anagramofbrat: (old school tetris)
Apparently sometime last November this guy stumbled across Bowser while he was up on Etsy and liked him so much he blogged about it.

Beaded Bowser Descends from Your Wall

Color me flattered. Wish I'd seen it sooner.
anagramofbrat: (sexytime!)
Taken 2/29/12 in the Oval Office - Live Long & Prosper! on Twitpic

Um. Yeah.

ROFLMAO

Mar. 2nd, 2012 12:16 pm
anagramofbrat: (do want)


I needed the ugly yell laughs this caused.
anagramofbrat: (whip my hair)


I would watch this based on the epicness of the hair alone. It's like having a family of Ygrittes crossed with Kidzilla by way of an electrical socket.
anagramofbrat: (angsty sex)
Fullscreen this. You'll thank me.



Holy shit.




I need to go listen to "We're In This Together" about sixty bazillion times now.
anagramofbrat: (they don't hear your cries)
Dead Can Dance. Reunited. New album later this year. World tour next year.


...............DOFHGAPSIUNGHISDFHSKJVHKASDHFSKJHFGFGHWDSEYELINER.*







* an approximation of the sound of Andee's long buried goth phase waking up and exploding with squee
anagramofbrat: (tyrion trollface)
Show reels from two of the visual effects houses that worked on Game of Thrones. The first one is spoilerrific if you've neither seen the series nor read the books.





Why yes, I'm totally the girl who buys super special extended anniversary edition DVD sets (or would if she had money) precisely so I can watch all of this sort of stuff and watch the show with commentary, why do you ask? No really, I totally love "behind the scenes/how we made this" footage. Sometimes more than the actual show itself. The only reason I have even a remote interest in getting a blu-ray player next time I have the scratch is so I can get more features on the DVDs; i don't really give that much of a rats ass about HD.

Speaking of which, I'm getting a hankering to watch Rome again. Anyone want to watch it with me? I bring the TV, you bring the DVDs and something to play them on. I also kinda want to rewatch Twin Peaks since it's on Netflix but the only proper way to do it is with a crowd of friends, a pot of coffee and boxes of high quality donuts and pies. Interest?

covet face

Apr. 7th, 2011 09:59 am
anagramofbrat: (i want it now)
Little known fact about me - I love sports jerseys. One of my secret selfish desires is buying one and lounging around the house in its broad shouldered, breathable folds. Problem is I'm not that hardcore of a sports fan and I never felt like enough of a fan of any team or any player to ever justify getting one, and somehow the effort of following a team for a season seemed too much like work. So I resigned myself to admiring jersey designs from afar.

Yeah, I'm a little weird. You all know this.

So this morning I saw this:



Well. Those are a couple teams I know I support. Leaning towards the Ally jersey, a) because I'm not a fan of the Horde design b) Eh. I like the Horde well enough, but at heart, I've been an Alliance girl from day one.

Course, it's not like I've even been playing lately. Hell, I still have paperwork I gotta fork over to Blizz to prove I wasn't gold farming while not subscribed. :P Stupid account hackers.

In other WANT news, [livejournal.com profile] htl_1126 sent me this this morning:



Wellp, I had no reason to go to Portugal until now. Seriously, I'd go just to spend an hour goggling at this bookstore. Yes, it's a bookstore. Gifuh.


* * * * *


Somewhere in me is an extended essay about Livejournal, why I still post, and why I'm one of those who will be going down with this particular ship, but I can't write it right the fuck now. But since I know people have been asking, Dreamwidth does allow you to import your entire journals over (I may have invite codes, though I never use any of the accounts I have over there - username parking being what it is.) Also I personally use and love LJArchive to back up my journals periodically, and since it allows you to index and search your entries/comments, I occasionally use it for that as well. But back to the main point, considering I just realized as of tomorrow I will have been on LJ under various usernames for for eight years, maybe that's an entry for then.

covet face

Apr. 7th, 2011 09:59 am
anagramofbrat: (i want it now)
Little known fact about me - I love sports jerseys. One of my secret selfish desires is buying one and lounging around the house in its broad shouldered, breathable folds. Problem is I'm not that hardcore of a sports fan and I never felt like enough of a fan of any team or any player to ever justify getting one, and somehow the effort of following a team for a season seemed too much like work. So I resigned myself to admiring jersey designs from afar.

Yeah, I'm a little weird. You all know this.

So this morning I saw this:



Well. Those are a couple teams I know I support. Leaning towards the Ally jersey, a) because I'm not a fan of the Horde design b) Eh. I like the Horde well enough, but at heart, I've been an Alliance girl from day one.

Course, it's not like I've even been playing lately. Hell, I still have paperwork I gotta fork over to Blizz to prove I wasn't gold farming while not subscribed. :P Stupid account hackers.

In other WANT news, [livejournal.com profile] htl_1126 sent me this this morning:



Wellp, I had no reason to go to Portugal until now. Seriously, I'd go just to spend an hour goggling at this bookstore. Yes, it's a bookstore. Gifuh.


* * * * *


Somewhere in me is an extended essay about Livejournal, why I still post, and why I'm one of those who will be going down with this particular ship, but I can't write it right the fuck now. But since I know people have been asking, Dreamwidth does allow you to import your entire journals over (I may have invite codes, though I never use any of the accounts I have over there - username parking being what it is.) Also I personally use and love LJArchive to back up my journals periodically, and since it allows you to index and search your entries/comments, I occasionally use it for that as well. But back to the main point, considering I just realized as of tomorrow I will have been on LJ under various usernames for for eight years, maybe that's an entry for then.
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While doing some quick internet research to feed a cranky plotbunny, I ran across this.



Coolest. Play structure. Evar.

ETA: actually since I'm feeding the bunnies, what was your favorite playground as a kid? Was it wood, metal or plastic? some combination of both? What was your favorite playground equipment? was there any you were scared of? played on/with in a not necessarily authorized fashion?

my own tl;dr romp through nostalgia )
anagramofbrat: (brat)
While doing some quick internet research to feed a cranky plotbunny, I ran across this.



Coolest. Play structure. Evar.

ETA: actually since I'm feeding the bunnies, what was your favorite playground as a kid? Was it wood, metal or plastic? some combination of both? What was your favorite playground equipment? was there any you were scared of? played on/with in a not necessarily authorized fashion?

my own tl;dr romp through nostalgia )

*WHEEZE*

Jan. 17th, 2011 10:41 am
anagramofbrat: (read a book)
OMG, if you read and loved Madeleine L'Engle as a kid, you need to go watch "A Wrinkle In Time In 90 Seconds" RIGHT THE HELL NOW so I'm not the only one expiring from laughter over here. These kids NAILED it.

In other news, I am trying to get myself together to head for New York. I almost feel like I'm heading down unprepared because I don't have a hip flask in my possession. :P Also I know I say my online presence is gonna be iffy and then it never actually is, but yeah, standard warnings apply.

look after mine and Kidzilla's dragons while I'm gone? Also Squirekids, try to keep [livejournal.com profile] cell23 out of trouble. Or at least get him into entertaining trouble and tell me all about it when I get back?

Adopt one today! Adopt one today! !! Adopt one today! Adopt one today! Adopt one today! Adopt one today!

Wish me luck, I'm going to need it.

*WHEEZE*

Jan. 17th, 2011 10:41 am
anagramofbrat: (read a book)
OMG, if you read and loved Madeleine L'Engle as a kid, you need to go watch "A Wrinkle In Time In 90 Seconds" RIGHT THE HELL NOW so I'm not the only one expiring from laughter over here. These kids NAILED it.

In other news, I am trying to get myself together to head for New York. I almost feel like I'm heading down unprepared because I don't have a hip flask in my possession. :P Also I know I say my online presence is gonna be iffy and then it never actually is, but yeah, standard warnings apply.

look after mine and Kidzilla's dragons while I'm gone? Also Squirekids, try to keep [livejournal.com profile] cell23 out of trouble. Or at least get him into entertaining trouble and tell me all about it when I get back?

Adopt one today! Adopt one today! !! Adopt one today! Adopt one today! Adopt one today! Adopt one today!

Wish me luck, I'm going to need it.

OMG.

Dec. 1st, 2010 12:20 am
anagramofbrat: (squee)
hattip like whoa to [livejournal.com profile] deliriumdeva:



YOU WANT TO PLAY THIS GUYS. NO REALLY. IT'S AWESOME.

This is the same guy who did Potter Puppet Pals, beeteedubs.

OMG.

Dec. 1st, 2010 12:20 am
anagramofbrat: (squee)
hattip like whoa to [livejournal.com profile] deliriumdeva:



YOU WANT TO PLAY THIS GUYS. NO REALLY. IT'S AWESOME.

This is the same guy who did Potter Puppet Pals, beeteedubs.
anagramofbrat: (sing)
I'm flagrantly stealing this from [livejournal.com profile] flutterbychild because GUH.

"On Saturday, October 30, 2010, the Opera Company of Philadelphia brought together over 650 choristers from 28 participating organizations to perform one of the Knight Foundation's "Random Acts of Culture" at Macy's in Center City Philadelphia. Accompanied by the Wanamaker Organ - the world's largest pipe organ - the OCP Chorus and throngs of singers from the community infiltrated the store as shoppers, and burst into a pop-up rendition of the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's "Messiah" at 12 noon, to the delight of surprised shoppers."



I WANT TO BE NEXT TO THAT ORGAN OMG.

Oh uhhhh, the surprise concert is also frakking awesome. :) I love it when people stage these sorts of public stunts.
anagramofbrat: (sing)
I'm flagrantly stealing this from [livejournal.com profile] flutterbychild because GUH.

"On Saturday, October 30, 2010, the Opera Company of Philadelphia brought together over 650 choristers from 28 participating organizations to perform one of the Knight Foundation's "Random Acts of Culture" at Macy's in Center City Philadelphia. Accompanied by the Wanamaker Organ - the world's largest pipe organ - the OCP Chorus and throngs of singers from the community infiltrated the store as shoppers, and burst into a pop-up rendition of the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's "Messiah" at 12 noon, to the delight of surprised shoppers."



I WANT TO BE NEXT TO THAT ORGAN OMG.

Oh uhhhh, the surprise concert is also frakking awesome. :) I love it when people stage these sorts of public stunts.

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