Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Warning: Lame Doodle Ahead
Sunday, January 10, 2010
Doodle Weakly? Then Doodle Weekly!
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Looking For Vintage & Retro Fun?
Thursday, August 28, 2008
Puppets & Puppet Masters
Will's got a special going on. He's clearing out the current listings in his eBay store (except the "Prints, Plates and Ephemera" catalog) so you can make him offers he can't refuse -- yes, even the pulps!
So I just made an offer on Puzzle For Puppets. I loves me puppets, and me puzzles. Keep your fingers crossed that Will likes my low-ball *wink*
Friday, July 18, 2008
High-Five Fridays: Giving Thanks
1) We'd like to thank the fine folks at StumbleUpon for noticing the Kitschy Kitschy Coo.
2) Thanks to Woot for sending folks to play the map game.
3) And many thanks to Dinosaurs and Robots for the linkage as well.
4) Kudos to the Baltimore County Public Library for not only having a zine collection, but blogging about it too.
5) A big ol' howdy to the Cochran's, who stop in at CQ quite often.
Sunday, July 6, 2008
Birthday Wishes From Verce of Hexperience
(Well, the US post delivered it, but Will sent it. )
It's a delightfully puzzling note on the back of a Sunshine Biscuits invoice sheet:
Dear Reader:Let the guesses as to meaning commence.
Once that thing has slowed down, this book - or any other, will never serve as a rejuvenator. Let the dead rest in peace.
Verce of Hexperience
(Possible hints lay in where it was found...? At least I like to think so! *wink*)
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
Get Out Awards, 2/5/08
Susan Helene Gottfried for the appropriate use of, "Yum Yum" as a comment.
Cajunvegan for writing: "You must keep these 'retrolicious' posts going. You are here for my entertainment." It made me feel dirty. In that good kinda way. *wink*
That Grrl for saying, "My brother threw away most of my books. Then he goes on and on about how much money I spend, mainly about the money I spend on books. Well, never seems to occur to him that it costs a lot of money to buy the same book three times just so I can read and continue to use it." A-duh.
FeeFiFoto for stating that she'd seen a show on how to make clothing out of felted dryer lint. Technically, she ought to have to prove such a thing (the theory is discussed here, which makes it seem less than likely), but as she made me curious enough to Google, she's earned it.
DinoCollector for a math-y response.
Matthew James Didier for making certain that, "What? Like the back seat of a Volkswagen?" would be stuck in all our heads.
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