The Cheviot Hills home where Ray Bradbury lived for 50 years was demolished. Here are some before and after images.
Woman diners either side of us at a Mexican restaurant fast good food slap and dash-it-up sit there solo with a fork in their one hand, the smart phone in the other, constant company. The versatility of one hand holding (clapping?) the roll of the thumb moving a screen
in what Ray Bradbury correctly predicted 60 years ago.
I meant to put up on the BH a photograph of his modest home in Los Angeles before the city bulldozed it down.
Who knows for what reason? "It was banal" so says one!
Pleasant looking yellow canary settles onto a palm frond home.
Bradbury one of the marvels who foresaw our authoritarian and screen nightmare culture.