VPotD: The Pride of Puget Sound.

The owner of Fairlook Antiques has a name for photographs with writing on the front.  I can’t remember what it is, though.  I think it’s a term coined by the guy who wrote the book that got turned into a stupid-looking movie starring Samuel L. Jackson.  It’s about freaky kids and fake teeth or something.  I know about this movie because I watched late night television for the first time in about five years last night.  Did you know the guy who used to play Barry Gibb on Saturday Night Live is now the host of The Tonight Show?  That’s true.

I usually call photographs with writing on the front “ruined” and tend to steer clear of them.  I liked these three, though.

the-pride-of-puget-soundvi-dot-honey a-lost-thoughtThis sentence is down here because I like to end my posts with text instead of a photo.

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11 Responses to VPotD: The Pride of Puget Sound.

  1. homebody says:

    I Iove everything about A Lost Thought. Even the shadow.

  2. crankypants says:

    Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Kids? Book was just okay, no desire to see the movie or read the sequel. If that’s what you’re even talking about.

    • M-----l says:

      Yes, that’s it. Samuel L. Jackson brought a clip from the upcoming movie version. It was a scene that featured a girl whose “peculiar” power was that she was really good at blowing.

      I wish I was making that up.

  3. Lauri says:

    Yep. I read that book, too. I don’t really remember anything about it, so there’s that.

    This line intentionally left blank?

    The Pride of Puget Sound. Someone loves her. 🙂

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