Mark Frauenfelder at 3:04 pm Fri, Apr 6, 2012
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Artist Randy Regier and Bill North took a road trip from Kansas to Oregon, snapping photos along the way. They have a good eye for funny things.
Are we there yet? One van, two friends, and the road.
2 for less than 1 cent! What a bargain.
I made a long drive yesterday to have Easter dinner with relatives and was glad I didn’t take my camera. I took the scenic route and if I’d had my camera I would never have gotten to my relatives’ house because every few minutes I’d see something I’d want to take a picture of.
That’s why I both envy artists like these guys and admire them. And I’m grateful to them for capturing even weirder things than I saw.
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Marilyn Terrell of National Geographic tells Boing Boing,
My pal Andrew Evans who blogs for National Geographic Traveler just happened to be in the capital of Malawi yesterday when the president was rushed to the hospital.
Mitch O'Connell digs into his old-timey ephemera cornucopia to assemble a gallery of women depicted as slabs of beef ready to be butchered.
In 1938 Detective Comics purchased the rights to Superman from his creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster for $130. (See large check image).
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