Thursday, August 11, 2011

Los Angeles vol. two: Armed in California


Your humble hostess thought that this photo would please the conservative portion of the readership, plus it is yet another non-labor intensive post. As the readership may have surmised, your humble hostess is in a bit of a lazy pattern of late. Having returned from a blissful vacation over the weekend, the ramp-up has been slow to say the least.

Actual content will eventually return to these pages, so please stay tuned.

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10 comments:

Joe said...

It appears the land is very tilty in that part of California.

Erin O'Brien said...

Oh how I'd like to attribute the tilt to the land, but alas, methinks the only tilty thing in this shot is the unfortunate photographer.

Kalei's Best Friend said...

Cool angle!. I know that area well and I can see why u took that photo that way... SM is so relaxing... I see the old Pac Bell building in the foreground!.

Judy said...

Photographer has a few too many before grabbing the camera???

Mike said...

a tilty cannon? What a dumb picture O'B' wan

Anonymous said...

Superior ballistics...MR

Bill said...

California can make one want to tilt right.

philbilly said...

Just caught some of "The Pride and the Passion", 1957. Cary Grant and Frank Sinatra playing hide-the-giant-cannon with Sophia Loren during the Napoleonic Wars. Basically 132 minutes of sexual inneuendo. And Sophia has quite the endo.

Once Known as The Badger said...

One of the "Boomer" generation?

Harry Finch said...

As for pleasing only your "conservative" readers, you should be reminded that even the most extreme liberals appreciate a well placed cannon.