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    ¦|¦|¦| Arashikage Tengu |¦|¦|¦ a.k.a. The Cerebral Buttocks
  • Birthday 03/10/1975

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    Tiline, Livingston County, Kentucky, United States of America, North America, Earth, Sol System, Milky Way Galaxy, The Universe, 1st-5th Dimensions
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  1. I still want to know who she was talking about in her song "I will always love Hugh". Was it Hefner or Grant. I know Dolly Parton wrote and sang the song, originally, and people say when Whitney sang it she made it her own, but I swear it sounds like she's saying "Hugh" instead of "you".
  2. Before Watchmen were the Sundialmen.

  3. Before Watchmen were the Sundialmen.
  4. Where's NCC 1701-F? Did I miss a movie/series that had it? I bet it's in a novel.
  5. For the Force Spirit scene at the end of ROTJ, Lucas should have had Obi-Wan and Anakin start out looking like Guinness and Shaw and then have them morph into McGregor and Christensen, respectively, as a form of age regression to how they appeared in their prime.
  6. I was just in the greater Cincinnati area, for the first time, the week between Christmas and New Years. We went to the Newport Aquarium, EnterTRAINment Junction and the Creation Museum. I didn't have time to go toy hunting, but I didn't know that's where Kenner's Headquarters were when they existed. If I had known, I would have found the time to do some hunting of my own. I hope to go back, soon. In the show, at the NYCC, was that actor Andrew Lee Potts (Connor Temple of BBC's PRIMEVAL) wearing a blonde moppy hairstyled wig with black rimmed glasses? The guy had an English accent, but it sounded like he was altering it, as not to be recognized. He totally looked like ALP in the face.
  7. I really didn't think they'd "sacrifice" that character. I still can't believe they actually have some of the death scenes they do have in this series, since it is more for the kids. Anyways, the sacrifice was made worthless since they traded prisoners. He died for nothing. I thought it was a pretty good episode. A little dark for kids, but good over all.
  8. I always believed Gene Roddenberry was more of a prophet than a science fiction writer. I mean, think of all the things he created for his show that became reality. I believe the CNSA would have come up with this design even if Star Trek had never been made.
  9. Werewolves, Vampires and Zombies are all different versions/mutations of the same virus, rabies (the Mononegavirales family). Lycanthropy (HWV; Humand Werewolf Virus) is a direct mutation of rabies, and the mildest. The virus doesn't kill the body organs and tissue. The disease can be spread through saliva and a milder form through scratches. See, werewolves lick themselves, and the virus gets on the claws. The virus is oxygen exposed and weakened. A scratch victim will have limited transformation of the body to a classic Chaney Wolf-Man appearance. A victim of a bite has a stronger exposure to the virus and will have a more anthropomorphic transformation with a oversized wolf head on a furry humanoid body with digitigrade legs/feet. One born with the virus has to ability to completely transform into a wolf. The host body, in human forms, is slightly stronger than the average human body, but is superstrong in wolf form. Vampirism (HVV; Human Vampire Virus) is a stronger mutation of HWV. The virus kills the organs, but the host still has control of most of their faculties. The virus is spread only through the blood. The host body is superstrong, but because the body tissue and organs are dead, it is easier to kill them than a werewolf. Zombieism (HZV; Human Zombie Virus) is also a direct mutation of the rabies virus that spun off in a slightly different direction. The virus kills all organs and body tissue, and the host loses all control of their faculties. The virus controls the body, now. The host body is at its weakest point, while the virus is at its strongest. The virus is spread through saliva.
  10. I'm HARDCORE: Episodes 1,2, CLone Wars Micro series Vol 1 & 2, then Clone Wars Animated Seasons 1, 2, 3, plus last night's two parter, Droids, Ewoks cartoons, Episodes 3&4, The Star Wars Holiday Special (the parts on Youtube, anyways), Episodes 5&6, Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure and Ewoks: The Battle for Endor, then E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (E.T.'s species is a canonical part of the Star Wars Universe). The only problem with Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure and Ewoks: The Battle for Endor is where exactly they fit in continuity. In ROTJ, the Ewoks act as if they've never met any humans. Yet, in the Ewok movies the humans there act as if they are stranded with no hope of rescue because humans don't visit there, and I would think that if this is post-ROTJ humans would frequent there. So, sometimes I do the last few in the order of The Star Wars Holiday Special, Caravan of Courage, Ep. 5, Battle for Endor, Ep. 6, then E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial.
  11. I still have flashbacks from the Backyard Wars. Man, the things I saw. I just used as many jungle camo Joes as I could against the forces of Cobra, in general.
  12. AWESOME! That helps with my list. I really want some realistic, live-action versions of characters from The Clone Wars. 10. Massassi Mutated Warrior 09. Noghri 08. Sergeant Doallyn 07. Toryn Farr 06. The Son from Mortis in Bat form (from Season 3, Episodes 15, 16, 17: "Overlords", "Altar or Mortis", "Ghosts of Mortis") 05. Ree-Yees 04. Adult Ahsoka Tano (vision from Season 3, Episode 15: "Overlords") 03. The Daughter from Mortis (from Season 3, Episodes 15, 16, 17: "Overlords", "Altar of Mortis", "Ghosts of Mortis") 02. Phase II Captain Rex 01. Cyborg Maul (I know this was out in a 2-pack, but it was a con exclusive)
  13. Is there a difference in the Steel Brigade in this wave from the one in the previous wave?
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