here's a contribution from TFAAF reader murphdawg20, who recently hit the work vending machine for some advil to cure a headache. tucked inside, claimed the corner of the package, a drinking cup included:
which, as you can see, turned out to be a envelope that may or may not be capable of holding liquids. convenient, but likely disastrous. net, admirable but coco loco:
obviously, a lot of country music stations in nashville. the best song, by far, that i came across was called "cheater, cheater" by joey+rory.
the title gives away the topic. but the lyrics are the kicker. here's a sampling:
Now I'm not one to judge someone that I ain't never met But to lay your hands on a married man is bout as low as a gal can get Hey I wish her well as she rots in hell and you can tell her I said so Cheater, cheater where'd you meet that no good, white trash ho?
this was outside the country music hall of fame, which was pretty interesting. it's similar to the rock & roll hall of fame exhibit-wise. i just wish i was more into country music to appreciate it a bit more.
came across another "become your dream" tonight. later occurred to me that it was from new york street artist and "sidewalk philosopher," de la vega. used to see his stuff on my way to the subway all the time. not quite a banksy, but i like it nonetheless.
one thing i like about new york city is that it changes constantly. things that have been there for years are suddenly gone. and new things reappear constantly. that said, i think duane reade is the exception to enjoying the change. another one coming soon in my 'hood - and as you can see from the reflection, it's across the street from another duane reade. just as bad as starbucks...