For the better part of decade, I was a big fan (but only a minimal collector) of Funko POP vinyl toys. They represented a very unique take on pop culture icons and characters with their oversized heads and custom-sculpted bodies.
This is the last cassette Walkman I ever owned. It is the Sony Sport WM-SXF10.
A week or so ago, Katie bought me a little poly bag Star Wars LEGO set for my desk at work. It's a tiny little thing, which is ideal given my small workspace, but it's really cool. It's the First Order Heavy Assault Walker (30497-1), or The Last Jedi re-envisioning of a classic saga vehicle, in this case, the AT-AT.
Anybody want to do a podcast with me? The topic is very much up for discussion. Or we could just do one on random stuff (although that does make it much harder to market and gain sponsors and whatnot).
Before I get into the guts of this post, I have to wish a happy birthday to my mom who turns... I'll stop myself there. Happy birthday, mom!
The other day, Kevin Spencer treated us to a rare, non-photo blog post asking us to rank five technology giants based on our likelihood of ever giving them up. I promised in his comments that this was going to be a blog post of my own, so here it is...
It feels so, so long ago.
Nathan has become a junkie for LEGO Batman blind bag minifigures. He currently has all but one of them after working to earn them via good behavior and improvement in swimming lessons.
Two weeks ago, it was a TBT post about my Nintendo DS. Now, following that as well as two similar posts from Marty (Post 1 | Post 2), I'm going to post another Throwback Thursday: Video Game Edition featuring my Game Boy Color!
Check me out! I'm actually a couple days ahead of schedule for my March video.
This is another one of those Throwback Thursdays that's not an old photo so much as a new photo of an old object.
I should really be working on my February video. My plan was to finally do that bull riding video but I'm just not feeling it. Not sure I ever will.