Saturday, January 17, 2009

Phone cam round up

This is spinal tap.

Orange slice on the road.

Ollie's discount closout store.

Men's wear at Ollie's (forgot to check price).

Conjugal visitation accessories at Ollies (one free).

Formal ladies' wear in closeout section of Marc's discount grocery (limit 5).

Crazy eights of hearts.


Kirk Jusko said...

I give up--what is that top picture?

Erin O'Brien said...

I had to take my kid to an ortho doc when she broke her toe. This was in the exam room. It's a model of a portion of the human spine--at least I"m pretty sure it is.

glittergirl said...

i hate ollie's. HATE it. i love marc's, gabriel brothers, but not ollies. i think it was the giant bin of religious teen books that i saw when i first walked in...

Geoff Schutt said...

Dear Girl Reporter Erin,

I like it that in each of your phone cam round-ups, we get to see at least one image of your shoe. In this piece, we get two images.

I don't have a shoe fetish that I know of (? he begins to question self), but it's comforting to see "the detail in the details," as it were. And a shoe can make these postings somehow even more personal.

Keep reporting from yonder North!

Rory L. Aronsky said...

I don't have a shoe fetish that I know of (? he begins to question self)

Glad you're questioning yourself. It's like those who say, "I'm not a tightass, but..." ;)

Geoff Schutt said...

Everybody notices something different, and after a while, you begin to "notice what you are noticing." It could be, hey I'm perceptive. Or, it could be something else. I think some introspection is always good -- call it "study of self."

Unfortunately, the people who need it most never get to this point.

Kirk Jusko said...

She needs to take the shoe off.

Geoff Schutt said...

You know, I just realized this. I have one pair of shoes (I do, seriously). When my shoes wear out, I buy a new pair. Obviously, I have show envy.

I mean, I figured, why have two pairs (pair) of shoes, when you can only wear one at a time. My whole paradigm is shifting.

Geoff Schutt said...

"shoe envy," that is