“That’s not me and I don’t know where those belong!”
I gave an answer to someone who wasn’t even talking to me, and a neighbor who apparently finds things funnier while chewing something agreed with the hilarity!
My wish came true / To my surprise /
“Lift up your eyes on high and see: (Isaiah 40:26)
who created these? He who brings out their host by number,
calling them all by name, by the greatness of his might,
and because he is strong in power not one is missing.”
FUNNY!!!!!!!! by quizia on DeviantArt
Sammy Hagar and I have gripes about and ways to handle traffic; construction will complicate travel for some colleagues yet might not affect my travels.
“Gamma waves in this sector of space create marginal navigational probabilities,” so I’d been up and down the road to find no staircase, I quipped.
The brothers were talking and one has been listening to podcasts about games, specifically about journalists hype new versions, “‘Assassin’s Creed’ is ‘Assassin’s Creed’ except you have to skateboard down a pyramid with Anubis on your back.”
“Of course, if the skateboard breaks, you’ll be looking for alternative transportation: a new bus,” Oh, that’s right, I went there.
While some could never forgive the death of Optimus Prime, The Transformers: The Movie opened in cinemas on my eighth birthday, “I’ve always loved them, and I always will,” as evidenced by Egocentric Universe: Best Image Gallery Ever!
‘Transformers’: How ‘Age of Extinction’ Plans to Dominate China
“In ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction,’ the Autobots and the Decepticons have decamped for China, lured to the world’s second biggest film market at a time when the People’s Republic’s star shines …”
Many things made my Thursday, yet this latest cinematic romp was by far the most significant. Few recall a time before the Transformers became the exclusive domain of the Hub Network. Transformers: Age of Extinction has several nods, and at least one point of its plot, to Transformers Animated, which aired soon after the first live-action film on the Cartoon Network, where they left FOX Kids for.
“20 Listen to advice and accept instruction,
that you may gain wisdom in the future. (Proverbs 19:20)”
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Particularly from my sisters, I have been told that I should do more of my sleeping at night, which demonstrates why I am so tired in the afternoon…
The sound of interstellar space is actually kind of terrifying
“Voyager 1 has left the solar system, and this time – this time – NASA says it’s official. To be honest, after so many months of ambiguity, we found ourselves a little underwhelmed. But that was before we heard Voyager’s recordings of interstellar space. Seriously, these will give you chills.”
To continue the theme of musical anime from last week,
you will never find anything else as awesome. Never.
The Best Band Ever by *DawnMistPony on deviantART
Band Dresses as Transformers, Sings Songs from ‘Transformers: The Movie’ [Video]
“Hot Rod, Arcee, Rumble, Unicron, Spike and a Quintesson are THE CYBERTRONIC SPREE!”
“20 For where two or three are gathered in my name,
there am I among them. (Matthew 18:20)”
In name only would Nickelback be a metal band, You Don’t Know Jack.
The Hub showed The Transformers: The Movie, which was the last thing that I watched before I went to sleep last night, and Transformers Prime featured some items from the mythos not seen since Transformers: Unicron Trilogy!
Last Friday Night by *johnjoseco on deviantART
The American Royal
“The American Royal Association, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation and Kansas City’s longest running show, has been a Kansas City tradition since 1899. During September, October and November, more than 250,000 people attend the American Royal.”
OK OK OK, I had more in mind to post,
but must soon be on my way to a rodeo, to which Denton was provided tickets. Instead of the Roving Imp, I saw a show at ComedyCity.
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Last night was the third iteration of The Mixer at the Roving Imp Theater. In this newer format, the names of improvisers are placed in a bowl and drawn at random to participate in scenes. Whether he or she is in an ensemble or merely takes classes, any improviser present in the audience may play. From which John recognized The Transformers: The Movie, my Blind Lines were all read.
Source: The Fun Elf
In my performances last night, I felt that something was off, because I do not feel that I connected emotionally, played any in-scene games, or fully committed to the scene, but this action was to the surprise of the audience: I rolled in a seated position on stage. Although I really did not add any thing to the scene with my motion, I successfully did something that was physical.