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Thanks, Jim. And just so I can really confuse people, I'll be at the 69th Regiment Armory at 68 Lexington Avenue on April 5 and 6, participating in MoCCA Fest NYC!
And the results were delicious!
See a version of this image during the celebration of Dia del los Muertos in Yonkers Oct. 26- Nov. 2 http://www.hrm.org/calendar/special.html
Toggle Commented Oct 15, 2013 on Bannerman Waitress Cartoon at Jim Nolan's Blog
I like the way his sweater matches the house. People from Buffalo have a lot in common, but growing up in these old wooden houses is one of the strongest bonds!
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2013 on 51 Granger Place, Buffalo, NY at Jim Nolan's Blog
This is a stunning building. I remember being scared by it as a kid because older kids told me it was a psychiatric hospital. It also reminds me of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC.
This has got to be the most overlooked form of street art ever! Have you come across any documentation of it besides your own?
I bet that Dyson inventor would like a copy of that book.
That tiled fireplace is nice looking. I think they had the same kind of thing in Holland?
Yes, I like how strict they are about their orders. I wonder if the portable aspect was in order to use them to weld on skyscrapers and things like that.
You can tell these were done by someone who really likes the ocean.
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2013 on Two More Christa Paul Paintings at Jim Nolan's Blog
She looks like she could use some advice, doesn't she?
Toggle Commented Jun 11, 2013 on At the Cosmetic Counter at Jim Nolan's Blog
Love the hand-tinted look of the photo.
It says don't take any wooden nickels. It doesn't say anything about not posting any wooden nickels....
Toggle Commented Jun 5, 2013 on Joe Nickell's Wooden Nickel at Jim Nolan's Blog
Wow, compared to industrial fishing, this really is charming. It would be great to find out if this tradition is still alive in Sweden.
I believe it is called a toque, not a hat.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2013 on Buffalo Forge Grill Ad Photo at Jim Nolan's Blog
Mamie looks like a character not to be trifled with. She and John look very pleased with you, though.
Toggle Commented May 17, 2013 on John and Mamie at Jim Nolan's Blog
Why shouldn't she be optimistic? The guy is smiling is every panel.
It always cracks me up when you see a tiny little enameled sign on a fence that says "cave canem". Most people won't notice the sign, and then, if the dog was really fierce - you wouldn't need the sign, right?
Toggle Commented Apr 30, 2013 on Dog Cartoon at Jim Nolan's Blog
Hard to say whether "visions" kids get when they are sick in bed with a fever are actually caused by the fever, or the boredom.
Toggle Commented Apr 30, 2013 on Franca and Zoie Cartoon at Jim Nolan's Blog
Quite a milestone! Congratulations!
Thanks, Jim! I will also be registering the book for sale with Lulu.com, so that people can order it directly from them, if they like.
You don't even really hear the phrase "Permissive parenting" very much, but I guess it works for this cartoons.
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2013 on Permissive Parenting Cartoon at Jim Nolan's Blog
It's a great question to ask: What has reading done for you? The answer reveals as much about the reader as it does about the books they read. I do remember my mom being discouraged from reading fiction, but especially forbidden from reading the existentialists - because they were atheists. She used to hide, and read them in the bathroom of the convent she went to.
Scrapbooking is a way to protect memories, isn't it?
Toggle Commented Mar 4, 2013 on Scrapbooking, 1929 at Jim Nolan's Blog
Yes, the comfort in the sound of a snowplow is that someone ELSE is shoveling.
Toggle Commented Feb 25, 2013 on Favorite Sounds Audio Essay at Jim Nolan's Blog