October 22, 2011

At the Roundleaf Café...



... drop in for a while.

18 comments:

traditionalguy said...

Beauty itself.

kimsch said...

Nasturtium? Any photos of the orange blossoms?

edutcher said...

You had a lot of fun the other day.

Very nice pic, though.

I assume it's gotten pretty nippy up there the last couple of days.

Jason (the commenter) said...

Make a salad!

Lucien said...

Qadaffi's body is on public display in a freezer in Misrata!!

What a terrible insult to Muslim tradition and culture! How insensitive!

Don't they realize that this will just recruit more terrorists for Al Qaeda?

Wait . . . they are Muslim?

Never mind.

campy said...

Come 'round again — next time don't leaf so soon.

Curious George said...

"Lucien said...
Qadaffi's body is on public display in a freezer in Misrata!!"

By the Tombstone Pizzas?

The Crack Emcee said...

Spellbinding

Simon said...

When linguistic shortcomings attack! Best FB comment faulting NPR's "firing" of a freelancer for OWS involvement: "NPR is just another corporation who CONTROLS it's workers." Interesting. So corporations are "who"s not "that"s after all? Pronoun #FAIL

deborah said...

Lady's Mantle, I think.

deborah said...

Ooops, never mind :)

Deborah said...

Westboro Baptist Church plans to protest the funeral of a young marine in a neighboring county tomorrow.

wv: puturifi.

Chip S. said...

Roundleaf Café?

More like Dew Drop Inn.

James said...

Garage Mahal has insisted numerous times that voter fraud is non-existent in Wisconsin. Yet I've seen and heard of several instances where it has occurred. Now comes former Alabama Congressman Artur Davis who says: I Should have supported voter ID law.

So who should I believe? Garage or the former congressman who says: "The truth is that the most aggressive contemporary voter suppression in the African American community, at least in Alabama, is the wholesale manufacture of ballots, at the polls and absentee, in parts of the Black Belt.

Voting the names of the dead, and the nonexistent, and the too-mentally-impaired to function, cancels out the votes of citizens who are exercising their rights -- that's suppression by any light. If you doubt it exists, I don't; I've heard the peddlers of these ballots brag about it, I've been asked to provide the funds for it, and I am confident it has changed at least a few close local election results."

Kirby Olson said...

Nature is weird. Many people who grew up in the 60s were taught to love it, but isn't it a strange mess to "love" it? Slavoj Zizek is now arguing that people should be able to have sex with monkeys, just as they should be able to abolish capitalism. What is natural isn't necessarily good, is it?


http://criticallegalthinking.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/slavoj-zizek-speaking-at-occupy-wall-street.jpg

Jose_K said...

some Britons treat environmentalism like a religion
Michel Vick was sent 25 years to prison in the USA not the UK

Coketown said...

Roundleaf Café?

More like Dew Drop Inn.


Ha! I love it!

Michael Haz said...

Shouldnt the Steve Jobs boigraphy be named iDead?