It's also pretty cool because I live on the corner of 2 rather ironically named streets, given my ex-Catholic status.
Haha, do tell!
"I'm completely in favor of the separation of Church and State. My idea is that these two institutions screw us up enough on their own, so both of them together is certain death." -- George Carlin Furcode Blog Facebook
"Great Britain's two most senior military officers added to the uneasiness. [...] Lord Wolseley, Adjutant General, thought that it might be possible for an enemy to invade without waiters and pastrycooks." -Robert K. Massie, Dreadnought
Tillsonburg is a very small place, so I'm not going to (essentially) give you my address, but the street names are shared by figures that are important in Xianity. I've now given more than enough information for anyone with access to Google to find the corner I live on.
Post by DarkfireTaimatsu on Jan 4, 2010 6:42:19 GMT -5
Oh, hey, guys. Lemme just... do an update here real quick-a-like...
So here's a full shot of the desk, which I didn't get to last time. You can see a variety of objects here.
Here's some new stuff. Tom Servo and Crow are displayed next to the Batmobile now. Up above, is the Dragon Dagger from the original Power Rangers. The can creature has relocated here, too, since the manga shelves got over-full. And a Japanese/English dictionary is on the other shelf off to the side there.
There's a squirrel on the shelf now, and a few more books. Mostly the complete first arc of HorrorLand is there now.
Over in the opposite corner, the twin DVD towers became too wobbly, and have been converted into four towers of half the height. It's hard to tell, but there's several new things there, including the old Plastic Man cartoon, a full compliment of Robot Chicken seasons, and the big Real Ghostbusters complete boxed set.
Just a few new figures here, including Yanma, Jolteon, Flareon, Glaceon, and a big Absol.
Here's a corner I don't think I showed. Includes a jar of pennies, Ash's first hat, my father's old guitar, a KaibaCorp duel disk, and my wooden sword. And that row of yellow? Pokémon cards. A very long box of Pokémon cards.
I forgot to show it before, but over up here, under my O RLY hat, is my flail I got from the Rennaisance Faire a few years ago.
Here, you can see how the manga shelf was restructured. I got too many to sort them by series now, so I have to put them just to fill the shelf. So some volumes of a series end up in different rows. You can also see how the DVDs don't stack in front of Linda's picture anymore, and also there's a piece of cardboard with a Union Jack on it that I keep on the shelf right there.
A more up-to-date picture of the stack of irregularly-sized comics.
"Whatever interest we take in the fortune of those with whom we have no acquaintance or connexion, and who are placed altogether out of the sphere of our activity, can produce only anxiety to ourselves, without any manner of advantage to them. To what purpose should we trouble ourselves about the world in the moon?"