For FC2006 furry goodness, there are photos available from several furs, including Nuku Fox, Timduru, and Junkvist, with several more listed here. (
A few of my favorites:
One high point of Bambi II must be Patrick Stewart as Bambi's father. What a wonderful voice for a buck..
Given it's turned into an earworm, I feel I must share The Ferret Song (770K) with you, from At Last The 1948 Show Album, a pre-Python project from John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Marty Feldman, and Tim Brooke-Taylor.
Woohoo! I'm free of the old ISP. ^_^ The connection went down a little after midnight on Wednesday, preceded a few minutes hence by an email from the new one, noting my username and password. Checking the router log confirmed I was getting authentication failures, so I just dropped the new u/p in place and restarted the router. Voilà!
And the site is fully functional, now with 1GB for clips and miscellanea, compared to the previous 250MB. This outfit's not as cheap as the other, but they're a clueful bunch with an utter lack of sliminess. (Sad, really - the other had been an excellent provider, until they began their descent into ever twistier terms and conditions. For light usage, they're still good)
Mercifully, it looks like the Disney/Pixar deal was negotiated sensibly, retaining Pixar more or less independent: "Pixar Executive Vice President John Lasseter will become chief creative officer of the animation studios and principal creative adviser at Walt Disney Imagineering [...]. Pixar President Ed Catmull will serve as president of the combined Pixar and Disney animation studios [...]. The two companies will remain separate, with Pixar keeping its brand name and headquarters in Emeryville, near San Francisco. Maintaining Pixar's unique creative character was a priority in the talks, executives said." So maybe this will turn out to be a bit like the NeXT deal after all.. ^_^
I'm sure austin_dern will be grateful to learn of patch_bunny's discovery of the iGallop, which, we are warned, is currently only available in HK and Singapore - it "supposedly mimics the trot of a horse, and promises 'flat abs, firm behind and toned thighs'", with, one assumes, the guarantee of a 1910 vibrator belt machine.
Anyone who frequents CuteOverload.com and knows Doctor Who might like this icon I just spotted..