- Where Kids Go, last week's big piece. I don't know where they go.
- Pinky-Swearing In Time and at a dumb movie.
- Statistics Saturday: Ingredients List For Libby’s 29 oz Can of 100% Pure Pumpkin, one of my most heartwarming bits of found comedy lately.
- And Then I Lost My Chain Of Thought thanks to some news that's not at all oddball but had a great headline.
- Statistics Saturday For April And How That Went, reviewing my readership.
- And It Was Just A Flyer For Cheap Tires Anyway, in little indignities of the mail service.
- This Still Seems Like The Hard Way Somehow featuring astronauts and remote-controlled cars.
- From The April 2016 Scraps File, all stuff that didn't appear last month.
And with that done, how about go to Saturday at Motor City Furry Con for a look around, almost all at the fursuit parade before and after?
The rabbit we didn't adopt. I couldn't get a better picture as the Animal Magic people asked folks not to take photographs, citing how camera flashes and fuss could stress the animal.
The (lone?) quad fursuiter that I saw at Motor City Furry Con 2016. My knees ache just pondering walking like that. I don't know how actual people do it.
Not the fursuit parade! This is just people getting to the assembly room so they can get into the fursuit parade. The parade will go the other direction. Note to the left is nothing but glass to the open sunny daylight outside, which is why my camera needed exposure times so long that everybody came out blurry.
This is the rather silly dinosaur that was two or three people behind bunny_hugger in the parade and who drew all the attention away from her.
Fursuit characters try to escape to the more hospitable climate and supportive environment of the Taco Bell down the road.
Trivia: The first Viking 1 lander photograph, showing a blue sky, was released the 21st of July, 1976. The true, red-sky, version was released the 26th. Source: On Mars: Exploration of the Red Planet 1958 - 1978, Edward Clinton Ezell, Linda Neuman Ezell. NASA SP-4212.
Currently Reading: Ain't That A Knee-Slapper: Rural Comedy in the 20th Century, Tom Hollis.