Brief London Report-the tale of the gifts
Posted 25 February 2003 - 06:21 PM
- Robert A. Heinlein
When I don’t understand, I have an unbearable itch to know why. - RAH
Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done. One could write a history of science in reverse by assembling the solemn pronouncements of highest authority about what could not be done and could never happen. - RAH
Posted 25 February 2003 - 06:59 PM
Posted 25 February 2003 - 10:36 PM
Veni, vidi, vici
Posted 25 February 2003 - 11:39 PM
Rhea, on Feb 25 2003, 03:23 PM, said:
THUDDD.... drool..... :wideeyed:
(Do Rhea and I fall off the crate into the drool? Find out in the next installment... )
I think you're the first female cast member to *insist* on playing a guy ;) - Iolanthe, on my cross-casting obsession.
This royal throne of kings, this scepter'd isle, this earth of majesty, this seat of Mars, this other Eden, demi-paradise, this fortress built by Nature for herself... - John of Gaunt, Act II, Scene I, Richard II
"I think perhaps that was a sub-optimal phrasing for the maintenance of harmony within the collective." - Omega, here
"Courtesy is how we got civilized. The blind assertion of rights is what threatens to decivilize us. Everybody's got lots of rights that are set out legally. Responsibilities are not enumerated, for good reason, but they are set into the social fabric. Is it such a sacrifice to not be an a**hole?" - Jenny Smith on Usenet, via Jid, via Kathy
Posted 25 February 2003 - 11:57 PM
Posted 26 February 2003 - 04:55 AM
and lands in the drool with a happy little smile
Lil! Hurry up and post some more!!
Words of Zack RE Tyr: This is just one ex-writer speaking completely non-canonically, but in my mind the most fascinating thing about Tyr was that despite his breeding and socialization to be treacherous, opportunistic, and selfish, it was pretty clear that underneath it all, another aspect of Tyr's personality was to be gentle, loyal, and altruistic. We saw this most clearly in "Distant Drum," where with his memory gone Tyr's default mode was to protect the weak and risk his life for kludges, but it also surfaced in "Its Hour" with Tyr's obvious pride in and protectiveness toward Harper, and then in "All Too Human" (the title says it all), where Tyr is confused and enraged by his own compassion toward Harper. In my own mind at least, Tyr's growth as a character was ultimately to try and merge what was best about the Nietzscheans (energy, intelligence, never say die attitude) with what was best about humanity (empathy, altruism, connectedness with others.)As always, YMMV.
How I remember those days....
Posted 26 February 2003 - 08:31 PM
It's very complex. If the pizza man truly loves this babysitter, why does he keep slapping her rear? Perhaps she has done something wrong ~ Castiel
Posted 27 February 2003 - 01:23 PM
Raeven, on Feb 26 2003, 05:33 PM, said:
But the production didn't do it for me at all. I'll include my review of MacBeth in my next report.
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