I can think of at least 4 friends who need this flask.
You can get one these stainless steel beauties at the Neatorama Shop for $19.95.
I’m teaching myself to pinstripe. A lot more practice is needed, but not to bad for a first shot at an improvised design. I made lots of mistakes; rushing a pull, adding to much reducer to my paint, not getting comfortable, and just generally being impatient.
Time to work on my zen and get back to the repetitive line practice.
The end of this video made the wife and I laugh out loud. It’s an excellent bit of comedic timing.
I had completely forgotten about this ad, but I remember being very fond of randomly asking my friends “Do you want to ride with Batman? Would that please you?”
In this letter Robert looked up some bible verses, notes the weather, and picks up a book. Continue reading "Dear Mother #12 – Feb 2, 1927"
This is a letter written by Robert’s older brother, Harry (born on Aug 7, 1913).
In this letter Harry writes about the ground hog, arithmetic, and high school fashion. Continue reading "Dear Mother #11 – Feb 2, 1927 – Harry"
While sorting through a lot of slides and film I bought a while ago, I see a familiar slump through my viewer. I can’t be positive about the ID, so I immediately slapped it on the scanner and blow it up. Sure enough, it’s James Coburn.
The date on the slide is “Aug 58″ so after checking his IMDB page, I’m guessing that this photo is from the set of “Ride Lonesome”. That would be his first feature film. It’s either that, or it’s from the 47th episode of “Wagon Train” titled “The Millie Davis Story”.