Twirling a pitchfork, used to shovel manure, around in a chicken coop with a barely clothed woman... I can only imagine how the shades she's wearing are hiding how her eyes were keeping up with the pitchfork every time he waved it around, ready to jump back if necessary. Certainly made me nervous to watch it.
Jesus saves... by shopping at Walmart!
That would have been passive aggresive, Thirdeye and we all know that would never fly in Arcata... well, actually...
With creds like that, she should be the 5th District Supervisor appointing Ryan to the Planning Commission.
The man in the first photo is too young to be wearing that cardigan. The NCJ should photoshop some knitting needles sticking out of the pocket to give it context. The other guy seemed confused about the function of the sleeves on the jacket. Or maybe it's a subtle dig that we up here in redwood country are too lazy to wear our clothes properly.
Since no one else is going to ask it, I will. Who's the cute brunette with him, clearly seen holding the umbrella in the last photo. Yowza!
The Journal's gonna scoop another award or two with this article. Compelling and insightful, I couldn't put it down. My 10 year daughter even read it. What an eye opener for her, as it showed that the issue at hand is not black and white. Excellent job, Heidi!
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In Print This Week:
Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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