Cory Doctorow at 11:12 pm Thu, Nov 3, 2011
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Flickr user Leeloo's "Artoo Tutu" costume may be the single cutest thing I've seen this Hallowe'en.
Now that’s the droid I’m looking for.
Came to drop witty comment, discovered comments were already won.
Something something remove her restraining bolt!
Oh, I’m afraid the deflector shield will be quite operational… There’s a joke in there somewhere.
Ridiculous. That’s the most adorable thing I’ve ever seen, and I have two kids.
I think she has a R2D2 brain slug.
I want an entire corps of them, dancing to The Nutcracker Suite.
Shouldn’t it just be, Artu-tu?
*activate tractor beam*
Very nice. That’s one droid I wouldn’t mind interfacing with.
Must… control…. fist of …. love….
I’m biased, but I thought my daughter was pretty cute this year.
What a cutie! She looks a little like Alyson Hannigan.
Dammit, but she’s just too cute for words! Fantastic outfit, one of the best genre-inspired I’ve ever seen. Just lovely.
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SOUND IT OUT #5.
Things are not what they seem here. Phantogram sounds like a sexy, cosmopolitan collective, not a couple of childhood friends recording music in a barn outside tiny Saratoga Springs, New York.
Twenty years ago, the United States sent almost 700,000 soldiers to Kuwait and Iraq as part of Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm.
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