The inevitable march of Open Source, low cost or free, books, especially e-books continues.
If it were up to me Sigur Rós would play the halftime show at the Super Bowl. I guess that shows why it isn’t up to me.
I have always tried to avoid using the generic “They” in my speech and writing. As in, “They say that mauve is the new black” or “They want us all to pay more taxes this year.”
What started out as a simple google image search resulted in this giant collection of Valentines from the past. Send them to your friends!
These are a hoot! Most of them are product-oriented, and I’m a bit too old for most of those. My memories of Valentines’ Day Cards are from the Mid-60’s, from Elementary School. Everybody would buy Valentines for everybody else in the class. You would stuff them in a big box and then they would get passed out. Everybody ended up with a big pile of cheap paper. This really confused me – if everybody gave and received them, what was the value?
I’m trying to remember what these looked like… I think it was something like this.
- Edelweiss German Restaurant
- Wingfield’s Breakfast & Burger
- Mai’s Vietnamese Restaurant
- El Ranchito Café