I just wanted to share this, because it’s awesome. It’s cool to see the bat-suits in the same style rather than just cut & pasted from their sources.
The source: Batman Infographic: Every (Significant) Bat-Suit Ever | Screen Rant.
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…and thanks to the Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader blog for calling this to my attention!
One of my favorite blogs, the Guitarz Blog, has been kind enough to help me in my quest to try & track down the origin of my Batman Guitar! They’ve posted an email from me making a plea for information related to just where exactly this thing came from.
Batman Guitar Montage
Emails to Six Flags have gone unanswered, and the cryptic info on the back of the guitar is not much of a help. Check out the details in the email plea for help that I sent to Gavin at the the Guitarz Blog. They have had many people write in with guitar identification questions since I’ve started reading, I’m amazed at the vast amount of knowledge out there. I hope someone out there is able to provide some insight… whether they recognize the headstock shape, work for Six Flags or their importer, or are just incredibly knowledgeable about cheap obscure Chinese guitars.
Here are some more photos:
Well, that’s about it. Check out the post and see if you can help me out, or just spread the word to all the guitar gear-heads and Six Flags employees that you know.
No, this isn’t about those birds that just fell out of the sky for no apparent reason… but that is quite shocking/interesting.
I’m just wondering what the hell birds are eating lately. I think today a pterodactyl took a dump on my windshield. One day not long ago, we had a rental van at work that looked like someone dumped a pretty full spittoon all over the side. What are birds eating that makes it look like tobacco spit?
I mean, I’m no expert but I’m used to 2 varieties of bird poop. I’m talking white bird poop, and the “oh, the bird ate berries” poop. All the bird poop that I’ve ever seen can pretty much clearly fall into one of those categories.
I even remember owl poop from elementary school science class. I know it’s a gross hairball that would have (hopefully) bounced off of my windshield.
Is this bat poop? Is someone just spitting tobacco on my car or the work van? Are the birds eating tobacco?
I demand an answer.