Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Caption This Photo (#84)

Hmmm.

I really need help with this one.

17 comments:

Judy Williams said...

You got me.....

I was trying to think of clever words starting with E,S and T but I haven't had enough coffee yet.

Mister Earl said...

"Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I'm... 66?"


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Mister Earl said...

Erhard

Pasadena Adjacent said...

EST.1946

JF said...

The tile store is located at 1946 E. Street.

Anonymous said...

Established (in) 1946 C.E.

(C.E. anyone? Mr. E. would know.)

Trish said...

was thinking this was Halvorson's...but I think that was '43.

but my guess: Estimated occupancy 1946, Current Estimate by SFFD.

Other than a couple of rooms at the schools, perhaps Von's/Pavilions/OSH, not sure many other buildings in SPas qualify to hold that many people at one time.

Anonymous said...

Laurie, you're making it hard on yourself by finding things you need help with.

Anonymous said...

Hey, I was established in 1946!

Mister Earl said...

"C.E." = Christian Era, a way that Jews (and maybe others) designate years after Jesus. Christian designation: BC = Before Christ AD = Anno Domini (i.e. after Christ). Non-Christian designation: BCE = Before Christian Era CE = Christian Era.

Mister Earl said...

Trish: There's no animal known as "estimated occupancy." The FD designates "maximum occupancy." No estimating about that!

TheChieftess said...

I just remembered I forgot my coffee...no wonder this doesn't make any sense...

Mister Earl said...

Elaboration: CE and BCE are often said to mean Common Era, Current Era, or Christian Era.

Judy Williams said...

wv: mersorsa

When Mercer Mayer makes a mimosa while dancing salsa

Ysabelle said...

I'm try my best to help you...I will search it on my browser :D



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Trish said...

I was going to say Mr Earl...current verbiage is Common Era, Before Common Era.

My next guess---the tiles at the Y pool, estimating how many laps...does the ticker jump up after each lap?

Emerald said...

Easy, it was the year I was born...