Umm...Lets see...I love to draw, play sports, play video games, watch anime, and swim. I hate reading....I want to learn different languages, well I guess I have many interests...hmm oh, oh, oh andddd I like music (love the sound of the violin)~ /) /)
So how's weather for you?
I'm near-broke, I'm stuck in cold weather, and I have a small cold.
This sucks, but at least I don't have tonsils, so my throat doesn't swell up or anything.
It just feels itchy.
I think so too, but then again, watch other people (like me) have a problem with the name being 'realistic'.
Like when my mom was asking me where I was and I kept saying "The Yellow Brick Road, yes, it's a real place, I'm in it now."
I could only imagine this happening:
A person collapses in the store and a paramedic asks for a location, and a person says "I'm at The Yellow Brick Road."
Or maybe a police officer trying to respond to someone calling about a robbery at "The Yellow Brick Road."
It was just a flea market, but they got rid of the name, I don't know if the original owner was bought off or something else.
Now I think it's called The Pirate Cove or something.
Same deal though, go in and buy whatever they have lying around.
Sadly, all the Wizard of Oz stuff is no longer there.
I did know it was a comic, but it isn't a comic I'd really go for.
But if I walked into a store and saw it lying on a shelf, an old original one, then I'd buy it up without hesitation.
I actually made a superb deal at a flea market, and got a good deal for my sister as well.
For her, we walked into this place called "The Yellow Brick Road" (because it mostly featured antique Wizard of Oz collectibles) and we walked room to room, she wanted to leave early, but I insisted we stay and find something.
That's when I found a whole bunch of original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles behind some magazines, still in perfect condition, so she bought them all.
I forget what prices people were asking for them online, but I think anywhere from $10-$50+? which is great considering the place only sold them for about $1-$2 each, I think. (She didn't sell them, she collects them.)
Funny part about shopping at The Yellow Brick Road: One day my mom called me and I said "I'm at The Yellow Brick Road."
...And she didn't believe me, so she kept asking for a real location.
But then one time I went into a different flea market, and found some of the most amazing comics ever.
I found a Spider-Man Unlimited comic featuring The Puma, from 1997 - and bought it for $1.50
I found another Spider-Man Unlimited comic featuring the Frankenstein Monster, from 1998 - and bought it for $1.50
I found The Spectacular Spider-Man comic featuring The Hobgoblin, from 1998 - and bought it for $1.50
The two more amazing comics I've found from there are Strange Tales featuring Cloak and Dagger, and Doctor Strange - all three characters that I love and yet are hardly recognized.
I have the first issue collector's item from 1987, and the second issue - bought them for $1.50 apiece as well.
At my work, we'll get in packs of magazines about $5.99 for about 10-12 magazines, they're all mixed up, but I bought a pack that had Ghostrider, and another with Robocop.
But I'm not going to sell my stash, either.
Though my top comics are The Crow, which my sister's fiance gave to me as a gift, and my mom gave me a behind-the-movie book detailing stuff from it. emotion_kirakira
One weird show I came across recently was called Duckman.
My sister and I used to watch it when we were younger, but I was looking through it and was like "Gosh, the things kids could watch back in those days." emotion_awesome
I saw Courage screaming on your profile again.
Have you ever watched a show called The Oblongs, by the way?
I recently came across it and was like "Dude, yes~!" because I had forgotten about it but it was so hilariously dark and skanky.
I loved it then, I love it now, too bad it didn't get such great popularity.