Time for a link dump.
It costs more to own/operate a car in Detroit than any other city in the nation. Another statistic to be proud of. B-side: appreciate art deco hood ornaments. http://www.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gif
That's it, time for a dedicated electric scooter lane.
Lego Instruction Books. Lots of them.
A timeline of Duckburg.
Posters for Spaghetti Westerns.
Cool Photography: Edward Burtynsky - check out Three Gorges and Urban Mines.
Making me hungry [you can order Ya-Ya's Chicken for CarryOut/Online].
Here, there, everywhere. We have to call it something, don't we? Who's got an idea? Let's call it Toponymy.
Time for a link dump.
I got a visor from The Parlour. I need the visor to make milkshakes and sundaes. The visor helps me.  I started today at The Parlour. The owner of the company came in for dinner. He is 28 years old. He is worth over 500 million dollars US. Smartmoney says he will cross the one Billion mark before he is 31 years old.
Watch out for Invaders from Space. They are all over the place. So far they haven't landed in the Midwest. [Invaders don't like rust, thus they're avoiding the rust belt. Rust makes Invaders sick.]
NYC rail system will turn 100 this year. Happy Birthday.
Furniture goes on Atkins Diet.
This robot eats flies for power. Guess how it attracts flies. [Hint: not Honey.]
+ Circular Cities
+ Earth from Above
+ Crazy Korean Aerial Photos [some duplicates from above, large files]
Posted by Nick Helmholdt at 11:22 PM
That is the amount of community service I have accomplished today. That means four hours. I should have another 10% by Friday.
532 Abbott got the hook-up on Dave Chappelle Tickets for this Friday.
It's been a while since I've posted anything worth reading here.
Summer has been over for one week, 2 days. This is how Summer Reading List vol. II turned out.
The Thorn Birds, McCullough
Watchmen, Moore and Gibbons
The Last Don, Puzo
Fight Club, Palahniuk
Crime and Punishment, Dostoyevsky
Batman: Year One and The Dark Knight Returns, Miller
Alias Grace, Atwood
The Gangs of Chicago, Asbury
I, Robot, Asimov
The Sun Also Rises, Hemingway
I will refrain from comment until I have something insightful.
At Haven House I saw a Cozy Coop. Its front right wheel was cracked and its metal rod pried away the plactic body. Otherwise it was in good shape.
[By the way: Haven House smells like asparagus.]
If Tony is reading this - I registered a Gmail account for TonysCustoms. Call me for the password. Or better yet: take one wild guess. [Click here for Gmail.]
WASTE YOUR TIME: NOW.
I'll make this short because I'm going to watch a new [that's right bitchaz, N-E-W, new] Reno911.
If you play Internet games and spend a fair amount of time escaping from locked rooms try your hand at this.
Some of the textbooks I bought.
Rio. I think this is Rio. I have no way of checking that. It's Rio.
Quite possibly the greatest single webpage for Transformers fans ever. [Seriously, you can print off folding action figures of all these robots in disguise.]
A great article from Morning News I should've posted a while back. There's no time like the present.
Posted by Nick Helmholdt at 12:15 AM