Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Zombie Knitter, Aug 10, 2012.
Seems a little on the biased side.
I'm sure they've had problems in the past that forced them to do that. Six Flags has similar rules.
My Mother-in-law is in town and took my daughter to have her first salon haircut. She also got a manicure, a glitter tattoo, and a new stuffed toy!
My wife took this one a few days ago and it gave me a good chuckle. On the weekends I will sit in this chair, have a coffee, and a read a few comic books. Most of the time my cat Gimli will jump up and sit in my lap. My daughter went to a great deal of effort to "read comic books like Daddy", right down to having her stuffed toy cat join her!
As always, your daughter is adorable! And when I see that top pic I get such a huge pang of longing for New York. Damn it, I really like that city.
Got a more proper pic taken of me in my kilt
More in the "What are you wearing" thread for those interested.
Squiggy is going to consider this a threat and a challenge.
There can be only one.
Bring it on. I've got several katanas, not to mention Viking berserking rage in my blood.
A new Saturday afternoon tradition is born.
Was at the mall last night, when I returned to my car to leave this was parked next to me.
Oh man, this is heavy.
Damn kids. They went for the Mr. Fusion this time. You should never leave a time machine parked for too long after dark.
I drew this for a lady friend of mine. She may or may not use it as a tattoo...
Today I saw a really cool, quiet bit of feminist activism. These little girls in white (there were about 12 in all), with signs on their backs addressing the unequal representation of women in positions of power, performed a completely silent ballet for 10 minutes down 14th street, accompanied by an expressionless middle-aged woman in a white gown. Sorry for the crappy video quality:
Wait, is the African-American girl on the right protesting that Canada doesn't have a female Prime Minister now (true) or that they've never had one? Because the latter would be far from accurate.
Kim Campbell of the Progressive-Conservative Party was Prime Minister for four months in 1993 (June-October) following the resignation of Brian Mulroney.
^Not sure. I don't know what group they were from or anything about their performance but what I today.
Still, thanks for sharing. We don't see many public demonstrations or performace art displays in my area and when they do happen I'm usually nowhere nearby when they happen.
Would that be Twin Pines Mall or Lone Pine Mall?
You are my density…I mean Destiny Mall in Syracuse.
If I ever had the money to buy one of those I would totally have it kitted out like the one from BTTF.
Separate names with a comma.