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OMG. I want to challenge that guy to a couple of cartoon shows and play identify the actor. How many times will you identify everybody Jeff Bennet plays in Gargoyles or Rob Paulsen in Animaniacs? And Keith David was the only reason I watched all of Armageddon. I forced myself to watch it to see if he would talk again. And then DAMNIT! he didn't have any more lines! GRRR! Laugh that idiot all the way to the bank, Keith!
Toggle Commented Feb 5, 2008 on regarding voice acting . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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OMG. I want to challenge that guy to a couple of cartoon shows and play identify the actor. How many times will you identify everybody Jeff Bennet plays in Gargoyles or Rob Paulsen in Animaniacs? And Keith David was the only reason I watched all of Armageddon. I forced myself to watch it to see if he would talk again. And then DAMNIT! he didn't have any more lines! GRRR! Laugh that idiot all the way to the bank, Keith!
Toggle Commented Feb 5, 2008 on regarding voice acting . . . at WWdN: In Exile
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Thanks to your blogging and me reading the comments, I actually got 348 words done on my manuscript yesterday. Not a huge amount but it broke through my inertia of not doing it. I hope to double it today.
Toggle Commented Jan 17, 2007 on creative types: come read this at WWdN: In Exile
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Thanks to your blogging and me reading the comments, I actually got 348 words done on my manuscript yesterday. Not a huge amount but it broke through my inertia of not doing it. I hope to double it today.
Toggle Commented Jan 17, 2007 on creative types: come read this at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh yes, somebody observed my writing and managed to make a mathematical formula out of it. *headdesk* I just got finished with a nonfiction writing gig with no problems. Put my butt in the chair and met my deadline. However when I try to turn to my novel that I've been working off and on for a decade now, I don't want to get started. If I managed to get through the inertia the actual writing goes smoothly, but often I don't try to get through the inertia of not writing. Yet, I have an inner voice hammering at me with "WRITE NOW DAMNIT!" That's enough whining from me; off to try to act professional about the writing today.
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2007 on Utility = E x V / (Gamma) x D. at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh yes, somebody observed my writing and managed to make a mathematical formula out of it. *headdesk* I just got finished with a nonfiction writing gig with no problems. Put my butt in the chair and met my deadline. However when I try to turn to my novel that I've been working off and on for a decade now, I don't want to get started. If I managed to get through the inertia the actual writing goes smoothly, but often I don't try to get through the inertia of not writing. Yet, I have an inner voice hammering at me with "WRITE NOW DAMNIT!" That's enough whining from me; off to try to act professional about the writing today.
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2007 on Utility = E x V / (Gamma) x D. at WWdN: In Exile
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Count me as another American who would like to see some investigations and oversight, and if deemed necessary, a ruler whacked across his knuckles before the President signs another one of them stupid statements. I'd love to see war crime charges, but I'd settle for an impeachment.
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2007 on there he goes again at WWdN: In Exile
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Count me as another American who would like to see some investigations and oversight, and if deemed necessary, a ruler whacked across his knuckles before the President signs another one of them stupid statements. I'd love to see war crime charges, but I'd settle for an impeachment.
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2007 on there he goes again at WWdN: In Exile
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The only thing that got me through Episode 2 was this thought: "Jimmy Smits has to be playing Bail Organa; somebody say his name." Nope, nada, had to look it up at StarWars.com when we got home. What got me through Episode 3: "Oh good, they FINALLY said his name! Oh wow, he's a better hero than Obi-Wan. He didn't have to go pick up anybody. Um, where's Mon Mothma?" And then Amadalia went out like she did and I was pissed all over again. I was even MORE pissed to find out at another reviewers site (http://www.celluloidheroreviews.com/2005/11/02/star-wars-episode-iii-revenge-of-the-sith-2005/), Lucas cut the birth of the Rebellion out of the theatrical release! Couldn't we have had a little less space battle and more character stuff? With apparantly the heroine helping start the Rebellion. I thought that was a big deal. Birth of the kids, birth of the Rebellion. Oh right, that would mean Lucas had some artistic integrity about the films. *Sigh* I wish Harrison Ford had reminded him of his dialogue out of Episode 4: "You can type this sh*t, but nobody can say it." before he started on 1-3. Lucas hired scriptwriters for 5 and 6, and the Indiana Jones. I may actually have to break down and rent 3 one day--I refuse to buy it--just to see the deleted stuff. It won't make me feel better, but now that I have 4-6 on DVD with both undoctored and doctored versions I won't give Lucas any more of my money.
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The only thing that got me through Episode 2 was this thought: "Jimmy Smits has to be playing Bail Organa; somebody say his name." Nope, nada, had to look it up at StarWars.com when we got home. What got me through Episode 3: "Oh good, they FINALLY said his name! Oh wow, he's a better hero than Obi-Wan. He didn't have to go pick up anybody. Um, where's Mon Mothma?" And then Amadalia went out like she did and I was pissed all over again. I was even MORE pissed to find out at another reviewers site (http://www.celluloidheroreviews.com/2005/11/02/star-wars-episode-iii-revenge-of-the-sith-2005/), Lucas cut the birth of the Rebellion out of the theatrical release! Couldn't we have had a little less space battle and more character stuff? With apparantly the heroine helping start the Rebellion. I thought that was a big deal. Birth of the kids, birth of the Rebellion. Oh right, that would mean Lucas had some artistic integrity about the films. *Sigh* I wish Harrison Ford had reminded him of his dialogue out of Episode 4: "You can type this sh*t, but nobody can say it." before he started on 1-3. Lucas hired scriptwriters for 5 and 6, and the Indiana Jones. I may actually have to break down and rent 3 one day--I refuse to buy it--just to see the deleted stuff. It won't make me feel better, but now that I have 4-6 on DVD with both undoctored and doctored versions I won't give Lucas any more of my money.
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