Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Would it be funnier if I waited until number 756?

This is blog post number 750!

We will be taking the rest of the week off for Thanksgiving!

Happy Fog Week!

As seen on "The Streets"

On my block, you might find an old vacuum cleaner

Or a fax machine

Down the street, you can get these, they would have been useful for my "Bionic Jesus" Halloween costume.

Farther down, someone threw out some used lemons.

Meanwhile, a strange item near Madison Avenue.

And finally, the DVD renting machine at the Stop-n-Shop in Framingham:

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Monday, November 19, 2007

Friday, November 16, 2007

Movie Break!

From "Caddyshack." If you somehow have managed not to see it.

Raccoon Week Ends Badly.



Thursday, November 15, 2007

Monday, November 12, 2007

Fred Broski: Painter

Longtime readers of this blog will note that we occasionally report on 70s-era Kansas City tv weatherman Fred Broski.

Here's the logo:

Apparently, since retiring from tv weather, Fred Broski has taken up painting. You can see his work here.

Friday, November 09, 2007

A link to another blog

Too bad This blog is not being updated anymore.

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Twin Sons of Different Mothers

The Country Music Awards and "The Star Trek" have the same logo:

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Memory of a Lost Art

A few days ago I was down to Cousin Steve's Super-Hero Comic Selling Place, and we were bemoaning the near absence of word balloons from the covers of modern comic books. So I've scanned a few recent issues and added my own.

Friday, November 02, 2007

Takin' it to the streets...

Park Slope is Halloweentown!

But sadly, someone had no use for the taco costume.

Earlier, in another part of the city, someone threw out the safe.

And the sign said you got to have a membership card to get inside...

Meanwhile, someone's got a new job.

On a fire alarm call box pole:

Waiting in line for Backstreet Boys tickets. Seriously.

Meanwhile, down the street, "The Police" pull up in a dozen identical red and white semis for a gig at Madison Square Garden.

And finally: