Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Mary Ann, Aug 10, 2012.
^Lovely! That could be a postcard.
Got a wee bit of snow last night.
went to the Fanboy Expo in Knoxville TN today. took several pictures but i'll limit myself and not share all of them
He be like, "Listen up noob."
Please post more or a link to where we can see more.
Why do think he's saying... "Those WERE the droids we were looking for..."?
Sandtrooper: "Look, if you want to fit in and get respect you need to get some dirt and mud on your armor, intimidate the locals and learn how to look completely goofy and ineffectual even when you're carrying multiple weapons.
And seriously, hit your head as often as possible on overhanging doors. The ladies love that stuff."
"Sir, I don't understand. How are we supposed to interrogate prisoners if we can't even shoot straight?"
"Shut up, newbie. Now go clean your weapon. And remember, not only are we so stupid that we fall for Jedi mind tricks, but we also forgot that these full-face helmets won't even let us eat."
Where's that Rama? Looks nice.
Not a picture but we've been having fun with the slow motion feature on our new iPhone's so I thought I would post this here.
EDIT: Does anyone know how to set the link to play only one video and not automatically play the next video on my list? I just wanted to post the one video, not my whole playlist.
You delete the url of everything after the &. As I recall anyway.
^Thanks! Can't believe I didn't notice the reference to "list" in there.
Ian loves Lego's, me not so much. He has been using Duplos since he could hold blocks. He loves Duplos but he's been asking for regular Lego. Well Lego just came out with an intermediary version called Lego Junior. It's simplified Lego's with some stuff prebuilt and instructions made for 4 to 6 year old.
My son is reaching 2 yo, he has been using simple Duplo for a while, but I am so looking forward to see my house invaded by some more complex stuff. I'm sensing a Duplo Batman set coming this Christmas. For the kid, obviously.
It's always a good idea for parents to safety test any new toys. You should get one early for just such testing. Perhaps the Batcave Adventure Kit would be a good one to test?
As long as I can practice my Batman voice, this looks like a sound advice.
I'm pretty sure there was an intermediate version of LEGO blocks 30 years ago. That's great. I was a LEGO nut.
Btw I like how your fireplace has a space for firewood
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