Saturday, July 23, 2016

The Saturday Picture Show, July 23, 2016

It happens in Manhattan every July, when the setting sun lines up perfectly with the grid pattern of Gotham's mighty avenues.  It's like Stonehenge, except that we know where the buildings came from.
Sure, this LOOKS like a safe place to set up camp, but...
You make your stew and then you cook some rice and you make little stewmen by sticky-ing up the rice balls with wet corn starch. Food should be fun!
Speaking of which...behold the classic Baltimore Crab Fluff...a crabcake dipped in batter and deep fried in oil.  Don't even ask if it's any good.
Early morning cattin' around!
Chrysler says Lee Iacocca invented the minivan in the 1980s, but here is the 1955 GMC Universelle, a prototype smaller version of what they used to call a panel truck. It was only 30 years ahead of its time.
And of course, it's a panoramic view of the Milky Way from the skies over New Brunswick, Canada.
People often ask why I am reluctant to get aboard their boat, ship, skiff or kayak.  From here on out, I can just show them this picture.

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