💻 brandib tells a sickening story of a fight in 1950s Ohio to keep schools segregated. Read Hillsboro Marching Mothers
💻 Paul Niedermeyer found a classic Mercedes-Benz parked on the street recently, a car he lusted mightily over when it was new. It reminded him of a heady time in his life where he both benefited from, and learned some of the seamy underside of, big business. Read Auto-Biography/Curbside Classic: 1989 Mercedes 560SEC – My Former Lust Object
💻 My hometown of South Bend, Indiana, has an unusually gorgeous water pumping station just north of its downtown on the main street. It’s in Leeper Park, right by the St. Joseph River. Samuel Piccolo writes a piece of fiction about the pumping station — about the fishes and sharks that used to swim in it. Read The Aquarium
📷 Do you want to make more interesting photographs? If so, Kenneth Wajda encourages you to downgrade your camera! Read Getting a Better Camera Won’t Change a Thing (Maybe Get a Worse Camera!)
📷 Mike Eckman reviews the 1962 Argus SLR, the first camera Argus sold that they didn’t build themselves. Read Argus SLR
📷 Theo Panagopoulos reviews the Nikon F100, which he describes as almost as good as the contemporary Nikon F5. Read Nikon F100 – The smaller professional
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