Hmm Weekly's monthly mission to use up The Brick House Cooperative's unused monthly allotment of Associated Press photos continues.
Do you even have a clock? Don’t you just look at your phone? Your microwave oven, maybe?
October 31 means The Brick House’s monthly allotment of Associated Press photos has ended. If we don’t use up our images, they vanish like autumn leaves in a suburban yard fire.
A Holy Day of Obligation meant we weren’t in the classroom for a couple of hours. Instead, we were in church—which can be entertaining, or at least interesting if it’s a cool church full of statues and art and stained glass and candles.
The HMM WEEKLY IMAGE DOWNLOAD DAY is also a reminder that The Brick House Cooperative spends money to bring you the best—or, in this case, the most—online content we can.
Do you know and/or remember what “checks” are?
IT’S ALMOST JULY 4, a day when We The People are encouraged to celebrate Independence. Less than a week before that, however, is the final day of June, which means The Brick House’s monthly allotment of Associated Press photos is dissolved. If we don’t use up those images, they don’t roll over to the next month, […]
IT’S KIND OF hard to make out in the pictures, but we had a sinkhole in our tiny Baltimore-rowhouse front yard.
If you got the COVID, after you recover, the proof doesn’t stay in your blood for long, it’s like the Common Cold, you get one, you get over it, you are somehow not able to get another cold for awhile, and then eventually you get another goddamn cold. I sure hope America is ready for that kinda Reality with COVID-19.
Meanwhile, whose Summer is it? All I can think is: Summer of Sam, that was an Ownership of a Summer, you could look it up!
Now nobody’s accusing anybody of plagiarism, that’s just Grammarly dot com being Grammarly dot com.