All recovered from defaulted storage unit on U St., NW, in Washington, DC. I think Mrs. Fulcher's catsup recipe could be the one I've been looking for.
Monday, April 30, 2007
Thursday, April 26, 2007
According to this article, the beverage can pulltab was nearly completely replaced by the staytab by the early 1980s, yet I can't walk down the street without seeing one of these on the ground. The throw-away pull tab was invented in my hometown, Dayton, Ohio (known as the "Home of Invention"), in 1959 by Ermal Cleon Fraze, whose name simply dazzles.
Saturday, April 14, 2007
Two wisdom teeth recovered in Chevy Chase, MD. Gross and creepy to hold in hand. And look how long the roots are!
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Sunday, April 08, 2007
Well, for those of you not in DC and therefore nowhere near a Trashball machine, you can now get your very own Trashballs. Send $4.00 via paypal.com (click here) and I'll send you 5 randomly chosen Trashballs via 1st-class mail (that's the regular price of 25 cents each plus $2.75 postage/handling). This is for U.S. residents only. International coveters of Trashballs should email me first at chris [at] goodwinart [dot] com and we'll work something out.
Saturday, April 07, 2007
Man, when I was a kid, I used to LOVE it when the parents brought home a doggie bag from Old Hickory BBQ or the fancy King Cole restaurant in Dayton, Ohio. Why don't restaurants use these anymore? The styrene clamshell is BORING.
Recovered in Dayton.
Wednesday, April 04, 2007
Sunday, April 01, 2007
Bizzarely exposed snapshot marked August 1983 on back. Appears to be 2 cars and a bus on the left, and a red compact on the right, but they were clearly not in the same frame. Person in foreground is a ghostly apparition.
Recovered in Alexandria, VA.