Wasn't feeling that well this morning, and it was snowing, so I called off work. I was only working a half day anyway, so I'm not broken hearted over it. But I did go to one appointment today...

Last year, I got my family Crest tattoo. So I wanted to do something for my family's heritage. Can you guess the bloodlines? ( No...
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Great show. Wish it lasted longer than 4 hours.

Somewhere under that hair is Ash Costello.

The many faces of Maria Brink.


And the incredible Lizzy Hale.


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bookcouple:
Cool
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Going to be a great night.

bookcouple:
Nice
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Haven't posted anything in awhile. But life has been, interesting. In my small town I sit on 4 civic boards, including the city council. With the Holiday I had to cram 6 meetings into 12 days.

My wife bought tickets for us to go see comedian Craig Ferguson tonight, but it's a 3 hour drive away (as most shows are for us.) πŸ™

Our...
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metalhornshigh:
Craig Ferguson the scotch comedian?
jaxons:
He was hilarious.Β  Spent as much time fucking with the audience as he did his routine.
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One of my favorite things about the SG community, is the large number of unapologetic comic book nerds on this site. Today, we all lost our grandfather, our icon, our greatest hero of all.

I never had the privilege of meeting Mr. Lee, but I know people who had. They all said that he was just as genuine, gracious and approachable as you would have...
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chef:
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That's pretty damn cool!

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Thanks to @cvtgrrl_shan for posting this song title in the Silliness group.

We all want to hold in the everlasting gaze

Enchanted in the rapture of his sentimental sway

But underneath the wheels lie the skulls of every cog

The fickle fascination of an everlasting God

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metalhornshigh:
I love the Smashing Pumpkins! Although I wasn’t to keen on Zeitgeist. Siamese Dream will always be my favorite.
bookcouple:
Love the smashing pumpkins!
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August 26th, at least here in the U.S. is Women's Equality Day. It celebrates the day when women were given the right to vote, back in 1920.

Honestly, I've never considered men and women to be equal. I always figured that gives us guys way more credit than we deserve.