There was a significant "death" of sorts in Phoenix last week. One of the most iconic murals (Medina '02) in CenPho was painted over (in black, of course) by a new car dealership that has moved into the building at 20th St and Indian School Rd. It was originally painted in 2002 for Genesis Custom Cycles, in lieu of a sign which required a permit and $$.
Shame on them! May the bastards quickly go out of business!!!
In observance of International 'Blackadder' Status Day 2015! Sunday, March 15, 2015.
"Thanks, bridesmaid, like the beard. Gives me something to *grunt* hang onto! And Melchie! Still worshipping God? Last thing I heard he started worshipping me! A-HAHAHAHAHA! Nursie! I like it firm and fruity! Am I glad to see you or did I just put a canoe in my pocket?"
You’re good. No one can tell. You’re a social drinker. Sophisticated. Adult.
These hilarious photographs, dated between 1863 and 1868, are believed to be propaganda from a New South Wales temperance group. While some might argue they’re a bit sensational, I’d say that for a certain type of drunk, they’re deadly accurate (Have drunks changed much since the mid 19th century? No, they just have Twitter now). They coincide with the 1866 “Drunkard’s...