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Are you ready for some football?? [Nov. 27th, 2000|04:27 pm]
Roy Janik
James got the job! He had his interview today, and they're calling tonight with the offer. Congratulations and celebration are in order. No more pacman repairing for him.
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From: ediacara
2000-12-01 08:37 am (UTC)

apropos of nothing...

hello. i am a random individual. have just been voyeuristically perusing your journal, as one does in the throes of insomnia... i have 3 comments:

1. that little kitty has the biggest ears i have ever seen.

2. re: "fat grackle". this is not necessarily the end of a story. i would consider it a potent beginning myself.

3. what the hell is mystery science theatre 3000 anyway? i have wanted to know this for some time. (hey, i'm australian, ok?)

anyway, nice to talk to you (not that you had a choice...)
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[User Picture]From: zinereem
2000-12-01 09:43 am (UTC)

Re: apropos of nothing...

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1. that little kitty has the biggest ears i have ever seen.
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Indeed. He actually sortof grew into them, though they're still pretty big.

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2. re: "fat grackle". this is not necessarily the end of a story. i would consider it a potent beginning myself.
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Well, as long as it's a potent something, then I'm happy. I found a note to myself declaring that I WOULD finish the story, so it looks like I'm committed.

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3. what the hell is mystery science theatre 3000 anyway? i have wanted to know this for some time. (hey, i'm australian, ok?)
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It was a show (10 years running) where a silly guy in a jump suit and his robot pals would watch REALLY bad movies and make fun of them. I can't really do it justice just by describing it, so put a click on The Basics and read on. Suffice to say that it's really really funny, and formed the basis of many hours (days, months, years??) of enjoyment.
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From: ediacara
2000-12-02 06:30 am (UTC)

hmmm...fasc-inating

kewl. sounds like my flavour of viewing. dodgy and sci-fi are two of my favourite genres, and of course they naturally go together well.

thanks for the cultural input. good luck with your story!
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