I found a few family photos taped to the blank pages of the hardcover booklet that came with the Dock Boggs CD I bought. there's a (1950s?) polaroid of a young couple standing in front of a fireplace, a polaroid (also '50s?) of two boys and two middle aged ladies on a porch, and a color photo (1980s or '90s?) of a family (mom + dad and four kids) sitting on one side of a kitchen table. there's also a sentimental note from "Ron, Jr." to his brother Bill. all that stuff must've really hurt the resale value of the CD, because I got it for ≈$8 at a time when copies were going for ten times that much on Amazon.
― administratieve blunder (unregistered), Friday, 25 February 2011 21:48 (2 years ago) Permalink
I would've been more impressed if the ppl in the photos were spooky Depression-era southerners. they look pretty normal as far as I can tell.
― administratieve blunder (unregistered), Friday, 25 February 2011 21:51 (2 years ago) Permalink
in a library book I found one of those fake dollar bills with an angel in the place of the dead president and cutesy details like "Jesus Christ paid for all debts, public and private". I was disappointed that it wasn't actual money.
― administratieve blunder (unregistered), Friday, 25 February 2011 21:55 (2 years ago) Permalink