In New York City Vacation 2007 Wordless Wednesday I snapped this out in the plaza at Rockefeller Center. That’s Matt Lauer looking toward the camera. The gentleman in profile is Curtis Stone, the Take Home Chef, and that’s Meredith Viera in the beige suit with her back to the camera. wordless wednesday Thanks for reading “Colloquium”! Prev Post More Thoughts on Real Writing Next Post Friday’s Feast #139 Related Posts The Lady Keeps Watch Friday, April 23, 2010 Lady Liberty Thursday, April 22, 2010 Wordless Wednesday Wednesday, April 14, 2010 13 Comments Holly Schwendiman 13 years ago What’s it a picture of? It almost looks like something you’d expect to see on a TV set or something. Hugs,Holly Chris 13 years ago Is that an old photo, or in a mirror? Very interesting… Michelle 13 years ago Hmmm . . . I see with your tags . .that is Matt Laurer? Did you go to a filming?Happy WW! Simone 13 years ago Interesting. Seems like we might need to read your blog to get the answers to all the questions asked above. Cyndi 13 years ago Thanks for stopping by my WW! I agree it’s too cold for April 11th! LOL It’s been snowing for 2.5 days here! Thankfully we’re warming back up today! oh amanda 13 years ago cool! It took me a minute to figure out what it was until I read your tags! (thanks for stopping by my ww!) colleen m 13 years ago thanks for stopping by my blog! The picture I took was on the beach in Santa Monica. It as the set of a music video. the entire set was so moving as was the song — it was a rapper sorry I dont know his name. I left crying. The sun setting on the Pacific just made it even more powerful. Love your commentary on the Sopranos!!! Duchess 13 years ago Wow, great experience and photo.Thanks for visiting me. Here is the story behind Intercourse, Pa. Intercourse was founded in 1754. The community was originally named Cross Keys, after a local tavern. Intercourse became the name in 1814, and there are various theories to explain this; one possibility is that the name derived from a race course, the “Entercourse”, at the intersection of the town’s two major roads. Another is that at the time, the word “intercourse” had commercial connotations relating to business transactions, and that the area was named “Intercourse” in hopes that it would become a center of commerce. “Sexual intercourse” was a secondary, legalistic meaning of the term, roughly analogous to the sexual meaning of “congress” as in “sexual congress”. As the more general use of the term fell out of popular usage, the narrower meaning became the term’s primary connotation. Now that the town’s major industry is tourism, the name serves as an excellent attraction. Anonymous 13 years ago i was going to comment and say what i thought it was then i noticed all your labels and confirmed what i thought!anyway… thanks for visiting my blog but i have to tell you… when i saw that i had an attorney comment on my blog.. specifically that wordless wednesday, my first thought was oh god, an ambulance chaser or someone commenting about my legal rights because of the pix! and no, it’s my 5 year olds leg.. he dropped a 25lb. weight on his foot from my hubby’s weight bench!killiredkillired.blogspot.com Barbara 13 years ago Hmmmm – I still don’t get it, even after reading the labels. Is it just a scene from the Today Show? kailani 13 years ago What is that? Looks like a photo of some sort of stage production. Loving Annie 13 years ago Good Friday morning Janie ! elasticwaistbandlady 13 years ago It’s New York. Where, oh where, are the spit and polish window washing multitudes?