The winning shots will be on display December 15-25 at the Jalopy
Theater and School of Music located at 315 Columbia Street, Brooklyn, New York.
Packing themselves into an old jalopy
along side Daddy, Uncle Vern, and Mama in the front seat and Cassie and her two brothers in the back, the family joined the Great Migration from the impoverished Deep South to Chicago, where there was work to be had in the stockyards.
I am banished into the garage as old Millie the family jalopy
requires some TLC, and she want me to do a shopping run.
The title of the article, written by Alex, is "Time To Get Rid Of The Old Jalopy
It does make me wonder, though, how they can manage to park a vehicle that's 540million miles away, while I struggle to guide my jalopy
into the driveway without skelping a large Leylandii.
The earth is scorched red where he wanders, surely, his guitar worn through by the storms that batter the old jalopy
to which it is lashed.
To learn how to replace your flapper, put on your glad rags, jump in your jalopy
and come join the caper.
just some jalopy
that gets to the end of the road will do - so it'll have to be somewhere that doesn't have a f***in DVLA or fuel duty that squeezes you a bit harder every couple of months.
3) If they "get in the way," and so hinder some human purpose, becoming "obstinate" (Inwood 1999: 129)--the "jalopy
" just mentioned, if stationed instead in the garage, may get in the way in the sense of occupying the space that should normally be allotted for a new car: the jalopy
becomes "obstinate" when the new car is bought and the old car proves to be just too heavy to be removed by a single person or an entire family.
The latter even lived in the knackered exhaust pipe of an abandoned 1940s jalopy
, which had also been conveniently dumped right next to the world's most telegenic cactus.
It's real excitin' - we get to go on a roadshow in an old-fashioned jalopy
, lookin' for the best singin' and dancin' talent around.
Soon the jalopy
you bought because it was cheap will become a moving money pit or, just as likely, a static, space-wasting experiment into the processes of automotive decomposition.