Discussion in 'Evansville, IN' started by Stackpole_The_Hobbit, Mar 15, 2007.
AT-ATs... hell yeah!
on a totally different topic, why don't we have an exclamation point beside our name on the list of midwestern fan forces? We're like, the only one! not fair, we should totally have an exclamation point.
or even better, we need an INTERROBANG! We'd be the geekiest, most awesome fanforce on the midwest forum if we had an interrobang in front of our name! ^_^
but yeah. we deserve an ! *pout*
One of my favorite webcomics had a Star Wars reference today that I thought I would share.
We have an ! whenever we have new posts
If you look there before you look in here, ta-darr!
is that what that is? And is it customized for the individual used then?
Yep, it depends which computer you are on. Since I check Evansville and Bloomington, when I head to the Midwest listing, those don't show "!" next to them.
Since I do not care much for what passes as Sci-Fi these days, I was rewatching some old favorites. Has anyone seen the 1983 movie Krull with Ken Marshall and Freddie Jones and an early performance by our Good Buddy Liam Nieson?
That was a good movie. I was wondering, like Willow, could this movie take place in the Star Wars Verse as sort of ancient history? Of course, it was not created by Papa George or the same studio, but from a purely fan perspective, it sort of fits.
PS: Just FYI, one of my paintings at the Gallery got an award. I'm pretty excited.
Never seen it. I remember thinking it looked cool when it came out way back when though.
That's the one with the giant throwing star weapon and something about quicksand?
Yeah, that about sums it up. I just thought it was cool and had neat visuals. The opening sequence when the bad guys castle/ship lands on the planet was neat.
There is really no deep religious or mythological context, just a nice adventure movie. I suppose, I this point in my life, I like this stuff better than the new Galactica, which just gives me a headache.
Was Willow really meant to serve as ancient history for the GFFA?
Willow as Star Wars history was the April fools joke last year on SW.com. I don't even know if they did something like that this year... perhaps our "new" member Obi-gyn would know.
* Holds up giant STOP sign *
What was it we agreed about religion discussions?
No! Bad girl!
*looks around to see if Cindy's watching, then spanks jediravenclaw again*
*gets slapped by Cindy*
*approaches ravenclaw with a prepared lawsuit for sexual harassment, and a second lawsuit for sexual harassment by a demon*
*can never be too careful*
**********************THIS IS MAAAAAJORRRRR*************************
For the first time in the History of this FAN BOY, my favorite TV series is not sci-fi related!
My favorite show on TV is...................
DANCING WITH THE STARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I am hooked, I make no apologies.
What a great show.
Of course, when Julianna and her "Star" get the boot, I'll quit watching in protest. What can I say, I like cute blonde girls....
Oddly enough, her partner is some speedscater whose first name, I kid you not, is Apolo.
He's a dork.
But, I already mentioned that.
PS, anyone up for a little Ballroom Dancing as one of our activities?
Jeez, just read that the cutie is engaged to some handsome guy that probably would not know a Rhodian from a Romulan.
Piddle Paddle It-----I'm going to start watching Galactica again. Something about most of humanity being decimated and there being no joy left in life is oddly appealing to me.
That and some pretty stressful things are going on at work that have caused me to question my own tenuois grasp of sanity.
To put it in terms fan boys and girls can relate....think the end of Revenge of the Sith.
Heres to Galactica....ye ha, great show..... LOL
Wow, Steve, you just keep topping yourself...
*Hands dear Steve some Zoloft and Zyprexa to ward of the Bi-Polar fits*