Discussion in 'Big Brother House' started by deltron_zero, Jun 24, 2002.
Ah yes, and I have to recap your stay in the house, that should be interesting.
Hehe. I'll start working on mine tomorrow, I think.
We're going to have to organize the reunion as well.
Yep, we actually have some stuff to do this week.
That's good, it'll distract us from the sadness of the game coming to an end... at least a bit.
Yeah. My dad always said: "There's no better remedy for love blues than working."
I think I'll do the summary a bit like a Week-In-Review.
Yeah, that's probably how I'll do yours as well.
Do you think each summary and interview deserves it's own thread?
It's going to be threaderitis maximus this week!
1. Casper Interviews Tom
2. Kerryn Interviews Casper
3. Tom Interviews Kerryn
1. Kerryn's Time In The Big Brother House
2. Casper's Time In The Big Brother House
3. Tom's Time In The Big Brother House
... And the reunion threads.
Excellent. I wonder if we'll be able to round everybody up for the reunion. I guess we should send out the invitations pretty soon.
Exactly. Either tomorrow or the day after.
Yeah, I just realized that the 18th isn't until Wednesday, I was thinking it was Monday for some reason... so we actually have a bit more time than I thought.
It's funny, we're basically just counting down now.
Yeah, we really are... the end is in sight.
Isn't that the end there?
Ah, silly me, I didn't recognize it without the flood waters!
Floods! We've sure had our share here this year.
Has anyone you know been seriously effected by them?
No, I meant Europe. But the South and Southwest of Holland had some problems, it was quite bad there.
Yeah, we had a bit here in the States, in the mid-west I think mostly.
Around here it's been unbearably dry though.
I saw there were some forest fires in California.
Yeah, there have been quite a few up here as well.
About a month ago there was this thick haze in the air when you would walk outside just from all the fires in the surrounding area.
Whoa, we've never had anything like that here.
Ever worry it'll come your way?
Nah, it can't get too close to us since we're basically in a desert. All of the surrounding forests are at least 20 miles away.
Ah, I see.
When I was on the beach as a kid, I always imagined it to be Tatooine; the woods here were Endor.
Really? I had the same sort of thing.
When ROTJ came out, I was living in northern California. We had the best of both worlds, the beach and some of the most beautiful forests I've ever seen. Huge redwood trees.
Hehe. So it's similar to my situation.
Amazing that someone else on the globe was experiencing the same thing, while in Holland, I always felt I was the only one knowing about Star Wars.
Wow, that must've been incredibly weird. Here, it was hard to find someone who wasn't into Star Wars back then.