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Kraftwerk


is the German word for "". This is in . This shot was taken from the east shore of . This is currently my new favorite view in ...

Kraftwerk

Anaheim, CA


Anaheim, CA is brought to you by: jack and others

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Indiana Jones

author: jack : Anaheim, CA
Wednesday, June 18th, 2008


 

Indiana Jones

author: jack : Anaheim, CA


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This is the set of indiana jones at world's movies . enjoy as jones defeats the evil powers.



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Oxford St


Oxford St at Whitlam Square, on my walk home last night.

Oxford St

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Classic Cars 1 - 1955 Chevy


I hope I got the model and year of this one correct... 1955 Chevrolet 210 four-door sedan My friend and I went to the A&W in Chateauguay last September and saw these in the parking lot. When the weather is good, the...

Classic Cars 1 - 1955 Chevy

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Ode To Richard Pryor


by on near Commonwealth. Richard Pryor on Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Pryor I didn't know his full name was Richard Franklin Lennox Thomas Pryor III

Ode To Richard Pryor