“Renfield, vut in the vurld is going on out there, blah?”
Ghost Roses — Unfiltered color photograph. Seen at Roberts Floral in Bismarck, North Dakota.
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.
“North, a constant hotbed of agrarian reform, is radical, progressive, upsetting in politics with a habit of electing opinionated men whom sober folk elsewhere often regard as sons of the wild jackass.”
— Jack Schaefer, describing North Dakota in the feature article for Holiday magazine, May 1955.
Behold, the Asshole Lane (AKA the Testy Twat Triangle). It is found at the intersection of Main Avenue and 26th Street in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Its origin was probably one of good intentions, or at least an attempt to correct a mistake, but all that has long been forgotten. Continue reading