Tuesday, June 28, 2005

I just sucked my pop-up pencil and it tasted like a chip shop smells. Does anyone else have any writing implements that taste like high street shops or popular eating establishments? Please don't e-mail me if you have.

The lack of updates could well be due to my lack of inspiration which was briefly revived by the recommencement of me cycling into work. I have also been almost entirely consumed by the new Coldplay CD (unashamedly) and Napoleon Dynamite - watch it you must, hmm?

And following on from my last post, the numbering of the Episodes in the Star Wars sexology (whatever), is wrong yes? Because if he meant to tell the story in the chronological way he did, Georgie Boy need not have numbered them incorrectly. If I had a book to write, but for storytelling purposes I wanted to tell what happened last first, I wouldn't ask people to read chapters 4, 5 and 6 first, then go back to the front of the book and read 1, 2 and 3. I would simply put the section of the story to read first at the front of the book and number the chapters 1, 2 and 3. Freakin' idiot, gosh!

Monday, June 20, 2005

Many people I know have asked the question, "Why did George Lucas choose to show the Star Bores films in the order he did? You know 4, 5, 6 then, 1, 2, 3?" And they've attempted to answer their own question by replying that it's because he's an inspired storyteller, or George's own answer, that there simply wasn't the technology to do the things he wanted to do for 1, 2 and 3 back then. Yeah right, so you decided to use 1970s\80s "smoke and mirrors" special effects to show the later years of the saga and 21st Century CGI to show the early years? Hmm, I'm sure no-one will notice the join Georgie boy. Anyway, my theory for him showing the films in the order he did is pretty simple. If he'd shown the first three episodes first, no-one would have gone to see the others because they were so boooooooooorrrrrriiiinnnnggggg.......zzzzzzz. Oh and, "wipe the protocol droids memory"? Purleeeeease.

Anyway, got a grade rise today with a new job and another 3k to stick in the bank each year, so I'm happier than an Emperor with a new apprentice.

Thursday, June 16, 2005

UPDATE: Goddam, I nearly cried at Cold Mountain! Sheeiiit boy, you sum sorta pussy or summat?!