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Pancakes & Bacon

Food, Video Games, Music, and Vancouver.

illustratedvancouver:

Souvenir of Vancouver, BC; another pennant you may enjoy. I’m sure there’s lots more out there. Featured here: the RCMP at the Courthouse (now Art Gallery), Burrard Inlet, Indian Totem Poles at Stanley Park, and Lions Gate Bridge, again with a mistaken apostrophe. Perhaps this pennant is from the same era as the infamous silk pillowcase!

I just bought this at The Found and the Freed. They found it in Montana.

illustratedvancouver:

Souvenir of Vancouver, BC; another pennant you may enjoy. I’m sure there’s lots more out there. Featured here: the RCMP at the Courthouse (now Art Gallery), Burrard Inlet, Indian Totem Poles at Stanley Park, and Lions Gate Bridge, again with a mistaken apostrophe. Perhaps this pennant is from the same era as the infamous silk pillowcase!

I just bought this at The Found and the Freed. They found it in Montana.

pixelclash:

Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Master System.

pixelclash:

Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Master System.

(via kartridges)

brotherbrain:

Home Alone’s Kevin: IRL vs. 8-bit.And here’s Arnold.

brotherbrain:

Home Alone’s Kevin: IRL vs. 8-bit.
And here’s Arnold.

(via brotherbrain)

maegandawn:

Steaky. 

(Source: sirheisenberg, via rumours)

pasttensevancouver:

Harry Houdini, Thursday 1 March 1923
The Marvellous Houdini escaping from a straight jacket while dangling outside the Sun building to promote his show at the Pantages. This building burned down in the 1930s and the Vancouver Sun moved across the street into what’s still known as the Sun Tower.
Hi rez.
Source: Photo by WJ Moore (cropped), City of Vancouver Archives #Port N100

pasttensevancouver:

Harry Houdini, Thursday 1 March 1923

The Marvellous Houdini escaping from a straight jacket while dangling outside the Sun building to promote his show at the Pantages. This building burned down in the 1930s and the Vancouver Sun moved across the street into what’s still known as the Sun Tower.

Hi rez.

Source: Photo by WJ Moore (cropped), City of Vancouver Archives #Port N100

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