odditycollector: Woman staring through a window of a space shuttle. The curve of the Earth fills her view, bright and blue. (Perspective)
( Apr. 10th, 2010 11:11 pm)
I was having a conversation with a family member which ended with us confuzzled by each other's mental goings on. Obviously I need more datapoints!


[Poll #1549782]

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odditycollector: Woman staring through a window of a space shuttle. The curve of the Earth fills her view, bright and blue. (Perspective)
( Apr. 10th, 2010 09:28 pm)
I was having a conversation with a family member which ended with us confuzzled by each other's mental goings on. Obviously I need more datapoints!

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY! I HAVE BOUGHT YOU THIS 100 MILLION DOLLAR TICKET TO ORBIT ONCE AROUND THE MOOOOOON!

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OMG OMG WHEN IS THE LAUNCH DATE??!!??
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....Is there a cash option?
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Gakked from [insanejournal.com profile] derryderrydown.

Which of the pairings I've written do you ship? Or at least enjoy reading?

This way to the ticky boxes! )
Gakked from [livejournal.com profile] derryderrydown.

Which of the pairings I've written do you ship? Or at least enjoy reading?

This way to the ticky boxes! )
When my friend Dale opens a can, she always turns it upside down to open it from the bottom. One day her young son asked her why. "I don't really know," she said. "My mom always did it that way." She decided to call her mom and ask.

"When we brought the cans up from the cellar, the tops were always dusty," her mother explained. "I couldn't be bothered to clean them, so I turned them upside down and opened the bottom."


[Poll #1118728]
odditycollector: Steam engine on track through the sky, supported by nothing. (Train of Thought - by brown_betty)
( Oct. 29th, 2007 04:42 pm)
 
But the angles and the corners
Even though my work is unparalleled
They never seemed to meet


[Poll #1079536]

Lyrics from "Here I Dreamt I was an Architect" by the Decemberists. Great song.
 
 
This week has seen the premiere of both Superman: Doomsday and the second season of Legion of Superheroes, leaving us with the inevitable question:

Which mad cartoon scientist is gayer for Superman?

Your worthy contenders:

A: Lex Luthor.



B: Brainiac 5.



[Poll #1059683]
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This solicit Monday, DC was nice enough to remix that infamous Heroes for Hentai cover for us! With... their usual display of restraint, as it happens, so we’ve got a few covers vying for the coveted award of Best Tentacle Threat!

 

Our contenders! )

 

[Poll #1005837]

*The Chinese Buffet
odditycollector: Supergirl hovering in black silhouette except for the red crest. Cape fluttering. Background is a roiling, raining sky. (Default)
( Feb. 22nd, 2007 05:14 pm)
I've been thinking a bit about my icons, lately. More specifically, I've been thinking about *how* I think of them. It's actually pretty interesting.

Of course, before I can come to any proper conclusions, I'd like to know what *other* people think about them...

Waste half a minute, take the poll! )

Thanks a lot!
odditycollector: Speech bubble: Oooh, foiled by my grasp of current events! (Just That Hip)
( Oct. 16th, 2006 11:01 pm)
It's!

The Solicit Monday edition of TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE*! )

*No knowledge required. See inside for details.
odditycollector: Supergirl hovering in black silhouette except for the red crest. Cape fluttering. Background is a roiling, raining sky. (SafeWater)
( Sep. 28th, 2006 12:52 pm)
All the cool kids are helping [livejournal.com profile] thefourthvine in her latest attempt to take over the internet, and, well, why walk when the bandwagon is going in your direction *anyway*?

[Poll #832350]
odditycollector: Steam engine on track through the sky, supported by nothing. (Train of Thought - by brown_betty)
( Sep. 11th, 2006 03:39 pm)
I've been thinking of late about fic, and about ways that one might go about re-finding stories they want to read. I came to a conclusion, but, of course, Psych 100 taught me that I shouldn't act on my insights, brilliant though they may be, until I have evidence that they do apply to the world beyond my head.

In that spirit, a not-very-pointless poll! This is an *occasion* around here!

(The obvious spark for this train of thought: look, it was *hard* to find "Freedom's Just Another Word For Nothing Left To Lose" by [livejournal.com profile] synecdochic after I'd forgotten the title, author and any notable quotes I might have put into google.)

Poll! Polls are fun! You want to take the poll! )

Your input is much appreciated! I intend to have further thoughts on the matter, so the more people who answer, the better for me.
odditycollector: Connor Hawke has met the singing frog from Looney Tunes; it will not perform for Wally. This is published comics, guys. (DCU)
( May. 18th, 2006 05:39 pm)
I get really excited about new-solicit Monday, often more excited than about the prospect of *reading* the comics themselves. Covers are fun to look at. Well. Usually.

However, none of the covers for August stuck me as very interesting, so I actually bothered to go through and read all the blurbs instead.

Click here and be amazed at Karen’s deep and insightful thought processes! )
 
ETA: Ahh! LJ. What are you doing?
I should probably be asleep, but this is my excuse for almost everything.

Here are some comics I've recently read and utterly failed to have deep thoughts on. Also, blatant abuse of the poll feature.

Not-really-any-spoiler cut for Infinite Crisis 7, Checkmate 1, LoSH 17, and Detective 819. )
 
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