XFL is football for nerds! I like it.
Ever lay in bed in the middle of the night, and wonder what it feel like to roll out of it to melt into the darkness?
I have those days a lot. Sleep is a friend of mine.
Sarah and Hoggle (Shari Weiser), Labyrinth.
Labyrinth Fact: The full costume for Hoggle was lost for some time. It turns out that it was lost on an airplane and later bought from the airline by ‘The Unclaimed Baggage Center’, a store in Scottsboro Alabama. It is now on display in their museum.
It would seem Hoggle went on one last adventure after the movie.
GOD I KNOW WHAT YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT BUT I CAN’T THINK OF THE NAME
I started the day by knowing nothing about Threshold (I haven’t seen Voyager yet) and I’m ending the day by knowing that I’ll never be the same.
I am very much enjoying the Threshold posts today. Some of you have incredibly warped senses of humor.
You could say you went warp ten.
Bread in a can. This is the future.
This is what it feels like every time I put on my Phillies hat.
Me, binge-watching old TV shows: Ok, if I watch all episodes but the last one, that’ll mean that the show never ended and it’s still airing…
Ever time I watch the last episode of a TV show, I always feel sad, more so if I like the show. It means that it was loved, but it was time to go. Sure you can watch any of the episodes anytime you want to, but no more will be made because the story is ended. There’s an attachment. You love the show as it and it feels wonderful. But the last episode always reminds me that there’s new shows you can love.
They have E.T. watches? That’s awesome. I want one.
The ducks of love and money. I hope you have them both in the new year.
The year he was born was yes.
My one Shelley Duvall post is getting likes. I am happy.