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Lidsville September 24, 2010

Posted by Mitchell in Art.
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So recently blogfriend Steamboat McGoo at Aardvarks & Asshats put up a post about some Steampunk chicks he’d found.  The first pic caught my eye and the first thing I said was “Nice hat!”  Then I began to wonder where I might acquire such a thing for myself.  To the internets!!   Lo and behold, there are many such things available. Particularly at Head ‘n Home where I found these two beauties:

Aren’t they gorgeous?  Then of course there’s the Stove Piper which is like the first one, only taller.  I was seriously considering the Stove Piper but it occurred to me that it’s probably a bit on the heavy side and that either one of these two would be more comfortable.

And of course it isn’t enough, I had to keep on looking and found Luna Rana’s hats on Etsy.  Aren’t those fun?  Oh decisions, decisions.

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1. Steamboat McGoo - September 24, 2010

Excellent hat selection!

2. S. Weasel - September 24, 2010

I’ll see your hats, and raise you some engraved knives on Etsy.

And here I thought it was all knitted change purses and bad paintings over there.

3. Mitchell - September 24, 2010

Thankee McGoo!

Whoa, a rare visit from The Stoated One! And tempting me with kniveses. Ah, very nice. And yeah, there’s tons of cool stuff at Etsy. Thanks for dropping by!

4. S. Weasel - September 24, 2010

I’m making another attempt to get into Twitter, where I followed your link.

I’m having a hard time getting Twitter. I mean, yes…I get it, but it seems like a very high noise to signal ratio. And the best links turn up in people’s blogs anyhow.

Mitchell - September 24, 2010

Twitter, yes much of it’s rather, um there’s a word I want use, but I can’t think of it right now…anyway, yes I know what you mean. Still, it got you here – so it’s a successful twitter day. 😉 It’s great for people that are great at pithy things. Fred Thompson is one of the best – he’s a zinger machine.

5. LC Aggie Sith - September 24, 2010

Holy hell in a bucket of chicken, Mitch…. are you a-yorling again???

ROFL!!!

Mitchell - September 24, 2010

Yes! I can’t help myself. Oh, and I couldn’t decide between those two so I decided not to decide and just bought them both. 😀

6. Lemur King - September 24, 2010

Major a-Yorling.

Wise choice on the hats, Mitchell – if in doubt, buy ’em all and sort it out later.

Good catch, Weas… this knife on that site is a beauty: http://www.etsy.com/listing/45526386/engraved-leupold-big-rock-fixed-blade

Lemur King - September 24, 2010

Oh yes… are you still hooked on Girl Genius?

7. Mitchell - September 24, 2010

Oh, yes! In fact I even had a dream about Castle Heterodyne last week. 😀 But I’m caught up! So now I have to wait for each strip, which kinda sucks. Oh well. It gives me something to look forward to three times a week. I’ma gonna buy a poster too.

8. Larry - September 25, 2010

WTF is a-yorling? (showing my intertube ignorance I know).
I’m so disappointed that no one got my Firefly reference.

9. Mitchell - September 25, 2010

Welcome Larry! The term “Yorling” is something of an inside joke amongst a few blogs, so it’s definitely not a general intertube ignorance on your part. Without going into the details it generally means shopping for and buying cool (if somewhat pricey) items. Case in point, I just spent nearly $300 for that pair of hats yesterday. You can go through my previous posts and find plenty of prior examples. I do it a lot.

Did you make the Firefly reference here? I’m usually pretty good at picking those up.


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