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(This blog post was developed by a National Worm Expert.) Oh, those worms, those magical, magical worms: eating their magic worm food then falling asleep in their magic worm bedding, safe down on the Magic Worm Farm. Keeps (magical) worms … Continue reading
A member of our household got some trustworthy advice this morning. (We know it was trustworthy advice because it says so right there.) Since the trustworthy advice pretty much confirmed his own suspicions, he followed it and now the grey … Continue reading
Who can resist a come-on like this? Not just any Buick, mind you– but a red Buick. But what possible product could be for sale behind this highly visible sticker? If you still aren’t sure what this is, it’s a … Continue reading
Stakes: bamboo Coffee can; could use brick. I found this poem in my pocket. At least it seems like a poem. The doodles could be illustrations, or maybe they aren’t. I used a brick.
Rain tomorrow; Hulk do laundry today. Find Hulk ku poem while wash towel. Hulk put all towel in wash same time. Bathroom now shiny, bright, noisy.
What a difference a week makes, especially in the Midwest in the early spring. Just last Friday, I was trying to photograph the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile. With a phone camera. From a moving car. In a blizzard. I will photograph … Continue reading
I’d rather photograph it than eat it. Not a fan of this particular vegetable, but I really like the graphics on the carton, and even the real thing in the package below is pretty photogenic. ( The Fuji X100T visits … Continue reading
The Standard Catalog of Official Chinese Buffet Sheet Cake Desserts offers this rather elegant bit of chocolate calligraphy to aid in identifying the carrot cake squares. I find it much more attractive than the usual triangular dollop of bright … Continue reading
Knocked over a big pile of “miscellaneous” in the corner of the studio today, and found this almost finished page of inked Sparky the Dog pencils. It’s a splash from a minicomic, but I honestly don’t remember the project, the … Continue reading