Magnum Returns

fallingwater.jpgSeveral years ago I went through a Frank Lloyd Wright phase.  I think it was a combination of reading Ayn Rand and Wright’s embrace of a design style that was completely different from the humdrum ordinariness of the Midwest to which I had grown accustomed.  And it also had a lot to do with his masterpiece, Fallingwater.  The thing that really set it apart was the waterfall.  Who wouldn’t want to have a house built on a waterfall?

Today I still think the house looks amazing and I still love the idea of a house built on a waterfall. 

But then I discovered the true definition of amazing:

selleck_pastrami.jpgThat’s right.  Tom Selleck+Sandwiches+Waterfalls.  What does it equal?  Nothing short of life-changing.  Add in the fact that this particular picture features one of Michigan’s finest wearing the old English “D” alongside a sandwich made of pastrami, god’s gift to the deli counter, and I think we can all agree that we may have discovered the answer to that age-old question, What is the meaning of life?

I know this is all a bit heavy for a Friday afternoon but I hope you can still enjoy your weekend even while contemplating the awe-inspiring brilliance of Selleck, Waterfall, Sandwich.

-A

-Thanks to L for the Selleck/Waterfall/Sandwich link

7 Comments

A,
Beautiful pictures! There is something so soothing about a waterfall.. ahhhh….

I went to BJ’s restaurant and Brewery for lunch (raining hard here) so I am stuff but I love pastramis! Here in the L.A. area you have to go to The Hat or Johnny’s Pastramis for good ones!
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I have never gone through a Frank Lloyd Wright phase, although I have enjoyed the Simon and Garfunkel song. I have read some Ayn Rand. Magnum P.I. is one of my all time favorite shows……………………………………………and yet this blog was still really weird.
Nice work. God bless Tom Selleck and sandwiches.

I have never gone through a Frank Lloyd Wright phase, although I have enjoyed the Simon and Garfunkel song. I have read some Ayn Rand. Magnum P.I. is one of my all time favorite shows……………………………………………and yet this blog was still really weird.
Nice work. God bless Tom Selleck and sandwiches.

Nice…I knew that was going to happen….double commented again…thanks mlblogs for making me look stupid…again.

So is anyone getting a salad with that sandwich? ;)

Mmmm……a pastrami sandwich sounds good at 4:30 in the morning. I’ll have to make one when I get home in the morning and eat it while watching ‘Mr. Baseball’.
Mike
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Al loves him some Tom Selleck Tossed Salad… so I hear. (Hope that answers your question, Greg :-)
–Jeff

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