Monthly Archives: June 2014

Okay, this is weird…

I was going through all of your fabulous posts and went to move to the next one but I couldn’t move down.  The words across the bottom read:  “There are no more posts for you to look at.”  How is … Continue reading

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Have a wonderful day…

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Ceiling at Chicago station

I like that you can see the building next-door through the glass.  I think it’s interesting.

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A rare sight

There are no people on this bit of sidewalk.  I couldn’t believe it.

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Under the train

I just love all the heavy metal bits of the train.  Strength, weight, silver.  So cool.  I would like to polish it all up so that it glistened in the sunlight.  Chrome it a bit, like dual exhaust pipes…shiny like … Continue reading

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Chicago

I’m not sure what this is but it’s in Chicago (NOT downtown).  Looks interesting…like a grain silo or something for cement.  I have no idea. Thanks to Melanie we know it’s a grain elevator.  She found this cool link all … Continue reading

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Newspapers

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El train

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An incident at The Coop

Here’s the story.  For the last few days, the chicklets have been giving Mimmi wedding gifts.  So far she has received portraits, drawn with crayons, flowers, wing-made potholders a vase made from clay and hardened by the sun, two blue … Continue reading

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Defense Department Admits to Human Population Control

Originally posted on PATRIOTS AND PAULIES (Politics & News):
“A very dark philosophy is spreading like wildfire among the global elite…an obsessive belief that humanity has become a cancer that is destroying the earth.” It would be very difficult to…

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