Friday, April 28, 2006

Fun Stuff Friday

A veritable cornucopia of things today!





How would you like this for a coffin:









or how about this one:















or this:










Costs must be skyrocketing for Disney these days. Reusing old animation in order to save a few bucks ... wonder how ole
Walt would feel.

Well at least we know how
most of us got here now!

Wow, I wonder how she would react to winning something even bigger!


A a note to all my blogging pals -- as you can see, there hasn't been much activity lately. And I don't forsee this changing much for the next few months. I will try to post at least Fun Stuff Friday's, but it will largely depend upon other commitments first. I will also try to visit you all as often as possible, and thank you for your support both in the past and in the future.

7 Comments:

At Fri Apr 28, 01:44:00 PM MDT, Blogger Luther said...

Mexico's Congress Legalizes Drugs for Personal Use

 
At Fri Apr 28, 04:47:00 PM MDT, Blogger Kelvin said...

Kia Ora (hello) from that krazy blogger down under in New Zealand. I having really thought about about what sort of "coffin" I want, for the simple reason I am going to live for ever-ever - krazy ??? I don't think so !!! (hehe)

 
At Fri Apr 28, 05:45:00 PM MDT, Blogger Justthinkin said...

Don't you just love the translation error on condons..errr...condoms?

Have fun this summer Aiz.

 
At Fri Apr 28, 08:15:00 PM MDT, Blogger ABFreedom said...

Have a great summer Aiz ... I think I'll take a coffin shapped like a pe..... er ... condom. Then they can finally say "let's bury that P**** " .... LOL

 
At Sun Apr 30, 10:43:00 AM MDT, Blogger TonyGuitar said...

Is there a designer in the house?

Stepping in to the office, your eyes are drawn to several sheets of white paper, with four logos printed on each, which rest on the wall behind a desk. The same logo, "Eco Eclipse," appears on each with a slightly different font. This is what 41-year-old Heather Godden loves to do — design a graphic, and then repeatedly change the text, until it's perfect.

http://tinyurl.com/ghvse

 
At Sun Apr 30, 10:59:00 AM MDT, Blogger TonyGuitar said...

PS> One example:

What*s so great about Verdana 12pt Bold?

It*s a clean cut pleasure to read and the upped font size invites powerful, influential and wealthy seniors to read your message too.

Using 10pt? Oh no! Why exclude the wealthy from reading your copy?

Secret: It makes your copy more inviting to read by all, not just seniors. TG

 
At Wed May 03, 10:02:00 AM MDT, Blogger Gayle said...

I wonder how Ab thinks up his material? He has a very interesting mind! :)

Would anyone actually want to be buried in any of these things? There's some really strange people out there.

 

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