Friday, June 12, 2009

Thank Goodness It's A Few More Good Borrowed Images

FROM If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger,There'd Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats by Tom Sutpen:
The Art of Pop #41
Sea of Dreams - Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra
(Capitol Records; 1958)



From Schlitz:




FROM hewhocannotbenamed:




FROM Doc 40 by Mick Farren:
Jesus H. Christ. When the image follows one across all cultural divides, and appears in the lid of a jar of Marmite -- the unique British salty yeast spread -- you know the guy has to have something going for him despite all the trouble he's caused. Of course, the Brits are not gathering in their hundreds to worship at the Jesus jar. Those raised in what Eddie Izzard calls "the Murdering Bastard Religion" -- only invented to let Henry VIII dump a couple of surplus wives -- can't raise those levels of emmotion. (The image came from the wonderful Valerie.)



FROM hewhocannotbenamed:




FROM If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger,There'd Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats by Tom Sutpen:
Africa Talks to You #3/The Golden Age of Publicity #24
Original caption: Kenya -- Actress Carroll Baker goes native and enjoys it as a Masai tribeswoman adds more water to her tin tub. The American actress used the facilities in a tent during the filming of 'Mister Moses', a United Artists release, on location in Kenya (1965)



FROM Karate Boogaloo@Stupefaction:
My new favorite bumper sticker



FROM If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger,There'd Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats by Tom Sutpen:
The Art of the French Postcard #14

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