OMG!!! This is too funny! ROTFLMAO!! How do you think this shit up?
Well, he was just sitting there by the Beta tank and I thought, "I should take a picture of him looking in". Then I thought "I'll put it on my blog". Then the madness overcame me.
oh, the adventures he could go on! what a great idea!
I have all kinds of plans for the little chap.
Here in Chicago WFMT has "Monday Morning Mozart" every Monday morning at 6. I will just bet you that is the same Mozart Action Figure they offer as a premium when you send in a donation during their pledge drives. Damn, I got the Violin sonatas instead. Shee-it!
I was at the Rossauer Lände yesterday and took photos for you.Had to go to the vineyards early in the morning, so there was no time yet to sort yesterday's photos, but soon, I promise.Have a lovely day,greetings from Vienna(gorgeous day again here)M.
Where can I buy that Mozart action figure? My oldest daughter shares her birthday with Mozart, the 27th of January. I'd love to give this little Mozart to her (she always gets some little Mozart thingie, poor baby, I willed her to wait for 2 days after due date *g*).
You can find them here. Mine was given to me as a gift last year, but until yesterday, I hadn't really done anything with it. He just sat by my Beta's tank.
I'm sorry Merisi. My first cup of coffee hadn't yet hit my still sleeping brain when I read your comment.You took pictures? Vielen Dank!
I especially like the Crazy Cat Lady and Lunch Lady action figures, LMAO!!!
man, I want the whole set, LOL!!! think of the productions we could put on! "Jesus vs The Lunch Lady" ROFL!
Did you see THIS page?
Cap'n Danger, TOO MUCH!!!!!!
We need to get these and make a storyboard kind of feature. Kind of like Mr. Bill, but without the stop-motion.
Oh no! Mr Bill!! LOL
Thank you for the link.I almost spilled my tea over the keyboard when I noticed the Product Features:A child prodigy for your family. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was perhaps the most astonishing musical child prodigy of all time. He learned to play the piano at age four, played it brilliantly by age six, and wrote his first symp This hard plastic action figure of him stands 5-inches tall and features moveable arms and legs, allHe looks much cuter in your picture, btw.!
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