Sunday, April 5, 2015

Happy Easter from Daily Turismo

To celebrate Easter with our family, this ragtag group of internet pundits is taking the day off - and we suggest you do the same.  Or spend all day searching for good cheap used cars and send them into the tips box, we'll be back on Monday with more madness.

Image credit Don Gunn on flickr via creative commons.

14 comments:

  1. Happy Easter, Passover and whatever holiday you celebrate this weekend, everybody! Or, just have a GREAT day! Whichever works best for you.

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    1. Beware the rabbit of Caerbannog.

      [img]http://jhmdalton.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/monty-python-rabbit_400.jpg[/img]

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    2. Run away, run away!

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    3. Heh heh. Glad somebody got the reference. Either DTers are too young or they misplaced their sense of humor somewhere.

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  2. Happy Eostre , from which many other interpretations derive.

    Up here in the snow belt, this weekend is often the period of rebirth for our classic cars. Mine woke up on Friday but alas, more snow fell yesterday. Sigh.....

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    1. Do you observe the Pagan ways, Bobinott?

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    2. Let's just say that I think they have great value and relevance.

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    3. Very interesting! Though I'm not even remotely Pagan nor really have a tremendous interest in it, I have several acquaintances that are. Recently, one of them loaned me two books (I forget the titles) that talked about how modern holidays are connected to the old ways. As much as I could follow it, the information was interesting.

      To be connected to the seasons is a rather novel thing to an old California boy like me, though I haven't lived there in over 2 decades. I love the change in seasons very much even though I'm really tired of winter at this point. I need to hang up my parka, please.

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    4. I find it a bit of a bummer that my Pagan friends have to hide their beliefs. But it's understandable, given the world we live in. I mean really, who cares? They aren't victimizing anybody with it and it's their business as far as I'm concerned. They don't try to talk me into anything and I don't try to coerce them to my way of thinking either. Haven't we moved past all of that as a society?

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  3. Here's a little present from me to my fellow DTers. Are you a gearhead that's being bullied for your enthusiasm? Here's the solution!

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    1. And after he ran out of 98-lb weaklings, Charles Atlas branched out into other business interests .

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    2. Heh heh. He bends metal with his bare hands!

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  4. I am celebrating Easter by...uh, cleaning the garage and shop.

    The latter is really about two full day's work so...

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  5. @mrkwong - virtuous indeed, but you are going to make the rest of us look bad!

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