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Posted by Ibrahim on Jan 22, 2015
I love to watch the behind the scnees stuff. Contrary to those who feel this demystifies the process, I find it utterly fascinating to watch the various levels of decision-making that go into each episode. The sheer attention to detail that is given to minutia is mind-boggling. (Although, this makes it harder to reconcile some rather obvious continuity or production errors from time to time. cough Jeremy Bentham’s obituary cough)
Posted by Caroline on Jan 20, 2015
One year, I got my daughter (then aournd 10 years old) a Klutz origami book as backseat entertainment for a long trip. She loved it, and the car was soon overtaken by numerous paper critters — including a rabbit that kept sliding off the dashboard, earning the moniker, “the suicidal bunny.”
Posted by Carlos on Jan 19, 2015
Lovely rabbit!! I too used to wodenr how people could create something just by folding a piece of paper. As I have practiced it, I find that origami is a bit like music or like painting. We learn the basics notes or color combinations, and little by little we start to add “vocabulary” until one day we are able to do something on our own.
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Posted by Emily on Aug 26, 2014
My favorite toy as a kid was my iQuest.
Posted by Ashley Chow on Jul 25, 2014
My LEGO building set.
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