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Irish potato soup and grilled cheese for Sunday lunch.

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Poison Ivy and Tien Shinhan at #ACCC2014! I loved her dress, so beautiful!

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No Doubt, “Excuse Me Mister”, 1996. I’d like to buy some of your time, I’ve been saving up my life.

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David Bowie, “Drive In Saturday”, 1973. She’s uncertain if she likes him,
but she knows she really loves him.

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Wonder Woman #176 from 2002, featuring art by Adam Hughes and Phil Jimenez, available for sale on my eBay! Also up for grabs: my superheroine comic collection (70’s-80’s stuff) and more rare anime cels! My house is super small, and I am still selling off thirty years’ worth of collectibles to raise money for back taxes and upcoming comic printing bills, so every little bit helps. Thanks for looking & sharing!

Wonder Woman #176 from 2002, featuring art by Adam Hughes and Phil Jimenez, available for sale on my eBay! Also up for grabs: my superheroine comic collection (70’s-80’s stuff) and more rare anime cels! My house is super small, and I am still selling off thirty years’ worth of collectibles to raise money for back taxes and upcoming comic printing bills, so every little bit helps. Thanks for looking & sharing!

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Rule 63 Beetlejuice at #ACCC2014! She nailed the character!

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It’s New Comics Day! Today I got Magical Girl Apocalypse vol. 1 by Kentaro Sato (Seven Seas) with my store credit! It looks completely bonkers.

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Very shiny Scarlet Witch and Ms. Marvel at #ACCC2014!

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Toys’R’Us Exclusive I Heart Fashion Wydowna Spider GET! Husbando found her for me in Austin! I really love her design, the extra arms are so awesome.

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androdea:

accurate as fucking hell

The truth of having cats….

(via fuckloadofcats)

Source: kittiezandtittiez
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Brienne of Tarth at #ACCC2014! She was so pleased I recognized her.

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Electronic, “Getting Away With It”, 1989.

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Pop culture ephemera from the 1960’s, on display at the LBJ Museum. I had no idea Where The Wild Things Are was so old, even though I always had it as a child in the 1970’s!

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Paper dress from 1960 campaign. Display in the Sixty From the Sixties exhibit at the LBJ Museum.

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An original Telstar communications satellite. This is a backup for Telstar 1, the first communications satellite which launched July 10, 1962. It relayed the first transatlantic television feed and phone calls. Part of the Sixty From the Sixties exhibit at the LBJ Museum.