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It’s the decidedly minor but oddly useful Can of Cocktail Peanuts That Never Quite Runs Out. Seriously, this has been sitting on the corner of the washing machine for like two weeks with about three servings of yummy semi-stale peanuts … Continue reading
The Japanese scarf (more properly, the furoshiki) went to the Auto Show this year. It had numerous adventures you will see later, but the high point of its visit was being photographed elegantly posed with a 1951 Alfetta in the … Continue reading
It takes a moment to parse the pleasant red pattern on this shipping tape on this box– it’s the Greek letter sigma repeated over and over. Which might suggest the contents could include a new lens from … Sigma. (Well, … Continue reading
Yesterday’s post on the origins of the Japanese scarf project gathered this expert comment from Wolfie, who has lived in Japan on and off for years, speaks the language, and is married to an Actual Japanese Person. He’s our go … Continue reading