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Comic Detour: Meet the Artist

Post  blackgnosis on Fri Sep 02, 2011 7:57 am

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Post  mocha on Fri Sep 02, 2011 9:37 am

Who hasn't seen a shirt or other bit of clothing that made them do that? For me it was a beanie that looked like a toony red fox was omnomnomming my head and a Tshirt with an image of an old NES copy of Zelda captioned "Blow Me." <3

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Post  Krysta on Fri Sep 02, 2011 11:53 am

My local stores rarely have anything squeal inducing, but I have occasionally done this online. Not to worry though, I keep a set of spare keyboards in the closet in case of damage from fangirling drool xD
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Post  mocha on Fri Sep 02, 2011 2:28 pm

Krysta wrote:. . . I keep a set of spare keyboards in the closet in case of damage from fangirling drool xD

Haha, smart move!

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Post  Sarah_TV on Fri Sep 02, 2011 3:21 pm

It's okay. I squeal at every new Bambi thing, too.
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Post  Slim Shadow on Fri Sep 02, 2011 7:02 pm

I found an epic find. When we were sorting through a bag of hand-me-downs, my dad found a Sonic the Hedgehog t-shirt. I grabbed it right away.
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Post  oneuglybunny on Fri Sep 02, 2011 9:54 pm

No different was I in my younger days. However, I grew up, got married, had kids, and developed sense. This included dialing back the fanboy zeal, and sorting my "stuff" into Necessary versus Nostalgic groups. Necessary items stay; nostalgic items got winnowed down, by plain throwing out, giving away, or selling. This created more space for me, which was pleasantly liberating.

Oh, Krysta? Perhaps your remark about wet keyboards was said in jest; however, Logitech, among others, make enclosed, rubberlike keyboards that can withstand liquids, to the point where the entire keyboard can be submerged safely. I bought one once for my kids when they were just learning computers. Kool-Aid and keyboards normally don't mix, but in this case, they did.
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Post  Krysta on Sat Sep 03, 2011 2:25 am

My remark was half jest. I rarely drool on my keyboards (fangirl squeal yes. drool, no) The pile, however, does exist. People have an odd tendency of giving me old computers, which I then strip down to the salvageable parts and recycle. Some of these new towers I donate to my old high school, so that they can then take them apart again in their comp tech classes. But since they only want them for dismantling and putting back together again, they never take the keyboards off my hands. At last count, I have 2 pc's and 8 keyboards.
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