Thursday, March 12, 2009

Faux Toes. March 12, 2009

Someone needs to tow this thing. Parked right next to the BUS STAND NO PARKING sign, and parked facing against traffic. He must be VERY important. Didn't you know important people drive 1999 Firebirds?


Bus reflectivity.


I love helicopters.


It's a shame this one was transporting a baby that'd fallen down a flight of stairs. No, it wasn't anyone I know, but as far as I can tell, it survived after they got it stabilized.


I'd really love to ride in a helicopter and a hot air balloon some day. Both seem like fun. I do hope I never have to ride LifeStar, though.

5 comments:

John Mayson said...

When I lived in Atlanta (and neighboring DeKalb County) they would ticket cars parked facing traffic. Around Austin I often see cars parked on fire hydrants and nothing appears to be done about it. Sigh...

GhostRider said...

Riding in a helicopter is every bit as fun as it looks...back in 1985, I got a ride on a U.S. Army "AirEvac" Huey from Landstuhl to Heidelberg, W. Germany. The hospital told me, "you could wait around for a transport bus that comes in a couple hours, or if you can get ready in 5 minutes, there's a helicopter heading your way...which would you prefer?" I was 14 -- what do you think I chose!!!

F4 jets were doing manuvers in the area, and they came close enough that we passengers could see the pilots inside. So awesome!

I.R. Baboon said...

Flying a helicopter is awesome man. Riding a bike to fly one is even better. If you're ever out my way I'll at least get you in the cockpit to check it out close up.

Warren T said...

Hmmmm. That last picture looks kind of familiar...

http://warren-t.blogspot.com/2008/07/back-from-camp.html

Noah said...

Yes it does. Never a good time at the hospital, ever. :(

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