I guess I should've put the picture caption in quotes. I didn't really feel that way, but I thought the character in the clothing apparatus was saying it.
I mean let's be fair, it's not every day you see an orange Darth Vader wearing a shawl.
It's a 1960 El Dorado Biarritz in Siena Rose.
The front license plate simply said "ELVIS."
Seems like it would be much more practical if it were a convertible.
Sadly, his neck skin was put on backwards. I've seen others with the same affliction.
The shirt, well, I don't know. Why? I'd rather see cars. Haha!
It's a Cadillac, I'd say a '73 sedan deVille.
It is a picture a friend sent me from the internet, all he knew was that it was in a beach city in Virginia.
I didn't want to post it until I had more info, but finally got tired of looking, and decided it was just too good to hold out any longer even if I didn't have the scoop.
Thanks for the C d'C! That would be so fun to drive.
Wow! Where do you live you must have a cool house! Mad the fact that you still have the stuff you started with means you take good care of things.
Send us pictures of your house! I would love to see it.
There are appliance stores in LA that specialize in old models.
It's functioning. It's funny to me that it's a double oven, yet both ovens have to be at the same temp. I put an oven thermometer in it, and it runs about 20 degrees hot. There are certain features that I'm not sure how to operate, like the "Roast-Matic," which I think keeps it at a certain temp for specific meats (the square box to the right near the temp control knob.)
I just plooped my plants laughing!!
When they talk about multiple length, 52 to 108 inches, I hope to God they're talking about the Tomlinson.
And it can be used as a turban. You're making fun of it, but I can see wearing it as a turban. You know, to Starbucks, like to write. When my hair is still wet. I thought cellulose is what they sucked out of you when they do liposuction. Who's cellulose is this turban I'm wearing at Starbucks while I'm writing? And how much are they?
I am crazy about reading "China Daily" on the weekends. They have a U.S. edition online that's free to read, and even though it's all in English, there's still something funny almost every time, at least to me. My gravestone will probably say "easily entertained."
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