Never, ever play 6-to-5 blackjack.
In my last post, I showed you my favorite pictures from the Tax Day Tea Party event. This is my favorite person I met there. He was sitting off in the corner, near the park entrance, with his big sign: 9/11 Was An Inside Job.
Teabaggers are stupid: this I confirmed by attending a Tea Party event on Tax Day in Las Vegas. These are my favorite pictures from the event.
Way back on Tax Day, I attended a Tea Party event at Sunset Park in Las Vegas. When I posted about it at the time, I included snapshots I took with my point-and-shoot digital camera. I also had a film camera with me, and I’m now developing my film, so it’s time for more Tea Party fun.
Determined not to let the hype be my master, I set out on foot from San Diego across the border to Tijuana. I’d heard that tourism was down, but thought surely I would be among a group of braver Americans—but, no, I wasn’t.
The Fourth and Final Part of my series on the Creation Museum. Here there be dragons.
They don’t make movies in Hollywood any more. The place is sort of seedy now; it’s not as clean as New York and doesn’t feel as safe. I was solicited by hookers and approached by vagrants in the short time I was there—but there were tourists, too, enough of Hollywood’s history still visible to attract them.
Part Three of my series on the Creation Museum, wherein we learn of the Great Flood and Noah’s Ark.
In Part Two of my series on the Creation Museum, we visit the Garden of Eden. This is where things start to get a little strange.
It’s Tax Day here in the US, and the Teabaggers marked the occasion by having a moronathon at Sunset Park in Las Vegas. Having only seen these things on television, I decided to attend.