Friday, December 21, 2007

Creepy guy in a barrel: Photo: Found item # 2.

I found this pic in a box of books i pulled out of the garbage. Yep, i'm that guy. Garbage picker all the way. Anyway, i have a box full of found pictures. I find it funny that people just throw away pictures of people that were once a part of their life. I even got in trouble once when i picked up a picture of a girl i found on the street and put it in my wallet. I forgot it was even there until my lady at the time went through my wallet looking for something and found this girl. She didn't even believe me at first. It was pretty hard to explain but anyway, this creepy dude in this pic is going over a fake Niagra Falls in a barrel. Looks like someone's creepy uncle who might have touched them while they slept... I used to keep in on my desk at work and tell people who asked it was my "Creepy Uncle John Thomas"... is that strange?

Thursday, December 20, 2007

The Second Coming: Satanism in America

I never knew it came the 1st time....

I think the cover explains this one pretty well:

Sexual sacrifice, grave robbing, cannibalism, churched dedicated to the Devil –
A shocking inside report on…

The Second Coming: Satanism in America!

Merry Christmas everybody!!!

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Elvis & Johnny Cash circa 1956: Elvis Card # 307

Picked this card up somewhere along the way. It's from the Elvis collection card series that came out back in 1992. The pic was taken backstage at the Grand Ole Opry in 1956. Classic in every sense.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Comic book patches circa 1972?

I remember asking my Mom way back when to order me these patches out of the back of a comic book when i was a wee little lad, I also had her order me the 6 feet tall glow in the dark Frankenstein that I hung on the back of my door. These were tucked away in her sewing since about 1972 but i don't have the Frankenstein any more, i wish i did.

Monday, December 17, 2007

The Adams Family Card # 38: 1st post: Found item: Junk:

I found this card in a box of 45's i bought at the flea market. It's the only one i own. I've been using it as a cover to a cassette comp that me and my kids made called "i love you dad".