Hobnob with the Snobs

“Tonight we will enjoy only the finest of tastes and only the snootiest of laughter.”

— Preston Northwest, Gravity Falls

The California Limited
1904 magazine ad for the hoity-toity California Limited
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To Dream the Tangible Dream

It’s possible that dreams where you can taste, smell or feel things are quite common, but I don’t seem to remember many of them. Last night, however, I had two of the “tangible” type.

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Tone Lōc has “Funky Cold Medina.” I have…

Guaranteed to quench your vices.
A pile of ham and a dose of spices.
Served with salad, maybe rices.
It’s budget-minded, low on prices.
Blowin’ up on your devices.
Hoes love spunky shoulder slices.

Spunky Shoulder Slices

Covergirl

If you know me, you know I had no choice but to find and acquire this magazine. 

Eek
November 1908 Farm Life magazine — was in rough shape but Photoshop helped me de-age it some.
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Sage Advice

fwww

Don’t forget to add “F-inna-circle double-you double-you double-you dot space” before your website address so people know you’re on the computer.

Today’s Comic Book English Lesson: Owlhoot

Owlhoots!

Quite simply, in Old West times, an owlhoot was a bad guy.

Find out more about owlhoots from Word Histories and True West Magazine.

See? Comic books are good for you!

They’re boootanical.

ghost roses

Ghost Roses — Unfiltered color photograph. Seen at Roberts Floral in Bismarck, North Dakota.

The perfect word.

Behold, the out-of-print poster you never knew you wanted.

The perfect word.
Found in Rolling Stone Magazine, May 22, 1975.
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Management heard him say “Work is hell.” one too many times.

Dante

Just when you thought it was just a turkey in the straw…

One Girl

One girl possesses the mysterious power to control the wheat strawworm, just as the legends foretold.

But what if she doesn’t stop there?

Coming soon to a theater near you from the U.S. Department of Agriculture… Farmers’ Bulletin No. 1323 – The Wheat Strawworm and Its Control

Sometimes the stalks get stalked.

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