Dinosaurs and Robots

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Today, via a tip from my friend Brendan to check out a post on Boing Boing, I discovered the adorably titled blog Dinosaurs and Robots.  Today’s post on trash cars won me over right away, but I was further charmed by the mission statement: “Rather than focus on the newest trend, we will seek authentic, handy, rarefied, disgusting, illuminating, delicious, mysterious, intoxicating, commonplace, historic, intensely personal, entertaining and enlightened objects, both priceless heirlooms and exquisite trash.”

I’ll be tuning in for more examples of exquisite trash and sharing what I find from this and other blogs.  Of course, with friends also combing the Web and the world, this job becomes much easier.  Big ups to my tipsters, keep the trashy content coming!

Photo ripped from Boing Boing via Dinosaurs and Robots

3 Responses to “Dinosaurs and Robots”

  1. dumpstertaoist Says:

    No, big ups to you for having a trash blog.

    I have seen a few of those “trash cars” around town, especially when I lived in Albuquerque. Just a lot of eccentric people there. People with trash cars are compulsive hoarders obviously. My old documentary on dumpster diving will be online this weekend and you can see more of that kind of thing in it. I’ll hook you up with a link.

    dt

  2. everydaytrash Says:

    Sweet! Can’t wait.

  3. sims 4 beta Says:

    I was wondering if you ever considered changing the structure
    of your blog? Its very well written; I love what
    youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more in the way of
    content so people could connect with it better. Youve got an awful
    lot of text for only having one or two pictures.

    Maybe you could space it out better?

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