Taken with expired (Nov 14) Impossible Project B & W. Used a Polaroid 680 SE.
the beard goes away. Then it comes back.
I really don’t like posting pictures of myself, and I fucking hate selfies, but, well, shaving.
The Shipping News, by E. Annie Proulx, 1993
Best novel I ever read that takes place in Newfoundland. Not a bad read.
Quote: “And it may be that love sometimes occurs without pain or misery.”
I’m still waiting to get back to the author on that one. She lives in the neighboring state, so I suppose I could stop by for tea sometime.
Send me your address, and I’ll send you the book. I’ll trust you to pay me back for the postage. Or you can donate to PAZ.
Did they really ever go away?
Great. Another $54 billion for the military-industrial complex. Not so strangely, no discussion of a draft. I’m sick of hearing how everyone loves the military, yet it seems no one has a problem using them like insensate tools. Until everyone has skin in the game, please shut the fuck up with your saber rattling.
You don’t call, you don’t write….
C’mon. We want to hear from you.
Like most of us, I’ve bought a fair amount of stuff from them. It’s convenient, right? Should I give up the convenience because Amazon is still advertising on a site that has essentially become an online gathering place for a very nasty and hate-filled mob?
A perusal of Breitbart.com shows that the boycott, whether it’s working or not, has certainly affected the look of the site. The only ads I saw were of the “Try This One Weird Trick to Restore Your Eyesight!” or “She Didn’t Realize That the Camera Was Watching!” type. Useless clickbait. No cars, no washing machines, no guitars, no floor cleaner, toilet paper, airlines, house paint, tires, etc. In short, nothing that I actually use.
This article from the Washington Post provides some flimsy verification that Breitbart is starting to hurt. If employees get laid off, whether because of a lack of revenue or they’ve been discovered endorsing pedophilia, morale is going to drop.
Catching up from the weekend.
This was made using Impossible Project film for 600 series cameras, but put into a pinhole camera and exposed indoors under natural lighting for 10 seconds. The film is expired.
Those are steel drums on the right.