We'll Never See All of His RIGHT HAND

The interesting fellow with the thin fingers and the odd hair has a secret. We'll never actually know what his right hand looks like. I'm presuming it's just a reverse of his left hand, but who really knows. Not exactly one of the mysteries of life, but come on. Open up your right hand.

Interestingly, her hand looks the same as his only smaller. Same long fingers. Shall we call them slim pickens?

The real joy in this photo is seeing him and the lady so happy. At least he appears happy. She looks content. Sometimes content is enough.

And I finally found the first photo I'd posted of him back in November of 2014. For him, his hair is a bit messy and I feel as if he's about to tap-dance out of the frame at any minute. A little shuffle off to Centralia.



  1. Looking a bit more fully into Centralia (after giggling at this dude's hair) I see there are several others - one in North Dakota, Washington state, Missouri, Kansas (now a ghost town too!) and Illinois.

    I'm thinking while this guy is "ethnically" a coal miner possibility (read Italian?) - he sure doesn't look like one - Centralia, Washington is (or was) a lumber town. I hope this dude was very careful around wood saws!

    1. Perhaps he was a bank teller. He's got the long fingers for sorting through bills. Or and accountant and he wore one of those little green visors an bands on his shirt sleeves. He was obviously a hairstylist on himself. Such an odd dude do,.

  2. Flattop Jones from Dick Tracy.