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Superman/Batman Kid’s Toy Camera
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Harvest Still-Life Metal Cannister
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In our nightly chat, my seven year old mentioned our dog and how brave she must be.
“She’s not scared of the dark.” he said.
I explained that dogs can see pretty good in the dark – and they can smell meat very well, too.
However, I passed along a little factoid that I’ve heard often enough, but never looked up – so I might be wrong.
I told him dogs are colorblind.
“Well,” he said, “sometimes I think I’m kind of colorblind – because I just don’t pay attention to the colors.”
He told me that yesterday, he didn’t pay attention to the color yellow, and “some other colors.”
Intrigued, I asked him what the yellow thing was that he didn’t pay attention to.
“I don’t know,” he said. “It was kind of in the middle of the day yesterday – and we had a whole day yesterday, and a whole day today.”
Yes, my kid had his first day of school today – he had a great time and his teacher seems nice and he got to walk the last bit of the way to school by himself.
He really wanted to go by himself.
“I’m already here,” I said, walking him down the path, “and I need the exercise, so can I walk with you?”
“You can get exercise walking somewhere else.” he said.
I took myself off in another direction just at the time that one of his best friends came along with his mom, so they walked together to the school.
After school was over, I walked and got him – I had to buzz in with a handheld radio and wait for a while until someone came to escort me in to where the kids were happily playing dodgeball. I told my son how in my day, guys would try to swing that ball right in your face. He said he’s pretty good at dodging.
As we walked out, he asked me if he could walk home by himself.
“I’m already here,” I said. “You can walk ahead if you want – but I’m a pretty fast walker.”
So we out-walked each other all the way home.
In Ken West’s dream, he was moving up a lighted staircase into the sky, with a black dog and two black kittens behind him.
He found a “humanoid presence” at the top, who he called Lucifer, and wrestled with him until the gate was unlocked and the menagerie ventured out into the ethereal plane.
The late Stephen Hawking appeared and gave him some sort of inexplicable advice about global warming, or Trump or something.
“One of our greatest. Dead. Little guy in a wheelchair. Name.” West said, trying to identify the Cambridge-educated theoretical physicist who passed into the unknown in March.
“He told me I could make my motion picture,” West said, rhapsodizing further about the money-making and fame inherent in his eventual plan to release a blockbuster film on America.
Then, he said, he watched a spectacular sunset, with an extra twist.
“The names of all of the saints were written there in gold,” he said. “It was the Tree of Life.”
The dog, he said, probably represented Storm, the Norwegian elkhound who traveled with him in his Ford van throughout the 1990s and, West said, has been re-incarnated.
The kittens, he said, mean “that there is no such thing as bad luck.”
West re-iterated his ongoing claim that he was “right about North Korea” and had a chuckle at the plight of poor Paul Manafort who is facing some time behind bars, along with other assorted characters. As for the ringleader, West speculated that the embattled president could “end up in the box.” “It’s Watergate all over again,” he said. “Too much fast food, no golden toilet for you!”
Our Lady of Mercy lights up with red LED held between her hands. Can charge a device through USB with provided cord. – $29.00
Polariod 600 vintage camera – not tested but looks like it’s in good shape $24.00
Radio Shack TRS-80 “Speech-Sound Pak” – untested $49.00
KEyStone 225 – not tested $11.00
Our intermittent correspondent is hunkered down in Charlottesville Va, preparing for another weekend of white nationalist activity.
This time, he says, police are ready. West detailed to Leading the Horse how a proactive state police force of over 800 has been on the ground looking at potential crowd control problems, and noted the recent hiring of a new police chief who he said is an African-American woman.
“The leader of the pack – is black.” West said, adding his own daily activities to his report. “I’m acclimated to the neighborhood … and I played the piano today!”
West called back late in the news day with what he characterized as “good news” and a break from his usual doom and gloom reports of nuclear hysteria.
“Two Australians figured out how to turn hydrogen into ammonia,” West said. “It will solve the climate change problem.”
West also suggested a new cure for malaria is pending.
“All in a week, we got two humanoid problems,” he said.
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Lovingly restored console radio with replaced wooden volume knob – station reception limited. Nice wooden case and fabric speaker shield.
35.00 + shipping/delivery
Exquisite ornate wooden box with metal clasp and handle – perfect for storing fine wine or anything else. Antique finish wood exterior.
$25.00 + shipping/delivery
Ornate metal music box – plays when opened. Red plush interior.
$10.00 + shipping/delivery
This plastic antique General Electric model has not yet been refurbished and is in only fair shape
$30.00 + shipping/delivery