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I'd like to go on record here and apologize for pulling Paul away from your game so that he could come play in mine! But I can report with no hesistation that he rocked Dying Kingdoms, even if all of the influences were tied up by the Senate. #orccon FTW! ~j
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Sorry I missed you, Wil. I spent Sunday afternoon earning many geek points in the Dying Kingdoms LARP, which I heartily recommend. Regained some HP in the hotel bar with one of the best bacon cheeseburgers I've ever had, and was fortunate enough to get in on a private Houses of the Blooded session run by the author, John Wick, which went until the wee hours and quickly became my new favorite tabletop RPG. And I had to drag myself out of the dealer room before bad things happened because of all the "fuck you money" I don't have :) Hope to see you next time! ~j
Toggle Commented Feb 17, 2009 on very quick orccon recap at WWdN: In Exile
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So... you suppose we'll see a giant PEZ on the back of his jacket? Or will M&M's scoop up the product placement deal? ~j
Toggle Commented Dec 2, 2008 on presented without comment at WWdN: In Exile
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So... you suppose we'll see a giant PEZ on the back of his jacket? Or will M&M's scoop up the product placement deal? ~j
Toggle Commented Dec 2, 2008 on presented without comment at WWdN: In Exile
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As an actor, I have to say that I agree with this advice 100% (And grabbing a slurpee after the audition can be fun as well, especially if you pay for it with loose change, like you did in Jr. High.) ~j
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As an actor, I have to say that I agree with this advice 100% (And grabbing a slurpee after the audition can be fun as well, especially if you pay for it with loose change, like you did in Jr. High.) ~j
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Starr01: lack of plot? Are you kidding? It had fencing (beating the little dudes in the subway with a piece of rebar), fighting (infantry, artillery, close air support... and a heavy door), torture (did you SEE those bite marks?), revenge (fire escape axe FTW), giants (it played bocce with Lady Liberty's head!), monsters (in the tunnels!), chases (through the tunnels!), escapes (from the tunnels!), true love (the only reason worth walking from Spring St. to Columbus Circle), miracles (someone actually walked away from that helicopter crash?) ... I mean, seriously. It wasn't just a monster movie, it was all about story. ~j
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2008 on Cloverfield at WWdN: In Exile
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Starr01: lack of plot? Are you kidding? It had fencing (beating the little dudes in the subway with a piece of rebar), fighting (infantry, artillery, close air support... and a heavy door), torture (did you SEE those bite marks?), revenge (fire escape axe FTW), giants (it played bocce with Lady Liberty's head!), monsters (in the tunnels!), chases (through the tunnels!), escapes (from the tunnels!), true love (the only reason worth walking from Spring St. to Columbus Circle), miracles (someone actually walked away from that helicopter crash?) ... I mean, seriously. It wasn't just a monster movie, it was all about story. ~j
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2008 on Cloverfield at WWdN: In Exile
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Any compilation with Stan Freberg goes up a couple points in my book. :) Merry Christmas to you and yours, Unka Willy. ~j
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Any compilation with Stan Freberg goes up a couple points in my book. :) Merry Christmas to you and yours, Unka Willy. ~j
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I would kill for an audition like that. \mm/ Way to go, Unka Willy! ~j
Toggle Commented Aug 31, 2007 on just a (geeky) audition at WWdN: In Exile
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I would kill for an audition like that. \mm/ Way to go, Unka Willy! ~j
Toggle Commented Aug 31, 2007 on just a (geeky) audition at WWdN: In Exile
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Children of Men is indeed teh roxxors (or however those darn kids are spelling it these days). Those long, long shots gave it a quasi-documentary feel to me, with events happening around the main characters whether they chose to get involved or not. I bet they were a bitch and a half to rehearse. Oh, less Star Trek Basements, please, and more about how you thwarted the cat's plans to pee on your shirts. (That's right, I'm old school. ;) ) ~j
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Children of Men is indeed teh roxxors (or however those darn kids are spelling it these days). Those long, long shots gave it a quasi-documentary feel to me, with events happening around the main characters whether they chose to get involved or not. I bet they were a bitch and a half to rehearse. Oh, less Star Trek Basements, please, and more about how you thwarted the cat's plans to pee on your shirts. (That's right, I'm old school. ;) ) ~j
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I'm picturing John Candy as Uncle Buck threatening a child with being walked to class while he's wearing a bathrobe... (but much thinner, and while wearing No Sweat Chucks.) ~j
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I'm picturing John Candy as Uncle Buck threatening a child with being walked to class while he's wearing a bathrobe... (but much thinner, and while wearing No Sweat Chucks.) ~j
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And by the time I read the entry, it was already fixed. Dontcha just love living in the future? ~j
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And by the time I read the entry, it was already fixed. Dontcha just love living in the future? ~j
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