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Thursday, 18 July 2013 09:22 Jennifer Devore
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Not much time to post today, kittens... it's Day 1 of San Diego Comic-Con! The weathers is bonkers-gorgeous and I am chock full of comic book glee! Third year now (Peanuts & Tarzan marking previous articles) I am published in the Official Souvenir Guide! This year's theme? The 20th anniversary of  Bongo Entertainment: the fine minds behind The Simpsons, Futurama, Bartman, et al.

So, off to the Con! Will certainly post more later. In the meanwhile, follow @JennyPopNet, @Eslilay and @GoodToBeAGeek for up-to-the-minute Tweets and snaps! Now, so much to do today, like buying one Rebecca Lane of Rotten Tomatoes a G$T for snapping this shot of my article for me and Tweeting the following:

"Some pre reading; penned by my talented friend @JennyPopNet Souvenir Guide pg 164...check it out!"

Cheers, Beki!(Look for her at SDCC; she'll be the one in giant tomato suit!)

Wednesday, 19 June 2013 13:56 Jennifer Devore
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If I could say it all better, I would. However, Kid Rock, Sean Penn and director Jameson Stafford have done it far better than anyone with their short film: a PSA titled Americans and originally shot in 2K12, on the real cheap, for FunnyOrDie. Produced as a tongue-in-cheek approach to combating the vapid, uneducated, ignorant, checkbox-stereotyping of political opponents, it serves as a fine, philosophical approach to keeping alive friendly debate and tolerance of opposing Weltanschauung ... regardless of which party you support.

Today's political climate objectively bites; so, I dedicate this to all my dirty, hippie, commie, weed-smokin', vegan, lib friends and my uptight, conservative, dogmatic, hillbilly, moonshinin', red meat-eatin', GOP pals alike ... you know who you are! Rock on, Americans! Embrace thinking differently and share a bit o' booze with a pal on the other side of the aisle!


Sunday, 05 May 2013 12:52 Jennifer Devore
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'Tis rare I cannot find that which I seek: spiritually, commercially or otherwise. Now, I need help! Thanks to a presumably charming girl with a sense of style close to my heart, I am left without an ability to purchase what are only knownto me as "Cat Face Stockings For You".

"You need these, don't you?" my Viking asked upon seeing a friend post them on FB. "Yes!!" geek girl that I am squealed. Alas, the original poster merely highlighted them from another link: just posting cuteness, no shopping links. Using my Google powers, I eventually found one shop, I think. `sigh`

Sold at, maybe, it appears site-owner Emily is on holiday in South Korea buying loads of new goodies for her store. Until returning in June, she has taken her site off-line. Why, Emily, why? At least give me the opportunity to know the price point and availability of "Cat Face Stockings For You".

So, until Emily returns, does anyone have any clue where to find "Cat Face Stockings For You"?

Merci beaucoup!


Monday, 29 April 2013 11:23 Jennifer Devore
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Just a wee summat for the Disneyana geeks: my latest vintage acquisition! 'Tis an authentic, 1957 Disneyland lunchbox complete with mint-condition, Mark Twain Steamboat Thermos, already put to fun and fab use as my Springtime purse! To keep things in perspective, this lunchbox was produced a mere two years after Disneyland's Opening Day on July 17, 1955.

Take a peek at the side-views. Tomorrowland and Frontierland were as Spartan and bare as the Moon and the Wild West themselves. To boot, there are even teepees in Frontierland: long since removed, a no-no due to sensitivity issues. (This Native American gal has no issues with it, BTW, as long as the teepees are accurate to local, Orange County tribes. More Juicy Couture, less raw leather, I believe.)

Fifty-plus years later Disneyland is even more magical and glorious than it must have been Opening Day. Want a wee bit o' the Park's history? My birthday ode to Walt Disney: This Used To Be Alllllll Orange Groves!

Have a SuperCALIfragilisticexpialidocious Day!

#Disney #vintage #Disneyana

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