This blogger takes a closer look at the pictures from the We’re Not Sorry website (Hmm, werenotsorry.com seems to be down. I guess they got bored and went hunting.)
As an ex-Jeep owner I found this pretty amusing.
“I will let you use my tow strap, but you have to let me use my Jeep to pull you off of it.” At that point, the H2 owner, sighed and shook his head and agreed.
I couldn’t agree more with this blogger’s sentiments.
No, seriously. Remember Republicans? Sober men in suits, pipes, who’d nod thoughtfully over their latest tract on market-driven fiscal conservatism while grinding out the numbers on rocket science. Remember those serious-looking 1950’s-1960’s science guys in the movies — Republican to a one.
They were the grown-ups. They were the realists. Sure they were a bummer, maaaaan, but on the way to La Revolution you need somebody to remember where you parked the car. I was never one (nor a Democrat, really, more an agnostic libertarian big on the social contract, but we don’t have a party …), but I genuinely liked them……
George Pocock ran his own academy in the city and also went around as an itinerant evangelical preacher, barnstorming the local mining community from a tent mission he pitched in their midst and waging a private war with the official Methodist authorities.
He had a passion for building box-kites and kite-propelled carriages, a subject on which he wrote a book, The Aeropleustic Art, and raced them between Bristol and Marlborough at speeds of up to 20 mph, sometimes with his daughters aboard.
This is a funny and interesting idea for a blog. A list of quotes overheard in New York.
Old Friend #2: Me either. What do you do now?
Old Friend #1: Workin’ down at the docks.
Old Friend #2: You ever see old so-and-so?
Old Friend #1: Yeah, I used to see him all the time once in a while.