this is the only frozen-related gifset you’ll ever need
I thought I saw that dance somewhere before.
No collection of Starks is complete w/o Tony.
"Generally speaking, it did not occur to any of the companies I worked for that they should be looking at female audiences for games," she says. "It was always, ‘Oh of course girls don’t play games.’ I got that so many times. ‘Of course girls don’t play games — why are we going to waste money on this audience that doesn’t exist?’
"Why do all the girls have to buy princesses?" she asks. "Some girls like superheroes; some girls like princesses. Some boys like superheroes; some boys like princesses. So why do all the girls have to buy princesses and all the boys have to buy different-colored stuff?" She animatedly shrugs her shoulders and huffs as she asks why, and marches off. Her father’s shaky camera follows. We hear his voice behind the camera: "That’s a good question, Riley."
Today is Hazelnut and Coltrane day. Do yourself a favor, and flavor your coffee, and flavor your ears with some cool jazz by the Master, John Coltrane.
Just spit out our coffee. Well played, Narrator, well played.
Yes, of course. But, speaking of shame, can we not win a single battle to assure that “it’s” means “it is,” and not “belonging to it”?
Believe me, I am as depressed by this topic as you are. But this is PEN, for goodness’ sake. Is there no one on duty to remove that apostrophe?
It is urgent that the world awaken to its own shame, and learn to use properly the possessive form of it (i.e., “its”), in preparation for the (October) publication of The Templeton Twins Make a Scene. Do this, and you will thank me later, at which point you will be welcome. You can expect nothing less from
Go ahead. Try this at home.
I know Stephen and Fritz. They are really good people. New Englanders, with a circus background (No, really) - They perform live every year at the Maker Faire in Bay area and NYC. (I wonder why we didn’t publish this book of theirs ??)