I know I'm getting the Starspeeder 1000.
And since I have a 200 dollar spending budget . . . I may be leaving with one or two . . . or 10 of these guys.
I finally made it to Orlando and scored five of the droids. Yeah, I'm slow. I would have gotten more but time and children wanting to go elsewhere caused me to stop at five. The fact that children also get bored very quickly also caused me to miss something that I wouldn't have normally missed. The last one that I built was an R9 using the white/green body and legs and the green dome. When I got home I realized that I grabbed two of the left leg instead of getting a right leg. Is there anyone in the forums near one of the parks that can help me out?
I find that movie/TV soundtracks go one of two ways for me: relaxing instrumental music that is good in the background; or distracting because I get the
Steelers first-team unit looked impressive last night at New Orleans (which, if you notice, isn't spelled with a 'D'). Start-of-year suspensions won't
Pirates have exercised some demons with two straight wins at Miller Park (sorry, JJB), but are still around 3 games back (and behind four teams) of one
Star Trek: Outpost, episode 25 - One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
ST:O is a Star Trek fan audio drama that's unfortunately hit my radar due
Online, it shows that the 12th and final season has a 2017 beginning (yet I can't find the actual date), but that its time slot is 9-10pm on Thursdays.
I would LOVE to be ABLE to see them in person, first!
And I have a fair amount of extras of some of the recently-released sets; I hope I
Nope, "Smack My ***** Up."
Today, as a lead-in to a lesson for the Shakespeare play The Tempest, I played "Small World"
Here is his IMDB profile. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0048652/?ref_=nv_sr_1
School's Out ~ Alice Cooper?
High 70's, with a decent breeze its not too bad of a day.