Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by G-FETT, Jul 1, 2007.
It's like a weekly occurrence in Charleston. I'm constantly patching cracks in the walls.
Just get sink holes here. I hope everyone is ok. Glad your save Jordan.
He doesn't like you.
This one has more.
I don't like you either
You'd better watch yourself
Been through several hurricanes but no earthquakes. Glad you're safe Jordan.
Had a dream I was trapped on Coruscant. I was trying to get back to realty and most of my forum friends were in it taking on the forms of their avatars. Anakinfan was like a tree monster, LOL. Cad Bane was trying to kill everyone. It was nuts.
Be very afraid, Seerow.
Awww, I wish I had dreams like yours,
When I dream, I either dream of killing my work-mates or of being a convicted (male) murderer on the run. Police usually manage to corner me in public toilets or some such, and I put up a heck of a fight. 30 years ago I often dreamt that I was one (or two) researcher(s at the same time), male(s) as well, or a (male) barbarian who could fly like a bird.
My animus must be strong.
I dreamed that my iPhone got stolen. It was a nightmare.
Actually you looked like this. x.x;
There were some interesting avatars. Todd was like black and white Bob Saget in a nice suit and Tarkas was Ahsoka with Mace's head. So the dream had a tinge of my nightmare fuel.
Black and white, you say?
We've actually been discussing dreams in one of my psychology courses. Apparently my professor used to be great at lucid dreaming (when you know you're dreaming and can do whatever you want). I've had a few lucid dreams before. Like, last night I dreamt I had this special thing that was so light I could float around about 5 feet off the ground.
Black and white is so pretentious. Ooh look at you you're so artsy with your crappy black and white picture you edited in MS Paint.
It's a joke, Fanboy, not going for some deeper meaning.
You guys at least have dreams that make sense. Last night I dreamt one of my stuffy old professors was hanging off the back of one of those monster truck waving two of those little plastic windmill toys kids get at parades. He was trying to ford a river in the rain and I think I was standing on some sort of glass bridge above it feeling as if I were in trouble somehow.
That dream sounds rather hilarious.
I too would claim it was a joke after being so beautifully shot down.
lol. Except you/ Bob wasn't in the dino suit. Like what you did there. I can sometimes realize I'm dreaming and take control of them. That's the best I can do. I often have really vivid dreams and have always been highly prone to brutal nightmare in which I die. I also like looking up meaning of dreams.
LOL, sounds funny.
Reminds me of the one man band dream I had once. One of my friends back home is an awesome guitarist. I had a dream he walked out of stage wearing some Dr. Suess contraption with all kinds of instruments strapped to him. He said, "Are you ready to rock!" to a mic, strummed one string and exploded. My old art teacher stood up and laugh manically saying, "I told you it couldn't be done!"
So on a recommendation, I've started watching Outlaw Star. Wow were my expectations too high. It's not a bad show by any stretch, hell I'd go so far to say its pretty good. But is this really supposed to be one of the three pillars of science fiction anime in the 90's? You've got Cowboy Bebop and Trigun understandably being classics, but Outlaw Star?
A lot of what makes the show work is in the main character of Gene. He's like Han Solo is Han Solo was a total wuss half the time. And that's funny. But dear god, the writing gets stupid at times, and the show is all over the place. Rather than running with one tone or setting, the show seems to have picked the "all" button, and can't handle half the stuff it tries to pull off. Needless to say, it gets real stupid, real fast.
Throw in just about every negative cliche in anime (screaming kid sidekick, screaming catgirl, wilting flower "why does she need to be naked" love interest, and a sword wielding assassin), and you'd almost think I hate the damn show. But I don't. Like I said, I really enjoy Gene Starwind, and a lot of his banter with Gilliam the computer is hilarious. But so much of the show works against it for me that I am baffled as to how it got as popular as Bebop and Trigun.
It's theme song is also pretty addictive.
anakinfan is not amused.
Suck it, Miami.
Yeah, that was lame. =(
The play is finally over!