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January 30, 2009

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Brian H

The time lapse baby is lovely.

Anna

The Watchmen costumes hurt my eyes. Are they the 'deluxe' or 'economy' versions? :)

David

When the “deluxe” costume costs $40, as opposed to the $13 “economy” version, it’s going to be hard to tell. I thought you might be tempted by the Silk Spectre wig.

Anna

If they'd done the boots...

David

Maybe if it was a vari-speed wig and had its own slow motion generator, like in the trailer. You’d definitely want one then. We’d all want one then.

Rob "Lurker" Read

Here's my friends Kitch house that you might like

http://vintageindie.typepad.com/vintage_indie/2009/01/my-vintage-pad-home-tour-natasha-from-oxford-uk.html

John D

I've wasted 15 minutes of my life on the red square game.

All right, just one more go.

David

Rob,

The tray of sponge fancies sent it over the line into the realm of ultrakitsch™.

Steve

Is the 'rainbow' your final test, or the proof of concept for your latest weapon? Now we can all go out in pretty colors.

David

It’s a stealth feature.

“Look, children - it’s so colourful and fluff…” BBBZZZTTT!!

longshot

The Watchmen costumes are hilarious. Can't wait for halloween when the local kids put them on and knock on Alan Moore's front door.

BackwardsBoy

32.172 seconds on the Red Square game. Followed by a victory bacon slice. Mmmmmm, bacon.

David

“Can’t wait for halloween when the local kids put them on and knock on Alan Moore’s front door.”

The bellowing will be heard far beyond Northampton.

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