"Some People Just Don't Belong"- Caddyshack
Kid is not a smiler.
I haven't raised a daughter, but quite of few of those photos look like she's much older than advertised. Especially some of those shots when she was 10. I'm thinking "No way is she 10" while I'm watching.
That girl talked for 14 straight years?!?My own daughter's real life progress didn't seem much slower to me than that time lapse. Zzzzzzip. Right on by.
Yeah, I agree she looked a lot older than her age after about nine.Also they're at their most cute in the 4-8 y/o range.
I believe this has already been featured in a Verizon or AT&T tv spot a year or two ago.
Wow. Especially fun to see in light of the thoughts that came to mind following the "What's the Hell is Wrong with Old Men? thread, where this:Blogger ricpic said...What I see in the old is the child peeping out --Still peeping out, still wary, still looking for a hug. Led to this (unpublished but hanging about in an open window): I believe there's a child that peeps out of everyone, watching with the same pair of eyes that have been seeing and forming perceptions since the first inspiration. Or maybe even before that time and breath, when warm darkness covered the face of the deep. The child doesn't go away. It continues to grow until it eventually develops a functional shell, which works until it doesn't. When that shell cracks, wears out, or takes an especially powerful blow, what's remained inside starts to show again.With this video the forming of the functional cover is easy to see while eyes keep looking, watching for someone who'll say, "I see you" in return.
Is it me or is this just really creepy?
It's only half creepy. Wait 'til old age rings the bell for round two.
Creepy in the sense of new technology, which is inherently creepy.What did he do to have her talk so much... ask about her day.
And why pronounce at 14, how about 18, when free to fly the nest, well, other than than the health care umbrella of 26.
Yo, MamaM.That's a good shoutout. As opposed to a Hussein shoutout.
They should follow through on this--all the way to the nursing home and beyond. It's technologically feasible to insert a camera in the coffin, it would be interesting to see the flesh cede from her skull and the skull collapse into dust. You'd probably need as faster stop gap camera for the later stages. One picture every ten years say.
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