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"Man, I Ain't Never Seen a Brotha on a Horse!" (or lessons learned in the dirty south)
Four GD2s and their date with destiny in Biloxi...
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Le Bakery: our favorite place for banh mi and bubble tea
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Judy's Quote of the Day
"Man, I never knew Mexicans could make good rice!"
-Solomon, following a dinner at El Rancho
"We was preaching Jesus. Who else would we preach?"
-Solomon, recalling one fateful Friday night in Minnesota
"I could be an underwear model."
-Solomon the Modest
"If architecture is love, then engineering is sex."
"You white boys are pretty cool!"
-Solomon to James and Matt when 'Red, Red Wine' started playing on the radio
"That sure is a lot of water!"
-Solomon, while watching the sun set over the Gulf
"Miesian columns, theys the babys butts of columns."
-Solomon~the truth speaker
"Gotta get yer groooove on!"
-Solomon a la Martin Lawrence
Salesman: "Do you have any questions?"
Solomon: "Yea." [Pause, for dramatic effect] "Got any brand new guitars for $100?"
-Solomon at the Gibson Guitar Factory in Memphis
"Man, I ain't never seen a brother on a horse!"
-Solomon in Jackson, MS upon seeing an African-American fellow riding horseback
Shrimp Po' Boy Lunch (at the local gas station)
Le Bakery: our favorite place for banh mi and bubb...
Ol' Baby Blue Survives the Flood
An Evening with Crawfish
Our dining hall/ studio/ living room/ weightroom/ ...
old baby blue east view
The job site after a very rainy night
Hurricane-proof Gehry Museum
Nixon & Division Site
Atta hits the block
Watching as James gets kidnapped
Callin' it a day
Check out those studs!
Shots from our first few days at work and home...
Our first trip to the glorious Biloxi Wal-Mart
The Crew in the Cavalier