Discussion in 'Mid West Regional Discussion' started by TC517, Sep 1, 2002.
try as you might, you'll never convince me this isn't a disguised porno joke
Geekgoddess: I'll see if I can get a copy - as long as I like what it looks like when edited together! LOL
Stackpole: As usual, no comment. LOL
I can't believe it everyone...
the 2nd of this month marked the end of my 4th year here on the boards.
wow. it doesn't really seem like it at all.
WOW! I finally saw Fantastic Four and all I can say is it was "FANTASTIC"!
American Cinema is NOT dead!
This movie, with all it's special effects and CGI, still was a character driven movie where the actors were not lost in all the "Eye Candy". One of my big regrets from episodes I and II were that the special effects, it seemed to me, were the stars. It wasn't until Episode III that the characters, most especially Obi-Wan Kenobi, outdid the effects.
Truly a remarkable achievement.
Tomorrow, as we tape the "Spookaroonies" Christmas Special, I get to play an EVIL Santa Claus!
I get to use my Darth Sidious Voice!
Oh, Joy. I just love acting!
We Demand Footage!!! *giggle*
Well, my dio for this year's model contest is up, and a few of you wanted to see it:
It's, well, different, but I think it's cool.
Sorry no dancing girls Agent Sith
The voting on my dio is done. And I got second! Well, second to the last. One away from Dead Fracking Last. Oh well, it was fun.
Well, you're first in our book, Jammies. In fact one might say that you're our Wilhelmus for model-building and such.
All hail Wilhelmus!!!
Did you all see the Southpark episode with "it."
"It" looked like a cross between an E-Bay commercial and a knock-off of General Grevious wheelbike. I, due to the TOS, can no longer describe how to operate "it."
My description will make Ulkesh proud.
LOL I do recall this episode
OK, I'm curious as heck about what this "it" is and what "it" does. Would you be so kind as to PM me the details?
I think I missed "it."
/Thanks for the kind words guys
Okay, I now know why there was no "War of the Worlds" discussion here (aside from the boards needing CPR).
I finally saw it tonight and it was just pretty crappy.
I'm sure it could have been worse. Somehow.
Yeah, it could've been directed by Spielberg, released in summer, not had a Kovall-damned thing to do with the actual "War of the Worlds", and starred Tom Cruise.
^^I actually liked the movie. But, alas, it was not as good as the original. I did like seeing the two leads from the 1950's version in cameos.
Okay, so, I've been working on a project with some friends that has had me distracted - in a good way. Therefore, I decided to spend Saturday night in a very dark room and listned to the soundtrack from my second favorite movie of all time...THE LABYRINTH.
Anyho, it helped me to enter a state of deep meditation that led to some rather insane dreams involving a beautiful, raven haired girl - a pizza joint - goblins - and David Bowie Singing "Underground" via an arcade game table top version of Asteroids.
Ya know, Edric...you might want to see a therapist. I'm not sure we're qualified to handle....issues of your level. But if you want an analysis of the dream:
The woman represents your mother, the pizza joint signifies your desire for acceptance, the goblin is a subsititue for Stackpole, and David Bowie hints at your repressed sexuality.
The Asteroids machine just means you're a geek like the rest of us.
Actually, the woman represents my soul mate whom I've only met in dreams.
I think that David Bowie just was there for atmosphere.
Otherwise, you ain't too bad at dream analysis.
Saturday night alone in the dark playing a soundtrack from the 1980s. Dreaming of a shared moment with a raven haired woman with goblins under foot. Serenading this tragic scene is David Bowie from his post-Ziggy days.
You know you can wake up blind after the activities you've so quaintly described. But hey that's OK. Maybe eyesight is over rated.
^^I "see" what you mean!
Get it - "see" what you mean!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL
Edric the Goblin King
I am searching for a poem by H.W. Longfellow called "The Occultation of Orion". Would anyone know of a collection of his work that may, perchance, have it?
Too bad none of my valintines would have though this funny. Hopefully you all do.
I wonder if the crowd on Morgan Ave. would approve...eh, Jammies?