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13 February 2010 @ 01:46 am
Meme: My Profile in Pictures  
I got this from georgiesmith.  Pretty neat!  The only difficulties were that they didn't offer ANY appropriate pictures to represent "The Band" or "The Hawks," so I had to ctrl-click (to remove) those interests.  The most hilarious part was "Pete Gracen":  instead of 10 different images to pick from, there was only ONE choice of picture, so every time I clicked on it, it offered me Pete getting a drink in 10 different positions on the page.  Hahaha.  At least it had Pete, and doing a very Pete-ish thing, too.  Oh, and I hated all the pictures they offered of Richard Manuel, so I just chose the one with the whole Band in it, since The Band wasn't properly represented anyway (and at least Richard is the one who stands out in it).  Why doesn't anyone ever have young pictures of Richard?  Alas.  Oh yes, and the second to the last image is supposed to represent "Weird Food," but I couldn't resist choosing it!  Too perfect. :-) 

 
 
 
acanthaster: acanthaster planciacanthaster on February 13th, 2010 07:15 am (UTC)
Oh, and I really should've chosen a picture with both Jim Hacker and Sir Humphrey Appleby to represent "Yes Minister" (because I like both of them) but the one of just Sir Humphrey with *that* look on his face, juxtaposed right next to the Golden Gaytime ice cream treat was just too much to resist.
george: pantsgeorgiesmith on February 13th, 2010 02:27 pm (UTC)
"Golden Gaytime" - and it's some kind of ice cream sandwich? One would have thought it would have been a Popsicle...
acanthaster: thoroughly depravedacanthaster on February 14th, 2010 06:56 am (UTC)
It looks pretty tasty, actually... I'd eat it. :)
constantmuse: raffles smileconstantmuse on February 13th, 2010 08:39 pm (UTC)
That's brilliant - well done! ooh, 'Rocks and Minerals', what's that about, then?
acanthaster: acanthaster planciacanthaster on February 14th, 2010 06:53 am (UTC)
"Rocks and Minerals" is a Golden Guide, edited by Herbert Zim. I adore those old Golden Guides (the ones from the 50s and 60s... they have the *coolest* illustrations). I collect them, and I list Herbert Zim as one of my interests. He edited most of them, and he rocks! :-) Plus I love his name.