I saw this picture on Facebook and find it both amusing and fascinating. . . .
Well that spooked me as she looks just like my oldest daughter just before she had her hair trimmed short.
I saw this pic on Facebook and thought “Wow, a cool new electronic wind instrument!”
Turns out it’s a VERY expensive hair drier. . . .
My wife actually has one of those Dyson hair dryers (in a different color). I’ve never used but I’m still in love with it because it’s so quiet.
Your image, a great one by the way, conjured up a recent memory wit a local fellow who reconditions mid-century audio cabinets. Think Grundig from 1957.
I’d hate to have to park those - especially the silver one - anywhere in Champaign, IL (parking spaces are allowed to be 8’-6" wide).
I’d love to have one to try!
woah!! Tim has gone for a new look!
He’s a Badass Archtop Boss.
I’m not crazy about his archtop ideas/skills. But his Travis-picking on his Teles–well that’s a story that’s hard to beat.
And. . . I’m the opposite.
Just for grins my Dad with the Lincoln party hat and beard that I got him for his 90th birthday celebration, reciting the Gettysburg Address. Dad has been fascinated with Lincoln since his teenage years, and wrote five biographical books about Civil War figures, never tackling Lincoln himself though he well could have. It was a real hoot, only topped for me by a poem my wife wrote about him that was heart-felt and funny. (My wife’s father left his wife and ten children in '67 with little explanation and has never been seen or heard from since! So Lucy has had no real father or father figure since she was 9 until we got together 8 years ago and she and Dad have become really really close, a fantastic thing.)
There may not be another one, but his 90th birthday was a lot of fun for my three siblings and their families and me.