I found this photocopy stapled to a bench at my local community college. I really like the second astronaut at the top- he just looks so optimistic.
This was inside an old recipe box. Instead of recipes it was a record of a woman’s daily affairs from the 1930s and early 1940s. It was mostly addresses but also included some of her expenses, rules for card games, a few diagrams of electric circuits and a long list of books she wanted to … Continued
I bought a used composition book because it already had quite a bit of writing in it. Graham’s writing improves as he gets older.
Another from the university recycling bins during move-out week. Sounds like an interesting poem.
The bottom left corner has been ripped off. I’m actually kind of hoping it didn’t work out for these two.
I found a few slides that appear to be from some sort of psychological test/experiment done in the 1970s. It involves a lot of machinery hooked up to the test subjects(?) and a lot of guys in thick glasses taking notes and talking with them. A lot of the people look distraught but not this … Continued
Another mysterious paper from one of the university recycling bins during move-out week. I don’t think the relationship lasted long after that.
Another mysterious paper from one of the university recycling bins during move-out week. For a lot of students, college offers more than just academic growth.
I think this might be some sort of activity done in an English class or a reading group, but I found it in a grocery store parking lot so I’m not sure. Looks like they learned something, though.
I’ve recently discovered that bibles are a great place to find notes. This one’s not very nice.