Friday, May 25, 2007

WHILE I MAINTAIN A POLICY AGAINST MANIPULATED IMAGES....

...I NOW ACKNOWLEDGE THAT

This image from CT Pope was INEVITABLE

and VERY WELCOME.

I have no idea what he's talking about re: PRETTY LITTLE POPPY. Frankly, that bit is all just spooky.

THAT IS ALL.

12 comments:

Patrick M~ said...

I'd report you all to the National Film Registry, but I have deuteranomaly, and I'm not totally sure what you're up to.

(Before you ask, yes, Christmas sucks for me.)

Lindsay Robertson said...

Patrick - I think everything you're not able to read because of colorblindness pretty much says something like "Merry Christmas". Rosetta Stone Blog Comment Yay!

alex said...

http://prieslar.info/?search=Afera
http://prieslar.info/?search=fun
http://prieslar.info/?search=karta
http://prieslar.info/?search=Staw+srubowy
http://prieslar.info/?search=Polcast+Television
http://prieslar.info/?search=program+tv+jetix

C.T. Pope said...

What may be even more cryptic and bewildering than my old-timey references is Alex's comment there.

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hodg-man said...

In honor of Pope's bon mot, I shall leave one vestige of "alex's" spam in place.

That is all.

alex said...

http://prieslar.info/?search=Marcin
http://prieslar.info/?search=Bron+pneumatyczna
http://prieslar.info/?search=Czajka
http://prieslar.info/?search=Concept+art
http://prieslar.info/?search=ISIC
http://prieslar.info/?search=mandaryna+w+teraz+my

Molly said...
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Molly said...

NEWSFLASH:

Jonathan Coulton (the Colchester kid) is in the featured videos section on the front page of YouTube, RIGHT NOW.

And it inspires me with happiness beyond words.

Tom Burchfield said...

"Pretty Little Poppy"/"Amapola" ( I THINK) was a famous tune from the 1920s. Ennio Morricone arranged a version of it for "Once Upon a Time in America." If that's the intent of your question.

dedwolfen said...

we would all be carving hobo symbols onto wooden picket fences if not for the great leadership of Teddy Roosevelt