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March 27, 2018

GIVING NEW MEANING TO THE TERM

"Let's drop in on the neighbors."

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(Thanks to Al Barkafski)

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I remember folks being surprised in Oregon logging operations when updrafts came along with hills.

Another problem came from concentrated firepower from non-lumber growers in the area

I was gonna say, these people evidently live where the wind don't blow.

The future of mobile homes.

This is what happens when millennials obsessed with "Up" grew up and got jobs.

i WAS GONNA SING "GO FLY A KITE," BUT FLYING A HOUSE SOUNDS MUCH MORE CHALLENGING!

We all live in a yellow flying whale
yellow flying whale, yellow flying whale
we all live in a yellow flying whale
yellow flying whale, yellow flying whale

As we live a life of ease
everyone has all the pizza and beer they need
sky of blue and sea of green
in our yellow flying whale

I want to buy shares in that thing. And I want a free ride too!

The future of Amazon drone delivery.

I'm putting a hotel on Connecticut Avenue and Pacific Avenue.

As usual, nothing is new.

http://framework.latimes.com/2011/08/26/our-views-of-the-goodyear-blimp/

When pigs fly...they will.

Yeah that is one way to move a house. Cute. Funny. The days of dropping in on the neighbors is gone. People stay to themselves

This can't be a real picture, can it? It looks like a still from season 3 of "The Good Place".

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