“This Picture Is Made Of Unobtainium”

Someone put this on a t-shirt.

I don’t know the origin of this picture, but I found it on this Tumblr, thanks to my friend @rodneydp. The only text accompanying the image was, fittingly ‘This image is made of unobtainium.’

By the way, I tried to buy Avatar on Blu-Ray this weekend at Best Buy but the 40 buck price point for the special edition turned me off. I was going to do a Throwdown between Avatar and Dances With Wolves, which just hit Blu. Maybe some other time!

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