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Or is it? By the looks of this giant gingerbread man rampaging through a peaceful Alpine village, it’s more like Trouble In Christmasland!
Over the rivers and across the oceans, man sails the seven seas in a variety of water-farin’ vessels of all shapes and sizes!
This week, the letter U stands for Ultraman, seen here making a personal appearance in what appears to be the Ultraman store in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Hayata!
San Francisco is famous for its many architectural icons, and the Transamerica Pyramid is one of its most prominent. Standing like a sentinel since its completion in 1972, and sitting smack in the middle of the Financial District, the … Continue reading
… albeit the odd one Santa and Mrs. Claus rarely let out of the house, let only in a diner on Church Street in San Francisco.
… which is probably the sound this T-Rex made as it smashed its head through the roof of San Francisco’s Conservatory of Flowers. Oh, the humanity!!!
“Her Majesty’s a pretty nice girl, But she doesn’t have a lot to say. Her Majesty’s a pretty nice girl, But she changes from day to day. I want to tell her that I love her a lot, But I … Continue reading
I found this sculpture entitled “Puddle Jumpers” in a cool little green space directly underneath the Transamerica Pyramid in downtown San Francisco. To me it perfectly captures the joy and unbridled exuberance of childhood. They may be made of bronze, … Continue reading
The distinctive, colorful masks of Mexican Lucha Libre wrestlers can be used to protect the wrestler’s identity, and then worn later in the evening to a hip dinner party at George Clooney’s house.
This week, K is for Kenetics: “A body in motion tends to stay in motion unless acted on by an outside force.” Newton’s First Law of Motion