Discussion in 'Non-Star Wars Role Playing Archive' started by PRENNTACULAR, Jan 4, 2007.
Kill it! Before it knows it has freedom of opinion!!
*casually puffs on cigar*
SubZero, your heartlessness worries me.
Tom Hanks is good, so is Tom Cruise, but I probably have to go with [link=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Williams]this dude[/link].
Should I take care of him...........
I give you my simple explanation for why my head does not hurt attempting to comprehend infinity: I didn't try to comprehend infinity, and that's why you have a headache and I don't./>
Excellent. I say we go hunt Moby-Dick.
And I'm a part owner. I like this very much. I will so max out my tab.
And, as some of you may have surmised, I was on vacation. I began reading Moby-Dick. I realized it is the greatest novel ever.
I am partial to The Sun Also Rises, but meh, that's just me.
I was inspired to read Moby-Dick after listening to the album Leviathan by the band Mastodon.
Yep. Heavy metal made me read a book.
Wierd, usually it has the direct opposite efect...and makes you want to go smoke something and watch the Wizard of Oz...
I have a "heart" so to speak. Yet it is a black hole, which is the root of all evil.
*everyone looks at him* Yeah, I know...it's sweet.
Oh and Robin Williams > Tom Hanks and Tom Cruise.
Yes, but I have spent years comprehending it, and my headache went away about two years ago.
That was more of an idle question, anyway. The "everything exists" rule has simply proven my theory: If you can comprehend something, logically, there is a place where it exists. Whether this is a mythological world in Texas, or south North Dakota, or even your own squishy gray matter, it exists. And logically, if it exists, you can go there. Once something on one side becomes aware of the other side's existence, it is possible to travel between the two places. Once you can travel between the two places, you can become aware of places that other place is aware of. That is how humans will escape Armageddon. Know what the coordinates for the travel zone is? 42.
But I'm not building the ship that can break the barrier. That would confuse me.
That was a complicated version. I like the simpler one better. />
*hires some Tinker Gnomes to construct an Elemental Galleon*
*performs an "Anime Villain" laugh*
*points to a random bar patron*
And now... chocolate pie!
*a chocolate pie forms in his hand by means of devil-worshipping magic*
May Dispater guide my pie so that it may strike true!
*throws pies at gnomes, patrons, and people in other dimensions*
Take that Captain James Tiberius Kirk!
*Tips over Table to try to defend from pies. Is rewarded for his efforts with a pie that hits him from behind. Decides that the pies are too much and calls in his good pal jesus to stop the madness*
*adopts Gollum voice*
Nasty pie throwers! It ruins it, ruins it!
Ack! Arclite can't use Jesus! That's actual God-Moding!
A block of shock for that...
Spock! --- where --- did --- that --- Pie --- Come --- From? Sulu --- Ready --- the --- RPPs!
*massive pies bombard from space.*
Thank you Kahn.
*Goes outside to try to catch pie with baseball glove*
Like he is the first one to come up with that. Pshh...I ran around under the user name God for like 5 hours just talking and Smiting people before the name got banned.
Here Zedd, you can borrow my Jesus. I have the feeling your gonna need him.
*Runs away from restaurant at warp 13*
Eeeeek -ducks behind the bar to avoid pie- Grey! Do something!!!!
Who needs Jesus when I can use...
*Moses splits the Thread like the Red sea....*
And you know what Moses said to Jesus on the Golf Course?
"I really hate it when your dad plays with us!"
*A shining white dove falls from the sky. In a flash of light, it turns into a bearded man in a white robe. The figure opens its mouth, and a deep voice, it spoke* "I came 42,000 miles for this. I have flown through fire and air, water and space. And I have one question for all of you.
*Another flash of light, the figure is sitting on a stool in front of a brick wall with a microphone, and now has a higher pitched, more comical voice.*
"What is up with that airline food? Its like a really bad oxymoron, like south North Dakota, or rubber cement." *laugh track plays*
*comedy drum spot*
And with that I bid you adeiu.
P.S. hey Zedd... youve got pie on your face.
*Runs out laughing*
I've got a good Joke.
Ok, A Priest and A nun are golfing. The Priest gets to the first green, and puts, Missing the whole completely.
"God Damn-it I missed!" He exclaims to the nun's horror
"Father, You shouldn't take the Lords name in vain."
"Yes, yes, It shall not happen again." He says as he takes another swing, again missing the whole.
"FATHER! You must not take the Lords name in vain!"
"Yes, Yes, Should it happen again, may the Lord strike me down." He says, lining up for a short put, and once again missing it by a mile.
"GOD DAMNIT!" He shouts, but is cut off as a lightning bolt crashes from the sky, and when the dust settles and the thunder dies down, the Priest is left standing next to a burning pile of ash, where the Nun should have been standing. And, as he looked to the heavens in aww, he heard a deep voice carry down from above, stating, "God Damn-it, I missed."
Surely you jest? Robin Williams is known for his comedy. Sure, he put out a few Oscar-worthy performances, but he's a fragging comedian. Saying a comedian is the greatest actor of all-time is like declaring that a pitcher is the greatest baseball player of all-time. They have that one special talent, but all-around, they don't measure up to the other candidates. But when you look at Tom Hanks, he's got the seriousness (The Green Mile), the down-on-his-luck yet comical type fellow (A League of Their Own & Big, a film that Robin Williams was considered for as well), and just the all-around skill (Forrest Gump) that you expect from the greatest actor of all-time (granted I haven't seen all of Hanks' films, or Williams' for that matter, but I'm drawing on what I've seen, as you probably are as well).