"Near Village Square, but that's off of Lindbergh Blvd. The general directions would be, from I-270, you take the Brown Rd exit / McDonnell-Douglas Blvd and head northwest, then at the 2nd light make another left onto Dunn Rd, then an…"
"I lived in the first subdivision off Dunn Rd from Howdershell (not the apartments, but a house on English Oak Drive) from 1980-1990, so naturally I started going to Fritz's Frozen Custard right after they opened in 1983. I moved to a…"
The usual reasons: it's truly democratic (if you ignore the poor folks who don't have mail service) and it is NECESSARY for my soul to create/share art in such a fashion. I can't quite put a finger on why I went from collecting stamps to making my own stamps when in my early teens thinking I was the only weirdo on the planet to do such a thing.
06.10.19 Dare Mister Bradford,...was pleased to see your commentary regarding "Wild Bill" Hickok as I had often wondered but never asked....& what did you think of the HBO series "Deadwood"??? You must surely have some sort of realistic insight. I'm fairly easily entertained but I thought it was one of the best so called " "westerns" ever. & was surprized to learn how much I enjoyed the foul-mouthed character "Calamity Jane" with what seemed to be "a heart of gold". Happy Trails, Richard Canard
What's this Bradford; another believer in the etiquette of airmail? Can there really be two of us? I have always thought that there was a lot of mileage to be found amongst the other ephemera found on mail besides stamps. Glad to have found a fellow traveller . . .
Strictly speaking, I am not a collector, but I use materials sent to me, in collages. I carefully paste your stamps on my collages, they will become part of the new art. Dear Bradford, how do you like this idea?
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