One of the recent fads that I find annoying is what I call “windshield families” – you know, those semi-stick figure decals that show all of the parents, kids and pets on the back window of their car. I started seeing these in California a few years ago and now they are all over the place. I can’t imagine why people do that.
I can however, appreciate ironic variants on the theme – like this one I saw in eastern Oregon last summer.
Light blogging for me this week. I am in Tucson at the 69th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference. I’m presenting a paper on an Early Ceramic period site that we excavated in northeastern Colorado last year. I’ll blog about that later.