your never to old to learn new skills
HAVEhave YOUyou MASmas TEREDtered THESEthese TRICKStricks?
Fascinating. It leads me to wunder where this guy eats his breakfasts.
Isn’t that the guy who ran the tool shed over in the art department at CSLB? If not, obviously he’s running one in some art department somewhere. I swear those guys all look alike.
OK, somebody owes me 3:07 minutes of my life back. And you thought I had nothin’ to do, playing solitare till dawn with a deck of 51…still it’s amusing that you did get me to watch this guy cross his eyes back and forth.
This is a crack up. Add to the list of things I can’t do: cross my eyes.
Now my eyes hurt. Or does that mean they’re out of shape? And one, and two, and three…I let you imagine the echo.
Lesson 2: Do your ears hang low? Tie them in a knot, tie them in a bow.
Susan: NO-o DID-did YOU-you?
John: and they all keep a donation jar for feeding the campus cats
Jean: 70,000 viewers agree
PJ: so you favor the eye over the echo
AH: Mr V can do that
Actually, I like the echo effect best (best best best) but the single crossed eye was interesting because it’s a learned technique for something I thought was a genetic predisposition. I’m a big fan of Sandy Blakeslee, et al.
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