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    TheUnrequitedTV says:

    "...Jordan's stream is a wonder, and I never fail to be amazed at the amount of ephemera he has collected. I have often joked to him that his site must be some sort of portal to solving the mysteries of the universe, but even if that never comes to pass in the literal sense, the time spent exploring all his stuff will be like a magic carpet ride through the history of Americana..."

    September 22nd, 2011

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    epicharmus says:

    "Mr. Pie Shops owns one of the Great Flickr Accounts of the Western World."

    April 19th, 2011

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    actionlog says:

    "My very favorite flickr member and inspiration for creating my own flickr account.

    Generous and gratious with his wonderful images, ranging from amazing vintage advertisemtents, to incredibly neat old postcards, to mind blowing kodachrome slides.

    Users should take lessons from Jordan's pride in SHARING, as opposed to hoarding which is what many flickr members do."

    December 24th, 2009

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    Space Needle says:

    "WOW!!!"

    November 16th, 2009

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    traylorillo says:

    ""What Makes The Pie Shops Tick" has an amazing collection of ephemera from the 50s and 60s including loads of awesome vintage advertising. It's crazy nostalgic, kitchy and wide-eyed with the innocent wonder of a bygone era -- a sure bet for spending hours surfing just to see what's next."

    June 18th, 2009

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    loungelistener says:

    "Jordan's photostream is a fun and fascinating place to explore. Get settled in, as you'll be spending quite a while browsing and being wisked back in memories."

    July 18th, 2009

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    Mr Burlesk says:

    "This photostream is enormous fun; great retro ads, postcards, catalogs, and ephemera. Nice scans, too! 'Course, every time I see that moniker about the pie shops I get hungry, though..."

    April 20th, 2009

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    naslrogues says:

    "Fun House has fantastic images that illustrate the perfect world shown in vintage advertising that so many of us long for. His photostream is a vintage fan's oasis! Thanks Fun House!"

    November 30th, 2008

Name:
cardboardamerica@gmail.com Jordan Smith
Joined:
October 2008
I am:
Male and Taken
Website:
Cardboard America
Email:
pieshops [at] gmail.com