Odds and ends.

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Mainers. We’re known for being down to earth no nonsense folk. Frugal? You betcha. So with gas prices on the rise? I wouldn’t be surprised to see more of this alternative form of transportation my friend photographed at the beach the other day.

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It may be slower, but it’s certainly green.

Now how fun is this? Real life Dr. Seuss furniture!

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There was big news in my town today.

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Moxie is back! Introduced in 1876 and still going strong, it’s an acquired taste you either love or hate. Think bitter herbal medicine meets Coca Cola. As the old saying goes, it will put hair on your chest.

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My mind is officially blown.

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22 thoughts on “Odds and ends.”

  1. As many times as I’ve seen that spaceship, I never knew it was a guitar. And having been born in the 70’s, I can’t attribute it to just being too stoned to notice…

    Are those 12 pack cans for $6.28!?!? Man, that stuff better be good for that price…

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      1. I don’t usually buy cans, but I think 24 packs are around $7-8, so 12 packs probably around $5. Heck, the vending machines at work still sell Pepsi for 50 cents a can… which would be cheaper than that case!

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  2. I saw a lot of the dogs pulling carts in Colorado. Some people were training for dog sled races in winter.
    That furniture would go the 2nd day in the house. It looks like an example of what I saw on an LSD trip I took back in the dark ages … it would trigger either flashbacks or an epileptic seizure …

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  3. All of these news bits are interesting, especially the Dr. Seuss Furniture! Moxie…it’s okay they have a Costco here that carries it once in a while. The medicine flavor over takes the cola of it, if I had to choose a southern cola it be Cheerwine. I never paid attention to the covers of the Boston albums, wow what a revelation there River! Now I’m going to pay more attention to all my old album covers.

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