Saturday, July 27, 2013

The Saturday Picture Show, July 27, 2013

 An anonymous person posted this picture and said "Tonight and every night," meaning that they got to sit and watch the sun set from this lovely waterside stand as often as they wish.  And because they showed it anonymously, the rest of us can't just show up and ask where's the clam dip and beer?
 Attention, WalMart employees.  It's one thing for the cobbler's children to be barefoot, but you ought to be able to find something to fix this sign...right in this aisle...
 Times Square, NYC, 1943.  There was a war on, gas rationing was in effect, and that cut way down on the aimless driving.  But you could take the subway down to the Globe Theater and see the screen debut of Brazilian parrot Jose Carioca in "Saludos, Amigos!" for maybe a quarter.
This was a Hell of a fire.

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