When you're one step short of crazy, what do you get?
Photograph: Red Bull Stratos via Getty Images
“Oct. 14, 2012. In this handout image supplied by Red Bull Stratos, pilot Felix Baumgartner of Austria jumps out of the capsule during the final manned flight for Red Bull Stratos in space. Austrian Felix Baumgartner broke the world record for the highest free fall in history after making a 23-mile ascent in a capsule attached to a massive balloon.” - Time
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**** I need to note that HE LANDED ON HIS FEET!!!!
Yes, yes he did.
Horizons was my knee-jerk response. But the best answer, I think, is Journey Into Imagination. You see, as great as Horizons was, it consisted of only one experience: the ride-thru attraction. Imagination gave us a ride, a 3D movie, and the upstairs Imageworks. You could stay there for hours.
The only one I can remember in its original state or something like it is The Living Seas, which I loved deeply, so I would say that one. Although I would also want it to include new information about the oceans we’ve learned since 1986. But surely Robert Ballard and Sylvia Earle would be willing to consult again and given his current collaborations with Imagineering, James Cameron could perhaps be recruited as well… ah, it would be so awesome… *daydreams*
Part of me wants to but part of me is terrified by the very idea. So I don’t know if this is on my bucket list or not.
Not a creature was stirring, except the aliens upstairs.
Go back to bed or four-armed alien Santa will leave without giving you anything, little aliens.
Miss Frizzle and Mary Poppins, Lady Time Lords.
I ship it to the moon.
The Teacher and The Nanny. The Magic School Bus is a TARDIS, and Mary’s bag is bigger on the inside. No one will ever convince me that this is not true. Oh, and I ship it.
For crying out loud, the Magic School Bus actually does travel through time and space, easily changes it’s form like a Chameleon Circuit, and is casually ALIVE in certain ways. It’s a friggin’ TARDIS in all but name!
Anyone who has ever said the doctor could not be a woman has literally never seen either of these characters in action.
Wouldn’t that just be Time Ladies?
"She said she doesn’t believe in leprechauns."
(Said by one of the boys in my Kung Fu class to another student before class began.)
Based on some unplanned observations, it appears to me that uncovered ginger ale freezes at a higher temperature than uncovered water. Has anyone else observed this?
Oh, and before I forget, thank you,
(Made with My Galaxies)