Baby Alive Baby All Gone Doll, Blonde

Baby Alive Baby All Gone Doll, Blonde

  • Doll comes with shirt, fabric diaper, yogurt cup and spoon, and bottle
  • Your little one will love feeding and taking care of her Baby All Gone doll
  • Baby All Gone talks and makes sounds
  • Yogurt on the spoon and milk in the bottle seem to disappear

Box is slightly damaged. Product is in excellent condition

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Baby Alive Baby All Gone – Brunette

Baby Alive Baby All Gone – Brunette

  • Officially Licensed

Baby Alive Baby All Gone – Brunette

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Baby Alive Baby All Gone – Blonde

Baby Alive Baby All Gone – Blonde

  • Now your little one can have a baby of her own that she can ‘feed’ and love! The BABY ALL GONE doll comes ready for your child to ‘feed’ her from the ‘magic bananas’ spoon.,Watch her amazement as the ‘bananas’ on the spoon disappear as she feeds the doll!,Then show her how to press the doll’s wrist bracelet to hear her talk!,Doll comes with outfit (2 pieces)
  • ‘magic bananas’ spoon and bowl
  • and sippy cup.,Ages 3 and up.

Baby Alive Baby All Gone – Blonde

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Every Thing’s Gone

Every Thing’s Gone

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The Subreption of A Chess-Player Gone Mad, 1 1/2

The Subreption of A Chess-Player Gone Mad, 1 1/2
Weird
Image by DerrickT
After bending the circle and full-well realizing that I knew I was going to do a few more of these images, I decided that perhaps there should be a level of underestimated "tension" that should be visualized as I had originally thought. After producing a few other images in the same relation, of which I didn’t particularly enjoy, I found this one to be more interesting. It often seems as though during the progress of creating something from a previous idea, whether it had been an idea a few days prior, months, or even years before, the progress takes a swing and will gradually veer off into another direction, whereas when completely improvising, there seems to be a ‘wheel of fortune’-like binder — one that continues to open, clipping the paper in, to then unopen and release the paper from its strangle — where an introduction of wide-lensed recognition becomes relatively expanded versus that of the compressed idea that had been circling the mindscape for a few days, or whenever. I am, however, not stating that I am completely oblivious within the containment of such expressions, but I’ve found (with photography as well as with creating anything) that the plane of expression becomes xerophytic in the sense that what is in the mind is literally ‘wanting’ to be released. There’s a particular "hight" that diametricalizes each splinter, or goove-cut which places me in the mind-frame (before even photographing any ideas) of how I would want the viewer to ‘see’ it, so that perhaps they are able to ‘feel’ something, whether in clusters or bunches (or even smaller, it doesn’t matter, as long as it is something), or whether it is sympathy, comedy, fear, or an accumulation of deeply-rooted ramages. Perhaps this is one reason why I like to consider myself a "Pinecone", because a Pinecone can be the ‘ramus’ of an array of emotions for "others" to visualize.

The image here, which is the second and last image of this, I won’t say "set" because it’s only two photographs and I don’t really like to consider two photographs as being a ‘set’ although they are technically, if anything a "pair", is an image where, after having my initial idea grow and progress, like when getting to know someone in a personal relationship, became a more experimental ‘conception’ as time had passed, and was the rationalism of not only the repellent of something that nature/mankind often possesses, because of fear or what essentially becomes our emotional ‘state’ after realizing "why" we are acting like that, which often stems from what we think in our minds, which creates such a reaction towards what we expect, but also the logic that is usually behind it. One sees a dead fly. One may not react as ‘sadly’ as if it were their pet dog, fish, cat, etc.

It may be a lousy example, but "chess" here is very much a part of this image, but what lies beneath the conceptuality, is an even more redivivus curvature to think upon…

Google Search Gone Wrong ~ The Shit Fountain

Google Search Gone Wrong ~ The Shit Fountain
Weird
Image by Viewminder
The kids were drivin’ me crazy and it was only a couple of days into their winter break.

I had to get out of the house and go do something…

so I got onto google and I typed ‘weird shit in Chicago.’

This came up.

I have to admit…

I’d never heard of the Shit Fountain before.

‘Could it possibly be real’ I wondered.

I got the kids in the car and I plugged the coordinates of this mystical sight into the GPS.

I told them we were gonna see something cool.

I didn’t tell them exactly what it was.

It was going to be a surprise.

‘This better not be like that time you took us to see all the Dutch windmills in Illinois in one day dad’ one of them chided.

They’re still bitter about that.

‘I hope it’s not some historical marker or something like that either.’

I only told them that I was gonna take them to see something like they had never seen before.

Parking the car I gathered them up and crossed the street…

When they saw it their jaws dropped…

they looked at each other and one of them said…

‘dad… you’re an idiot.’

Followed by…

‘I’ll be in the car’

and ‘me too.’

I thought it was kinda edgy though.

I heard that it’s a piece of protest art created by a guy who got sick of people not cleaning up after their dogs.

I thought maybe it was a commentary on the state of Chicago politics.

Regardless…

it was a very quiet drive to the Chicago History Museum after that.

‘This better be a real museum dad.’

If you wanna check out the Shit Fountain in Chicago it’s at 1005 N. Wolcott Avenue.

Gone Away (Album Version)

Gone Away (Album Version)

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Augusta, Gone

Augusta, Gone

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