Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc is the perfect choice for a swingin’ Saturday night.
Grab a glass, drop your pants, and undo ordinary.
It’s more properly called coprolite, but somebody at the antique store understands the target audience.
As I trudged through this rambling, convoluted bit of century-old writing, I started to hear it in the voice of Mojo Jojo (Roger L. Jackson) from The Powerpuff Girls and it suddenly became much, much better.
Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company ad found on the back cover of a 1917 Life magazine.
It still doesn’t explain the blacksmith though.
“Umm… Excuse me, but why am I even in this ad?”
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Fresh from an antique store in Bismarck, a 1952 book on how to make different typefaces by hand. Thank God for computers (on the 8th day).
Bodoni the old-old-old-school way. I bodon’t think so.
While at PetSmart, I tried to compare prices at Petco for Natural Balance Peas and Duck formula dry cat food. Thanks, Autocorrect.