Sutro kickstart_life
kickstart_life Now have two girls wearing glasses that don't need them. 14min

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life The superhero's were cool, but these were my comics. SprrrrrrrriiiiiiinnnnngBrrrrrreaaaak! 7h

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Hoping to get my hands on a bigger version of one of these this year. 5d

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Before the term pc was thrown around, it was ok for a lad to play with toy soldiers and guns. The UK version of GI Joe was called Action Man. Here's his weekend case. Another find at my parent's place. 5d
  •   kickstart_life "Printed in British Crown Colony of Hong Kong." 5d

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Thanks Suzie. 6d

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Peeked through my folks records and found that they'd held out on me. Hope they didn't wear out The Great Rock N' Roll Swindle or my boxed Velvet Underground set. Missed those ten minute John Cale wailing viola solos. 1w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Have you guys ever seen cardboard art before? This is from Vic and just brilliant. 1w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Severalth pi today. 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Someone fits her sister's old hi tops. 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Mornin', Pi people. 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Gorgeous Chet Atkins. 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life The rain didn't seem to matter. 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Captain 100. Jammin' 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life "I'm skating for Leonard Nimoy today." She listened to Faith No More's Be Aggressive in the car on the way here. "When I get to the wall, I just pretend Justin Bieber's chasing me with some McDonalds." She's ready. In her favourite shirt @jillhoven 3w
  •   jillhoven So much AWESOME!! And so fierce!! (Also, Faith No More was seriously one of my fave bands in high school; now I need to go find all my old tapes. ) Live long and prosper... and play all the derby!! 3w
  •   sullie72_ I'm familiar with the lyrical content of Be aggressive. Perhaps you may want to read them. Then break all the radios. And send her to a nunnery. 3w
  •   kickstart_life I'm familiar too. As soon as she is. The song will go silent @sullie72_ 3w
  •   the_only_marceline She's wearing the shirt! 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Thing1 always carries her positive graffiti around nowadays. 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Away party of two. Nerdistanis from Nerdistan. 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Thing2's "bootiful" decals for her bed. Found these old stock water slide decals somewhere online years ago. #vintage theme to be continued. 3w
  •   girlwithsometoes So sweet! Hurts my teeth 3w
  •   laryett I recognize that bed....so glad that another little one is dreaming while sleeping there. 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Might as well use this cool old stuff that's lying around. Gonna hashtag this #vintage special for @brianfurman cause he digs that stuff. 4w

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life Kinders today. Lots of them. Lots. Beer. 1mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

kickstart_life More from the school bag. Hazlehead Academy. The school lunches were fantastic. The 'cool' kids had to show their parents they'd bought their weekly meal tickets, then turned around and sold them to glean money to buy ciggies from the "vannies". The two vans were there everyday at lunch to cater to all the needs an 11-16 might have. Crisps, gum, pop, cigarettes. A kid may not have enough money for a full pack, plus they were harder to hide. So they mostly sold half packs.
Meal tickets could be obtained for a fraction of their face value from the cool kids. Then after lunch you too had enough money to buy something from the vans. In the lunchroom the same guys always queued for seconds. Seven cheese soufflés was my record.
During my fifth year the school was divided into two houses for lunch - North and South. In North you wore a red band on your blazer. In South, a shit brown band. Most of my friends were in North. Somehow I ended up in South. It was strictly enforced. Took me a couple of weeks to procure North bands. Sewing was not my forte, but the reversible bands worked adequately.
1mon

» LOG IN to write comment.