Saturday, February 14, 2015

Saturday fun activity: Where IS this?


     I'm not sure what drew me to this chief.
     The fine detailing on the feathers of his war bonnet, surely.
     Maybe the almost-semitic arch to his nose.
     Something of a sneer, facing into the cutting Chicago wind.
     Or maybe I just thought, "This'll stump 'em."
     Which of course it won't.
     But a guy can try.
     So puzzle over this one. 
     I'm in California, bopping around the Parents Weekend events at Pomona College.
     So I won't be able to render the verdict until late in the day.
     Unless you get this very quickly.
     As you tend to do.
     The winner receives a bag of fine Bridgeport coffee. 
     Which I never get tired of drinking.
     So place your guesses below, and good luck. 

17 comments:

  1. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ state street bridge

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  2. As to the Semitic nose, artist George Catlin seriously maintained that certain Indians were descendants of the lost tribes of Israel, publishing a list of Hebrew words and equivalent Indian ones that were similar in sound supposedly.

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  3. Off topic but as per some stories in the Sat. STimes, I wonder if certain Afr. Amer. reporters at the ST or Jesse Jackson, would care as much if a white team were disqualified.

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    1. I wonder if the Beverly whistleblower would have looked into it if the winning team was from Hinsdale

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    2. so,,, Tate, they may be reverse racists

      but as to Joe's comment, maybe/ maybe not

      I feel bad for the kids, but their adult managers were wrong

      rules can't be broken just cause someone come from a less privileged group

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  4. Roosevelt University?

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  5. The Art Institute Or Chicago History Museum

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    1. You got it James, congratulations. Nearly 9 a.m. -- a triumph for me. Email me your address at dailysteinberg@gmail.com and I'll mail you your coffee.

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    2. You're going to go broke, Mr S. with all these coffee purchases and mailings. Save it for college costs.

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    3. Thanks for your concern, James, though Bridgeport is a sponsor. They GIVE me the coffee. Still, if you don't want it, no problem. More for me.

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    4. That's not James who wrote that about the cost.

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  7. Take the coffee. I would. I'm dying to try it. Good for Neil. Good for the Blog. Good for Bridgeport. Everyone wins.

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    1. Paul -- If James spurn his coffee, I'll send his prize to you. NS

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