Onions make me sad. A lot of people just don’t realize it.
Spock: Yes, Captain. I get sensor readings of tri-tritanium from the alien ship’s hull.
Jim: I’m sorry about your father.
Spock: Yes, it could adversely affect our mission.
Jim: Aren’t you worried about him?
Spock: Worry is a human emotion, Captain.
Watch out for Crazy Janey boys…
I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.
For Christmas, Katherine got me a poster designed by the amazingly talented artist and designer, Karen Hallion. I’d seen her work before, most notably the Disney Princess / Doctor mashups on Tumblr. I was so taken with what she was doing, and so surprised that she hadn’t done a Rapunzel design that I got in touch with her and asked if she wanted to do one with DFTBA.
If these do well (and I imagine they will ‘cause…damn) we’ll hopefully work more with Karen in the future.
(And I also love that DFTBA.com is becoming a way for great nerdy creators to get better royalties, which in turn leads to more great stuff.)
would definitely buy.
Escalators cannot break, they can only become stairs… Sorry for the convenience.
The batting-practice caps that the Braves will wear during Spring Training will not include the Indian head logo that stirred debate when a potential version of the hat was leaked in late December. Debate surrounding the hat began six weeks ago when Uni Watch leaked the Spring Training/batting-practice hats that each Major League club would use this year. The design for the Braves showed the front being adorned with the “screaming Indian head” that has been deemed by some as offensive to Native Americans.
While the “screaming Indian” logo was one of five proposed designs, the Braves said a decision on the design had not been made before the potential hats were leaked. “I like the selection we made this year,” Braves president John Schuerholz said. “We had a variety of choices that we looked at, some more thoroughly than others. But at the end, we liked this one. The fact that one person somewhere offered his personal opinion about one of our options, that was important to him.
“When we made our decisions, we tried to contemplate. We tried to be creative. We tried to carry on the theme of our organization, and we think this script A does that. It is part of the continuum of the uniform look we have. We’ve never had one that looks like this during Spring Training.” The Braves will wear the hats during Spring Training and while taking batting practice during the regular season.