Bring on the silliness!
We’re are very excited to present The Spittoon List, a weekly vlog featuring adventures in geekery. Conventions, games, dares – think of it as our not-so-mature bucket list.
We’re even more excited to launch the vlog with two videos this weekend. The first is a special music video of the International Steampunk Symposium, complete with music by AUTOMATON. Second is a smaller-scale adventure, where we learn about DEDing.
Next week we might have another double feature where Melissa and I give proper introductions to both The Spittoon List and ourselves.
Have something you think we should add to our Spittoon List? Be sure to tell us in the comments!
What is the immature, nerdy, geeky, childish, funny version of a bucket list? That would be The Spittoon List. I’ve teamed up with my sister-in-law to make a new vlog featuring geeking good fun for childish people everywhere. Over the coming weekend, I will be editing together footage from The International Steampunk Symposium, but we aim to have a new video each week. The question is: where to start?
Below are some of our simpler schemes which we plan to film in the coming weeks. What would you like to see first?
*Please note that we will likely film next Wednesday, which means even though the poll says it is open for a full week, we may take a final tally before that time. So vote early, folks!
You remember the excuses from last week? I’m still using them. Convention, and official duties, and costuming – oh my! I am scheduling my highlight photos of the weekend for tomorrow, Ish. And I will be posting A VERY SPECIAL POLL this weekend, so stay tuned.
And I have some lovely shots of the roses I made in action. Thanks to Missy for the pictures. Check them out!
I love this area, particularly in spring. Storms roll in, bringing hourly changes to the sky. One minute, cotton balls float on a field of blue, brighter than any cartoon. Or the sunset dyes the horizon pink, purple, and gold.
And sometimes, the sky is just grey,
Those silver skies, I think, are my favorite. Especially as the trees bloom, and the first green appears like fire on the outer branches.