Monday Zen and other Unsure Things
Al? Al Bundy?okay, I got nothing
hmm, last pic I took to be a person who made shoes....as usual Google had other thoughts....too many to list..
the Lincoln used to belong to the Zinke's guy, but he was old when *I* was going in with my grandparents.
Nice to have an audiovisual Zen Monday today. Be careful out there - when you see Hercule's car in your neighborhood, you know someone's been murdered, and it could be a serial killer.
Al Bundy works, BD.Fish. Shoe sales. Cobbler. What else can there be, KBF?That's a bit of history, Trish. Zinke's moved (and they took their sign), and there's an Urth coffee cafe there now.Bellis, he wasn't on our block so I'm hoping I'm safe.
Gumshoes old and new.
Excellent, brilliant, I love it.
And since this is an audio visual day:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5jiKCKAJjQ
There's more sky in photos of modern cars.
Nice link, Clifford, hadn't heard that one before. But perhaps we're looking at a single person wedded to their car?
I'm struck by how long it's been since I've seen a gravel driveway.
More road, too, Cliff.Bellis, I know some guys...K, think of the sound it makes. That's a memory.
I love your soundtrack.
I've been so into Waits for the last week or so, I can't stop listening.
@Petrea: http://www.sole.org/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sole_(fish)http://www.sole-jole.org/just to name a few... :-)
All good, KBF! I wonder if our guy is part of a labor organization.
Perhaps Hercule's got diamonds on the soles of his shoes....
man 0 man, what I wouldn't give to take that gas guzzling sole man on a road trip.
Where's the mystery to be solved?
If I had shoes like that, Ms. M, I don't think I'd use them for walking.PA, you and I could be Thelma and Louise on Route 66. Except not quite so reckless.No mystery, Bob. On Mondays we make up stories about the photo(s). Maybe we'll make up a mystery.
With all of Monsieur Poirot's powers of deduction he bought a Mitsubishi?
My thoughts, too, Dive. M. Poirot is so precise and particular and --- he bought a Mitsubishi. N-n-nah.And "Soleman" because he's the only man in that household. He thinks.
Definitely a big fan of Agatha Christie owns the car on top! However, it shoud be a car from the Art Deco period. :-)
I see we have problems with the car. Maybe that's a clue.
Sole Man killed Miss Scarlett in the dining room with the candlestick...Hercule told me...
Really. You can't trust Hercule to keep things to himself.
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