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    Rplass, who's who in your pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Messor View Post
    Rplass, who's who in your pic?
    He's the one with the British accent. I should add that when I said he was a realy nice guy, that only applies to sober Phil. See, he starts out all:

    "Yip, yip! Jolly good, chap!"

    then after a few beers, he's all:

    "God shave the Queen!"

    but after he's had too much, he's quite the insufferable drunk and just randomly spittle-shouts:

    "Oh, Bloody hell! Bloody hell everywhere!"

    So it's quite easy to tell us apart. I doubt you'd have any problem.

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    Oh, that clears it up nicely, thanks.

    I was looking for the one with an Enterprise logo (I'm planning to start watching the remastered editions tonight for the first time. If you're a purist, you'll hate me for that. I have seen the original Original Series, of course.)

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    Every time that I look in the mirror, all these lines on my face are getting clearer.
    Huh. Yeah, well...I used to bite the hand that pulled my chain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Messor View Post
    Oh, that clears it up nicely, thanks.

    I was looking for the one with an Enterprise logo (I'm planning to start watching the remastered editions tonight for the first time. If you're a purist, you'll hate me for that. I have seen the original Original Series, of course.)
    I'm in the autobot shirt (I don't actually own any Star Trek clothing), and pshaw-I find the remastered versions to be quite superior to the originals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rplass View Post
    I'm in the autobot shirt (I don't actually own any Star Trek clothing), and pshaw-I find the remastered versions to be quite superior to the originals.
    Oh, good. I've got The Cage playing right now, but they haven't remastered that.

    Oh, and the Autobot thing is even better than the accent at identifying which is which!

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    Look at those two handsome guys.

    It sounds like you had fun, that's great to hear.

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    I liked Balance of Terror, Doomsday Device, and City on the Edge of Forever. The remastered Doomsday Device was excellent.
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    Cool, can't wait! Those are some good eps. (Doomsday Device, iirc, is mostly set in space, so it'll take full advantage of the remastering.)

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    That's it, abuse me while you know full well I have no internet access :P

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    Last night, I ran into a problem with Trek. Well, put it this way: An hour-long episode of Original Star Trek is about an hour long.
    I always figure that a one-hour show takes just under 45 minutes, but these were filmed before they got so crowded out with ads. (Meant I only got to see one instead of two before I had to go out.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flightpath07 View Post
    Huh. Yeah, well...I used to bite the hand that pulled my chain.
    I admit I had to look that up... I shouldn't, given Alice Cooper is my second-favourite ever.
    It looks like Soundgarden has covered him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil View Post
    That's it, abuse me while you know full well I have no internet access :P
    Guilty as charged! How could I resist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flightpath07 View Post
    Some things you just don't want to mess up as a comic book artist. Three in particular; (1) don't mess up the Maple Leaf, (2) learn how to draw Sasquatch properly or go home, and (3) if the book's writer tells you to draw a panel wherer Alpha Flight is laying dead on the snow, just quit and go home. And that's my take on that.
    THIS. You hit the nail on the head with this one!! Awesome post

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    Last night, I ran into a problem with Trek. Well, put it this way: An hour-long episode of Original Star Trek is about an hour long.
    I always figure that a one-hour show takes just under 45 minutes, but these were filmed before they got so crowded out with ads. (Meant I only got to see one instead of two before I had to go out.)
    I know. Even my Greatest American Hero episodes from the early 80's run abolut 49 to 51 minutes per episode. Crazy!

    I admit I had to look that up... I shouldn't, given Alice Cooper is my second-favourite ever.
    Shame!

    THIS. You hit the nail on the head with this one!! Awesome post
    Awwww...thanx! [blushing profusely]
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