hermione granger - Harry Potter<<<< I read it in the voices. 1) IMMOBULUS 2) stupefy! 3) finite incantatem( with extra pronunciation on the t's) 4) pretrificus totalus( rushed and a little scared) 5) BOMBARDA ( emphasis on the b's) 6) oculus reparo( very confident and rehearsed) 7) lacarnum inflamara ( in a whisper) 8) obliviate ( in that strangeled voice) the end almost killed me
Halloween masks sold by Ben Cooper, the largest Halloween costume company in the U.S. by 1979 (it's now dissolved), offering pretty much any pop culture reference in costume form. Responsible for turning Halloween into big business...
Some of us still yearn for the low-tech good old days. Like I did a couple days ago when some massive sort of malware infected computers everywhere and it took me two hours to accomplish a two minute task. I think the nabobs of modern technology have taken a page out of Gyro's playbook. He and the Chancellor both have a passion to rush new devices into use before they're fully tested. Gyro is constantly upgrading his inventions until they're improved beyond the point of usefulness.
Maybe this will help put you on the right track. It's from Dave Lowe's blog (davelowe.blogspot.com). He's a super creative guy that uses a lot of everyday items to make amazing props.Here's another post from his blog that might be helpful:http://davelowe.blogspot.com/2009/08...ing-cheap.html