I can only mirror the view that this skit is too close to the alternative truth BS so popular these days. With the advent of personal I-pads etc, it will only get worse. I'm afraid.
what a feisty bunch.....jeez.
Your comment that fountain pens are best for cursive is revealing. You are no doubt right-handed. Lefties have to work hard to not push the nib into the paper as cursive springs from a right-handed development in writing. The cursive letters are formed going from left to right and the pen naturally is creating the strokes in a way where the nib rarely goes against the paper.
I agree with you. This isn't the first time that I have experienced a writing difficulty. My grandfather's letters to his wife in old German Gothic , circa 1900, are very difficult to decipher. So it would seem that follwing native generations in the old country would share the same challenge.
yeah right! the Baroque was short on ornamentation, as was Rococo . When Bauhaus came along, then things started t get interesting! LOL
It looks like a 7th grade shop class on drugs
'We have found the enemy; and they are us'
A 'one night stand' seems to have not been appreciated by all of our little group. But they take nice pictures!!!
I have ridden 113 several times on my motorcycle. It is barely wide enough for two bikes passing in opposite directions, in places. I hope the owner was fully insured!
Thanks for sharing a terrific parcel of photos.
Look up the history of the Tatra. Much will be revealed that will dovetail Porsche and others.
The engineering aspects of this car are interesting. YouTube has several period films on this car's development. As a kid, I remember seeing the occasional old Airflow on the road. I thought that they were ugly. Today, I have rethought that reaction, and better appreciate what Chrysler was up to. A bold car, a little too soon.