actor, producer, cautious internet-user
1844 days ago
she'll never know records. or tapes. or cds. or polaroids. but she will have a life full of iphones. good luck kid. eat your hummus.
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It's actually pretty sad. all of that good stuff is just, gone. forever.
lol like the size of my mom, that could be my mom. :) i still luv my mom tho.
get a life, Zach!
this is sad but funny at the same time.
thats alot of arm...
that reflection on the glass, it appears to be of a blonde with flowing hair. but, i don't see you. i just love the amalgam of sights on this photo.
Broadway and 60-somethingth street in New York? That's a very familiar looking reflection.
i just find it funny u creepily took a pic of this lady n her baby... nice quinto!
Why do I find the word "hummus" so funny?
It´s a funny picture of a hungry technology baby.Me encanta¡¡
there are some people, like me, who have kept their record & tapes; & I still have my Dad's polaroid camera, his old 35mm camera & my own 35mm SLR camera that I have just bought. Too many memories connected with them to throw them out. I will keep my cd's
Baby's just getting ready for Hollywood!
i have no words for this commentary. except that hummus is tasty.
Funny how music, broadcasting, & photography changes, but we'll always have hummus.
Haha, good point!
Did you just lurk behind a window and take pictures of strange people? She shouldn't know the meaning of "stalking" too soon either... On a serious note a huge technology crash before the apocalypse could bring back tapes and stereos big time for any surv
still trying to figure out your pic, mr. puzzle.
too bad you couln't capture this moment with a polaroid. (c;
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