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Things We Saw Today: Baby Marty McFly

Baby’s first Halloween costume. Baby, you have awesome parents. (via TDW Geek

  • Courtney Love and Britney Spears’ ex-manager Sam Lufti are working on a Kurt Cobain musical or movie. Sigh. (via The Frisky)

This description of The Wizard of Oz ran in the Philadelphia Inquirer in 1998. Writer Rick Polito says it will “follow him to the grave.” Much like the graves Dorothy dug, obviously. (via Blastr)

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  • Anonymous

    Having seen beautilation and Molly Isaac’s, I just wonder why we need to mention how fat these creeps are. There are plenty of attractive. men who there who act completely creepily and without respect

  • Anonymous

    When you head to Oz, first dig two graves

  • Kate Drew This

    Oh my word. I cannot let my son see the Rainbow Dash backpack until it’s time for him to make the Santa list. He’s such a little Brony.

  • Rick Polito

    I wrote the Oz line and I’ve been watching where it’s popped up these last few days. “When you head to Oz, first dig two graves” comment is by far my favorite response.

  • Rick Polito

    The Oz line wen viral via Leno. He’s used it TWICE WITH THE
    WRONG NAME. Bug him to have me on.|nav|about|contact

  • Brian Adkins

    Not trying to be rude but if they’re “acting creepily and without respect” they shouldn’t be termed “attractive.”

  • Brian Adkins

    When it comes to that description of THE WIZARD OF OZ,technically he’s not completely wrong. lol It’s by far my sister’s favorite movie. Ever.

  • Anonymous

    “Good-looking”, then. Or “attractive” again, but in quotation marks. Or really, “thin”, if we’re striving for real accuracy … many people don’t consider thinness the standard of beauty, and we shouldn’t assume so.