Come meet me in New York!

borders-290Hey guys! I’m going to be in New York on the 19th of August for a get-together at Borders in Manhattan from 7pm-8:30pm and then perhaps moving elsewhere nearby for a drink!

If you live in the New York area, come by and see me! I’ll be signing my book that comes out that day, as well as reading a couple passages from it… and just hanging out!

The Comic Con meet-up was so much fun (I’ll be uploading a video on that shortly).. I think we can have as much fun in New York, if not more… but we won’t be able to UNLESS YOU ARE THERE!!!

Come to Borders at 10 Columbus Circle New York, NY on the second floor of the Time Warner Center at 7pm-8:30pm, Wednesday, August 19.

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  1. greatestpotential says:

    Awesome turn-out you had at the book signing :!: Something tells me your books will be flying off the book shelves :!:

  2. greatestpotential says:

    :smile: the book signing is about to take place :!: woot!

  3. tazrex says:

    you should come to colorado springs :razz:

  4. darlingj says:

    Here is a link to a Radio Station that streams the MANCOW show.

    The Calendar says the interview is scheduled between 8:10 to 8:30 AM tomorrow morning – August 17 – EASTERN TIME (East Coast US)

    http://www.wqmr.com/index.php

  5. MCLIJazz says:

    Unfortunately, I can’t make it now. My piano lesson for tomorrow at 7PM was moved to Wednesday at the same time. :sad:
    But I hope that those who are going have a great time. :smile:

  6. seesixcm6 says:

    Dear Marina,
    Good luck and travel well on your big trip East! You’ll do extremely well in all those TV and radio interviews, and I hope the book signings are great fun!
    Be careful of people with strange accents. A California writer went to London and heard this woman say what he thought was her name: “Emma Chisit.” Later, he found out she actually was asking how much the book cost! :razz:
    Seesixcm6

  7. dsfoto says:

    New York New York What a Red Banner week for Teacher. If my Order of the Red Banner had not been stolen :cry: Marina would be deserving of it. have fun don’t trust the Margaritas and stay away from Helicopter Tours…Kansas City would be nice for your book tour I could show you the Abandoned Russian Church

    • beevee14 says:

      Where did you get The Red Banner? Afghanistan? Tell me a story…

      • dsfoto says:

        Not mine like that… It was part of a large collection of prized Soviet Awards and a full set of WWII battle campaign medals I assembled during my many Sojurns to Russia.
        I sold it to a Dealer in Briton Beach during hard times He claims that he never recieved it and demanded reimbursment. Funny how when I had approached him he scofed at the price I placed on the collection and said there was no profit for him. I sold 4 pieces independantly for more than I asked from him It was then when he approaches me says he is a Collector wants to buy more, but his email was that of the dealer I had approached he was using 2 names on ebay portarying himself on one as a collector and the other as a dealer. It was when I kidded him about it that he claimed he never recieved the article…. Cest La Vie! :cry:

  8. stigmatasaurus says:

    Would you come to Sacramento to do a photo op with Ahnold? I know it’s one of the few things at this point that would boost his popularity.

  9. darlingj says:

    What a week upcoming for our favorite Teacher!

    The official release of her FIRST Book is a huge milestone by itself – now a published Author under a major Publishing House. Credibility anyone?

    3 National Television appearances – and at least O’Reilly is international.

    4 National Radio interviews.

    A personal appearance, discussion and Book Signing at Borders’ Flagship Store on Columbus Circle in New York City. With a Billboard on the Store yet!

    …and just recently named as the latest GoDaddy Girl – also National exposure.

    I think all of us might feel a little ‘stressure’ in the circumstance, but Marina is well prepared for this next level boost to her career in my opinion.

    She’s done her Homework, [paid her dues] with 477 vids and over 227 Million views on YT, [cut her teeth] in numerous print and media interviews, and [gotten her feet wet] with a prelim signing and meet at ComicCon.

    I for one will be watching with a beaming smile as she carries the week with her usual Style and Grace!

    Marina, we are ALL behind you! :grin: :grin: :grin:

    (I dare ya to disagree Alex! ;-) :smile: )

    I’m gonna mark my HotforWords Calendar for August 2009 as the month Marina really started emerging into the mainstream as a recognized Talent.

  10. M Scott says:

    [Rambunctious]

  11. silleeputtee says:

    Justin Love, that’s all.

  12. Evan Owen says:

    Let us know when you’re in Seattle. Captain Jack and I will take you out for coffee. Right, CJ? :grin:

    • Captain Jack says:

      Oh I missed your comment. I didn’t get a email notification of your comment. I came across it by accident as I was doing a search for something unrelated. I’m in Seattle now. I moved from Kirkland to Seattle. This week is open accept for Tuesday and Thursday. I have a TV appearance on Tuesday and on Thursday I have reserved for errands and farmers market. Also I am not a morning person. I do drink coffee and tea anytime of the day or night. Well not at midnight for I go to bed around 5 or 6 am. So set up a time and day so we can meet up. :-)

  13. MCLIJazz says:

    I’m planning on going. I just printed out directions via public transportation on Google Maps.

  14. Capman911 says:

    Check out Marina and Gorbys new video. :grin:

    http://bit.ly/135oTO

  15. Che Volay says:

    What other cities will you be in??? NYC is an easy commute from where I’m staying. Both the ferry or train are in easy access.

    Yesterday at the beach I seen the ferry shuttle back in forth between CT & NY. So let me check out the logistics. ;-)

  16. bigbhd95 says:

    Hey Marina I will be there if it doesn’t rain :shock: on the hog is the reason :roll:
    hey if the weather is bad maybe I’ll take the train :???: havent been in the subway for too many years :lol: we will see :cool: B.B. ;-)

  17. greatestpotential says:

    19th of August mark that date down on your HotForWords calenders as the official release date of Marina Orlova’s brand spanking new book :!: Come on people, plz raise it up a notch ~ applause :!:

  18. Capman911 says:

    Marina is there any way you could change the names of the people back to respond to our web sites and the Gravatar go towards how much we have commented. It is kinda frustrating that it was this way for so long on the web addresses going to our web sites. Now every ones name is blue it is hard to figure out who has an web site attached to their I guess you would call it their status, Name, Gravatar etc. :smile:

  19. errin says:

    Hmmm. I am sorely tempted to fly out to New York City to attend the event (as I fly around for free), but all my friends who used to live in New York City have since relocated out here to L.A.. Besides, I’m sure I’ll meet you in person in due time… :grin:

    I bet you’ll have a blast in the big city, Marina. Maybe you can even do a lesson on why New York City is called [The Big Apple]. I’ll be there in spirit, or at least via Twitter!

    Peace and love, Errin : )

    • beevee14 says:

      You’ll like this one, Errin, being into music.
      Jazz musicians traveling around called towns ‘apples’. NYC naturally became ‘The Big Apple’. I didn’t say it was long, just that you would like it ;-) :mrgreen:
      Peace

  20. freebird says:

    Sounds great!!! I’ll be there as soon as I can. I just connected a bottle of nitrous oxide on the back side of my turtle… just have to figure out how to tie on my rabbit fur saddle. :razz:

  21. beevee14 says:

    Somebody sent to me and now I share. Remember, our greatest fears and grandest hopes are seldom realized :mrgreen:

    A husband in his back yard is trying to fly a kite. He throws the kite up in the air, the wind catches it for a few seconds, then it comes crashing back down to earth.
    > He tries this a few more times with no success.
    >
    >
    > All the while, his wife is watching from the kitchen window,
    > muttering to herself how men need to be told how to do everything.
    > She opens the window and yells to her husband, ‘You need a piece of tail.’
    >
    > The man turns with a confused look on his face and says, ‘Make up your mind. Last night, you told me to go fly a kite.’ :twisted:

    • Capman911 says:

      beevee now that was a good one. I have had a few nights like that. That is why I go a good laugh out of it. My wife and I seem to have hall way sex. F you no F you. :lol: :lol:

      • beevee14 says:

        Everybody I know who is married seems to be that way. Did you ever notice that married people don’t sleep together anymore? I haven’t slept with the ball & chain in YEARS.

        I know. Sucks bein me

        • Capman911 says:

          Yea I have noticed that. I don’t sleep in the same bed with my wife either. When my daughter moved out I moved into her bedroom. It wasn’t because of love I just got used to 33 years of sleeping at the fire station by my self that if I slept with my wife any movement would wake me up. Plus she didn’t like my C-Pap machine. She said it sounded like a weed eater running at night if my mask got a little crooked and let the pressurized air escape. Oh well it sucks being me too. :lol: :lol:

          • beevee14 says:

            Working shifts/conditions and physical ailments and/or infirmities like snoring are the main reason why people sleep separate that I have heard of. Oh well, like The Old Man used to say, “Three hots and a cot, what the hell else could you want?”

            Rhetorical question. No answer needed, wanted, or tolerated

    • pennsyltucky9 says:

      Moynf!

      Welcome back, Bee!

      • beevee14 says:

        Hey, thanx, P9. Did you and FVS take your trip yet? I was monitoring progress from afar in the forum(Actually still tryin to formulate an answer to the question “what does rock-n-roll mean to me?” posed by FVS. But that was like a month ago)
        Have fun and watch for still trees in fast currents!

        • pennsyltucky9 says:

          Not happening, he can’t make it. But my climbing buddies and I’ll be there watching the show for free in the tied-off canoes. That’s in about a month. More beer?

          Oop. WTF? S’cuse me a second (Hey, down in front! Uh, no, actually I was referring to your bikini top…).

          Sorry. Those disrespectful college girls are such a menace… something should be done about them, I tell ya!

  22. leonard says:

    Hi…borders ‘Rules”…new york meat…hail HotForWords :lol:

  23. leonard says:

    My borders became the fences of fraGrance…

    I seas(c) bees (b’s) SSSSS and God bless the marconi’s

    HotForWords is a BLeSSiNG and all Hail to MaRiNa :smile: or :smile: all hAIl to mArInA..i’m [spelled] or an “Evil” eYe spelled :grin:

  24. bsomebody says:

    We have a Border’s in Boone, NC. I’ll just wait for you there. :|

  25. beevee14 says:

    Hey M, You’re spending alot of time on the coasts. People live in the middle of the country, too. How about it?
    And another thing: The only time I here from you is when you are trying to sell me something! What kind of shit is that! Whatever….

    • Venomrock67 says:

      Yeah I feel the same way, What kind of shit is that Huh? Oh and BTW, great fucking joke I lmfao :lol: :lol: :lol:

      Laughter is good :razz:

    • HotForWords says:

      What do you mean? I’ve made over 450 videos for you guys for free!

      Then I spent a year writing a book and during the few weeks leading up to its release I try to let as many people know about it and you yell at me saying that the “only time you here[sic] from” me is when I’m trying to sell you something?

      Thanks a lot!

      • greatestpotential says:

        That’s telling em Marina :!:
        [sic] I created over 85 cherrylipstick masterpieces and all I got was this t-shirt t-shirt

        • beevee14 says:

          You don’t THROW spit balls. You SHOOT them thru the straw you get at lunch.

          BTW, you still have a little something on your nose and it is starting to smell!

      • greatestpotential says:

        of course you graciously supplied me with fun photos and for that i’am eternally grateful. also, you were cool about it and open minded and stuff and didn’t sue me, etc.

      • Venomrock67 says:

        I know you work hard and that’s selfish of me to expect you to focus on a small group when you’re looking at the bigger picture on here, there are some very intelligent people on here and I like this site, but since i’m a part of this thread, I can’t take back what I said, It’s just feeling spur of the moment thing, I guess? All’s I can do is try to say sorry.
        Boy I sure didn’t want to get a response like that but you had to do it, oh and if bee answers uh well I shouldn’t speak for him

      • Hs4Mm says:

        Is the :smile: in 12.2.4.1.1 an endorsement for the spit-ball throwing idea?

      • greatestpotential says:

        :| i wouldn’t worry about it. i’m still in potty training.

      • beevee14 says:

        :smile: Peace :smile:

        • greatestpotential says:

          Don’t be a pussy or Marina’s gunna call you out again :lol:

          • beevee14 says:

            You’re lookin’ at it with the right amount of levity, GP. I appreciate that. Ol’ Dollar Bill seems to be taking it WAY to seriously. :???:

            You are exempt but if you would please scrunch down in your seat a little. He/She/It is right in front of you and got a bulls eye on the back of their head. :twisted: :mrgreen:

            I would hit teach but she has GOT to know it would be me. Then she would make me stay after sch….. :arrow: :idea: :cool:

            To hell with Dollar Bill, I’m going for detention! :smile: Maybe even swats!! :mrgreen:

        • greatestpotential says:

          ;-) *winkiedoodle*

      • Bob says:

        Some children will do anything to get teacher’s attention and you certainly gave it to him.
        Hands up all who appreciate teacher.

        • Capman911 says:

          My hands are up Bob. Go Teach go. ;-)

        • beevee14 says:

          Maybe everyone(theres that word again) doesn’t feel the same way you do? :???: :sad:

          Ever heard of Woodstock? Here is a song from Sly & the Family Stone.

          Different strokes, different folks ;-)

          I expected this to be the longest thread ever but instead it’s the shortest.

          Is that what she said? :mrgreen:

          • Bob says:

            Oh well. Guess I’ll just have to stroke it myself then. :lol:

          • Venomrock67 says:

            Different Strokes, Different Folks: But are we straying away from “We got to live together”? :???: ;-)

            Sly And The Family Stone
            Everyday People lyrics

            Songwriters: Stewart, Sylvester

            Sometimes I’m right, but I can be wrong
            My own beliefs are in my song
            The butcher, the baker, the drummer and then
            Makes no difference what group I’m in

            I am everyday people
            Yeah, yeah

            There is a blue one who can’t accept the green one
            For living with a fat one trying to be a skinny one
            Different strokes for different folks
            And so on, and so on and scooby-dooby-doo

            Ooh, sha, sha
            We got to live together

            I am no better, and neither are you
            We are the same, whatever we do
            You love me, you hate me, you know me and then
            You can’t figure out the bag I’m in

            I am everyday people
            Yeah, yeah

            There is a long hair that doesn’t like the short hair
            For being such a rich one that will not help the poor one
            Different strokes for different folks
            And so on and so on and scooby-dooby-doo

            Ooh, sha, sha
            We got to live together

            There is a yellow one that won’t accept the black one
            That won’t accept the red one that won’t accept the white one
            Different strokes for different folks
            And so on, and so on and scooby-dooby-doo

            Ooh, sha, sha
            I am everyday people

          • beevee14 says:

            Its all tied in together, my man. I was looking for “Hot fun in the Summertime” because my AC is broke and it is now 90 in here. Whatever :cool: :mrgreen:
            Hey, you think my AC conking out is a direct result of my thoughtless and hurtful humour that I still don’t remember saying/typing? :twisted:

            Instant karma gonna get you,
            gonna knock you right in the head ;-)

        • stigmatasaurus says:

          I appreciate her, even when she’s doing commercials for her merchandise. Guess she’s got to make the payments on the Maserati.

      • leonard says:

        :-)HotForWords says: 12.2August 13, 2009 at 6:58 pm
        What do you mean? I’ve made over 450 videos for you guys for free!

        Then I spent a year writing a book and during the few weeks leading up to its release I try to let as many people know about it and you yell at me saying that the “only time you here[sic] from” me is when I’m trying to sell you something?

        Thanks a lot! ;-)

        We all love you, I think. :razz:

        know yelling ;-) night to tea-cher

        • beevee14 says:

          Hello, leonard and welcome to “The comment that wouldn’t die :!: ”

          Remember, ‘Mob Rules’ Isn’t just an album by Black Sabbath. I’ve seen it happen with regrettable consequences so keep’em away from me with the torches.

          :sad: Somebody* needs a hug! :sad:

          :smile: Yes, hugs are good :smile:

          *Yes, b is included#(and bee) :mrgreen:

          #if he wants

          • leonard says:

            ;-) Hi – my human brother, “beevee14″: I say let set a record or fill this comment reply’s quotient…..

            q u o t a [phil ose phy] or :shock: “piety prey” of [RABBLE]

            :smile: [observation **!** is **!** oblivious] bees will fly ANd

            HotForWords is a taste best shared at your local MARINA…

            …back to work or I will get BeeT uP :roll: smashing notes :mrgreen: :razz: :cool:

        • beevee14 says:

          Yes, I’ve always had a knack for stirrin’ things up. Maybe I should go into politics. Lets see, is there a real hot-button issue in politics that is really getting people all worked up right now :???: :?:
          Ummm, I can’t think of one either :!: :mrgreen: Guess I’ll stay right here and provide thoughtful, caring comments :twisted:

          EXAMPLE: There are alot of nice marinas around here with beautiful boats, but there is NO Marina as nice and beautiful as M :smile:

          Hows that :?:

    • pennsyltucky9 says:

      Don’t mince your words, Beev. Say what you really think. Better yet, just cut to the chase and demand a full refund of all the money you spent on philology lessons. That’ll show ‘er!

    • rijk says:

      Discovered this one just to late to join in. But I got a lot of info of this one,
      Think this coffers most of it. You guys figure out your own truth ;)

      • Venomrock67 says:

        Thanks rijk. I certainly got a lot of info from it and it certainly puts it in perspective. :sad:
        and I figured out my own truth :smile:

  26. star magic says:

    Ok, how bout yoga, or a pill to relax. Seems your just tense and that can effect a great many things. Ah hypnosis? I have heard that works too. Well, for those people who can be hypnotized..I am not one of them however.

  27. Captain Jack says:

    I’m planning to visit and do some work at the International Space Station. Would you be willing to do a book signing there? :mrgreen:

  28. frameshiftproductions says:

    I guess you don’t wanna come to metro detroit, michigan. Do you? :cry:

  29. Borders in Chicago on Michigan Ave. Set it up M. See you when you get here.

  30. Captain Jack says:

    I must figure out a way to get over the fear of flying in a jumbo jet. I’m not afraid of flying per say. I love flying in small airplanes. I have even have about 30 hours on the books. It’s just jumbo jet over pressurize the cabins which makes me very sick. I get extreme headaches and my nose starts to run. It takes me about two days to recover. I thought I would get use to it but it just kept getting worse. I would rather get sea sick and puke over the side than to fly in a pressurized jet.

    I’m rather sensitive to pressure changes. I can feel the exact moment they flip the switch to pressurize the cabin. I can even sense normal pressure levels. LOL I just guessed it was about 1012 mb and it was 1018.10 mb. I’m off about 6 mb. Wow, I still can guess rather well.

    So anyone have some idea how I can over come this??? :sad:

    • Bob says:

      Have you tried scuba diving? After the pressure changes you would experience doing that, flying in airliners might seem insignificant.

      • Captain Jack says:

        I did a little bit of scuba a swimming pool. Only in a lap pool of about 6 feet. I used to free dive down to 16 feet. I couldn’t do it anymore for I would have great pain in my ear drums. I use to dive a lot as a kid. Heck I would stay under until I nearly passed out.

        You know, maybe this is something I can teach my body to learn. It’s about 40 feet under my boat. I should get my fins and free dive down to about 20 feet or until the pain starts. If I do this once a day I think I might be able to reprogram my mind to ignore the pain. I wonder if there is anything I should be watching to prevent any damage?

        • Bob says:

          My best advice is to seek advice from a professional.
          Talk to diving instructors and talk to a Medical Practitioner specialising in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine.
          Here is a couple of web sites in the UK that you might find useful:-
          http://www.sdm.scot.nhs.uk/
          http://www.londondivingchamber.co.uk/index.php?id=advice
          I’m sure there will be similar ones in the States and Canada.
          Also you can Google for “diving medical practitioners Seattle”.

          • Captain Jack says:

            I just remembered I walked passed a diving school on my way to my car. My friend Kyle took his NAUI cert there. I can ask them. Damn that’s something else I need to get cert in. Will it ever end?

        • Capman911 says:

          If your having pain in your ears the Eustachian tubes running from your ears to your throat are not clearing fast enough or they may be clogged. The reason for the pain is the pressure of the depth of the water is not equalizing in the inner ear and is trapping the pressure in the inner ear. I have a divers license and they taught us to swallow while you are descending or hold your nose with two finders and gently blow with your nose to try and clear the Eustachian tubes. If you don’t clear them and the pain gets to bad it could rupture your ear drums. It will be tough to blow your nose with two fingers if you have a mask that covers the nose. Some of the newer masks have where the nose cover is separate but attached to the mask for such an operation like blowing the nose is possible without removing the mask under water. If you have a scuba out fit then blowing the nose would ok as you could take off the mask and try to relieve the pressure then put the mask back on and tilt your head up and press in on the bottom of the mask and blow air out through the nose filling the mask back up with air as it forces the water out of the top of the mask. It is fun to scuba dive if you can get by the obstacles such as the ear pain. And of course sharks.

          • Captain Jack says:

            You know you made me remember something. When I was working on getting my private airplane license, Kim my instructor told me to try chewing gum to help with the small pressure changes. That could be the reason I have issues with the jumbo jets. I’m not treating pressurized cabins as if like they were changes in altitude. I need to get the Eustachian tubes cleared. Thanks Mike!

            Speaking of Kim. That gal was hot! Which was very distracting when I was flying. The other male students also had issue. Kim never had any problem getting students to sign up for her classes. Last I heard she had plenty of hours on the book to get a job at Horizon airlines which is owned by Alaskan airlines. Funny thing about Kim. She had a fear of heights. She would get up on a small ladder and would get scared. We would have to hold the ladder and talk her down. I was amazed a pilot with a fear of heights. She told me you just need to keep busy with landing procedures when you’re landing and next thing you’re on the ground. It worked for me also. Yeah I have a fear respect for heights.

            I have no fear of sharks what so ever. I’ve even petted them before. Maybe someday I’ll go swim with them. In the PNW we have a shark called 6 gill. I just learned yesterday that they can eat from the bottom of the ocean. They suck up sand and filter out little hummm I forgot. Sand shrimp, right? No, something else.

            I want to thank everyone for their input on helping me explore some options on how to over come this issue with pressurized jets. I might have to try flying again. It would sure shorten those long road/train/bus trips. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

          • neuroway says:

            @Capt’n J

            Hey Capt’n J, did you ever try to insert fresh cut carrots into your Eustachian tubes? I am told here that it is a very good gran’ma recipe against height sickness. Well I say you try it next time you board a boeing and you let us know by posting here if it works or not.

            If carrots don’t work, you may also try a pair of giant Alaska shrimps. Alaskan natives say it works even better than carrots.

        • errol says:

          Just remember not to dive and fly on the same day.

    • star magic says:

      Chances are slim of anything bad happening on a plane. They are safer than being in a car. So just go for it! ;-)

      • Captain Jack says:

        I was not talking about air safety. I’m not afraid of flying. I know flying is many times safer than driving or even walking on a sidewalk for that matter.

        Please re-read my comment above. ;-)

  31. Venomrock67 says:

    So when are you coming to Seattle? :|

  32. Hs4Mm says:

    Your name on a billboard in Manhattan! You made it in New York! People end that way, but you are just beginning!

  33. pennsyltucky9 says:

    Give my best to the rotten, er, I mean Big Apple.

    • neuroway says:

      Are you insinuating that NYC is a rotten fruit? NYC, the capital of capitalism?

      NYC and its Times Square, where Conchita the Mule meets the Naked Cowgirl?

      • pennsyltucky9 says:

        I partied there. :smile: New Years Eve at Times Square is something every American should experience at least once in their lives, in person and on location (not just watch it on the tube). Seriously.

        But I didn’t mean to interrupt. You were monologuing about the wonders of New Amsterdam and so eloquently capturing the mystique.

        Continue, please…

        • neuroway says:

          ¡¡CARAMBA LA VERGA!! DO NOT INTERRUPT ME WHEN I’M TALKING TO MYSELF, DAMNIT!!!

          AND… AND… OOOOOOHHHHHHHH!!! Is this not my personal diary? Am I not typing in my personal diary? These voices… These colourful adds, dolls and figures dogfighting for my mouseclicks… These curves, balls, balloons, melting pot of nuts’n bolts…. Am I not in my secret Antartic retreat, with ballenas and focas for sole company?

          Seriously… I paid myself for my diary, and it is add free. I think I captured the mystique, and now I just found a carrot in the Eustachian tube of my eye. It is removed (and is now in my digestive tube), so I can see better. I will be heading south to my igloo in the Antartic where I can be happy with the focas and the ballenas. And have a drink. Or 2 or 3. Thanks again Pennsyltucky! :cool:

          • pennsyltucky9 says:

            Okay, neuroway, hold on…I’m switching your IV over to a decaf drip instead…
            :arrow: There, that should be better in a couple minutes.

            Chillax, dude. Here, have a shot of Stoly. I’ll join ya — Ahhhh…

            Of course, what else can you do if you’re in the secret Antarctic bunker in midwinter? Better check your calendar, though. The ballenas won’t be back for oh, say about three months or so. It’s just you and the mother focas. :razz: Okay, gotta fire up the arctic cat for the long journey through the polar night. A TA’s job is never done.

          • neuroway says:

            @pennsyltucky9

            Damnity Pennsyltucky! A shot of Stoly is all I can have right now? And I was expecting a beluga in my secret bunker, if not a full grown ballena! And you say it’s only me and the arctic cat vs the motherfocas, at this time of the year? For three months or so? Nottta single blue ballena in sight? Not even a little white beluga?

            I got riled up, damnity! I will need to come back with something about this.

        • beevee14 says:

          Seems like there are alot of mother focas around but where are all of the father focas? And what the foca is a foca :???: :?:

  34. batdude247 says:

    Ugh. First I can’t go to Comic- Con for no tickets. I find out she was there and couldn’t go. Now I find out she’s coming to New York, the place I live, and I’m not gonna be here either. I’m gonna be in the Hamptons! :sad: You gotta be kidding me!

  35. greatestpotential says:

    :mrgreen: very exciting :!:

  36. PageDoll says:

    “Start spreadin’ the news…” Cant make it, but it should be a blast! :cool: Take lots of Pictures! :grin:

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