You Can’t Make Me Doubt My Baby, Bunker Hill (1963) In the late 1950s David Walker joined a traditional gospel group, the Sensational Wonders, who would later become The Mighty Clouds of Joy. Walker used the pseudonym Bunker Hill to avoid conflict of interest trouble but they found out anyway and Walker was booted. As Bunker Hill, Walker also recorded with Link Wray (with brother and manager Vernon Wray).
Robopigeon [via Mme. Jujujive].
Jammin’ the bar codes [via IHSTWOTI]
What we have that they don’t [via Feral Irishman].
Buy ’em by the sack [via The View from Lady Lake].
Explained: Netherlandish Proverbs, Bruegel the Elder, 1559.
[h/t Memo Of The Air]
Flight 5390 in flight photos; story here. [h/t Bunkerville]
[Top image found here. I think those are young emus.]
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More on the ride the pilot had on the plane.
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