Sunday, October 28, 2007

A Time for Silliness

The more things a man is ashamed of, the more respectable he is.
George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950), playwright

I was inspired by friends in the 10th grade who had just made a home movie; I opted to take a roll of farcical pictures; there are more of these shots, but I have no idea where. These just happened to turn up in my sister’s stuff.

Would you buy a used car from this guy? This was a friend's car and their family dog. The little sign, I believe is offering six Blue Chip Stamps, if you buy now.

How about a CD from these guys? Don't blame them, I organized the whole thing including the Groucho Marx masks to protect the innocent.


Anonymous said...

Six Blue Chip stamps? Bust the bank, big spender.

Oh, and nice rock star posturing with the mic stand!

Where's your sister live? I want to look for more.

Jack Steiner said...

Those are pretty funny.

B2 said...

Lucky for Mick you gave it up, or he mght've been out of a job.

The Misanthrope said...

Teresa, she didn't know how she got them either, but she had a good laugh when she found them. She even blew them up and framed them.

Jack, thanks, that was the point when I originally shot them, but most people thought I was strange.

B2, I could give Mick a run for his money, but the difference is I can't carry a note.