Tuesday, June 17, 2008

The Status of American Democracy: Part One

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Nick showing off his hula-hooping skills on the Wii Fit. This would be far better if I had a video of him. I guess there's tons of those kinds of videos with girls on YouTube. God Bless YouTube...


The first streetfair I'll feature is Puerto Rican Days in my neighborhood. A festival for the overworked and underpaid. It's a decent time with a carnaval, art fair, music, and great Puerto Rican food.


A shot of the art fair portion from a distance...


Angela tending to her new garden. There's spinach, carrots, tomatoes, and many other veggies for the BBQ


Karli, Andy (looking good), Rosie, Tennessee, and Mike Nummerdor at Wednesday BBQ


Noah, SME, and Nick at the BBQ


Gracie, Tennessee, Brent, and Katie at the BBQ


You crazy hipsters riding modern versions of the old fashion bikes with the bike wheel in front and little wheel in back...


Here's the second streetfair I'll feature this week. It's the Old Town/Wells Street Art Fair. It's for the overpaid and underworked of Chicago. Favorite quote of the day: "The economy is getting really bad. I mean, I can't take cabs everywhere I want anymore. But, now that I know that the train station is by my house I take that. You wouldn't believe how much cheaper it is to take the train than it is to buy gas and pay for parking and all." from Paris Hilton-esque qirl. (for those who live outside of Chicago, trains are $1.75, gas is $4.50, parking is generally $20+).


Cool shot. Not sure why they all have white shirts on. Must be a wealthy version of a gang.








This is the crowd listening to Flock of Seagulls. The stage was set up in a terrible location. It was in a small parking lot behind a bar. So, we couldn't even get back to see the band because there were so many people. But, I certainly heard the rock!!!


See if you can spot the happiest girl at the fair!


Strange bug I found at the Sedgewick Brown Line stop.

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Mike Kraus

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