Have you seen this?

I just spent twenty fascinated, horrified minutes perusing this site.


  • Wow. Just wow. Also, why?

    posted by Blogger Suzanne on 8:52 PM  

  • Because he/she has too much time on their hands, that's why!

    posted by Blogger Heather on 9:08 PM  

  • I have seen that before. Isn't it amazing?!

    posted by Blogger Adrienne on 10:30 PM  

  • Hmm, the attendance seems a little low for such an important occasion...

    And I'm not sure I'd want giant cats at my church...


    posted by Anonymous Anonymous on 11:50 PM  

  • The giant cats are my favourite part.

    posted by Blogger jo(e) on 9:55 AM  

  • I did it--I need money, help, a v8 something or other, and I don't know what all--fun!

    ...but this feels like some sort of ouija board exercise. Are we there already?--using google as a way to read tea leaves or cast bones. (of course not, because we don't take it seriously--but then again, I *was* curious about what it said I needed.)

    posted by Anonymous hubby on 10:45 AM  

  • After a few weeks of avoiding the internet, Bookworm returns in full force with things like lego congregations, virtual oija boards, and nothing at all about books.

    My favorite is the one about the hands-on comforting. What kind of killing spree were you on? Flies? Houseplants? Silverfish?

    posted by Anonymous Laura on 11:10 PM  

  • I think more churches should have giant cats.

    posted by Blogger Isabella on 10:40 AM  

  • Oh wow! I wanna do it toooo, me toooooo!

    posted by Blogger Running2Ks on 10:58 AM  

  • Almost as good as the LTR screen shots with new dialogue that you had up a month or so ago.

    Thanks for the link

    posted by Blogger doulicia on 10:58 AM  

  • All right, Miss Smarty-Pants-English-Teacher! Let's just UNPACK THE TEXT, shall we? It says "that" killing spree. Not "her" killing spree. There is nothing in the text to justify your inference that Julie is the perpetrator of said spree. I believe the perp is my cat Jennie, who regularly deposits small corpses on our back steps.

    posted by Blogger Julie on 11:02 AM  

  • I'm with Isabella. I'd love a church that had giant cats.

    I'm also with Running. The, uh, hidden subtext of my posting the link is that I really do love Legos. I still have mine from childhood, including the motor.

    posted by Blogger Julie on 11:08 AM  

  • Oh my oh my oh, i mean meowwwwwww!
    I can't force myself to view more than the 3 photos I saw. This is a LEGO NIGHTMARE! Julie, good thing I don't have your number as I stay awake for this reason, instead of those other ones posted on my blog...... Where do you find such things??? Lego PALACE? Lego for LUNATICS? (that was said w/ affection.)

    posted by Blogger Green-Eyed Lady(GEL) on 12:51 AM  

  • Um. That gave me the heebie jeebies.

    posted by Anonymous Nixie Knox on 8:09 PM