Kevin. New England. Some of my interests include sci-fi, sci-non-fi, music theory, humor, and Alaska (grew up there). My age makes me more or less a grandparent on tumblr, but I'm not really that old. Not yet, at least. But probably older than you. Just saying.
I started this blog with the intention of creating and capturing cool stuff I find. A scrapbook, if you will.
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Posters for the movies from Seinfeld.
I love these so much more than I should. I can’t believe it took until August of 2013 for to make this happen. Based on posters alone I would see Check Mate, Prognosis Negative, Death Blow, and Rochelle Rochelle (obviously).
Cry, Cry Again is obviously Oscar bait, and Chunnel looks like garbage. I bet the converted it to 3D in post.
Star Trek Family Car Decals from ThinkGeek
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Dr. Seuss was not even in the general area of fucking around.
#everyone thinks of dr seuss as some sweet old guy who wrote kids books and made up cute words#little do they know he was the most hardcore political motherfucker to ever draw cartoons for newspapers of all time basically#he was of german and jewish descent and got bullied a lot as a kid#then he grew up and drew cartoons for the school paper#and when he got fired for being to fucking real for the paper to handle he made up a new name and KEPT SUBMITTING THEM ANYWAY#BECAUSE HE NEVER FUCKED AROUND FOR A SECOND#DID YOU KNOW DR SEUSS DID A FEATURE LENGTH DOCUMENTARY AFTER WWII ABOUT HOW WWII WASN’T ACTUALLY OVER AND THE NAZIS WERE STILL ALL AROUND#IT WAS CREEPY AS ALL FUCK AND MORE HARDCORE THAN YOU WILL EVER KNOW#IT WON A FUCKING OSCAR OR SOME SHIT#HE DID KIDS BOOKS ON A WHIM HIS REAL TALENT WAS DISMANTLING FASCIST REGIMES WITH ADORABLE BLACK AND WHITE SKETCHES OF TURTLES#OH YEAH AND YURTLE THE TURTLE WAS ABOUT HITLER#AND THE SNEECHES WERE ABOUT SEGREGATION#SO FUCK Y’ALL AND YOUR CANDY-ASS VISION OF DR SEUSS
I think almost all of his stories have a deeper meaning and Horton Hears a who was written as an apology to the Japanese after WWII
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thatwouldbedisconcerting answered:Speaking of established Trek lore - will any of the characters from “Statistical Probabilities” make appearances?
Yes, indeed! I’m thinking of how Bashir would fit in as an additional or replacement member of the Jack Pack, maybe even replacing Jack himself. I’ve also got plans to include Dr. Elizabeth Lense (who appeared once as the doctor that was valedictorian in Bashir’s class at Starfleet Medical and chose the position he had wanted on the Lexington) and Ezri (maybe as an unjoined Trill on the station at the same time as Jadzia).
I’m also trying to keep a lot the same since not everything would have been affected by this change in Bashir’s destiny, though there might be a few fun unexpected shake ups!
Fake ‘Simpsons' movies get real posters | MTV
yes to all
This is a show I’ve managed to avoid seeing any of since childhood. I’m afraid to rewatch it and risk it losing all the magic I feel like it had back then.
I love it, I still watch it, but rarely. I want it to stay special.
I had a feeling you’d reblog this, Kethy ;o)
I think what drew me in as a kid was the juxtaposition of the surreal stuff with the totally mundane nature of pretty much everything else. I just now looked it up and did you know it was filmed in New Jersey? I bet you did, come to think of it.
In any case, even as a kid living on the opposite side of the country, I could immediately sense that this wasn’t filmed in the standard southern California back lot. It was neighborhoods as I knew them: the houses, the front yards, the cars, the trees, the leaves. There was a real authenticity about it that came across through the visual language alone.
But like I said, I haven’t seen it for probably 15 years. I understand there’s a lot of the show I don’t remember, like plot lines and dialogue, and that it was intended for kids, and I wonder if my different perspective would do more damage to my nostalgia than good for my curiosity.
And so for now, I think I will keep it locked in the vault of things I cherish irrationally and uncritically.
Though I must admit, it was good to see Petunia again.
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