Fred says it, Daphne says it
Scooby says it, Shaggy says it
The ghouls and the ghosts
And near-sighted Velma says
Babe, I’m on fire
A shielded dummy in a basement for atomic bomb testing in Nevada, March 1953.Photograph by Volkmar Wentzel, National Geographic
Montreal gets a lot of snow, most of which is plowed, piled and picked-up by giant snow removal trucks. But as that happens, while the city works, there’s a moment where the sidewalk is transformed from a straight, cement grid, to a fluffy, winding pathway. This usually happens because plow drivers swerve down the sidewalk to avoid forgotten bicycles, telephone poles and other miscellaneous street debris. The result is magical. The city becomes softer as many of its sharp edges and grit momentarily vanish.
A SF bridge I follow on twitter is trash-talking a bridge in Seattle. I love modern sports.