seeing red 79 12 Replies 3/16/23 The fortune you seek is in another cookie. (Fortune cookie wisdom, so it must be true.) Related
Very nice first photo, finally a fortune I can believe, and it’s dangerous snapping photos of Michael Meyers (from the movie Halloween, not the Canadian actor . . . although he might also be dangerous).
You can trust most Canadians. Trust me, I’ve been to Canada. many times. Never disappointed. Thanks, E.
Hmm . . . I’ve also been to Canada many times.
We used to live in the suburbs of Detroit, so a quick trip South got us into Canada.
As far as trusting them . . . I don’t know. Whenever I visited, they palmed off funny money. Still have some, I believe, and it ain’t worth spit here.
I thought their money was prettier than ours.
Yeah, but looks aren’t everything … or so I’ve been told.
What gets me most about the cool car photo is the red reflecting into those vent thingies. I also like the light-scattered selfie.
Thanks, Linda. I wish I had some control over the light on the car photos but the best I can do is just take advantage of the situation. Sometimes I get lucky.
The vent and hint of the stripe says Mustang to me. 1968 Cobra? Definitely red, no question!
Careful of those creepy shadows. Sometimes there’s a camera involved.
You may b right about the Mustang, Tom I had a ’65 convertible once. As far as the worst cars I’ve ever owned, it came in second. It was a manual top. I didn’t know it until I bought it that it takes 3 people to put the top up. It was a fun car when it was running, though.
Very snazzy car detail! And it’s nice to finally see the man behind the excellence. 🙂
Thanks, Lynn. The second photo was inspired by the Lyle Lovett song “Skinny Leggs” from a while back.
Nice! Why not?