February 17, 2023
I just heard this tippity-tip-ticking going up the wooden staircase in my studio and came around the corner to see what was going on and spied this poser at the top of the stairs. Such a ham.
Here's another view.
As you can no doubt surmise, I am easily amused.
Speaking of Doggone Cute
The Happy Hoarder
I'm saving everything, so you don't have to bother. Yes, I save so many photographs it's not even funny. And, every single one has a story.
Our country worked in the 1950s because large groups of strangers could cooperate successfully by believing in common myths. Today, virtually all those common myths are contested—or denied—which has led to extreme polarization. Not pretty but, it's the truth.
Of course, the more things change, the more they remain the same.
Free for All
I don't know exactly why, but I keep coming back to that crazy captivo with the glowing eye.
Daily Reworked Whip Out:
"Mickey Free's Wild Serape"
Bass Reeves Blown Up
A good friend of the magazine, Art T. Burton, has requested a blow up of our February-March 2021 cover and thanks to Dan The Man, who sent me his high-res work-up file, and my new Canon printer, I was able to print out this A-1 poster for Art.
"Criminals drunk on impunity."
—A summation of our current malaise