A Tale of Two Dressers


By popular demand here are some photos of my sticker-laden dressers.

I realized as I was putting this collage together, that in fact I forgot to take a snap of one of the dresser tops. I didn’t forget to take detailed shots of the BACKS (not many stickers, but a few) or the inside of the drawers themselves (as seen above). I didn’t forget, I just didn’t want to bother. I figure what I present should keep you occupied for a while. It’s like a “Where’s Waldo” of pop culture over the past 20 years, only EVERYTHING is a Waldo, fer Crissakes.

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Count The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets stickers!! Feel free to ask questions, I will do my best to answer.

9 Replies to “A Tale of Two Dressers”

  1. Also, two things.

    1) Can you (or if you don’t want to, can I try) run the images you want to stitch together through that photo stitching app I have?

    2) Regardless, can you put this up on your Flickr account, so we can use the note tool on it?

  2. Indeed, it is from the TNG pilot, but do you remember the character’s name, or the actors? That’s the real trivia!

    And there’s more trivia besides, relating to the Superfriends.

  3. He’s Michael Bell and he played administrator Groppler Zorn.

    He’s had a couple of other roles in DS9. And he’s a voice actor who worked on GI Joe, the Transformers, and assorted video games. He also over-dubbed Peter Criss’ dialogue in KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park.

    This was pretty much all plagerized from here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Bell

  4. Well David, that’s what I call CHEATING. You lose, and you’ve ruined it for everyone. However, no-prize goes to the person who can tell me what role he played on Superfriends, without cheating.

    I believe on Transformers he played that mad scientist, Dr Archeville. I can remember that, but not what I did yesterday. Amazing!

  5. Whoops. For some reason I thought that you didn’t know who he was and just wanted the information. I’ll never try and be helpful again. I hope you’re happy. ;P

  6. To make up, I’ll present an additional question. Which onomatopoeically named Marvel comics villain has he voiced?

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