Project 313 – Post No. 159

Got to get me a few of these out because I’m busy during the next few days.

So, again, not much for me to put down. 

If you want to read something short, try HERE. Longer, try HERE. Longest, try HERE.

And now, the photo:

Project 313 159

I always found it curious SS came to be used so much in automobiles . . . given its bad reputation during WW II. 

Do not call list are a great idea . . . if they worked.

. . . the government getting into it would be something scary but at least you would then know for sure the list wouldn’t be enforced.  

I often present different versions of my doodles, but because they can’t be compared next to one another, many tend to appear the same. 

Since I no longer want to continue with some doodles, I decided to do animations of all the versions I’ve already published added to the versions still waiting their turn. 

I give you . . . The Incarnations of the Multicolor Worm Monument.

The Incarnations of the Multicolor Worm Monument

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.


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16 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 159

  1. You have to write something for me to read before I can comment. Whoops, I just did!


  2. Human memory is about as long as a gnat’s.
    Not a knowledgable as many car fanatics, but Morgan Motor Company was making Super Sports cars around 1927…I think those evolved from Grand Prix models.
    Those who love group think, identifying clothing, secret hand signals may also love to incorporate/adopt/mangle cool sounding or visually striking abbreviations as logos/phrases to tout their group’s identity with it? Maybe it’s an ownership thing – you’re in the club’s “secret’ wording…
    For example “what’s going down in H-town”…the current popular identification of my city …gag.


    • disperser says:

      Weird . . . I thought I responded to this. Clever stuff, too, I wrote. Oh, well.

      Thanks for the factoids; I was kind of joking about SS as that could also stand for Social Security and Sans Salsa . . . although I want to make clear I have nothing against Salsa the dance; I’m addressing salsa the wannabe pasta condiment.

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      • disperser says:

        First, let me say my gut reaction to the word is based on the Italian definition and usage of the word which relates to a tomato-based condiment for pasta. Meaning, in that regard, the word is more identified with “sauce” as far as usage goes. As someone who doesn’t like tomato products added to pasta, I’m not partial to the name and view it unfavorably.

        The usage here (the US) is to identify a dipping spread consumed with chips or included as a side to (typically) Mexican cuisine. In that incarnation of of the word salsa, I don’t like the preparation nor most of the ingredients so, again, I’m not partial to the end result.

        The salt is not an issue as I happen to like salt and unless to the point that it literally burns your tongue off, I’m not opposed to salty dishes.


  3. PHOTO: Such a cool, metal-y look! Great!
    CARTOON: YIKES! :o :-)
    DOODLE: It’s so much fun how each one looks so different! Like one looks like a pizza and another looks like a decorative wall hanging…etc. :-)
    HUGS!!! :-)


    • disperser says:

      Thanks, Carolyn. I’m trying to fly through a few of these so there’s not much to comment on unless one wants to check out the links. In your case, I think you’ve already read all of those, so you can skip them.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. The SS in motor vehicles was used before WWII, The SS100 was the forerunner to the Jaguar and changed it’s name to Jaguar in 1945.; but then I suppose you know all this and didn’t like to mention anything about superb/ class/ classic English auto-mobiles; did you?


  5. AnnMarie says:

    Those colorful doodles get my attention every time! I’m so appreciate this colorful planet and sky . . .

    Liked by 1 person

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