Monday, October 29, 2007

Automobile

The end of the American Road for this little honey.
photo copywrite: OMR staff photographer Svengar Svengensson, 2007

4 comments:

clefbor said...

I worked at NER (Northeast Recovery) for over a year back in the crasey eighties. It was a two-tiered recovery for over 20K "dead" cars. On the west side of the Hudson river there were enthralling views from the top tier on nice days. At night sometimes headlights would spontaneously go on and then of course all those ideas in my head about the ghosts of the cars' last drivers...

Paul, Sr. said...

Man I finally found my fucking car! I have been looking for that bitch since it got towed back in '85 when I parked her on the sidewalk real quick in front of the blood bank. I hope my medicine's still in the glovebox because my blood pressure is like really high and shit. Dude, can you give me a ride there? I got some copper pipe I'll let you have and like there's a fat roach in the ashtray I'll split with you

Seo Link Master said...

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Paul said...

Please order a deluxe Tornado Fuel Saver for my car pictured here, Seo. It gets really bad mileage and smells like dead bodies too. Does your company sell any pine-tree shaped air fresheners that mask the smell of cadavers? Please let me know.