Imagine Nick and Judy coming across a small predator baby on a case (can be whatever you want). And it really only likes being soothed and handled by Nick and Judy, because they are smaller mammals like it and it’s baby instincts are scared of the larger mammals of the ZPD. So like they care for it.
Now imagine Nick walking around everywhere with a baby in a carrier strapped to his chest, just going about like it’s another day.
Because I like to help, I have put together some prototypes for some other kinds of shirts that DD can have as concert merch, depicting things that are relevant to his life. Since I know David and his likes and dislikes so well, I’m pretty sure these are 100% home runs, so let’s get them into production! Kickstarter anyone! Lol
Healthy vegetarian foods
New York City
Literary critic Harold Bloom
make checks payable to myassbrokethefall concert tshirts worldwide ltd
[NONE OF THESE IMAGES ARE MINE BTW NO INFRINGEMENT INTENDED]
[ALSO THIS IS NOT INTENDED AS A SLAM ON DAVID DUCHOVNY, WHOM I LOVE, BECAUSE I KNOW PEOPLE ARE SENSITIVE ABOUT THAT, THIS IS JUST ME BEING A DUMBASS AND IS MEANT AFFECTIONATELY]
U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds Edition 2014 Ford Mustang GT
The engineering and design teams at Ford Motor Company have produced a unique U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds Edition 2014 Ford Mustang GT. This car was be donated by Ford to be sold at the Gathering of Eagles charity event during the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) AirVenture Oshkosh 2013 - the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.
On Aug. 19, National Aviation Day, a lot of people are reflecting on how far aviation has come in the last century. Could this be the future – a plane with many electric motors that can hover like a helicopter and fly like a plane, and that could revolutionize air travel? Engineers at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va., are studying the concept with models such as the unmanned aerial system GL-10 Greased Lightning. The GL-10, which has a 10-foot wingspan, recently flew successfully while tethered. Free-flight tests are planned in the fall of 2014. This research has helped lead to NASA Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate efforts to better understand the potential of electric propulsion across all types, sizes and missions for aviation. Image Credit: NASA Langley/David C. Bowman