Photo by Bonasia.
Hat tip to a certain GOTB.
even good old J.R. Bob Dobbs enjoys tacos and Devo, who doesn’t?
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A Hooch Hound, a dog trained to detect liquor during Prohibition, sniffs at a flask in back pocket of man fishing on a pier on the Potomac River, 1922 (via Library of Congress)
_George Grosz skizziert/sketched
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For whatever reason, this pipe has bacon in it in this catalogue. Huh
George Braunsdorf, left, 6 feet 4 inches and Joe Damone, 5 feet 1 inch, demonstrate a pipe called the “Double Ender” in New York, June 2, 1949. According to its manufacturer, the pipe was designed as a means of conserving tobacco by a couple of pipe smokers down on their luck, or, sharing a smoke at a ball game. (via Business Insider, photo by Ed Ford)
A casual smoke?
Pipe-Smoking Woman, No. 109, 2011.
Oil on canvas, 70X70cm.