Absence: Does It Really Make The Heart Grow Fonder?

Absence: Does It Really Make The Heart Grow Fonder?


I guess I will find out…have been stuck in Middle America for the last two weeks dealing with some family health bizness…not lots of free time to take shots at mirthful commentary…thankfully Delta came through big-time and cancelled our 6:15 AM return flight without notifying us before we got up at 4:30 AM and went to the airport.  Another strong performance, guys.  I will be back with some important social analysis and stuff come Thursday.  (This shit don’t come together in 15 minutes.  Although it seems like it should.)

I’m not gonna leave you empty-handed though: please enjoy this photo of a sweet car from 1984, the Pontiac Fiero.  (Never lucky enough to own one, but dreamed of it.  First domestic mid-engine two seater, a raw as hell 97 horsepower engine.  It was stellar.  Now used as the base for about two trillion kit cars purporting to be Ferraris and Lambos…)

Nice wheels
Nice wheels



Til we meet again (Thursday),

Chilly17

5 thoughts on “Absence: Does It Really Make The Heart Grow Fonder?

  1. Come on chilly… you and SO better get posting before you start your new jobs. After that, your one-man tirade against the evils of free enterprise and conformity of thought will be somewhat hypocritical to say the least

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