Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Zombie Knitter, Aug 10, 2012.
I trimmed my Novembeard today, feeling a bit lighter albeit not as warm in the face area.
I was thinking specifically the "mix your own drink" aspect of it. So you could say pick a diet coke, with cherry and lime and bourbon or a half seltzer half tonic with vodka and lemon and have it all mixed in perfect proportion by the machine right into your glass. No bar tender to wave at or throng of people to fight through.
My wife and I went to a little show yesterday.
Intermission. Note the old shoes in the spotlight. These are the shoes worn by Ian McKellen's character and placed there by him at the end of the first act.
After the show we waited near the actor's exit.
Billy Crudup (Dr. Manhattan in Watchmen).
My wife and I got separated while we were waiting, but here's a little selfie of me with a certain knight you might all recognize
By the time he go to my wife I was able to catch up with her and was able to snap this picture of my wife and Sir Ian.
Unfortunately, although he was the first one out the door, Patrick Stewart did not stop to sign autographs. It's really too bad because we would have had our Playbill signed by the whole cast if he had stopped. Plus I would have gotten to meet Patrick Stewart.
It was a bit of a bummer but it was still a great time.
Edited to add:
Here's a short clip from the curtain call. Don't worry, I wasn't so rude as to film during the performance!
Am I the only one who noticed Sam Beckett?
I made latkes for dinner tonight.
I'm not even Jewish, but I love to make latkes!
Nice! That's a great photo.
Probably, since he died in 1989.
Ziggy says there's a 99.24% probability that you leaped so you can correct that last post about Beckett, Sam!
For his sixteenth birthday, my son wanted a cherry-and-pineapple upside-down cake:
^That looks very, very yummy!!
Now that looks delicious.
>.> <.< >.> *yoink*
^ I love the Red'n'Green name!
^ Me too.
Keep your stick on the ice!
everybody loves chile peppers
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