If you still follow this blog, you should be following my relocated blog instead!
EDITED WITH MY CURRENT URL AS OF 10/7/13
After much internal debate, I’ve decided to just state that battymoocowsaysmoo is, in fact, my new blog.
You know, if you care. Be forwarned- it’s insanity, largely of the Ryan Reynolds variety. If you enjoyed my random screencapping of things not Newsies, than…by all means, friend me, and I’ll get you back.
This is what is above my TV. Clearly, I am awesome
Happy Newsies Strike Day! Love, the Masked Newsie
So I finally got around to putting up the framed Doctor Who themed statement piece I’ve been meaning to put up in the living room since I bought the box of Doctor Who postcards. I think it looks pretty cool- and I have a hundred postcards I can play with if I want to change it around.
Of course…that said…I’d also be happy to send a few of these postcards out- if you want a postcard from a random stranger from the internet, let me know. I couldn’t possibly be a serial killer, right?
"He’ll have her on her back before you can say Happy Ever After…"
Dramatic Musings: The worst part about having to drive so close to Easton for work is that I never get to go to the Crayola factory.
YOU LIVE BY THE CRAYOLA FACTORY? WHAT IS THIS MAGIC?
Now that I know that this is a thing, it’s something we’re all doing when I get back. Also, kinda related, the Lisa Frank Company is located 2 hours from my old…
I live in the town that Fangtasia is in? Except it’s not real. I mean…the town is real, but the vampire bar run by Eric Northman is not. Tragically.
STFU! Also, I am surprised that no one has found a way to open Fangtasia to cash in on it. Hello, I would totally go there.
I’m late to this party, and probably no longer relevant, but! I live where they killed a bunch of innocent women and one man? Also, very close to where they filmed Hocus Pocus. And across town (by which I mean a five minute walk) from where the original Ouiji Board factory used to be…now it’s been torn down and there are ugly apartments.
I used to live where the only Clown College in the US was…except I moved, and so did the school…Sarasota was also the winter home of the Ringling Museum for many years. Hence the Circus Museum.