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Pink Funkier Monkey School Backpack by FourPeas
Pink Funkier Monkey School Backpack by FourPeas
Pink Funkier Monkey School Backpack by Four Peas - All school book sized backpacks are 14 inches tall, 12 inches wide, and 5 inches thick with plenty of room for many items. The backpacks are made of a 600 denier plus nylon and are very sturdy. The straps are adjustable and padded and are conveniently attached to the sides of the backpack for easy on and off access. The front pocket is spacious and contains 5 slots for pens or pencils. There are also two pockets, one on each side of the backpack, that have Velcro flaps to secure smaller items. The pockets are perfect for a bottle of water a cellular phone, calculator, etc.

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Fungus the Bogeyman
Fungus the Bogeyman
Photo by Mark Loasby. We created this role to cover some of the scene changes - and it was a chance for me to go crazy with the face paint. Boogie Nights Faringdon Community College Musical, 2010. Directed by Julia Nichols and Giles Watson. Music Direction by Ella Kolodziej. Set design by Paul Spurrett and Natalie Thomas. Costumes by Kathleen Thomas and Ulia Haynes. The following is the basic script which we wrote in order to keep the action constant during scene changes, but there was a lot of improvisation too! Fungus 1. (Pre-show, p. 9) Cue: Paul McCartney/Bogey Music – music plays as Fungus enters, fades as conversation starts. Bouncer: Yeah, what do you want? Fungus: Is this Bogey Nights? Bouncer: Boogie Nights. Yes, this is Boogie Nights. What's it to you? Fungus: (Shakes his hand) Well, if this is Bogey Nights, then I'm Fungus the Bogeyman, so obviously my presence would add significantly to the ambience - if you wouldn't mind letting me inside… Bouncer: Bogeyman? Well you can't come in here. That hairstyle is against the dress code, and your clothes are wet and - er - rather musty - Fungus: (proudly) Smelly you mean. That's because I spread patent bogey odorant liberally on my underarm hair just for the occasion. Bouncer: (noticing Bogey-bike) What's that? Fungus: It's the latest in Bogey design: built for slowness, so one can savour the stink of the sewers. I had it especially sprayed with liberal helpings of cow and pig manure before riding it here - Bouncer: Well if that's your bike, get on it! Fungus: Oh that this too too solid flesh would melt, thaw and resolve itself into a dew. (Exits.) Rockers: Before 1. Scene 2, p. 20 Rocker 1: (Imitating badly): "Don't blame it on the sunshine/ Don't blame it on the moonlight/ Don't blame it on the good times/ Blame it on the airheaded geek in spangled flares with a glitterball for a head." Rocker 2: (Imitating badly): "Don't blame it on the sunshine/ Don't blame it on the moonlight/ Don't blame it on the good times/ Blame it on John Revolting and Olivia Neutron Bomb - I wish they both were dead." Rocker 3: (Imitating badly): "Don't blame it on the sunshine/ Don't blame it on the moonlight/ Don't blame it on the good times/ Blame it on some lousy poncy dancer prancing on the stage… Rocker 1: Singing in falsetto… Rocker 2: If we caught him down the ghetto... Rocker 3: We'd have him dancing faster… Rocker 1: Thrashing his head in the moshpit... Rocker 2: We'd blast him with our ghetto blaster… Rocker 3: Ghettoblaster? What's a ghetto blaster? Rocker 1: Yeah, loser, who ever heard of a ghetto blaster? (They look at each other, and the realisation dawns.) Ghetto blaster… Rocker 2: Geez man, imagine the decibels…(They exit, thrashing.) Cue: short burst of heavy rock. Shopper and Hippy (on the street, before 1. Scene Three, p. 23) Cue: Performance/Track 9/The Hashishin – plays as an undertone throughout the whole scene. Shopper: Hi! That new boutique is just the grooviest – Hippy: Whoa, man! Like, you’re talkin’ too fast. My head is reelin’. Shopper: Look what I bought. (Takes lava lamp from bag.) Hip or what? Hippy: Funky, man! There’s a whole volcano in there. Those swirlin’ colours put me in touch with, like, where it’s at, man! Shopper: Yeah, and it’s not even plugged in yet! (They walk off, completely entranced by the lava lamp.) Shopper and Rocker (on the street, before 1. Scene Four, p. 27) Cue: Performance Soundtrack/Track 3/Get Away – playing as an undertone throughout the conversation. Shopper: Hi! I just bought the funkiest new item! Rocker: What is it, man? Shopper: It’s a glass bird of some sort. Rocker: Cripes, it’s filled with red stuff. Is it alcoholic? Shopper: You don’t drink it. The bird drinks. Out of a glass. Rocker: (sarcastic) Yeah, right. What’s this feather on its bum. (Pulls the feather off). Shopper: Hey! You can’t do that! That’s my goofy bird, man! Rocker: (raising his guitar) And this is my Fender. (He chases the Shopper off the stage, wielding the guitar like a battle axe.) Fungus 2. (Before 1. Scene 5, p. 32.) Bouncer: Yeah, what do you want? Fungus: Is this Bogey Nights? Bouncer: Boogie Nights. Yes, this is Boogie Nights. What's it to you? Fungus: Aye, well, mi’ lad. Mah name is Bogus the Fungeyman, tha' knows, and ah've come ter demonstrate t' latest in Yorkshire disco dancing styles. Thar’s nowt like em - Bouncer: Well, you aren't gonna demonstrate 'em in here. Those boils on the back of your neck could be infectious. Fungus: Could be infectious? They'd better be. I've been cultivating them for weeks just for the occasion. Bouncer: What's that? Fungus: What? Oh, that! That's a packet of flaked corns I'm taking home for breakfast. Fresh scraped from the smelliest feet, matured and extra mouldy - Bouncer: Well, you can try out your corny accents somewhere else, pr
Pets at Yoyogi Park - (Day 21 Holiday 2011)
Pets at Yoyogi Park - (Day 21 Holiday 2011)
Yoyogi Park is a popular hangout, especially on Sundays, when it is used as a gathering place for people to play music, practice martial arts, etc. The park has a bike path, a public basketball court and bicycle rentals are available. As a consequence of Japan's long recession, there are several large, but quiet and orderly, homeless camps around the park's periphery. Yoyogi Park has a fenced dog run, one of the few areas in Tokyo where dogs are allowed to be off leash. The dog run is located towards the western side of the park, inside the bicycle path, east of the parking lot at the western edge of the park. The ground is covered in wood chips, and the run is divided into three sections which are limited to dogs of different sizes (defined by weight) and contains a few benches. Only dog owners are permitted to enter this area.

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