The Steamboat, "Chaperon"
going up the Mississippi River
Oil 36x24 inches
Selling Price $2425.00
Are You Kidding Me!
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- Backyard Artillery
When I was young, growing up in Memphis, Tennessee, I made rubber band guns with which I did battle with other neighborhood kids. I even created a double-barreled rubber band gun that was the envy of all of the neighborhood kids. But I never in my wildest imagination envisioned a rubber band machine gun. You have got to see this! And at the price they are asking, you have got to be a serious rubber band gun connoisseur, to be sure.
- Redneck Compilation
This one has been transported to my site. If you ever wanted to know what it takes to be a redneck, check this out.
Roger Rick and Marilyn - Morning Show Bits
"A guy witnesses an accident while on his cell phone." Too bad he didn't have a camera rolling, this would have been hilarious.
- How Google Earth Works
This is a neat site. If you ever wanted to know how things work, then this may be the site you want to explore. How do digital cameras work? Ever wonder how twins come to be? Well you just might find the answer here. The link takes you to the page that explains how "Google Earth" Works but you can go to the home page and explore from there. The link for "Goggle Earth" is shown below.
- Google Earth
This is 'WAY COOL'! I have always loved maps and this is the mother of all maps. Well, not exactly a map; it is all done with satellite imagery. Ever want to view the Japanese Imperial Palace from above? Well, neither did I, but you can! You could spend hours exploring the capabilities of this site. You can add terrain, have it show locations of gas stations, include highway designations, or not. You can travel anywhere in the world and look down on the location of your choice. You can even tilt or rotate the image. You name it, you can do it. Oh! by the way, you need to set your computer to a 1024 X 768 resolution to use this site. Don't know how to change your resolution? Click here for instructions.
- Associated Daughters of Early American Witches
The PURPOSE of this Society shall be:
1. To search for and preserve the names of those accused of witchery in that portion of Colonial America now the United States of America.
2. To locate the living female descendants of all witches who were accused in the American colonies prior to published records of same.
- Just a visit to the fair...
This is from the web site of a Brasilian photographer, Jorge Viamara. It is titled: Just a visit to the fair...(the tattoo fair...)