SMART ADVICE FROM THE D: This right here. NO, NO, AND NO, NOT-UH, NOPE...OH HELLS NO:
Thenanigans doesn't much like clowns. But ventriloquist dummies are a far creepier experience altogether. Noted celebrity photography Matthew Rolston has a new book featuring portraits of idle dummies. If you dare.
ADVENTURES IN MODERN BIOENGINEERING: We admit that our brains, woefully underutilized as they are, have a really hard time understanding how this whole 3D printer thing actually works. So when we run across this study about how scientists have gone ahead and made a replacement usable ear for people, using this technology, our head just kind of aches. Also, we are, to borrow one of our favorite English phrases, gobsmacked.
SO LONG AND THANKS FOR THE FISH: Well this could be a bummer. Some day. Maybe.
MUMFORD & SONS: The early years.
NERDS: It takes one to know one. We know one. Hence, this.
NOW THIS IS HOW YOU DO IT: In the fair burg that is home to thenanigans, there is a long, colorful history of automobiles versus buildings. Cars and trucks meet glass and concrete on a regular basis. But in Houston, like the rest of Texas, they do things big. Ta-Da!
CHILD, PLEASE: Awkward.
FURTHER EVIDENCE IN THE SERIES - THE 70' WTF?
WHATEVER YOU DO: Do NOT cheese off the Gamer Press Corps.
DOWNSIZING DONE RIGHT: While thenanigans doesn't yet qualifiy for a hoarders TV style intervention, this looks like something we might want to try. And by want, we mean should and by should we mean need.
NOTHING TO SEE HERE...nope...nothing to worry about...go about your daily business...DO NOT PANIC!
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