What? Where Am I?

Old Babes today

Well, it almost happened. A missed day. I apologize to the early risers. As mentioned I have been on a job shooting for three days and last night we decided to take the train home. It was late, and it was packed. Yes, afte3 three 14hr days, nothing is more refreshing than a 3 hr train ride. I do have stories, but its saturday.. I think its Saturday and I just woke up. At 9! What the hell? And I am gonna drive home, so my head is spinning, and I think if its possible to still be a sleep while writing this. I will insert some photos of babes to make DIM happy.. And well… ZZZZZZZZZ

Is this the throttle?



She doesnt look to commanding to me.

Bob, go get some Gals and lets take a picture

Ya.. Thats a train wreck. Darla just cant figure out how to pose

Big Guns!

11 replies
  1. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P )
    Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P ) says:

    Im getting old. I look at the picture of Natalie Wood and my first thought was, is that a Fast Twin or a Big Twin Evinrude. I am not one of the early boaters so I didn’t notice you were later. Enjoy the rest of your day Matt.

    • Ed S
      Ed S says:

      1955 Fleetwin 7 1/2,

      BTW. in that 2nd picture (“Is this the throttle?) that electric pushbutton shift was one of OMC’s worst ideas ever.

      Hope you got some needed sleep, Matt.

  2. Rick
    Rick says:

    A woody bar. Blue Point Brewery has made this functional woody into a bar at the Tobay Boat Show on Long Island a couple of weeks ago.

  3. Briant
    Briant says:

    Ha in that last photo the first thing I noticed was that it looked like that Facebook CEO Zuckerburg bugger was really perving out on her….er uh, upper torso.

    BTW, belong here on the West Coast, we didnt know that Matt slept in at all….looks all fine and dandy.

    And thank you Troy.

  4. Grant Leslie
    Grant Leslie says:

    My dad served as a medical lieutenant with a Canadian Motor Torpedo Boat (MTB) squadron during WW II. I understand that unlike the Elco PT’s that were planked the Canadian and British equivalents were molded plywood. I wonder if anyone knows of any documentary on the construction of the MTB’s many of which were built in Mahone Bay Nova Scotia Canada?

    Grant L.

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