Friday Timewaster: Which Superhero Are You?

You are Spider-Man.

You are intelligent, witty, a bit geeky, and have great power and responsibility.


  1. chuck riggle9/19/2008 8:39 AM

    I also was Spidey
    My wife came in as Green lantern.
    she was disappointed as she wanted to be Wonder Woman

  2. Do they still make WonderWoman UnderRoos? In grown-up sizes? If not, they totally should. She could have some, and our former intern would probably also be interested in a set -- she had some when she was little, and when she got married, she posted a photo of her as a kid in her Wonder Woman gear next to her husband as a kid in his Superman getup. So cute!

    Continuing along memory lane ... I mentioned McDowell's the other day, and then the next day a reference to collecting Campbell's Soup labels for school made me flash back to that kid at Heminger with a relative who worked someplace where they went through a lot of soup, so he got to bring in all the labels and his room won the pizza party every year.

    Who was that? It's been driving me nuts since Wednesday afternoon. I'm tempted to say it was someone who was near sister's/your brother's age but who also had an older sibling (a sister?) who was near our age, and once she moved on to Innes, he really cleaned up because they didn't have to split the labels.

    I already asked my mom and my sister, and while they vaguely remember the situation, they can't come up with a name. In the big scheme of things, it doesn't really matter, but since it's been on my mind, I thought I'd mention it.

  3. Gah! That was supposed to say "my sister/your brother's age."

    The preview button is my friend ....

  4. chuck riggle9/20/2008 8:29 AM

    Well actually with the magic of a laser printer and the T-shirt transfer paper from Wal-Mart I have made Amy several Super heroine t shirts. Not to mention quite a few for myself. So who needs Undersoos.

  5. Chuck Riggle9/20/2008 8:31 AM

    Man i vaguely remeber the incident with the labels too. My brother isn't speaking to me right now. Ill see if my mom remembers. For some reason Steven Deichert's sister keeps popping into my head.
    does that seem like the right person?

  6. Chuck Riggle9/20/2008 8:33 AM

    Last week on my birthday Amy and I took a day trip to Amish country.
    On the way back we stopped into an old fashioned pharmacy that still had a soda fountain. I was telling her about Mcdowells and I think about the next day you mentioned it in the blog.