Whoa!, there are 2,586 images of classic and old fire trucks!! in this site. According to site, the Antique Fire Brigade "was established in January 2006 and is currently based out of Orange, California, and Hope, Indiana" Also, according to the founders their purpose is "to provide useful information about antique, historical, and unique fire apparatus, as well as numerous quality pictures, online through our website"
Antique Fire Brigade
March 8, 2008
March 7, 2008
This is an interesting simple site. You can can "build" a pizza of your choice. You have the choices of the crust thickness, sauce and the toppings. On the left of the page, there is a nutrition data that changes whenever you add or eliminate an ingredient. You basically "play" with your pizza "base".
Virtual Pizza Parlor
March 6, 2008
March 4, 2008
This is one cool Futurliner. I would very much love to see it in person!
According to this site (see image above) "This is Futurliner #10. It was one of 12 built by GM for the Parade of Progress show in the 40s and 50s. Restoration, by a dedicated crew of volunteers, began in 1999. A display for the interior has been built by the volunteers but it is still hoped that GM will allow the American Crossroads display (the only original display remaining) to be restored and displayed in the Futurliner."
March 3, 2008
Now this is an interesting subject for a blog. A blog about vintage disneyland tickets. I would have never thought of it. There are also posts about the Magic Mountain and Knott's Berry Farm.
Vintage Disneyland Tickets blog
"DIAL B for BLOG" is a cool comic blog, about all kind of stuff. Such as comic books, Frank Frazetta, and the movies (like The Fantastic Four). Note to Mac users: I'm having trouble using the archives via Mozilla, but it is working great in Safari.
Thank you Antje for the link.
DIAL B for BLOG
March 2, 2008
This site has British TV and radio nostalgia starting decades ago to present. They have all kind of stuff that like the vintage "Radio Times" magazines and the tv channels history. There is also a section for th 80's among other things. If you want to see the vintage magazines (radio times), go to "telly years". I only see the "Radio Times" magazine covers though. Where are the "TV Times" covers?
TV & Radio Bits
"The yuckiest site on the internet" has been around like forever. I've used it a few time for references. It's for kids, but heck, we adults can enjoy it too! It's entertaining and easy to follow. Now, this topic here is called "yucky gross and cool body". They got all this stuff that you normally, and probably, wouldn't even ask your doctor. Well, maybe not some of them.
The Yuckiest Site On The Internet