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Wow -- that's awesome, Trav.

I agree. The wholly reasonable tone of the discussion is amazing as well, given that it deals with both standards of feminine beauty and religion. Wow, the Internet can actually be a civilized place!

Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod) said:

Wow -- that's awesome, Trav.

This is the famous Giraffe illusion. Stare at this image and a giraffe will emerge.

I can really see it. Travis's link was interesting too.

I was recently reading about the Sikh religion, having become acquainted with one of its members. The most interesting thing about it is that they do not feel superior to any other religion and actually respect them all. Too bad everybody can't do that. 

HA! Love that!

Richard Willis said:

This is the famous Giraffe illusion. Stare at this image and a giraffe will emerge.



Philip Portelli said:

I watched a 1968 Batman cartoon on Youtube with my four-year old nephew, Robbie because he wanted to see Batman and Robin! He recognized the Joker and the Batmobile. Brought a tear to my eye, it did!

Sometimes, it's fun to be the weird uncle!

 

Sure, Supergirl can take Luthor back! He's a prison escapee!

Although I do have to ask why the nephew left Luthor in the cell ...

As some of you may know I do volunteer work from time to time for the Hero Initiative. Well, they are going to be set-up at Wizard World Austin, and want me to lend a hand down there. On top of that they will pay for my hotel, and gas. Plus, getting into the show for free of course. Which is just great, since I go to this show every year anyways. It is almost like paying me to go to a bar.

A side bonus I can hopefully get rid of a lot of the product I've had for years now.

Nice deal! Enjoy!


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