014
mesmomeugenero:

Volvo 245

mesmomeugenero:

Volvo 245

thatyellowvolvoguy:

swweeeeeeeeeeeeett (source)

thatyellowvolvoguy:

swweeeeeeeeeeeeett (source)