Thursday, May 31, 2007

Lava HNT

I was a child of the late 60s/70s. As such, I was witness to all the really cool things you see on "That 70s Show". Bead curtains. Black lights/posters. Bell bottoms and platform shoes. Bay City Rollers. Sorry about the alliteration...

One of the coolest "must-haves" was the LavaLamp. That wonderfully bubbly concoction of colored liquid and that gloopy stuff. And only a regular bottle cap closing off the top. Funny how the lamp didn't work after you took that thing off... The LavaWorld company made a fortune off of that stuff, and is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. As we all get older, we adapt to the times. LavaWorld has done the same as it's grown, expanding their selection well beyond the gloopy stuff.

Among the fun they offer the computer savvy people of the 21st century is this way cool, USB-run glitter lamp! And how did I get it, you ask? It was one of numerous birthday gifts given to me last month from the beautiful and sexy Tara Tainton and her equally beautiful and sexy partner/lover/friend. I've had it at work and spent numerous hours staring at it. What a wonderful way to take me back to the days of my youth! And not get a damned thing done...

Click 'em to big 'em!

This MG had to go private a few months back but looks forward the day of opening her blog back up. In the meantime - she's creating a new, public blog that she'll co-contribute to with her best friend and partner in crime. Look for more info on that to come. We'll reveal her tomorrow, but if you recognize anything here, drop her a line!
Our MG this week is none other than that Skittish Kitty herself...PHAIN! As mentioned earlier - Phain and her co-hort Fame are starting a brand new joint blog that goes live on Friday, June 1st. Save this link and be sure to visit them often: JUST BETWEEN FRIENDS.
"...the Other HNT" has a number of new "faces" this week. And is definitely NSFW again. Be sure to check out your fellow HNTers!
Click here to get to the Contest. Still needing suggestions for a prize! And because I've heard from you about how difficult it is, I'll strike out the extra 6 people that aren't really in the mosaic. You'll thank me later...

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