November 26, 2009

Fashion.

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No one seemed to notice where we were in the photo in the previous post. It's actually easy to see if you look at all closely. Today, we're somewhere else. Here's a favorite picture from today. It doesn't much reveal where we are, but there are pictures to come that will make it crushingly obvious.

22 comments:

Cris said...

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland? Under the Bruce Springsteen banner?

BJM said...

Hmmm...

Seems I've seen that sign/storefront before...Minneapolis/Lileks?

Michael S said...

So you were in Cleveland.

peter hoh said...

Missouri?

Triangle Man said...

Albany.

Ann Althouse said...

Cris: Yes.

Michael S.: Yes.

Triangle Man: Wow!

jaltcoh said...

Triangle Man: Wow!

Irene said...

Aw shucks. I guess the "everlasting kiss" reference in the last post was too obtuse.

Ann Althouse said...

Irene: Ah!

Irene said...

I'm rarely subtle, so this is a compliment.

wv: muffie. A bad name for a poodle. Woof!

peter hoh said...

There was a clue to your location in the previous photo?

Triangle Man said...

I must admit that although I have been to Albany, this was a demonstration of Google-Fu and not personal knowledge of Central Square.

peter hoh said...

My trip to Albany was long ago. It involved a little hitchhiking, and a walk through a neighborhood of questionable safety.

I was really impressed by the statist architecture of the state office buildings. And by impressed, I don't mean that I liked them.

The city hall is pretty much the antithesis of the state office buildings.

BRACELET said...

good place I have gone

Bissage said...

Triangle Man’s Google-Fu is strong.

Fortunately, he uses it only for good, never for evil.

Florida said...

Times Square? Right outside of ABC.

section9 said...

Of course, being downtown Cleveland, you had to show a shut-down storefront.

Where's the picture of Drunk Department Store Santa in an alley nursing a bottle of package liquor?

Oh, wait, all the Department Stores have closed...I forgot, it's Cleveland. Send us a picture of Lake Erie in flames, okay?

rhhardin said...

I remember Nipper's Lounge in Albany, in the late 70s; it had an RCA dog on display, probably in violation of trademark but nobody would care.

I drove past on the way to some important telephone company business.

Even longer ago we picked up my father on the train there from NYC, in a scheme to get to the Adirondacks from NJ after work more quickly. I didn't mind because I liked trains. I spent some time inside a diesel switch engine while they idled waiting for who knows what.

Much later I flew over Albany on occasional trips from E Hanover NJ to Marcy Field in Keene Valley NY in the Adirondacks, without noticing Albany much except as a landmark. I stopped for gas in Glens Falls each way.

No gas, no nothing at March Field.

JD said...

This looks an awfully lot like the Staten Island Ferry Terminal near Battery Park in lower Manhattan. My guess: you're in NYC.

wv: comemo -- that's what she said.

rhhardin said...

Guess where I am.

peter hoh said...

rh: Real America.

Ann Althouse said...

@rhhardin You're at home, with us, where you belong.