Trucks and Beer

After bringing you something profoundly hipster last week, I figure it’s only fair to jump to the other end of the spectrum and show you one of the most redneck things I’ve ever seen.

 

Hat for beer

 

I give you a baseball cap.  Advertising Ford.  With a bottle opener.

(Would it surprise you to learn that I found this at Wal*Mart?)

Trucks and beer, ladies and gentlemen.  Trucks and beer.

 

Bene vīvite.

If You Care

DO you care?

 

Don’t get me wrong – I think recycled products are great – but this tickled me as what has to be the most hipster brand name I’ve ever seen.  Can’t you just hear the faux-dismissive judgement dripping off of it?

“It’s best to buy this brand of wax paper.  You know,” – a shrug, a look to the side, eyebrow arching, lip turning up ever-so-slightly in simultaneous disdain and self-satisfaction – “if you care.”

They also make toilet paper.

 

Bene vīvite.

Village Panorama

 

The Village in Meridian

 

There’s a classy new(-ish) place in Meridian that I’ve been going to lately, consisting of a movie theater reminiscent of a fancy Las Vegas hotel, an always welcome array of new restaurants, and a large chunk of real estate wasted on a disappointing overabundance of hipster clothing stores.

I thought the main courtyard was snazzy enough to provide an excuse for a wide shot.  Should have moved the camera more slowly, though…

Or maybe it’s just that my mind is too frazzled to say anything interesting this week.  (>^-‘)>

 

Bene scribete.