A toddler reaches his limit during a parade on Central near Louisiana.

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Comment by Lahjik on June 22, 2012 at 6:26pm

Anytime I hear that phrase, this is what I think of:

I know, I'm a geek...

Comment by Dee Cohen on June 23, 2012 at 5:32am

Hi Lahjik, I can't figure out what that pic is of.. Maybe I'm a bigger geek. I used the title for my shot from a Beatles Song. D

Comment by Lahjik on June 23, 2012 at 9:20pm

It's from the TV series Firefly.  That pic is of a radio decoy (made from a "Blue Sun" brand coffee can) that is deployed by the good guys.  You can kind of see "Cry Baby" written on the duct-tape around the middle.  In the scene, Malcolm Reynolds (Nathan Fillion) is outside the ship and when he hears a report of bad-guys approaching radios back saying "Crybaby Cry".  In response his pilot releases the decoy and radios "Make your mama sigh."  I know it's from a Beatles song, but I will always associate it with that scene as it was a great introduction to the cast of characters.

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