Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Let's go shopping


















Poor little robin, chased into the dark by the Seagull of Doom.
























Save the animals, you heartless bastard.



















Don't ask.



















Let's go stimulate the economy.



















Steven Tyler not included.
























MX + B = Y not.



















Here's your undeniable proof, Californistan. Happy?



















If you heard a rumble about 2:30 EST, that was our collective groan.
























Green is the new sex.



















The Duchess continues to rock the hand model world.



















Cheap religious goods & Bratz? The dollar store, quintessential Americana. 



















Um, yeah, don't worry about that, pal.



















Pal, ye clever dog, worry! I must have dread piratical buccaneerism!
























Game over? Not if Space Weapon Equipment has anything to say about it.



















Au contraire, coasts. Elite's in the rust belt.



















The cheap gift of choice for the CEO on your Christmas list.



















What mysteries the Jesus CD-R contains shall remain so for all time or until we cave & shell out the buck, plus tax.



















Why I'm always so devilishly handsome.

14 comments:

thatgirl said...

I know you didn't mean to, but the camera setting makes everything look shiny and golden in Clevelandia, adding to the pure comedy pyrite swankiness.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Two posts in one day!?! Damnitall, R.G. you're putting me to shame.

If only I had a hand model maiden to assist!
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Tom Harper said...

This just in: that "Benefit for the Cleveland Animal Protection League" -- their free custom shirts are made out of endangered species' skins.

Randal Graves said...

thatgirl, what's gooftastic is that after the first few shots, I noticed that Boehneriffic glow, switch settings, but it remained, thus proving the weirdness of our burg.

if, 1)poster's block will return sooner rather than later, 2)strolling around beautiful downtown Clevelandia with mon homie shooting stuff isn't exactly work.

tom, my fancy employment shirts are made out of panda.

Tengrain said...

Graves, you swine!

Clevelandistan has the world's remaining Hard Rock Café? Holy Crap! Tell me that mall has Spencer's Gifts, and I'm going to start looking for a calendar watch on that hand-model's model's hand to see if this is the 1980s. (Is that really Lady Graves's hand? Uncuffed? She escaped the basement?!)

Oh, and is that Weird Ohio Vol 1 I spy with my little eye?

So many questions.

Regards,

Californiastan

Randal Graves said...

Answers: yes; I don't know but by Houlihan's there was a crappy painting with a crappy rendition of Bob Marley in it; it's the 1890s; no, for if you actually read this blog *sniff* you'd know who the Duchess was & would know that the sometimes-better-half finds me half-repulsive; volume 2 out December 2012, we're hoping to have Quetzalcoatl sign a copy.

Demeur said...

Stimulate the economy? Who's economy? Me suspects Graves is a secret agent for Chinese manufacturers.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

He claims he's not one of these.

Tengrain, the Duchess works*** with Randal in the lieberry, if my reading of this blogue is correct.

*** For some definitions of "work".
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Laura said...

Will you buy me the Space Weapon please!
I find myself needing it today. :)
Merci buckets!

((Hugs))
Laura

Randal Graves said...

if, are you saying we don't earn our paychecks? Find your own damn book, ingrate.

laura, send dangerous weapons over the border? I'll end up on one of those prison buses, and it won't be the sexy Skinemax kind.

susan said...

Dollar Store board games will be all the rage very soon. I'm practicing Snakes and Ladders.

S.W. Anderson said...

The House of Blues evokes memories of a J.J. Newberry's, ca. 1973. Well preserved, though.

Are we to believe a dollar store can afford mall space? Now, that is a sign of a depressed retail market.

Randal Graves said...

susan, I'm a big fan of Confectionery Land.

SWA, the old gray mall, she ain't what she used to be.

Liberality said...

well I'll have to visit Cleveland someday if only to go see the Hardrock Cafe!