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Parked on 8th St.
TheWhoFarm (aka The White House Organic Farm Project) is a non-partisan, petition-based initiative to respectfully request that our 44th President oversee the planting of an organic farm on the grounds of The White House, our nation’s First Home, at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC.
The White House Organic Farm Project is petitioning the next president to plant an edible garden on his lawn.
An interesting site on my street late one evening.
Go to the website at www.thewhofarm.org
Maybe sign the petition.
That is if you want a garden to be made out of the whitehouse front lawn.
(mmm... meatless links + basted eggs...)
Neo-Dali-esque without all the droopy stuff.
This one was secretly one that I bought, shipped from New Zealand (which is a bit embarrassing), and I didn't actually eat it here. Hollywood magic at its best; my vest is actually CGI and the bike is powered by midgets.
we're attempting to generate as little garbage as possible... We can't really do anything about the trash can across from us except for watch it evolve...
Note Gucci bag... FAO Schwarz is right behind us - the other day i looked at this trash can and there was an FAO Schwarz bag sitting there - so basically it made it about 20 feet from the store to the garbage can. Yeah, that's some sustainability talking right there!
Apple's flagship store on 59th street and Central Park... crawling with tourists. An Apple's an Apple, folks...
Teenagers from Louisiana asking questions and getting interested in local food.