Sunday, August 22, 2010

where you are

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New Orleans - 1935
photo taken by: Walker Evans
for the Farm Security Administration


Your heart is my piñata.

Chuck Palahniuk
wiki link

12 comments:

Tom said...

so, is that French coffee that's dripped, or coffee made by French dips? Never understood...
love the 60's groove, a little before my time

maggie's garden said...

This was an awesome post...I had so much fun. I got to enjoy your artwork...while listening to the Zombies of course...loved that trip down memory lane. And your link for Chuck was so fun. I'd actually never heard of him until today. Love when people turn me on to new stuff.

thanks for the entertainment and much needed smiles today. Your the best!

Sam Juliano said...

I was a big Zombies fan many years ago, and was an impressionable youth when YOU SHOWED ME and TIME OF THE SEASON hit the charts. Of course I know Chucks work too, and appreciate the dazzling collage.

Hello, my friend.

Coffee Messiah said...

tom: French Drip coffee is made with a pot where the top part contains the coffee grounds. You then pour the hot water into it and let the water drip through the grounds. Add water until the desired amount of coffee is made. Similar to a French Press, but perhaps even better flavor in this way.
You're just a kid. '60s seem like yesterday, sort of.

mg: Thanks for that and checking out Chuck. There are a few YT videos and he's quite funny in his interviews also.

sam: Although steeped into the music of SF then, groups like the zombies still made their mark. Hello and Thanks for stopping by!

Who Is Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock? said...

Hi! C.M.,
Nice post!
Nice collage! (I like it!)
Nice sounds! (Even though I'am not familiar with the..."Zombies?!?" yet!)
Thanks, for sharing the link too!
DeeDee ;-D

Who Is Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock? said...

Fortunately,
I was able to post on your blog...
...Because my computer must be on the "brink"...because I'am unable to post on some Google blogs, Wordpress blogs, and some message boards.
Take care!
DeeDee ;-D

Harnett-Hargrove said...

Looks as though someone is about to be naughty. -J

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

[:-)

Coffee Messiah said...

dd: Thanks and hope to send something your way soon, unless you've moved.

j: Too bad it's not me ; (

nick: Hello and Thanks for stopping by. Hope you are doing well!

Megan said...

That mail cherub has a saucy look in his eye.

Just Another Film Buff said...

Nice post! My guess is that the Cocal Cola banner would have overridden the coffee shop's now!

1935? Wow.

layers said...

love black and white and Walker Evans is one of my favs