A picture is worth a billion words. Tuesday May 31, 2005, 4 comments

Sometimes a picture is worth more than a thousand words; sometimes it expresses something words only fail at.

Everything you ever needed to know about my East-European upbringing can be summed up in this one very concise photo.


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caerulea Tuesday May 31, 2005


Does he build those for others, or is this a one-time thing? I have 2 of those reel mowers at home, and I HATE getting green sneakers from mowing the lawn.
~c

Adrian Wednesday June 1, 2005


I am sure there’s a Mk II in the works, probably with drop down side gang mowers, an awning and an armrest with integral cup holder.

caerulea Wednesday June 1, 2005


oooooo….. can’t wait…. you designing an e-commerce site for him? :digs for credit card:
~c

Adrian Wednesday June 1, 2005


We were thinking of calling it either “Ginger” or “The Segway”

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