Saturday, August 23, 2014

The Saturday Picture Show, August 23, 2014

Let's start for today by thinking about the wisdom of purchasing false teeth from a DDS in Chicago who hasn't seen the interior of your mouth any more than he's seen mine...and that was never. He said he would send you impression plates for you to chomp down on and then you could hang around the mailbox for a month or so, waiting for those chompers to come by mail.  I wonder how people could bite on a deal like that.
Someplace on this earth is an airport that shares its runway with a highway, to which I say, "No way."
Well, here's a great idea that's only halfway finished.  Sure, take an old railway car and turn it into an instant bridge.  But why not go all the way and turn it into a diner?
The amazing beauty of nature, its colors and infinite geometry, as demonstrated by half a head of purple cabbage.
Before glue sticks, Elmer's Glue and sticky notes, there were sticky pants, the results of office pranks played with Stick-Phast glue.
"I love you and your nutty heart!"
Cool old things stay cool even when they're not functional anymore.  Take this rusty old kerosene lamp.  Why, you could run a wire and a lightbulb socket in there and hang it up on the porch as a lamp!
We leave you today with the hopes that you will take the advice of this otter cub and take a nice nap when you get the chance.

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