The 1980′s one hit wonder from Nena.

Did you know Nena re-did ’99 Luft Balloons’ in 2009? Me neither. Originally done in German, then in English. Now it has bit o’ French in it too. At this point Nena should rename the song to 99 Languages. Which version do you like better? 80′s or now?

These are awesome conversation pieces and quite humorous, so they make it into our Funny Photo of the Day.

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Free Comic Book Day is an annual promotional effort by the North American comic book industry to help bring new readers into independent comic.

For one day only, on the first Saturday of May, participating Comic Book Shops across North America and around the world give away comic books for free (YES FREE) to anyone and everyone who comes into their stores. Even if your not a comic book fan why not take advantage and stop by your local comic book store.

Check out this website for more details.

We are starting a recurring Friday Food Post, with recipes, food articles and other foodtid bits. Enjoy!


Kohlrabi root is reminiscent of celery root, broccoli stem, and cabbage, with a bit of the hotness of radish and the sweetness of turnip.

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Simplicity rules with French illustrator Frédéric Poincelet’s landscape drawings.

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Zombified Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s iconic image, makes for an awesome t-shirt print by Marion Crumb.  Shirts available at Threadless.

Taking illustrations to new heights, Italian illustrator Alessandro Pautasso, based in Turin, Italy, gives his work a sense of fluidity and movement with splashes of color. He describes his own work as baroque and romantic with a thoroughly modern graphic aesthetic.

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