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Illustration Friday: ONOMATOPOEIA
This weeks topic at Illustration Friday is Onomatopoeia, and since that is a word that I have love saying since I first heard it when I was little, I decided to try and find the time whilst taking care of the baby viking to upload a submission for the theme...
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European folks: Does anyone know of a site that streams live football at good resolutions? Husband might lose some of his favourite sportsball tv stations when we move and we're trying to find a solution that doesn't include having to pay stupid amounts for the extra channel package from the cable provider. We don't mind having to pay a small amount a month for a reliable, reputable online service if there is one. #soccer #football #sports #championsleague #premierleague #facup2013  
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My friend Siobhan is amazing....
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I will never understand how some magazines get away with charging a pantload for a publication which is 80+% advertising? Like why do people put up with that? Those magazines get paid stupid amounts of money to run those ads, and the reader then pays them for the privilege of being brainwashed....um what?

From now on, any magazine I'm interested in that has more than 2 pages of advertising at the beginning, I'm not buying. I'd like to pay for quality journalism from intelligent, educated people, not for pictures of vapid bints holding or wearing the most recent pieces of useless popular crap.
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This is why paper magazines are going the way of the dodo. I stopped reading long ago, too many ads.
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SOLD! 'I Crochet' shopping tote bag -> http://tinyurl.com/atlvgxw
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You know what I (really don't) love: Using some of the few minutes I have to myself these days to send requests for an image credit to people using my artwork on their blogs/websites/tumblrs/twitter avatars/etc. 

I don't really care if they use it, but really, it's not that hard to find out who the artist is and just drop in a credit.
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Not directed at you in particular, no +Jenny Hart Boren . I found it being used on a lot of different posts on a lot of different blogs, hence my frustration (took me ages to contact everyone). I'm actually really greatful to those lovely people, like yourself, who have so quickly edited their posts, no matter how old, to credit me. It's heartening :)

On a side note, I actually still get a lot of hits on my sunshine lollipops and rainbow post too, which is what prompted me to just do a quick reverse image search on it. There must either be a lot of Lesley Gore fans, or a hell of a lot of people who, like us, still get that song stuck in their head :p
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Okay peeps looking for some white goods advice. 

We're going to get a dryer soon and there are apparently 2 types that one can choose from. There is the type that has a tube that you can stick out a window etc. to get rid of the excess warm, moist air, and then there is the type that has a catcher that you need to empty the condensation from each time (a condenser dryer I think it's called).

We'll be sticking it in our bathroom/laundry room which has a shower in it, a smallish window and no exhaust fan.

Can anyone let me know which dryer they think would be best for that type of environment? we're looking to reduce the risk of getting bathroom mould due to humidity etc.
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omg hes so cute! :)
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A little lesson in Danish culture for my Non-Danish friends:

Did you know that in Denmark it is very common for folks to leave their babies in prams outside of shops and cafés when they go in to shop or eat. Most of the time the parents have little baby monitors to keep an ear on them, but the sight of many little ones lined up outside in the streets is still a little disconcerting to me, even after being exposed to it for 5 years.

Also, it is a Health Ministry recommendation that you put even the youngest babies outside in the cold air in winter so that they get fresh air. Again, the sight of prams out in the snow, with no one around watching them does my head in, and is really not something I'm comfortable doing. I have, however, come to agree that the cold brisk air is absolutely awesome for helping baby to have a good long daytime nap, so our fella gets wrapped up in warm clothes and blankets and put in his pram bed insert next to a wide open window in the kitchen. Gets down to freezing in there sometimes, but he's usually out like a light within a couple of minutes and sleeps for a good few hours. It's bliss.
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Erik and his dad enjoying the 'Alhambra' episode of Tabletop. Awesome fun show. http://youtu.be/DpsQbnup0oE
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Artist, designer, photographer, cat wrangler, steampunk raconteur.
Introduction
I'm an Australian artist living in Denmark with my very lovely danish archaeologist husband, our young son and our mad, psychotic street kitten, Kalimah.

I have been creating art for as long as I can remember, and hopefully will be doing so for a long time to come. Most of the works at my 'Lee Lee and the Bee' network of webshops are digital pieces, or traditional pieces reworked slightly in some form of illustration program. I am self taught in most of these processes, and love using them to find new and wonderful ways of making the sometimes slightly odd ideas in my head a visual reality

My work has been described as eclectic, joyous, fun, fantastical and, in the words of my husband, "sometimes kind of crazy-insane".

Some of my other passions include reading speculative fiction, all things steampunk, browsing the internet to laugh at silly pictures, social networking, and trying to learn code.
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Visited Antarctica for 2 weeks in january 1999 -- | -- My husband and I made a pretty handsome human being |
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Leanne Leplaw
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