Thursday, February 05, 2009

Get Iconic

Most of you have seen that image of Barack Obama with the moniker HOPE or CHANGE under it. Now there is a website where you can make your own. I submit three variations of my own.


Pandabonium said...

poopie. You've been tagged for Photo Tag!.

word verification: anerp - "what one wants to do when tagged"

Arkonbey said...

Flange is the best!

word verification:"eness". the quality of being like the 14th letter of the alphabet. For example, a "u" has a great deal of eness while the "E" has very little eness.

The Moody Minstrel said...


What about phase, chorus, compress, distort, overdrive, aurally excite, and all those other things that only guitarists and studio nuts give a [expletive] about?

ladybug said...

I find them all quite loveable...especially since they were made about my fav folks!

Dave said...

I also like flange. In fact, I had a good flange in my hands this morning. It weighed ten pounds.

What is an oral exciter?

oldsounc - what came before the old sound

Don Snabulus said...


Will do (at least until I anerp).


I kinda liked that one too. I don't think girls are going for the E. Oh, you said eness, not pe...never mind.


That's funny because I haven't thought about the music kind of flange in years.


Should I be jealous of the flange?


Rob Halford from Judas Priest is an oral exciter (in just about any way you can think of).

Dean Wormer said...


I couldn't get it to work for some reason. I wanted to do Kermit with the word "rainbows" underneath.

word verification- "fetanyl" = a chemical derived from goat cheese.

Some Thai Guy said...


Don Snabulus said...


That sucks. You might have a firewall issue uploading files.

Thai Guy,


catpsi said...

my i submit...

word verification:
seriously. i got sponse.
see here:
never heard of it!

The Languageman said...


What language?

Ecaterina Szabo said...

Oh, tu rău de americani! Vreau să vă biff foarte greu!

Don Snabulus said...


I want to believe...


©¶έשׁ℮╓, very ©¶έשׁ℮╓.

The Moody Minstrel said...

Speaking of languages, here's a fun game. Using Babel Fish, I translated a phrase into Chinese and back into English, then translated it to French, French to Greek, Greek back to English. Then I translated the English into German, German to French, French to Portuguese, and then Portuguese back to English.

The result: "They eat my meat and the blood." (I'll let you guess what I started out with.)

What I learned: I had WAAYYYYY too much time on my hands this evening.

Word verification: feringf - Af racf of bif-earef alienf frof Staf Tref. If believf Quarf waf onf of thesf.

Pandabonium said...

Sounds like communion, Moody.

Swinebread said...

very fun!