Fort Wayne native Zack Klein has designed a reusable cotton tote bag with a green Indiana printed on it.
"Each is screen-printed by hand, so they're unique and quirky." - ZK
The totes are 100% unbleached cotton canvas and measure 14" wide and 16" tall. Most laptops fit inside easily. "Oh, they're washable too, but will fade a little bit over time. Actually, I like them better as they get older."
$8 - shipping included. Go green. Go Indiana.
I see trees of green........ red roses too
I see em bloom..... for me and for you
And I think to myself.... what a wonderful world.
Since their number and website where plastered over the back of the van, I decided to call them. Surely the manager would want to know that they have a dangerous driver.
First, what happened? I was driving Washington center in the lane to turn on coldwater. (Right past the Wal-Mart entrance.) The van came out of the Arby’s parking lot and crossed 4 lanes stopping a few feet from my car. My girlfriend yelled and I slammed on my breaks. Luckily I didn’t hit the van.
What did they say when I called? The lady on the phone told me that the driver does not represent the company. She asked me what I would like her to do. I told her to tell the manager. She then responded that the driver was the manager.
So here I am. The manager drives recklessly and the company doesn’t care. I’m never going to use a service that behaves in this way and I’m recommending that everyone else avoid them as well.
- Current Mood: annoyed
As you can imagine, I miss interaction with people, so please add me or come for a chat in my channel on JTV, anytime i am on
im trying to find a rental home for my family; husband, myself, and 3 daughters. also have a boxer, who is 5. well trained etc.
We want to find a home in between ft. wayne and Huntington Indiana. prefer being closer to huntington as we are moving up there to take care of a family member of mine who lives in Huntington. Mine and my husbands jobs are transfering to ft.wayne.
i cannot find shite online about huntington. not even a number to call for a property manager.
i might just suck at google right now but im starting to think there is just nothing available.
We do want a site that has photos on it, or a number to call or something ? anything?
i know nothnig about ft. wayne either, so any areas i should avoid or look for would be good information for me. any info would be nice actually.
we are planning on moving in early to mid jan, and looking for a 3 bedroom at least home.
have a budget of 900 ish but the cheaper the better.
thank you in advance
i am also looking for a roommate, but I don't think that this is the place to search for one.
- Current Mood: bored
Their gingerbread version of the Headwaters Park landmark joins 105 creative displays in the 23rd annual event which serves as a fundraiser for the History Center.
Go! Enjoy! Admire! Enhale! Just don't eat!
I have been silent for awhile. Now I’m back, and am bringing with me a whole new blog. If you ever found anything I’ve written in the past even mildly interesting, then I would be happy to have you follow me to the new blog:
I hope you make the trip.
This is the only time I will post on LJ again, and obviously the last time I x-post anything. The new blog will be daily as much as possible, so I'd love to see all of you regularly.
- Current Location:A whole new desk in a whole new place - and its mine
- Current Mood:busy
- Current Music:My love getting out of the shower - yippee!
The Embassy Theatre has a Downtown Fort Wayne Fright Night horror film classic scheduled for October 25 at 7PM - Nosferatu.
The silent film will feature Dennis James on the Grande Page pipe organ.
Nosferatu was originally a Dracula rip-off, an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel that resulted in a successful copyright infringement law suit after which all copies of the film were ordered destroyed. The decree came a little late as the film had already been distributed around the world. Now in the public doman, Nosferatu, is considered a horror film classic and makes a fitting compliment to other Halloween festivities being offered in Fort Wayne this fall.
Just a word of warning, though, this vampire is nowhere near the classy (albeit deadly) representation that Bela Lugosi successfully stereotyped in his 1931 film. Nosferatu takes vampires to a new, rodent-like low. But hey, it's still fun and with James on the pipe organ, it should make for a unique seasonal experience.
The Embassy Theatre
Saturday, October 25 at 7PM
$7 adults, $4 students