I’ve had this tablet of erasable bond typing paper for many years. I was organizing these papers and putting them on the shelf when I noticed this masterpiece on the cardboard backing of the tablet of typing paper. I have never seen it in my life. It scared me, sorta– just to think that it’s been in my house all that time, scowling on the back of the tablet, just waiting for its entrance at a vulnerable moment! Who is Eddiie? Eddie 13? Eddie and the Cruisers?
Btw,some might think there is no furither use for these old erasable typing papers, but I’ve been using them in my printer and they work just fine. Kind of thin and wispy, but that’s cool if you want to send a letter. It will not weigh more than an ounce. One stamp.
FOUND by Bridget Boudreau in South City, St. Louis, Missouri
My husband found this in our front yard. We live in a very urban area, and our house is across from the main gathering spot for the young’uns on the block. Sometimes all their noise and rowdiness drives us crazy, but after finding this, my soft spot for them has grown three sizes.
I found these two drawings on a desk in my junior year physics class. Presumably completed by someone in the class before mine, they are fairly well done, concise and clearly telling a story. The first illustrates the often-accepted benefits of religion while the second captures a darker situation, that of the army and fighting. Because they are done of a similar style and numbered #1 and #2, I can only assume they are meant as a sequence, perhaps showing the undeniable relationship between two major sources of power – God and violence. I have no idea who created these pictures and doubt I ever will.