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Shannon - GlassMistress
The groom's cake was just picked up, in a two door coupe. It's in the trunk in 95 degree weather ... Does not bode well.
The "groom's" cake? - MoTO: Tufted Coqeutte
Yup, luckily the bride's mom will decorate that. I just assembled and iced. - Shannon - GlassMistress
The. Groom's. Cake. Okay, well the world is a changin'... - MoTO: Tufted Coqeutte
^^ This. - Spidra Webster
Southern thing, but becoming more common all over. Just another way for the wedding folks to make money. - Shannon - GlassMistress
I remember seeing a lot of groom's cake favors when I was younger (and attending a lot more weddings with my parents,) so the idea doesn't seem at all new to me at all. Some of them were pre-done, some of them were sliced at the wedding and packaged up to go. None of those were for folks who were Southern, as far as I know. - Jennifer Dittrich
Revised comment: The. Groom's. Cake. Okay, well it's a big world ... - MoTO: Tufted Coqeutte
If it helps, Barry, having a groom's cake means that he gets to have what HE wants and it's not all about what the bride wants. - Corinne L
But that's the point of the wedding day to me, Corinne. As far as I'm concerned - and I recognize this may be outmoded thinking - the wedding day *is* the bride's day. Or at least the focus is on the bride. I had a great time at my wedding but I had no need to have anything that "I" wanted. Other than the assurance of the comfort of our guests -- as did Wife, incidentally. But the day was definitely about her. And that was fine with me. - MoTO: Tufted Coqeutte
I think the difference now is the wedding day use to be about the bride because the tradition was for the bride's family to foot most of the bill. Given that is now a more even split or more and more the bride and groom are paying for it, certain aspects of the groom are making it into the day. Truth be told, a groom getting his own personalised cake is hardly breaking the concept of being about the bride. Remembering back to my wedding, getting my own cake would have hardly made the scales move. - Johnny from iPhone
I think every (Southern) wedding I've ever attended has had a groom's cake, including my own. Most of them were chocolate. - Big Fat Yeast Roll! from Android
Wedding traditions are different all over though, so it is kinda fun to see people with different backgrounds mix and match as they migrate to new places :) - Jennifer Dittrich
I think my introduction to the groom's cake was Steel Magnolias. :) - Katy S
Mine too Katy. - Shannon - GlassMistress
I thought the "groom's cake" was the one that the stripper popped out of, at the bachelor party. - April Russo
April, that would have been far more fun to make! - Shannon - GlassMistress
Johnny
On the one hand the TMNT poster/September 11 link is bad/sloppy form. On the other, the reverence for that date now seems more a US thing
It was the Australian poster. The 11th of September is a Thursday. Thursday is when our movies are released - Johnny
Thursdays, why do you hate America?? - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Shannon - GlassMistress
Confession: Sometimes when I'm scrolling through photos of my glass work I come across things I cant believe that I made.
Interesting comment. I find the same kinda thing when I scroll through my pictures: "When did I take THAT?" - WarLord
You're very talented, Shannon! - Jenny H. from Android
To be 100% honest, every photo of your glass makes me say "HOW THE %¥#£? DOES SHE DO THAT??!?!" - Johnny from iPhone
Lol! I resemble these last 2 comments! - Yvonne from FFHound!
Johnny
Fuck. You. Take. My. Money. Now. http://t.co/DQ1NvWnv8K
Fuck. You. Take. My. Money. Now. http://t.co/DQ1NvWnv8K
I don't need the movie anymore. This is enough. - Johnny from iPhone
Johnny
If I can accept the conceits of ghosts in Ghostbusters, superheros in DC/Marvel, a magical nanny in Mary Poppins, space stuff Star Wars/Trek etc, the "10% of your brain" conceit isn't that hard.
I think the conceit itself bothers me far less than how often it is mentioned in the marketing (which is on super-overload right now.) - Jennifer Dittrich
Today, Mary Poppins would have a nanny cam pointed at here 24-7—NONE OF THESE SPOONS OF SUGAR FIREABLE OFFENSES. - Micah
Yeah, it is a bit much... I guess it's a concept you can't really show. I mean with Avengers you can show the Hulk or Thor etc... If you didn't mention it and it was just footage of ScarJo just going around mind-fucking everything, I don't think the movie would be as appealing to the mainstream audience. - Johnny from iPhone
Micah, and Mr Banks would be a Wall Street banker and his wife would be on an Pay Equality march. The captain who fired the canon would be an NRA nut and Burt would be a #Occupy protestor. - Johnny from iPhone
I definitely have no problem with accepting completely daft premises, especially if the only reason why I'm watching something is for the action sequences, the fight scenes, and Scarlett Johansson. It just galls to hear this kind of stuff regurgitated as unassailable fact because, hey, it was in a movie and Morgan Freeman said it so it must be true. - Victor Ganata
... damn... Disney get on that shit. - Johnny from iPhone
Steve C
Queen Photobombs Commonwealth Games Selfie by Hockeyroos Star Jayde Taylor | Bleacher Report - http://bleacherreport.com/article...
Queen Photobombs Commonwealth Games Selfie by Hockeyroos Star Jayde Taylor | Bleacher Report
Australia were in action against Malaysia as women's hockey began at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. The Hockeyroos won 4-0, and defender Jayde Taylor took a selfie after the match, only to find the Queen in the background. - Steve C from Bookmarklet
Wouldn't that then be a One-ie - Johnny from iPhone
Johnny
RT @pixelsandatoms: Horrendous. More than 25% of the Palestinians killed in #Gaza have been children. http://www.washingtonpost.com/world... https://twitter.com/PixelsA...
RT @pixelsandatoms: Horrendous. More than 25% of the Palestinians killed in #Gaza have been children. http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/children-paying-a-terrible-price-in-gaza/2014/07/21/f860fd32-1134-11e4-98ee-daea85133bc9_graphic.html http://t.co/cOzrCsHrGy
having a tough time seeing Israel as the victim here. - Heather
The only victims here are the Palestinian and Israeli people. - Johnny from iPhone
I'm disgusted with Israel's government, and with Hamas. I'm appalled and ashamed by what I've heard of the behavior of Israeli settlers. And by the behavior of Palestinians who idolize people who use bombs against other humans. It's a horrid situation full of wrongs everywhere you look. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Brad DeLong
RT @LemieuxLGM: Conservatives Find Typo In Obamacare, Try To Kill People With It http://www.thedailybeast.com/article... via @mtomasky
BREAKING: Politicans actually read something they were voting on. - Johnny from iPhone
Except, they're not politicians. They're judges. At least, there used to be a distinction. Separation of powers? LOL. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
Johnny
RT @thegooddeath: "Son discovers and races against his deceased father's ghost car in an Xbox racing game." http://kottke.org/14... https://twitter.com/TheGood...
RT @thegooddeath: "Son discovers and races against his deceased father's ghost car in an Xbox racing game." http://kottke.org/14/05/the-ghost-in-the-machine http://t.co/57nOX6e5df
feels... - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
ALL OF THEM - Johnny from iPhone
Jessie
BBC News - China: Giant yellow rubber duck swept away in flood - http://www.bbc.com/news...
BBC News - China: Giant yellow rubber duck swept away in flood
"A giant yellow rubber duck floating on Nanming River in China's south-west Guizhou Province has reportedly been swept away by floodwaters just months after it exploded on display in Taiwan. The 18m (59ft) sculpture by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman disappeared around 19:00 local time on Wednesday, after the city saw days of heavy rainfall, the Taiwan-based Want China Times reports. Even though the duck weighs 1 tonne, and was sitting on a 10 tonne metal platform lashed to the riverbed with steel wires, it was easily dislodged by the storm. "The duck flopped over and was flushed away really quickly by the torrential flood," exhibition co-ordinator Yan Jianxin tells the Wall Street Journal's China Real Time blog. "It disappeared right in front of me."" - Jessie from Bookmarklet
:-( - Jessie
He was left Peking into the rain... - Johnny from iPhone
I think last year the duck deflated in Hong Kong, too. Dude is never going to let the duck visit China/Greater China again. - Jessie
Johnny
Here's how IT conversations usually go in the office:
X: Why is it doing that? - Johnny from iPhone
Me: *gives simple and abbreviated reply* - Johnny from iPhone
X: That doesn't make sense - Johnny from iPhone
Me: *gives detailed response* - Johnny from iPhone
X: *grips onto one word out of context and sub-freaks out* - Johnny from iPhone
Me: *provides more detailed and complex explanation* - Johnny from iPhone
X: Look, I don't understand but you seem confident so I guess we'll just have to trust you. - Johnny from iPhone
Me: *puts my headphones on and tries to ignore the backhand* - Johnny from iPhone
Phil Plait
If we can put a man on the Moon, how come we can’t put a man on the Moon?
When the idea of spending money on food stamps is bickered over, I don't think spending the treasure to get an awesome selfie would pass muster. - Johnny
Johnny
Before I even looked I KNEW there would already be False Flag bullshit around MH17. Y'all need a cup of tea and a lie down.
I just... hmmm... It's..... *sigh* - Johnny from iPhone
Victor Ganata
If MH17 *wasn't* hit by a missile, would we ever find out?
So far, I don't think that anyone has any evidence it was a missile, other than people stating it was. - Stephan Planken from iPhone
Maybe it's just the streams I'm following in the social-media-verse, but the missile strike theory seems to be the most dominant narrative, and popular narratives have a way of trumping evidence or the lack thereof. - Victor Ganata
Even PRI and BBC World Report seem to be pushing this narrative. - Victor Ganata
Pretty sure they know it's a missile. Some inside sources (w/in US Intelligence) have even identified the type of missile. - Glen Campbell
Joe Biden said the plane had "been shot down, not an accident. Blown out of the sky." based off US intelligence. I doubt we will see definitive evidence so close to the incident. - Johnny
The FAA also warned U.S. airlines about flying over Ukraine in April "Due to the potential for conflicting Air Traffic Control (ATC) instructions from Ukrainian and Russian authorities and for the related potential misidentification of civil aircraft, United States (U.S.) flight operations are prohibited until further notice in the airspace over Crimea, the Black Sea, and the Sea of Azov,". - Johnny
"Missile strike" is definitely the prevailing narrative and there seem to be good reasons supporting that as the cause, but, still, I can't help but remember the Maine, is all. - Victor Ganata
That FAA warning mentions nothing about the possibility of being shot out of the air, though. I suppose one could infer that possibility from "potential misidentification of civil aircraft" but I'm not sure this is evidence that the FAA foresaw this type of incident. - Victor Ganata
You gotta admit, Colin Powell and Edward Snowden are like a one-two punch against the credibility of U.S. intelligence. - Victor Ganata
"for the related potential misidentification of civil aircraft" is a way of someone saying fighter jets and missiles may make mistakes without saying it directly. Pretty standard fair when describing flight paths through conflict areas. Plus a military cargo plane and a military fighter jet was downed earlier this week. - Johnny
Not to mention reports of rebels parading their cache of anti-aircraft missiles through towns in the area. - Johnny
Still, that warning was in April. I'm not sure it was widespread knowledge that Russian sympathists in the Ukraine were sufficiently armed to be able to take down planes flying at high altitude. Getting accidentally taken down by Ukrainian or Russian armed forces is a slightly different hazard. - Victor Ganata
If the Iraq War taught me anything, it's to beware of U.S. intelligence bearing casūs belli. - Victor Ganata
The S-200 rocket that brought down Siberia Airlines Flight 1812 in 2001 was fired from Crimea. It's not that much of a stretch to be cautious given the separatists stormed the army bases early on and may have gained access to such weapons. The FAA was correct in issuing the warning then. I appreciate what you're saying re intelligence but this one isn't some Dick Cheney fiction. - Johnny
Even if it was a missile, there are still at least a couple of possibilities, though, like Ukrainian loyalists trying to make the separatists look bad or the Russian military actually f-ing up and blaming it on the separatists to stave off economic blowback and/or all-out war. Not that I know what the ramifications of any of this would actually be. But just because Dick Cheney isn't... more... - Victor Ganata
That's a different discussion. Who isn't what. I'm not chasing you down that rabbit hole. - Johnny
I dunno, I'm thinking that the discussion of "what" inevitably leads to "who", especially when it's a human directed cause like a missile. - Victor Ganata
Well, I know it's not just me. "It is unclear whether the missile was fired from inside Ukrainian or Russian territory and who fired it, the official added." http://abcnews.go.com/Interna... (from April's post http://friendfeed.com/app103... ) - Victor Ganata
Who is a wide open field. What is quickly becoming narrower. What might lead to who did it but I have no info on that so I can't speak to it. - Johnny
I have to admit, U.S. intelligence admitting they don't know the details does make their analysis seem more credible. - Victor Ganata
Glen Campbell
You do understand that no one else but you can take a selfie, right?
But, selfies can have more than one person in them, as far as I understand (Thing 1 disagrees with me; she feels that, as long as someone else is in the photo with her, it doesn't count as a "selfie"). - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
I think Glen is saying someone else can't take your selfie. As for Thing 1, you can tell her that some of the most famous and expensive painted self portraits (selfies) included other people. - Johnny from iPhone
A self-portrait does not have to be ONLY yourself, but it must include yourself. :D - Glen Campbell
My irritation has to do with people who ask others to "take a selfie" of them. - Glen Campbell
Proxy selfie. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Ussie. yeah, it sounds bad you filthy minded people. - ellbeecee from Android
Johnny
The old "Wasn't there a time when everyone agreed the Earth was flat?" argument against the science of climate change. It's like a underarm pitch with no outfielders :)
When was that time anyway? Because they knew the earth was round in classical Greece. - Professor A.I.
Exactly. It's as mythological as the theory itself. - Jennifer Dittrich
Exactly :) - Johnny from iPhone
Bret Taylor
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Happy Birthday... and Thank You - Johnny
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Johnny
Monsters University REALLY fucked up my vanity searches. *kicks dirt*
why is that? - Sir Shuping is just sir
ohhhh....that makes sense. I didn't realize that character was named after johnny - Sir Shuping is just sir
That's him. - Johnny from iPhone
It looks just like him, why wouldn't it be named after J-Wo? :P - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
But you're cuter. - Micah
I'm surprised it wasn't already screwed up by the guy on the Photoshop Development team. - NOT THE CRICKET
Johnny
It fascinates me that after all the safety training, precautions and PAPERWORK that goes into manufacturing, transporting and storing a Dangerous Good like petrol that people complain that they can't jam their cap into the handle so they don't have to squeeze it.
While wearing shorts and flip flops. - Johnny from iPhone
And talking on their cell phones. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Johnny
I'm now old enough that I've now seen 3 different periods of "Race/Religion X is secretly planning to take over Australia" #AusPol
How many of the theories turned out to be correct? - Brian Johns
Nope - Johnny from iPhone
Brittney
Robin Thicke's super-stalkery, pathetic new album has sold 54 copies in Australia. 54. Fifty-four.
To be fair, we thought it was Alan Thicke - Johnny from iPhone
Ha! - SAM
Andy Carvin
No 'stand down' order in Benghazi (from @AP) http://m.apnews.com/ap...
But... but... BENGHAAAAAZIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' - Johnny
Victor Ganata
Now I'm imagining Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI talking trash about who's going to win the World Cup.
When you think about it, Catholic dogma suggests these are the two blokes who can most influence the outcome by praying to God. They are his rep on earth. I call a Pray Off - Johnny from iPhone
Zamms
So... Uh... Germany had a pretty good game today, eh?
I successful avoided spoilers for all that it mattered... - Zamms from iPhone
nah...they were just ok. - Sir Shuping is just sir
DAVID LUIZ' TEARS ARE MAKING ME CRY! - Zamms from iPhone
They were showing a rerun of the game in the pizzeria where I got dinner. The guy behind me in line looked at the score and turned to me, "does that say FIVE for Germany?" - Steele Lawman
I'd say 30% a poor game from Brazil and 70% a ruthless slaughter by Germany - Johnny from iPhone
Julian
Yesterday, I ordered another spare pair of glasses because they were on sale. How many spares are appropriate?
Depends on the number of outfits. You need at least one pair matching every one. - Uli from Android
One more than you'll break/scratch/lose before your prescription changes! - Kirsten from Android
I totally approve of multiple pairs of glasses. People spend lots of money on fancy clothes or jewelry they wear maybe once a year, but glasses one wears all the time! - maʀtha
+1 the number of pairs you lose. - Johnny from iPhone
Andrew C (✔)
Who besides FB feels it has to filter its own service? Twitter, Tumblr, RSS readers, and email all show you everything you've subscribed to.
Flickr's mobile app filters your feed (and inserts 'recommendations' on occasion instead of what you actually want to see.) - Jennifer Dittrich
OK, two services do it. - Andrew C (✔) from Android
It's worth noting that they're probably deliberately emulating Facebook in doing so. - Jennifer Dittrich
Tumblr has recommendations inserted into the dashboard now too, though as far as I know they don't filter the rest of the content. - John (bird whisperer)
How many services has a billion+ users. - Johnny from iPhone
Any newspaper or newspaper's website. But they call it "editing." And any museum, but they call it "curating." - Brian Johns
Johnny, I don't see how user volume matters for whether or not to filter. Average and median feed size (number of subscriptions and average daily kilobytes) /per user/ seems more relevant. - Andrew C (✔) from Android
I would say it matters. Not greatly but it has to be a consideration. 1 billion+ users has passed the threshold of the savvy user and it's with the "everyday" crowd. I know how to filter my streams. My mum? No. My sister? Maaaybe. Unleashing a firehose on the masses isn't always the best thing, especially if your business model is returning eyeballs for ad clicks. I run my Facebook feed... more... - Johnny from iPhone
The everyday user probably expects to get everything they subscribed to. Hell, I used to think I would, before I learned of the existence of FB's filtering system. And then their stupid algorithm (stuff with a lot of likes should be given more visibility) has led directly to (some of) that crap you bemoan: clickbait is a rational, if ugly, response to FB's filtering algorithm. - Andrew C (✔) from Android
Expectations vs reality are rarely the same. - Johnny from iPhone
Mary Carmen
Feeling like the fattest fat who ever fatted.
*fist bump, MC!* - Big Fat Yeast Roll!
I think your autocorrect changed them from "phat" - Johnny from iPhone
Is that good or bad? Because if it's bad, I might have to smack you for using that kind of language about my friend. - Holly's favorite Anna
Yeah! What she ^^^ said!!! - Yvonne from FFHound!
No phat is definitely good. At least where I come from. - MoTO: Tufted Coqeutte
"Phat is good, in the same way as 'bad' and 'sick' can be," said Pete , Professor of Those Dang Kids Studies at the University of Cod Liver Oil-Get Off My Lawn - Pete
I think Anna was talking to me. And no, I don't feel the good version of phat. Only the bad. - Mary Carmen from iPhone
ETA that my comment was one of solidarity for having those feelings myself, not to say you are any kind of fat. But you are certainly phat. *hugs* - Big Fat Yeast Roll! from Android
Aw, MC, *hugs* - Anne Bouey
Johnny
I dare say that if a retail store said it was "against their religious beliefs" to allow guns to be carried inside their store, the USA might drive off a cliff.
That would definitely be interesting. On a side note, I would love to see a high profile case of a non Christian plaintiff seeking their religious freedoms from something Christians hold dear...I wonder what would happen then? - Chris Topher
Like an Islamic business asking employees to wear headscarves? A riot. - Johnny from iPhone
Please. I don't see you guys posting at all about the subjugation and abuse of women across the Arab states under Shar'ia law. Yet as soon as a Christian company gets some leeway for their religious views in the States, Jericho's walls come tumbling down. Get a grip. Compare a woman not being able to get her birth control partially paid for by her insurance while still being able to... more... - Akiva
Not to mention in certain sectors women being forced to wear what is essentially armor which tells her that if she were to reveal any more skin, she would deserve to be raped. Get. A. Grip. - Akiva
I live in a western democracy so, naturally, I would speak of such things more often then others of which I'm not involved or can not speak of. You only see a slice of my online dealings and aren't party to all my charitable endeavours so step off. Also, my comments on the Hobby Lobby case have largely been about the larger implications then just the female employees of Hobby Lobby. I... more... - Johnny from iPhone
I like how you bring up larger implications but then suggest that we should ignore the larger injustices of the world within this context. It's also interesting that you want to discount my opinion because, it seems, my ignorance of your charitable endeavors. I'm not sure how those two things are connected but okay, I guess you somehow took it personally. I also live in a western... more... - Akiva
We started a conversation about relevant topics within the U.S. itself. Sharia law within Arab countries is an entirely different topic that was brought up out of nowhere in my opinion. While yes, what is going on in those countries is much, much worse as far as the treatment of women, it has nothing to do with the topic that Johnny brought up. If you would like to discuss those atrocities, then I would suggest starting your own topic instead of hijacking someone elses. - Chris Topher
Johnny
Doing and shooting sciencey things. http://t.co/FfmwbX84tk
Doing and shooting sciencey things. http://t.co/FfmwbX84tk
I even dressed the back of the shot with a beaker full of blue dye to make it look more "science" - Johnny from iPhone
Johnny
So after all that, 2nd row to #DAASlive. I will be able to smell @withtimferguson, @YoungMasterPaul and Flacco. The pleases me greatly.
The 14 year old Johnny and the 34 year old Johnny are merrily skipping in a circle of SQUEE - Johnny from iPhone
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