Yes, it’s true, I’ve been sorta “uncontrollably furious” of late, so let’s kick back with a few more pictures from this past week, shall we?
First off, I was waxing theoretical last month when they talked about New Orleans taking a direct hit from a Category 5 hurricane. 15-20 foot floods of petrol and fire ants could be expected, so when I was in the French Quarter last week, I went to the balcony of the hotel to see what that would mean.
Here is an incredibly third-rate Photoshop quickie that shows how high a 17-foot flood in New Orleans would get (click image for bigger, but it’s just as stupid-looking when larger):
At the Jasper Family Steakhouse in northern Georgia, Salem had recently unveiled a massive piece of folk art mural by local savant Billy Roper – love it or hate it (I think it’s awesome), Salem is dragging art to the Appalachian masses one patron at a time (click for bigger):
Apparently this guy really hearts coal, and really hearts Bush/Cheney as well. Rotten politics but beautiful scenery in West Virginia:
The day after I got back, Scotty, Sean and I quickly absconded to the Egremont Country Club golf course, where I proceeded to suck green donkey dicks. Rotten golf but beautiful scenery in Western Massachussets:
In 2002, my pumpkin patch gave us a ton of little pumpkins. Last year, the patch gave forth nothing. This year, there are only about ten, but they are AWESOME. I heart pumpkins, I really really do.