I know, I know every has hated on the Washington National’s W logo and how it looks a lot like the Walgreen’s logo but I found a logo that looks much more like National’s logo.
Seasoned son, MADE IN THE USA.
This cast iron skillet that I bought used at Eastern Market one weekend was, according to the internet, made between 1935-1959 and looks a lot like the stylized “W” in the Wagner Ware logo.
Today DC Taxi Cabs are staging a protest by causing traffic slowdowns in D.C.
Their main complaints are about services like Uber and Lyft.
- Uber will drive people out of NW on weekends
- Uber does not discriminate by race when picking people up
- Uber will drive people to SE and not claim they are off duty when asked
- Uber never claims the credit card machine isn’t working
A local taxi driver, who requested to only be identified as “Schlechter Mensch,” complained “First they moved from the zone system that I could use milk a few dollars out of people who didn’t know better, to the meters which have such high fees Manhattanites think I’m ripping them off. Then I’m not supposed to talk on the phone the whole ride.” He told me while clipping a passing cyclist and throwing a cigarette butt out of the window.
Taxi drivers in DC, whose moral compass ranks right up there war profiteers and oil executives, will likely keep on complaining about this to every unfortunate rider.
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Shorpy always has some great images this one doesn’t disappoint.
You claim to buy from local and independent vendors well here is your chance to step up and prove it. The Worthy Brothers are premiering their new film “The Jackie Movie”
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
E Street Cinema
555 11th Street NW Washington, DC
7:00 PM | $10
Purchase Your Tickets or be shunned when you visit your local bar.
DC residents hit the bars to drown their furlough sorrows