Friday, April 08, 2005

Proof! I Have Proof!


Ha! I told you I have eyes! Ha! Posted by Hello

16 comments:

V said...

That is a very nice picture. The photographer is a genius.

Eli said...

Is all about having the sexy gorgeous subject matter.

NYMary said...

You look so disappointed. Were you adjusting to the news that Netflix does not have Exorcist 4?

Thanks for the Nick Cave!

Eli said...

I only have the three facial expressions. The other two are "grim" and "cranky".

Thersites said...

I have eyes too.

Bette Davis eyes.

Charlotte Smith said...

You, sir, are a handsome devil. Rrrrow!

ntodd said...

Those aren't eyes. Those are organic cameras obscura...

oldwhitelady said...

What a handsome gentleman. Who is that, again? What's his phone number?

Nice photo, Eli!

Jeffraham Prestonian said...

thersites: I have eyes too.

Bette Davis eyes.


I have Marty Feldman eyes.

G'night, boonmats!
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Ripley said...

Eli, I think I speak for all of us when I say...

I'm bluer than blue
Sadder than sad
You're the only life
This empty room has ever had

I just need a moment...hug?

Eli said...

Thanks, Charlotte & OWL.

Ripley: C'mere, you.

Spear and Magic said...

I know it's common practice to post early, youthful photos on the web, Eli, but the Nixon/Agnew button really gives you away on this one. Does this photo date from the 1968 campaign or the 1972?

Unless you want us all thinking that you're really in your 60s, you're either going to have to post a photo of yourself (with eyes!) holding a recent newspaper, or else point out something in this posted photo that wasn't around before Watergate.

Eli said...

Nice try, S&M, but you are overlooking the non-sooty Pittsburgh sky behind me, proving that this photo must date from the mid-80s at the earliest.

Spear and Magic said...

Ah, you've got me there. Plus I see blurry blue street signs behind you, near the streetlights. Pittsburgh didn't get those until Sophie Masloff had them put up in the late '80s early '90s. Apparently before that, street signs were few and far between. Pittsburgh is hard enough as it is to navigate--imagine it without reliable signage!

Eli said...

Pittsburgh has reliable signage? Where?

Anonymous said...

Neat pic, Eli!
Helga from down under