think 3 (#71)


12 Responses to “think 3 (#71)”

  1. corndoggie Says:

    Purty colors.

  2. jude3obscured Says:

    I really like the Exit sign at the bottom of the pic — nice touch.

    Also, weird kismet — I was just thinking about ol’ Astor and wondering if I could ever find the cassette of his music I have somewhere around the house.

  3. corndoggie Says:

    Hey, “Nonsense” no longer has a “nonsencical” spelling in our motto. You rock, Admin.

  4. In that case :

  5. jude3obscured Says:

    thanks for posting the dust storm video. I tried to, but technical difficulties stopped me. I emailed some people I know there. I guess it’s a good time to own a car-wash in Phoenix.

  6. corndoggie Says:

    CBS’s TV images of Boston fireworks physically impossible:

  7. Your link didn’t work so :

    BC-US-ODD–Unreal Fireworks Show,130
    July 08, 2011 11:34 EDT

    Doctored TV images of Boston fireworks draw flak
    BOSTON (AP) —

    TV footage of Boston’s July Fourth fireworks show
    was spectacular. Some of the shots also were physically impossible.
    The CBS national broadcast Monday included shots of colorful
    explosions over the city landmarks including Fenway Park, the
    Statehouse and Quincy Market.
    Organizers of the show acknowledged to The Boston Globe for a
    story Friday that some scenes had been altered: Images of fireworks
    going off over the Charles River were superimposed over pre-filmed
    landmarks in other parts of the city.
    David Mugar, the Boston-area businessman and philanthropist who
    is the show’s executive producer, defends the practice. He says the
    broadcast was entertainment and not news.
    David Perry, a Massachusetts native who lives in Ohio, told the
    Globe he was disappointed because the fireworks are good enough
    already and don’t need enhancement.
    Information from:

    The Boston Globe,

    Bet you saw some good ones when you could see Fenway out your backdoor?

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