Parts Scavengers

Not sure what year,make and model. Guessing 1954 Plymouth something.

[Found here.]

Macropicidal Hot Links

Swinging Mama, Tiny Grimes (1974) Guitarist Lloyd “Tiny” Grimes (1916-1989) played with many jazz notables. In the late 1940s he had a hit on a jazzed-up version of Loch Lomond with the band billed as Tiny “Mac” Grimes and the Rocking Highlanders. They wore kilts and included Red Prysock on tenor sax and singer Screaming Jay Hawkins.

FEAR.

The Rescue.

Two portraits.

Rent-A-Dwarf.

Die Kugelpanzer.

Don’t touch the trash can.

Invasion of The Worm Men.

Self-service grocery store.

One Miilion Frames Per Second.
[h/t Pam M.]

It’s a spider and it’s radioactive.

Happy Mothers’ Day!

[Top image found on Pinterest: Dark Mamika, photo by Sacha Goldberger, unknown date.]


From the Archives: 1 year ago. 5 years ago. 10 years ago.

The .Gif Friday Post No. 727 – Doodling Doggie, Go Tow Pro & Cat Cat Clock

[Found here, here and here.]

*blooorp*

Ark Nova, Japan

Ark Nova was created as a result of joint efforts of British sculptor Anish Kapoor and Japanese architect Arata Isozaki and it is the only inflatable concert hall currently in the world.

[Found here, h/t Gorehound.]

The H.R. Giger Bar

H.R. Giger Bar …and Museum.
Château St Germain, Switzerland

Brain Salad Surgery, Emerson Lake & Palmer (1973) Cover art by H.R. Giger

Saturday Matinee – Girl X, Roy Head, The Black Keys & Gary Clark Jr.

Twisted clay animation by Takena Nagaona:
“I began making clay animations at high school. I’m a huge fan of horror movies and metal music. My works are often renowned for violence and gore!”
[h/t Gorehound]

Roy Head (sans The Traits) showed off his JB moves  while lip-syncing on  Hollywood A Go-Go (a Shindig wannabe) in 1965. Too bad the vid fades out before the song is over.

The Black Keys are still at it.

Gary Clark Jr. set the surf on fire in 2016 with 10-1/2 minutes of pure awesome.

Have a peaceful Easter and take time to remember what it’s all about.

My WebEx Meeting Notes 13 January – 12 April 2022

9AM daily. Pen on paper, 8-1/2 x 11, approx. 2 square inches per day.

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