IKEA has gone all-in on fake plants. They’ve pretty much given up on nature.
Pandas at IKEA explain China’s one child policy. . .
IKEA doesn’t say their crap is better for the planet. They say it’s better for People + Planet. People first, planet second. And the planet is a flimsy cut-out that looks like it had an algae overgrowth.
Maybe I can be one of those photographers who take pictures of old dilapidated signs on Route 66. Then I’ll start wearing black leather jackets and grease my hair back. And I’ll buy an old car from the 1950’s, fix it up, and drive the mother road. . . all the way to L.A. I’ll seek out the greasiest diners, the lonliest truck stops, and the cheapest motels.
On second thought, I’d rather stay home.
The eiffel tower with palm trees.
We spent the weekend in Vegas. . . My wife got a free room at the Flamingo and tickets to Lady Gaga from some boondoggle ran by a pharmaceutical company. It was a lot of fun. I love Vegas. . . especially the schlock.
Ah, Paris! . . . the fake sky. . . the fake trees. . . the fake left bank.
Only the ennui is real.
the greatest of all caesars. . . maximus shopilius
Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free
And I'll give you,
$20 worth of poker chips and $5 cocktails!
in the Mirage, there was a store where you could buy Karma and Luck. . . Good to know.
Nobody does fake rocks better than Vegas.