Saturday, August 27, 2016

Kid Clobbers Clowns

I spent the day with the Kid Brother today. We walked; we talked seriously; we chatted; we did Abbott & Costello, The Honeymooners, Superman, and Get Smart routines.

We ate Nathan´s hot dogs and fries. We drank root beer sodas. He played skeeball and we both played arcade games. We shopped. We had a great time together. But the highlight for us both, I think, was when he knocked out a bunch of clowns.

(Click for the bigger picture.)

AT THE 100-YEAR-OLD ORIGINAL NATHAN'S .
THE KID BROTHER IS AN ORIGINAL, TOO, JUST NOT AS OLD.
THE COLOR-COORDINATED KID BROTHER IN FRONT OF ONE OF THIS YEAR'S CONEY ART WALLS.
(LOTS MORE OF THESE GREAT WORKS TO COME...)
CLOBBERING THE HIGH-POINT CLOWNS FIRST.
SELFIE SIBLINGS POST-CLOWNS.

17 comments:

  1. what splendid colour! what marvelous photos!

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  2. 😘😘😘😘😁⭕️❌⭕️❌⭕️❌

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  3. Sounds like a lovely day for both of you!

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  4. Fantastic Mitch!!
    Those art walls are specKIDular!!

    What brotherly connecting love!

    Cheers!

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  5. Very sweet! Love to Chuck!

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  6. Any of your Coney Island posts always remind me of Mr Robot. :) which is a teevee show, some of which is filmed and set there.

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  7. I love the Coney Art picture.

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  8. Quality time, time well spent

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  9. Awww :) I especially love that big smile of yours in the last photo, Mitchell :)

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  10. Gosh that sounds like a perfect day!

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  11. Kind of nice that you are getting to spend some good time with your brother albeit under crappy circumstances.

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  12. A great day and looks like it was free of rain as well.

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  13. You both appear to enjoy each other's company. How wonderful.

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  14. The 'kid' looks a lot younger here than the previous photo you had of him as a 'permanent' feature of your blog page. Before, I thought he looked older than you, but now......:-)

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