An unused illustration by Bob S. from my earlier days of North Dakota advertising.
Framed and hanging on my wall.
“This ape is great!”
What a fine collection of weighty tomes from the Barnes & Noble bargain section…
…Dammit, Barnes & Noble!
One of the more unfortunate examples of North Dakota statuary.
Location: Bismarck’s Paradiso.
It was interesting reading about Okinawa’s “EXTENSIVE MICE EXPERIENCE”, “COMPREHENSIVE MICE FACILITIES”, “TOURISM AND MICE OPTIONS” and “POST-MICE EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES” before knowing that MICE was a business acronym.
The holy grail of fictitious Hollywood food products is now in my possession.
Life is good. And rather high in sodium.
SMEAT still needs a good tagline, though. One that can crush “Break The Monotony” for Hormel’s SPAM.
Have a SMEAT.
Tastes like feet. SMEAT.
You can’t beat the SMEAT!
It’s so SMEATy!
Just SMEAT it.
SMEAT yourself right.
It’s not meat; it’s SMEAT!
Enjoy the SMEAT life.
Heat. Eat. SMEAT.
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Inside the Sweetheart/Hostess Bakery thrift store in Bismarck, North Dakota on Friday, November 16, 2012. Normally, this aisle would be piled high with boxes of Hostess Twinkies, Zingers, Cupakes, Ho Hos and Ding Dongs.