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  1. Why, thank you. But then, you wrote Bitmap as a snarky, sarcastic jerk, so of course you thought of me first.

    However, we would be remiss if we didn’t credit ‘s performance as Jim Caseless. Well, his and his hair’s performance. 😀

  2. Why, thank you. But then, you wrote Bitmap as a snarky, sarcastic jerk, so of course you thought of me first.

    However, we would be remiss if we didn’t credit ‘s performance as Jim Caseless. Well, his and his hair’s performance. 😀

  3. Why, thank you. But then, you wrote Bitmap as a snarky, sarcastic jerk, so of course you thought of me first.

    However, we would be remiss if we didn’t credit ‘s performance as Jim Caseless. Well, his and his hair’s performance. 😀

  4. Why, thank you. But then, you wrote Bitmap as a snarky, sarcastic jerk, so of course you thought of me first.

    However, we would be remiss if we didn’t credit ‘s performance as Jim Caseless. Well, his and his hair’s performance. 😀

  5. Why, thank you. But then, you wrote Bitmap as a snarky, sarcastic jerk, so of course you thought of me first.

    However, we would be remiss if we didn’t credit ‘s performance as Jim Caseless. Well, his and his hair’s performance. 😀

  6. Why, thank you. But then, you wrote Bitmap as a snarky, sarcastic jerk, so of course you thought of me first.

    However, we would be remiss if we didn’t credit ‘s performance as Jim Caseless. Well, his and his hair’s performance. 😀

  7. Why, thank you. But then, you wrote Bitmap as a snarky, sarcastic jerk, so of course you thought of me first.

    However, we would be remiss if we didn’t credit ‘s performance as Jim Caseless. Well, his and his hair’s performance. 😀

  8. Why, thank you. But then, you wrote Bitmap as a snarky, sarcastic jerk, so of course you thought of me first.

    However, we would be remiss if we didn’t credit ‘s performance as Jim Caseless. Well, his and his hair’s performance. 😀

  9. Well, I’m glad to have *finally* seen Gentleman’s Agreement, having heard references to it repeatedly over the years. So between that and Space Rogues, now what’s left that I’ve missed? 🙂

  10. Well, I’m glad to have *finally* seen Gentleman’s Agreement, having heard references to it repeatedly over the years. So between that and Space Rogues, now what’s left that I’ve missed? 🙂

  11. Well, I’m glad to have *finally* seen Gentleman’s Agreement, having heard references to it repeatedly over the years. So between that and Space Rogues, now what’s left that I’ve missed? 🙂

  12. Well, I’m glad to have *finally* seen Gentleman’s Agreement, having heard references to it repeatedly over the years. So between that and Space Rogues, now what’s left that I’ve missed? 🙂

  13. Well, I’m glad to have *finally* seen Gentleman’s Agreement, having heard references to it repeatedly over the years. So between that and Space Rogues, now what’s left that I’ve missed? 🙂

  14. Well, I’m glad to have *finally* seen Gentleman’s Agreement, having heard references to it repeatedly over the years. So between that and Space Rogues, now what’s left that I’ve missed? 🙂

  15. Well, I’m glad to have *finally* seen Gentleman’s Agreement, having heard references to it repeatedly over the years. So between that and Space Rogues, now what’s left that I’ve missed? 🙂

  16. Well, I’m glad to have *finally* seen Gentleman’s Agreement, having heard references to it repeatedly over the years. So between that and Space Rogues, now what’s left that I’ve missed? 🙂

  17. I’m working my way through my VHS library, digitizing what’s worth keeping and circular-filing most of the rest. While I don’t expect to find any other finished productions, I may find an occasional con skit worth posting. For example, I could swear I once had a copy of the Starfleet Vice skit Paul and Sonoko and I performed.

    (Back around ’86 or ’87, some of the other members of Starfleet chapter Nimitz and I tried to make a Trek video. There are few copies left in circulation – I don’t have one – and you are unlikely ever to see it. Give thanks.)

  18. I’m working my way through my VHS library, digitizing what’s worth keeping and circular-filing most of the rest. While I don’t expect to find any other finished productions, I may find an occasional con skit worth posting. For example, I could swear I once had a copy of the Starfleet Vice skit Paul and Sonoko and I performed.

    (Back around ’86 or ’87, some of the other members of Starfleet chapter Nimitz and I tried to make a Trek video. There are few copies left in circulation – I don’t have one – and you are unlikely ever to see it. Give thanks.)

  19. I’m working my way through my VHS library, digitizing what’s worth keeping and circular-filing most of the rest. While I don’t expect to find any other finished productions, I may find an occasional con skit worth posting. For example, I could swear I once had a copy of the Starfleet Vice skit Paul and Sonoko and I performed.

    (Back around ’86 or ’87, some of the other members of Starfleet chapter Nimitz and I tried to make a Trek video. There are few copies left in circulation – I don’t have one – and you are unlikely ever to see it. Give thanks.)

  20. I’m working my way through my VHS library, digitizing what’s worth keeping and circular-filing most of the rest. While I don’t expect to find any other finished productions, I may find an occasional con skit worth posting. For example, I could swear I once had a copy of the Starfleet Vice skit Paul and Sonoko and I performed.

    (Back around ’86 or ’87, some of the other members of Starfleet chapter Nimitz and I tried to make a Trek video. There are few copies left in circulation – I don’t have one – and you are unlikely ever to see it. Give thanks.)

  21. I’m working my way through my VHS library, digitizing what’s worth keeping and circular-filing most of the rest. While I don’t expect to find any other finished productions, I may find an occasional con skit worth posting. For example, I could swear I once had a copy of the Starfleet Vice skit Paul and Sonoko and I performed.

    (Back around ’86 or ’87, some of the other members of Starfleet chapter Nimitz and I tried to make a Trek video. There are few copies left in circulation – I don’t have one – and you are unlikely ever to see it. Give thanks.)

  22. I’m working my way through my VHS library, digitizing what’s worth keeping and circular-filing most of the rest. While I don’t expect to find any other finished productions, I may find an occasional con skit worth posting. For example, I could swear I once had a copy of the Starfleet Vice skit Paul and Sonoko and I performed.

    (Back around ’86 or ’87, some of the other members of Starfleet chapter Nimitz and I tried to make a Trek video. There are few copies left in circulation – I don’t have one – and you are unlikely ever to see it. Give thanks.)

  23. I’m working my way through my VHS library, digitizing what’s worth keeping and circular-filing most of the rest. While I don’t expect to find any other finished productions, I may find an occasional con skit worth posting. For example, I could swear I once had a copy of the Starfleet Vice skit Paul and Sonoko and I performed.

    (Back around ’86 or ’87, some of the other members of Starfleet chapter Nimitz and I tried to make a Trek video. There are few copies left in circulation – I don’t have one – and you are unlikely ever to see it. Give thanks.)

  24. I’m working my way through my VHS library, digitizing what’s worth keeping and circular-filing most of the rest. While I don’t expect to find any other finished productions, I may find an occasional con skit worth posting. For example, I could swear I once had a copy of the Starfleet Vice skit Paul and Sonoko and I performed.

    (Back around ’86 or ’87, some of the other members of Starfleet chapter Nimitz and I tried to make a Trek video. There are few copies left in circulation – I don’t have one – and you are unlikely ever to see it. Give thanks.)

  25. Ahh, yes, I remember we wanted to nominate his hair for a special award. Funny, it’s kinda what my hair looks like now.

    I think the line delivery would have been better across the board if we’d had more time to rehearse as a group. But when your cast is spread out in various cities, and you have a single weekend to film, you make do.

  26. Ahh, yes, I remember we wanted to nominate his hair for a special award. Funny, it’s kinda what my hair looks like now.

    I think the line delivery would have been better across the board if we’d had more time to rehearse as a group. But when your cast is spread out in various cities, and you have a single weekend to film, you make do.

  27. Ahh, yes, I remember we wanted to nominate his hair for a special award. Funny, it’s kinda what my hair looks like now.

    I think the line delivery would have been better across the board if we’d had more time to rehearse as a group. But when your cast is spread out in various cities, and you have a single weekend to film, you make do.

  28. Ahh, yes, I remember we wanted to nominate his hair for a special award. Funny, it’s kinda what my hair looks like now.

    I think the line delivery would have been better across the board if we’d had more time to rehearse as a group. But when your cast is spread out in various cities, and you have a single weekend to film, you make do.

  29. Ahh, yes, I remember we wanted to nominate his hair for a special award. Funny, it’s kinda what my hair looks like now.

    I think the line delivery would have been better across the board if we’d had more time to rehearse as a group. But when your cast is spread out in various cities, and you have a single weekend to film, you make do.

  30. Ahh, yes, I remember we wanted to nominate his hair for a special award. Funny, it’s kinda what my hair looks like now.

    I think the line delivery would have been better across the board if we’d had more time to rehearse as a group. But when your cast is spread out in various cities, and you have a single weekend to film, you make do.

  31. Ahh, yes, I remember we wanted to nominate his hair for a special award. Funny, it’s kinda what my hair looks like now.

    I think the line delivery would have been better across the board if we’d had more time to rehearse as a group. But when your cast is spread out in various cities, and you have a single weekend to film, you make do.

  32. Ahh, yes, I remember we wanted to nominate his hair for a special award. Funny, it’s kinda what my hair looks like now.

    I think the line delivery would have been better across the board if we’d had more time to rehearse as a group. But when your cast is spread out in various cities, and you have a single weekend to film, you make do.

  33. You know, I have to say that I made it through it without twitching more than a couple of times, and those were the things that you and I know what went wrong, but the general audience didn’t. Like I said before, I’d love to redo it with modern levels of equipment (and skill), but it’s better to move on to something new. Besides, quite a few of us are a little too long in the tooth for the roles (though I’m old enough to do Harmon now, which would have solved a whole night of headaches in itself).

    You know, I need to do an IMDB page with my voice work on it, since I’m like Doug Jones. Wheels, Control Tower Voice in Space Rogues, Carson D. Carson. You hear me, but I’m never on screen and recognizable.

    And I have the perfect title for the sequel- “Shadowrun II: Can We Go Now?”

  34. You know, I have to say that I made it through it without twitching more than a couple of times, and those were the things that you and I know what went wrong, but the general audience didn’t. Like I said before, I’d love to redo it with modern levels of equipment (and skill), but it’s better to move on to something new. Besides, quite a few of us are a little too long in the tooth for the roles (though I’m old enough to do Harmon now, which would have solved a whole night of headaches in itself).

    You know, I need to do an IMDB page with my voice work on it, since I’m like Doug Jones. Wheels, Control Tower Voice in Space Rogues, Carson D. Carson. You hear me, but I’m never on screen and recognizable.

    And I have the perfect title for the sequel- “Shadowrun II: Can We Go Now?”

  35. You know, I have to say that I made it through it without twitching more than a couple of times, and those were the things that you and I know what went wrong, but the general audience didn’t. Like I said before, I’d love to redo it with modern levels of equipment (and skill), but it’s better to move on to something new. Besides, quite a few of us are a little too long in the tooth for the roles (though I’m old enough to do Harmon now, which would have solved a whole night of headaches in itself).

    You know, I need to do an IMDB page with my voice work on it, since I’m like Doug Jones. Wheels, Control Tower Voice in Space Rogues, Carson D. Carson. You hear me, but I’m never on screen and recognizable.

    And I have the perfect title for the sequel- “Shadowrun II: Can We Go Now?”

  36. You know, I have to say that I made it through it without twitching more than a couple of times, and those were the things that you and I know what went wrong, but the general audience didn’t. Like I said before, I’d love to redo it with modern levels of equipment (and skill), but it’s better to move on to something new. Besides, quite a few of us are a little too long in the tooth for the roles (though I’m old enough to do Harmon now, which would have solved a whole night of headaches in itself).

    You know, I need to do an IMDB page with my voice work on it, since I’m like Doug Jones. Wheels, Control Tower Voice in Space Rogues, Carson D. Carson. You hear me, but I’m never on screen and recognizable.

    And I have the perfect title for the sequel- “Shadowrun II: Can We Go Now?”

  37. You know, I have to say that I made it through it without twitching more than a couple of times, and those were the things that you and I know what went wrong, but the general audience didn’t. Like I said before, I’d love to redo it with modern levels of equipment (and skill), but it’s better to move on to something new. Besides, quite a few of us are a little too long in the tooth for the roles (though I’m old enough to do Harmon now, which would have solved a whole night of headaches in itself).

    You know, I need to do an IMDB page with my voice work on it, since I’m like Doug Jones. Wheels, Control Tower Voice in Space Rogues, Carson D. Carson. You hear me, but I’m never on screen and recognizable.

    And I have the perfect title for the sequel- “Shadowrun II: Can We Go Now?”

  38. You know, I have to say that I made it through it without twitching more than a couple of times, and those were the things that you and I know what went wrong, but the general audience didn’t. Like I said before, I’d love to redo it with modern levels of equipment (and skill), but it’s better to move on to something new. Besides, quite a few of us are a little too long in the tooth for the roles (though I’m old enough to do Harmon now, which would have solved a whole night of headaches in itself).

    You know, I need to do an IMDB page with my voice work on it, since I’m like Doug Jones. Wheels, Control Tower Voice in Space Rogues, Carson D. Carson. You hear me, but I’m never on screen and recognizable.

    And I have the perfect title for the sequel- “Shadowrun II: Can We Go Now?”

  39. You know, I have to say that I made it through it without twitching more than a couple of times, and those were the things that you and I know what went wrong, but the general audience didn’t. Like I said before, I’d love to redo it with modern levels of equipment (and skill), but it’s better to move on to something new. Besides, quite a few of us are a little too long in the tooth for the roles (though I’m old enough to do Harmon now, which would have solved a whole night of headaches in itself).

    You know, I need to do an IMDB page with my voice work on it, since I’m like Doug Jones. Wheels, Control Tower Voice in Space Rogues, Carson D. Carson. You hear me, but I’m never on screen and recognizable.

    And I have the perfect title for the sequel- “Shadowrun II: Can We Go Now?”

  40. You know, I have to say that I made it through it without twitching more than a couple of times, and those were the things that you and I know what went wrong, but the general audience didn’t. Like I said before, I’d love to redo it with modern levels of equipment (and skill), but it’s better to move on to something new. Besides, quite a few of us are a little too long in the tooth for the roles (though I’m old enough to do Harmon now, which would have solved a whole night of headaches in itself).

    You know, I need to do an IMDB page with my voice work on it, since I’m like Doug Jones. Wheels, Control Tower Voice in Space Rogues, Carson D. Carson. You hear me, but I’m never on screen and recognizable.

    And I have the perfect title for the sequel- “Shadowrun II: Can We Go Now?”

  41. One fun memory I had forgotten- by the time we actually started shooting that weekend, we were already like six hours behind schedule on an eight-hour shoot. Michael and I were both somewhere alternating between punch-drunk and psychotic when we did the scene with him and Kim. I was just punch-drunk enough that on one take, when they fell to the floor I left the camera running and didn’t call “cut”. We were passing through “PG-13” on our way to “R” when Michael finally stopped, looked up and asked, “Are you finished?”

    “Gentleman’s Agreement: the unrated director’s cut”…

  42. One fun memory I had forgotten- by the time we actually started shooting that weekend, we were already like six hours behind schedule on an eight-hour shoot. Michael and I were both somewhere alternating between punch-drunk and psychotic when we did the scene with him and Kim. I was just punch-drunk enough that on one take, when they fell to the floor I left the camera running and didn’t call “cut”. We were passing through “PG-13” on our way to “R” when Michael finally stopped, looked up and asked, “Are you finished?”

    “Gentleman’s Agreement: the unrated director’s cut”…

  43. One fun memory I had forgotten- by the time we actually started shooting that weekend, we were already like six hours behind schedule on an eight-hour shoot. Michael and I were both somewhere alternating between punch-drunk and psychotic when we did the scene with him and Kim. I was just punch-drunk enough that on one take, when they fell to the floor I left the camera running and didn’t call “cut”. We were passing through “PG-13” on our way to “R” when Michael finally stopped, looked up and asked, “Are you finished?”

    “Gentleman’s Agreement: the unrated director’s cut”…

  44. One fun memory I had forgotten- by the time we actually started shooting that weekend, we were already like six hours behind schedule on an eight-hour shoot. Michael and I were both somewhere alternating between punch-drunk and psychotic when we did the scene with him and Kim. I was just punch-drunk enough that on one take, when they fell to the floor I left the camera running and didn’t call “cut”. We were passing through “PG-13” on our way to “R” when Michael finally stopped, looked up and asked, “Are you finished?”

    “Gentleman’s Agreement: the unrated director’s cut”…

  45. One fun memory I had forgotten- by the time we actually started shooting that weekend, we were already like six hours behind schedule on an eight-hour shoot. Michael and I were both somewhere alternating between punch-drunk and psychotic when we did the scene with him and Kim. I was just punch-drunk enough that on one take, when they fell to the floor I left the camera running and didn’t call “cut”. We were passing through “PG-13” on our way to “R” when Michael finally stopped, looked up and asked, “Are you finished?”

    “Gentleman’s Agreement: the unrated director’s cut”…

  46. One fun memory I had forgotten- by the time we actually started shooting that weekend, we were already like six hours behind schedule on an eight-hour shoot. Michael and I were both somewhere alternating between punch-drunk and psychotic when we did the scene with him and Kim. I was just punch-drunk enough that on one take, when they fell to the floor I left the camera running and didn’t call “cut”. We were passing through “PG-13” on our way to “R” when Michael finally stopped, looked up and asked, “Are you finished?”

    “Gentleman’s Agreement: the unrated director’s cut”…

  47. One fun memory I had forgotten- by the time we actually started shooting that weekend, we were already like six hours behind schedule on an eight-hour shoot. Michael and I were both somewhere alternating between punch-drunk and psychotic when we did the scene with him and Kim. I was just punch-drunk enough that on one take, when they fell to the floor I left the camera running and didn’t call “cut”. We were passing through “PG-13” on our way to “R” when Michael finally stopped, looked up and asked, “Are you finished?”

    “Gentleman’s Agreement: the unrated director’s cut”…

  48. One fun memory I had forgotten- by the time we actually started shooting that weekend, we were already like six hours behind schedule on an eight-hour shoot. Michael and I were both somewhere alternating between punch-drunk and psychotic when we did the scene with him and Kim. I was just punch-drunk enough that on one take, when they fell to the floor I left the camera running and didn’t call “cut”. We were passing through “PG-13” on our way to “R” when Michael finally stopped, looked up and asked, “Are you finished?”

    “Gentleman’s Agreement: the unrated director’s cut”…

  49. One other memory- The next spring after we did this, I took it with me to a scriptwriting workshop run by Danny Boyd (of Chillers, Strangest Dreams and Paradise Park). People were pretty impressed that it was a local production. They were even more impressed when they found out it had been done for under $100 by a couple of SF clubs.

    Oh yeah. at the time we did this, I didn’t have an animation recorder yet, nor a way to output to file. the animation scenes were done by rendering the individual frames to videotape, and then using the editing deck we had at the time (I still miss that deck) I assembled them one frame at a time to make the animation. That’s why all the effects shots are limited to three-and-a-half seconds- the recorder could only do 108 events per program.

  50. One other memory- The next spring after we did this, I took it with me to a scriptwriting workshop run by Danny Boyd (of Chillers, Strangest Dreams and Paradise Park). People were pretty impressed that it was a local production. They were even more impressed when they found out it had been done for under $100 by a couple of SF clubs.

    Oh yeah. at the time we did this, I didn’t have an animation recorder yet, nor a way to output to file. the animation scenes were done by rendering the individual frames to videotape, and then using the editing deck we had at the time (I still miss that deck) I assembled them one frame at a time to make the animation. That’s why all the effects shots are limited to three-and-a-half seconds- the recorder could only do 108 events per program.

  51. One other memory- The next spring after we did this, I took it with me to a scriptwriting workshop run by Danny Boyd (of Chillers, Strangest Dreams and Paradise Park). People were pretty impressed that it was a local production. They were even more impressed when they found out it had been done for under $100 by a couple of SF clubs.

    Oh yeah. at the time we did this, I didn’t have an animation recorder yet, nor a way to output to file. the animation scenes were done by rendering the individual frames to videotape, and then using the editing deck we had at the time (I still miss that deck) I assembled them one frame at a time to make the animation. That’s why all the effects shots are limited to three-and-a-half seconds- the recorder could only do 108 events per program.

  52. One other memory- The next spring after we did this, I took it with me to a scriptwriting workshop run by Danny Boyd (of Chillers, Strangest Dreams and Paradise Park). People were pretty impressed that it was a local production. They were even more impressed when they found out it had been done for under $100 by a couple of SF clubs.

    Oh yeah. at the time we did this, I didn’t have an animation recorder yet, nor a way to output to file. the animation scenes were done by rendering the individual frames to videotape, and then using the editing deck we had at the time (I still miss that deck) I assembled them one frame at a time to make the animation. That’s why all the effects shots are limited to three-and-a-half seconds- the recorder could only do 108 events per program.

  53. One other memory- The next spring after we did this, I took it with me to a scriptwriting workshop run by Danny Boyd (of Chillers, Strangest Dreams and Paradise Park). People were pretty impressed that it was a local production. They were even more impressed when they found out it had been done for under $100 by a couple of SF clubs.

    Oh yeah. at the time we did this, I didn’t have an animation recorder yet, nor a way to output to file. the animation scenes were done by rendering the individual frames to videotape, and then using the editing deck we had at the time (I still miss that deck) I assembled them one frame at a time to make the animation. That’s why all the effects shots are limited to three-and-a-half seconds- the recorder could only do 108 events per program.

  54. One other memory- The next spring after we did this, I took it with me to a scriptwriting workshop run by Danny Boyd (of Chillers, Strangest Dreams and Paradise Park). People were pretty impressed that it was a local production. They were even more impressed when they found out it had been done for under $100 by a couple of SF clubs.

    Oh yeah. at the time we did this, I didn’t have an animation recorder yet, nor a way to output to file. the animation scenes were done by rendering the individual frames to videotape, and then using the editing deck we had at the time (I still miss that deck) I assembled them one frame at a time to make the animation. That’s why all the effects shots are limited to three-and-a-half seconds- the recorder could only do 108 events per program.

  55. One other memory- The next spring after we did this, I took it with me to a scriptwriting workshop run by Danny Boyd (of Chillers, Strangest Dreams and Paradise Park). People were pretty impressed that it was a local production. They were even more impressed when they found out it had been done for under $100 by a couple of SF clubs.

    Oh yeah. at the time we did this, I didn’t have an animation recorder yet, nor a way to output to file. the animation scenes were done by rendering the individual frames to videotape, and then using the editing deck we had at the time (I still miss that deck) I assembled them one frame at a time to make the animation. That’s why all the effects shots are limited to three-and-a-half seconds- the recorder could only do 108 events per program.

  56. One other memory- The next spring after we did this, I took it with me to a scriptwriting workshop run by Danny Boyd (of Chillers, Strangest Dreams and Paradise Park). People were pretty impressed that it was a local production. They were even more impressed when they found out it had been done for under $100 by a couple of SF clubs.

    Oh yeah. at the time we did this, I didn’t have an animation recorder yet, nor a way to output to file. the animation scenes were done by rendering the individual frames to videotape, and then using the editing deck we had at the time (I still miss that deck) I assembled them one frame at a time to make the animation. That’s why all the effects shots are limited to three-and-a-half seconds- the recorder could only do 108 events per program.

  57. I’m not sure I ever heard about the workshop compliments – if I did, I’ve forgotten. That was a nice warm fuzzy to read today.

    Kim’s an attractive lady, but I never forgot while filming that scene that the man who would become her husband can disassemble me with one hand tied behind his back. It’s an effective cold shower.

    Can one make an IMDB page for oneself? And I cringed after the fact when I realized I’d overused the “Can we go now?” line – I should have saved it for Ed, at the end.

    Still, pretty decent work!

  58. I’m not sure I ever heard about the workshop compliments – if I did, I’ve forgotten. That was a nice warm fuzzy to read today.

    Kim’s an attractive lady, but I never forgot while filming that scene that the man who would become her husband can disassemble me with one hand tied behind his back. It’s an effective cold shower.

    Can one make an IMDB page for oneself? And I cringed after the fact when I realized I’d overused the “Can we go now?” line – I should have saved it for Ed, at the end.

    Still, pretty decent work!

  59. I’m not sure I ever heard about the workshop compliments – if I did, I’ve forgotten. That was a nice warm fuzzy to read today.

    Kim’s an attractive lady, but I never forgot while filming that scene that the man who would become her husband can disassemble me with one hand tied behind his back. It’s an effective cold shower.

    Can one make an IMDB page for oneself? And I cringed after the fact when I realized I’d overused the “Can we go now?” line – I should have saved it for Ed, at the end.

    Still, pretty decent work!

  60. I’m not sure I ever heard about the workshop compliments – if I did, I’ve forgotten. That was a nice warm fuzzy to read today.

    Kim’s an attractive lady, but I never forgot while filming that scene that the man who would become her husband can disassemble me with one hand tied behind his back. It’s an effective cold shower.

    Can one make an IMDB page for oneself? And I cringed after the fact when I realized I’d overused the “Can we go now?” line – I should have saved it for Ed, at the end.

    Still, pretty decent work!

  61. I’m not sure I ever heard about the workshop compliments – if I did, I’ve forgotten. That was a nice warm fuzzy to read today.

    Kim’s an attractive lady, but I never forgot while filming that scene that the man who would become her husband can disassemble me with one hand tied behind his back. It’s an effective cold shower.

    Can one make an IMDB page for oneself? And I cringed after the fact when I realized I’d overused the “Can we go now?” line – I should have saved it for Ed, at the end.

    Still, pretty decent work!

  62. I’m not sure I ever heard about the workshop compliments – if I did, I’ve forgotten. That was a nice warm fuzzy to read today.

    Kim’s an attractive lady, but I never forgot while filming that scene that the man who would become her husband can disassemble me with one hand tied behind his back. It’s an effective cold shower.

    Can one make an IMDB page for oneself? And I cringed after the fact when I realized I’d overused the “Can we go now?” line – I should have saved it for Ed, at the end.

    Still, pretty decent work!

  63. I’m not sure I ever heard about the workshop compliments – if I did, I’ve forgotten. That was a nice warm fuzzy to read today.

    Kim’s an attractive lady, but I never forgot while filming that scene that the man who would become her husband can disassemble me with one hand tied behind his back. It’s an effective cold shower.

    Can one make an IMDB page for oneself? And I cringed after the fact when I realized I’d overused the “Can we go now?” line – I should have saved it for Ed, at the end.

    Still, pretty decent work!

  64. I’m not sure I ever heard about the workshop compliments – if I did, I’ve forgotten. That was a nice warm fuzzy to read today.

    Kim’s an attractive lady, but I never forgot while filming that scene that the man who would become her husband can disassemble me with one hand tied behind his back. It’s an effective cold shower.

    Can one make an IMDB page for oneself? And I cringed after the fact when I realized I’d overused the “Can we go now?” line – I should have saved it for Ed, at the end.

    Still, pretty decent work!

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