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Is it a sunset, or is that building on fire? Some sort of gas leak?
I'm late to the other post about Monroe, but I was reminded of Brewster, Mass.http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Brewster_Old_Town_Hall.jpgThe deja-vu structure is the Old Town Hall. Shingled. Much more modest. But it was what I was reminded of.
I’m not sure if this theory has made it onto the internet yet, but it’s been floated at the office — that DSK ordered a hooker to come to his hotel room, came out of the bathroom naked, saw that a girl had arrived, and mistook her for the prostitute.The alleged victim is from Africa.. does that mean DSK is a racist?
I was thinking about filing an unfair competition lawsuit based on the idea that accepting an unconstitutional Obamacare waiver is an unfair practice . . .Good idea? Bad idea?
Looks a tad wintry, but that's a very picturesque old town. Glad you two can have some fun now that the blog is restored.Lem said...I’m not sure if this theory has made it onto the internet yet, but it’s been floated at the office — that DSK ordered a hooker to come to his hotel room, came out of the bathroom naked, saw that a girl had arrived, and mistook her for the prostitute.The alleged victim is from Africa.. does that mean DSK is a racist?Only if he votes Republican.
Very cool photos.I hate it when I see an interesting sunset, landscape, wildlife scene, whatever, and don't have a camera handy. You seem to never be in that position.My new mantra: "Remember To Put The Camera In The Car Before Leaving the House."
That looks like an ad for one of those "Day After " movies.
I'm late, too. And a bit off topic even in the other thread. Here's the the Jasper County Courthouse which I misremembered being in Monroe, Georgia. It's actually in not far away Monticello, Georgia. It's also the courthouse where they filmed the courtroom scenes in "My Cousin Vinny". And, I got sworn into the Bar there. I would love to try a case in that courtroom -- it's beautiful and has a very unusual jury layout, with two jury boxes on opposite sides of the Judge's podium in a large, high-ceiling room with balcony seating. Apparently back in the day of circuit-riding judges, when Court wasn't held often and you had to cover a lot of cases in a short period of time, the judge would preside over two trials at the same time, or some such.http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gajasper/courthouse2.jpgAnd here's a pic of the Walton County Courthouse in Monroe, Georgia, which looks a bit like a Victorian home:http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/courthouses/waltonCH2.htm
Did you have lunch at Baumgartner's Tavern? If you didn't, you missed some true Americana, and a good sandwich for less than $3.00.
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