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Cowboys Wear Blue at Home

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Some Thoughts About Giving Thanks

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Last Saturday the Tugboat Captain and I took what will probably be our final walk in the surf for 2016. The water, which has been getting colder by the week, was barely bearable. It’s possible that we’ll go to the beach again at some point this . . . → Read More: Some Thoughts About Giving Thanks

Uni Watch Show & Tell: A 1968 Advertising Catalog

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Back in April I wrote about a 1958 aluminum siding catalog I’d scored on eBay. Today we’re going to look at another catalog I recently acquired, this time a 1968 catalog from Gill-line, “Designers and Manufacturers of Quality Screen Printed Advertising Specialties.” It’s full of spectacular graphics and eye-popping colors.

The most impressive page from the catalog is probably the one shown above, with a pair of real bumper sticker samples glued into place. They have real zip strips and adhesive on the back, too. And man, look at all those fluorescent color options at the bottom!

Here’s another pair of bumper sticker samples: (Continue reading)

Great Meowments in Sports History

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You all know the photo shown above — it’s “The Catch.” Except, as you can see, it’s actually “The Cat-ch.” The ball has been replaced with a kitty.

That absurdist yet endearing bit of Photoshoppery is the work of a . . . → Read More: Great Meowments in Sports History