Yeah that kinda explains it, I think. The narrow wavelength range of a colored LED creates a weird over-saturation effect when photographed, at least with a digital camera (this might not happen when shooting film at the same thing, like this concert). This show used lots of purple lights. Those lights were not…
I just linked my account to google.
I think you underestimate how little anyone cares about cart theft. Probably makes it easier to know which store it belongs to when it ends up at a nearby bus stop/apartment complex/river.
Yep, I don’t know why the messed with the proportions. If they wanted to go with a minimalist version, they could have just gone with two solid boxes in the right proportions.
That arch delineates where Basic Economy ends and Simple Economy begins. If you want to use the toilet, you have to spring for Interim Economy or Economy Plus. And if you’re rich, maybe Economy Supreme.
Also the “oh no our livery depends on polished aluminum and we just bought a bunch of composite airplanes” direction
They would paint the windows blue, if they weren’t cowards
I worked for a very large international firm for a while and rumor was they paid north of $250-$500k for a re-branding exercise that took their name: URS-Griener Woodward Clyde to: URS, in big blue letters. Meanwhile they beat us workers to the closest penny and took 6-8 weeks to pay expense reports.
down here, we’re all use to seeing them though.
I’ve gone to see a few CL quartz kitchen counters that were ripped out - $200-500 for enough to redo my kitchen. But damn - there was a reason they tore out the quartz - patterns were so bad and bland. Not worth the cheap price.
Also Merlin power -
but the blackhawks (go) down.
I had a car that had been upgraded to an 8-track from a factory AM radio (I’m old but not that old; the car was over 20 years old at the time).
I will paying close attention. I need to replace the tub in my only bathroom and I am not looking forward to it. There will be surprises, oh yes, lots of surprises, like possibly having to replace the floor or supporting joists as bath is on second floor. Woe to the Republic.
The sun never shines in Seattle.
Yeah. On the one hand it really should have been in the Smithsonian next to the N1M (and a YB-49, but that ship sailed a long time ago), but by the same token seeing it in flight had to have been indescribable.
Sad, but probably pretty close to inevitable given a difficult to fly 77 year old plane.