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10 REALLY RANDOM THINGS ABOUT ME

  • 1. I have long forefingers and long pinkies, according to my family. My aunt Camille calls them "presidential fingers", whatever that means.

  • 2. As a child, I used to like the taste of Chinese chives (jiu3 cai4) and hate the taste of cilantro (aka coriander leaf), but now it's the other way around.

  • 3. I am absolutely addicted to quest-driven computer RPGs and most turn-based strategy games. Quest for Glory, Warcraft, Civilization, Star Control, Questron, Times of Lore, Ultima, The Bard's Tale, Pirates!, Rogue/Nethack/Moria/Angband, CircleMUD... you name it, I've been hooked on it. I'm banazir, and I'm a questaholic. You wonder why I don't play a lot of computer games? One day at a time, people. One day at a time.

  • 4. My mother's family consists of mostly good-looking people. I am on the plain-looking end of her side, for reference.

  • 5. My nightmares are very detailed, vivid, and spiced with lots of futuristic or fantastic SF combat, weaponry, and plots. Most of them involve my being a secret agent behind enemy lines, or a pilot in some titanic battle.

  • 6. I had moderate math anxiety when I was 6-7 years old. My mother would drill me in multiplication tables and get very impatient. I was convinced I had a learning disability. One day when I was in second grade, it just went away.

  • 7. I've primarily driven only three cars: a maroon 1988 Subaru GL 4WD station wagon (owned 1988-2002), a maroon 1989 Toyota Corolla All-Trac station wagon (owned 1989-2003), and my white Honda Accord LX (owned 1999-present). Before that, my parents owned a maroon Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme (for about 10 years), a neon orange Dodge Colt (for at least 6 years), a silver Ford Pinto, and a puke green Chevy Nova.

  • 8. I was born two weeks early - not enough to qualify as significantly premature.

  • 9. I love the colors blue, green, and white in combination.

  • 10. I have loved spaghetti with mushrooms ever since I read "The Lords of Quarmall" by Fritz Lieber. It's a total obsession. I even like the smell of mushrooms.




9 WAYS TO WIN MY HEART

  • 1. Be kind. This is an absolute must for me, and I wouldn't expect it if I didn't think myself at least adequately capable of it.

  • 2. Be honest. I give at least as good as I get.

  • 3. Recognize and respect God, the giver of every good and perfect gift.

  • 4. Be generous to others. Not just material giving, but largess of spirit. Care about humanity and other living creatures.

  • 5. Laugh and make me laugh. "A man can forget the woman he loves," says the aphorism, "but he can never forget the woman who makes him laugh." Nothing gets to me like a good sense of humor.

  • 6. Show that you care about your family. It lets me know that you respect the importance of family.

  • 7. Have high ideals and stick to them. Be willing to sacrifice things of your own and mine for the greater good.

  • 8. Possess and inspire a positive outlook on life. Sweetness, kindness, and a loving nature go hand in hand when these are genuine.

  • 9. Respect me. You need not praise me or admire anything in particular about me. Lord knows you should not be blind to my faults. But respect who I am as a person; the above are a few fundamentals of what I stand for.

(So now you know why I'm in love with Aenea and Diamond Mask.)


8 THINGS I CARRY/WEAR EVERY DAY

  • 1. My eyeglasses, which twinbee says "make my head look like a gravity well" but are actually much smaller than my last pair (1993-2004)

  • 2. My titanium Seiko timepiece, a gift from my aunt Camille

  • 3. A white v-neck Hanes T-shirt, the only type of undershirt I wear

  • 4. A black leather bag containing my ThinkPad A31p, Numerramar

  • 5. My cell phone, a Samsung VGA-1000 picture phone with Sprint PCS

  • 6. An Audiovox GMRS (radio frequency) walkie-talkie with 0.5 - 7 mile range

  • 7. A Waterman Expert II rollerball pen inscribed Professor Bill Hsu, 2004, a gift from my cousin, Dr. Ray Lee

  • 8. My COMPAQ iPAQ H3635, Sting




7 THINGS THAT ANNOY ME

  • 1. Naked aggression of any kind. (Having had quite enough in secondary school, I really don't respond well towards bullying, of me or of those I care about.)

  • 2. Being accused of lying when I haven't. (Hint: I lie about how much sleep I got, whether I need an antihistamine, and how much time I spent in IRC. I'm not very reliable on what time I will finish a task because I get sidetracked fairly easily. That's about it.)

  • 3. Students trying to pull a fast one - e.g., asking for a prerequisite course exemption when they haven't taken a course that nearly qualifies.

  • 4. Being told that I'm being unclear, opaque, or overdetailed when I've simplified something as much as I am able. (Actually, to be fair, the latter happens rarely.)

  • 5. Being told that computer systems work when they don't work for me. At all. (Elaboration forthcoming. ;-))

  • 6. Having someone log out suddenly without giving me time to say good night. (I know you know I wish you a good night. But do you know I know you know? Bonus points for using Kripke semantics to answer this. ;-))

  • 7. Prejudice, especially racial prejudice.




6 PLACES I'VE VISITED

  • 1. Acapulco, Mexico.

  • 2. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

  • 3. Skagway, Alaska, USA.

  • 4. Taipei, Taiwan.

  • 5. San Francisco, California, USA.

  • 6. New York, New York, USA.




5 THINGS I WANT TO DO BEFORE I DIE

  • 1. Have children (2-4).

  • 2. Advise a Ph.D. student who has Ph.D. students of his or her own, who in turn have more acadmic progeny. (Hint, hint, hpguo...)

  • 3. Visit every continent.

  • 4. Make between $60M and $4B USD.

  • 5. Start my foundation. (It's a SIKRIT.)




4 THINGS I'M AFRAID OF

  • 1. Being alone or left out.

  • 2. Procrastinating so much I will slip on a major deadline.

  • 3. Not having kids. (Well, I guess this is a specific case of #2, or maybe multiple inheritance from #1 and #2. :-P)

  • 4. Deafness. (Significant hearing loss in old age runs among some males in my father's family.)




3 THINGS I DO EVERY DAY

  • 1. Give thanks for the food I have to eat - both to the God I believe ultimately provided it and any people who might have prepared it.

  • 2. Post a LiveJournal entry and one or more GreatestJournal entries.

  • 3. Read, and think hard, about a new problem in computer science or the computational sciences.




2 THINGS I'M TRYING NOT TO DO NOW

  • 1. Think of all the online updating that I am 1-50 days behind on.

  • 2. Forget what I really need to do: go to see the assistant to the dean of our graduate school for the Summer Undergrad Research Opportunity Program (SUROP) applications, and notify my co-PIs that we can get one.




1 PERSON I WANT TO SEE NOW

  • 1. Myself, 50 years from now or a year before I die, whichever comes first.



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Banazir

Comments

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lilithharp17
Apr. 6th, 2005 03:16 pm (UTC)
Beautiful
I believe
Computers
Could and
Should be
Used to
Enhance
Human Life Span

It's not inconceivable
Being part machine
Could not be beautiful
To believe that my mind
Could be enhanced to
Travel and live and
Be a viable part of me
When, my body parts

Are, worn and perhaps
Not as useful, as when
I was born. What I want;
May, not be actually what
You need or want in your
Every-day world, but hey!

This is a free country
Cyborg mentality is not
Original or World New
But for me, It's a Life issue
You want to go to dust, hey
Go on to your cemetary and
I would choose to live everyday

Until I tire out, or get bored
Give me everlasting life
I will continue to be here
On earth and my intellect
Will change and grow and I

May become what others did faster
And died sooner accomplished
I can say, I would do this today
If I were to know that death
Were, about to take me.

Do not want to see the earth
Bury me, anywhere. The bones
Of mankind, can go to dust and
I will augment my body as parts
Wear thin, and do not run

The Right to the Pursuit of Happiness
For me means, Life. Give me the joy
Of one more springtime or glory in
The peace a new day brings with morning dew
I want, to love science and medical advancements
I feel that only wealth entitles you to this freedom

Someday, all men will walk free again on earth
We will be as we were before, free to live as
People in a world of understanding and beliefs
That no one group, organization or government
Can really stop this world, it's getting off that
Is not promised or sanctioned. We only have this
Time today, that we live and breath to actually
Live our lives. G+d Bless those who live today!
lilithharp17
banazir
Apr. 6th, 2005 08:15 pm (UTC)
Thanks for this
Interesting opening stanza. :-)

I've been curious: is there a particular reason you don't spell out "God"?

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Banazir
yahvah
Apr. 7th, 2005 01:51 pm (UTC)
Re: Thanks for this
Jews, Muslims and Christians usually don't spell out "God" because they see it as being more reverent. I always find it really odd coming from Jews because they are most concerned with not desecrating God's name, which isn't God.
banazir
Apr. 7th, 2005 03:56 pm (UTC)
Reverence for God
Jews, Muslims and Christians usually don't spell out "God" because they see it as being more reverent. I always find it really odd coming from Jews because they are most concerned with not desecrating God's name, which isn't God.
Well, I've seen it with YHWH, of course, but G*d seems just a little anachronistic. I suppose you could do it with whatever name by which you call God, but I'm not clear on the concept of humans being unworthy to write or utter the name by which we ourselves call God. We came up with it, after all.

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Banazir
yahvah
Apr. 7th, 2005 05:22 pm (UTC)
Re: Reverence for God
I'm not clear on the concept of humans being unworthy to write or utter the name by which we ourselves call God. We came up with it, after all.

We wrote it down first, that's the truth. If you look in Tractate Shabbat folio 116a, you'll see discussion of cutting out the divine name and then burning the "books of the minim" (minim are literally "heretics"; if you go further into 116b, you'll see them quoting Jesus in Matthew 5:17). The books they're discussing are the Aramaic versions of the Gospels that contain the [closest version of the] written name of God (pronounced MarYah meaning Lord God). In the first century, Jews only pronounced the name on Yom Kippur, and then that was the High Priest who pronounced it. Every other day of the year, they would say MarYah or Adonai.

The reason for cutting out the names and then burning the scriptures is to keep from doing what is called chillul HaShem, which means to "desecrate the name". In the case of the Talmud passage, the Talmudists believe that teaching others that God tangibly manifested as a human being and taught everyone how to behave is akin to idolatry. My biggest argument against this is in Genesis 18. YHVH appeared to Abraham as a man, and stood at the top of the ladder in Jacob's dream as well (Genesis 28:13).
banazir
Apr. 23rd, 2005 07:25 am (UTC)
The incarnate God
Talmudists believe that teaching others that God tangibly manifested as a human being and taught everyone how to behave is akin to idolatry

Interesting. I've been reading a bit about docetism.

You should read Jack the Bodiless by Julian May. In one scene, Saint Jack the Bodiless, still in utero, has a telepathic discussion with his mother about how every race believed in an incarnation of their Creator, save the incorporeal Lylmik. It reminded me of Lewis's Aslan proclaiming to young Digory in The Magician's Nephew that he was known by many names in many different worlds.

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Banazir
yahvah
Apr. 23rd, 2005 03:51 pm (UTC)
Re: The incarnate God
Interesting. I've been reading a bit about docetism.

That would be quite an illusion to have put Miriam (the Hebrew pronunciation) through the pains of childbirth...

You should read Jack the Bodiless by Julian May.

It's in my Amazon wish list now. I have some shelf-cleaning to do, but will definitely get to it after I can make room on my shelf!
baranoouji
Apr. 6th, 2005 05:41 pm (UTC)
4. Make between $60M and $4B USD.

May I suggest the lucrative career of organ harvesting? I hear that you have a lot of students at your disposal. ;)

-E
banazir
Apr. 6th, 2005 06:19 pm (UTC)
Shhhhhhhhh!
Quiet, lady! You'll give me away!

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Banazir
baranoouji
Apr. 6th, 2005 06:45 pm (UTC)
Re: Shhhhhhhhh!
Just tell them that it's all part of your cyborg research... yes...

:rubs hands a la Monty Burns: Excellent.
banazir
Apr. 6th, 2005 07:59 pm (UTC)
Zengeneral, release the droids
Yeeeess.

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Banazir
kaladhwen
Apr. 6th, 2005 06:56 pm (UTC)
You wonder why I don't play a lot of computer games? One day at a time, people. One day at a time.

*nods nods*

5. My nightmares are very detailed, vivid, and spiced with lots of futuristic or fantastic SF combat, weaponry, and plots. Most of them involve my being a secret agent behind enemy lines, or a pilot in some titanic battle.

I always have huge "end of the universe" type dreams where things blow up...

9 WAYS TO WIN MY HEART

I may have to copy all of yours. ;)

1. Have children (2-4).

I assume getting married a prerequisite to this. ;)

4. Make between $60M and $4B USD.

I am your best friend!!

5. Start my foundation. (It's a SIKRIT.)

I want to be told!!
banazir
Apr. 6th, 2005 08:53 pm (UTC)
Clones, kiddo
[computer game addiction]
*nods nods*
You too?
CRPGs? Computer games in general?
Or games, TV, and movies in general? ;-)

5. My nightmares are very detailed, vivid, and spiced with lots of futuristic or fantastic SF combat, weaponry, and plots. Most of them involve my being a secret agent behind enemy lines, or a pilot in some titanic battle.
I always have huge "end of the universe" type dreams where things blow up...
So a little puppy told me... ;-)

9 WAYS TO WIN MY HEART
I may have to copy all of yours. ;)
LOL!
9.5. Plagiarize your clone. <3

1. Have children (2-4).
I assume getting married a prerequisite to this. ;)
Clones, baby... clones...
(J/K, yes, marriage is a prereq, which is how I got 2 goals in 1. Go me!)

4. Make between $60M and $4B USD.
I am your best friend!!
LOL! I thought you were my clone sister?
Blood is thicker than water, Anemone!
See above!

5. Start my foundation. (It's a SIKRIT.)
I want to be told!!
LOL, fine, OK! Not here!
(Did you get into nyssacrman's supply of... whatever she had the other day?)

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Banazir
kaladhwen
Apr. 6th, 2005 11:38 pm (UTC)
Re: Clones, kiddo
CRPGs? Computer games in general?
Or games, TV, and movies in general? ;-)


Like...all of them. There is a very specific reason I don't have KOTOR or KOTOR 2. Or any ST games. Cause I dl'ed a demo once of one and <3 it so much I knew I could never buy it. There is a reason I do not own a Nintendo or X-Box or PlayStation or do not own many computer games.

Internet games are bad enough, my Force! TV and movies are bad enough too!!! I recognize that I would just love to play games without end, that I kinda have the obsessive/addictive nature of a fan, and hence, I stay away.

So a little puppy told me... ;-)

I can't even remember who ran over it first anymore!

9.5. Plagiarize your clone.

LOL!!!

Clones, baby... clones...
(J/K, yes, marriage is a prereq, which is how I got 2 goals in 1. Go me!)


Hehehe nice!

LOL! I thought you were my clone sister?
Blood is thicker than water, Anemone!
See above!


Oh...wait! Yes!! I AM YOUR SISTER! LEAVE ME IN YOUR WILL! AND THEN I WILL HAVE YOU ASSASSINATED

LOL, fine, OK! Not here!
(Did you get into nyssacrman's supply of... whatever she had the other day?)


...What supply? I had crack last night. But I want more of it!!!
banazir
Apr. 7th, 2005 03:19 am (UTC)
Re: Clones, kiddo
Like...all of them. There is a very specific reason I don't have KOTOR or KOTOR 2. [...]
Internet games are bad enough, my Force! TV and movies are bad enough too!!! I recognize that I would just love to play games without end, that I kinda have the obsessive/addictive nature of a fan, and hence, I stay away.

Jå, jå. I know wotcha mean.

So a little puppy told me... ;-)
I can't even remember who ran over it first anymore!
Liiiiiaaaaarrrrr!
Lies, flames, trolls! :-P
You took a quiz that said that was your Presidential Scandal!

LOL! I thought you were my clone sister?
Blood is thicker than water, Anemone!
See above!

Oh...wait! Yes!! I AM YOUR SISTER! LEAVE ME IN YOUR WILL! AND THEN I WILL HAVE YOU ASSASSINATED
LOL, poor Cassandra was cursed to prophesize to Trojans who would not believe her...
Poor Anemone was cursed to have brilliant plots, but blurt them out as if she had Tourette's Syndrome... ;-)

(Did you get into nyssacrman's supply of... whatever she had the other day?)
...What supply? I had crack last night. But I want more of it!!!
LOL!
Junkie hen!

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Banazir
kaladhwen
Apr. 7th, 2005 03:37 am (UTC)
Re: Clones, kiddo
Liiiiiaaaaarrrrr!
Lies, flames, trolls! :-P
You took a quiz that said that was your Presidential Scandal!


*cough*

LOL, poor Cassandra was cursed to prophesize to Trojans who would not believe her...
Poor Anemone was cursed to have brilliant plots, but blurt them out as if she had Tourette's Syndrome... ;-)


LOLOL!!! It's just like I told gweneth_syeira:

gweneth_syeira: and ahhh
gweneth_syeira: i wanna hide
gweneth_syeira: and die
kaladhwen: NO DYING
kaladhwen: not til I kill you
gweneth_syeira: ::assumes fetal position::
kaladhwen: um err you didn't hear my evil plan
gweneth_syeira: lol


*is proud of being a junkie hen*
banazir
Apr. 7th, 2005 03:58 pm (UTC)
Re: Clones, kiddo
*cough*
How very... Presidential.

kaladhwen: um err you didn't hear my evil plan
Dude! What is it with you plotting to kill all your friends?!

*is proud of being a junkie hen*
Um, Kal... that's not something to be proud of.
Look at the icon, people! She even got that poor puppy hooked on poppies...

kaladhwen sells drugs to puppies!!!

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Banazir
kaladhwen
Apr. 7th, 2005 06:14 pm (UTC)
Re: Clones, kiddo
Dude! What is it with you plotting to kill all your friends?!

That's what I asked her last night...I'm not sure! It must be all the CRACK!

Um, Kal... that's not something to be proud of.

When it feels this good, yes it is. ;)

Look at the icon, people! She even got that poor puppy hooked on poppies...
kaladhwen sells drugs to puppies!!!


LOL!!!
banazir
Apr. 7th, 2005 08:34 pm (UTC)
Re: Clones, kiddo
Dude! What is it with you plotting to kill all your friends?!
That's what I asked her last night...I'm not sure! It must be all the CRACK!

kaladhwen takes crack and then plots to kill all her friends!!!

Um, Kal... that's not something to be proud of.
When it feels this good, yes it is. ;)
Woah! Hardcore sassy!
So, did you get Hedonist as your #1 result on this?

kaladhwen sells drugs to puppies!!!
LOL!!!
So eViol! Laughing at the poor addicted puppies!!

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Banazir
sui_degeneris
Apr. 7th, 2005 01:06 am (UTC)
7.6 and 4.3
7.6
/me contemplates changing her nick to SheTooFast

I'll consider using Kripke semantics once I figure out what they are. Apparently, my computer doesn't have the necessary charset to view http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kripke_semantics , because I'm seeing a whole bunch of mini-monoliths. And I'm not strong enough in logic to fill in the blanks.

4.3
Fishie, sweetie.... I hate to break it to you, but you're male. Your reproductive system isn't set to shut down in 15 years. You've still got time.

And remember, men get more attractive as they age.
banazir
Apr. 7th, 2005 02:54 am (UTC)
Re: 7.6 and 4.3
7.6
/me contemplates changing her nick to SheTooFast

Yew aaaaare!

I'll consider using Kripke semantics once I figure out what they are. Apparently, my computer doesn't have the necessary charset to view http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kripke_semantics , because I'm seeing a whole bunch of mini-monoliths. And I'm not strong enough in logic to fill in the blanks.
If you see square boxes for the necessity ("must") modal operator and diamonds for the possibility ("may") modal operator, then you're not missing any symbols. If you aren't sure, I'll take a screenshot.

4.3
Fishie, sweetie.... I hate to break it to you, but you're male. Your reproductive system isn't set to shut down in 15 years. You've still got time.

Yee, but knot, liek, elf-time.

And remember, men get more attractive as they age.
Yeah, yeah, so I been told.
You womenflok might think that's fair, but it isn't!
(Think abowdit!)

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Banazir
sui_degeneris
Apr. 7th, 2005 03:17 pm (UTC)
Re: 7.6 and 4.3
/me contemplates changing her nick to SheTooFast
Yew aaaaare!
And likely to get faster. You may yet look back fondly on the days when I used to say:
Well, sweeties, time for me to go!
3...
2...
1...
Bye!
/quit

If you see square boxes for the necessity ("must") modal operator and diamonds for the possibility ("may") modal operator, then you're not missing any symbols. If you aren't sure, I'll take a screenshot.
I'm seeing those, since they're images, not characters. I'm missing some of the Boolean stuff. The V and U and upside down versions of same.

And remember, men get more attractive as they age.
Yeah, yeah, so I been told.
You womenflok might think that's fair, but it isn't!
(Think abowdit!)

Yeah, it's a pity that men reach their sexual peak about 20 or 30 years before they hit their peak attractiveness.

All that testosterone searching for an outlet.... *sigh*
banazir
Apr. 16th, 2005 06:18 pm (UTC)
Win-win situations
And likely to get faster. You may yet look back fondly on the days when I used to say:

Well, sweeties, time for me to go!
3... 2... 1... Bye!
/quit


Wae! Acceleration!
How does that old Arabic adage about speed and Shaitan go?

I'm seeing those, since they're images, not characters. I'm missing some of the Boolean stuff. The V and U and upside down versions of same.
Oh. Hokay.

Yeah, it's a pity that men reach their sexual peak about 20 or 30 years before they hit their peak attractiveness.
O.O

=-o

Are yew one of those Dlanod Sutherland-fanciers liek some of the other teuncettes?

All that testosterone searching for an outlet.... *sigh*
/me starts a campaign.
Show young guzs some love!
(Of ccurse, taht cuts both ways fro moi. I liek to think of it as win-win. ;-))

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Banazir
sui_degeneris
Apr. 17th, 2005 03:46 am (UTC)
Re: Win-win situations
How does that old Arabic adage about speed and Shaitan go?
No idea. And no Arabic speakers nearby to ask. And I'm too tired to figure out a comprehensive set of search terms. (Speed, haste, quickly, Shaitan, Satan, devil, and so on and so forth.)

:blinks:

Hey! Are you implying something negative about my quick departures?

Are yew one of those Dlanod Sutherland-fanciers liek some of the other teuncettes?
Donald Sutherland? Not really.

Now, if you'd asked about Cary Grant, or Geoffrey Rush, or Alan Rickman, or Ben Kingsley, or Leonard Nimoy, or Christopher Lee, or James Earl Jones, or David Ogden Stiers or... Should I shut up now?

I should shut up now.
banazir
Apr. 23rd, 2005 07:06 am (UTC)
Re: Win-win situations
No idea. And no Arabic speakers nearby to ask. And I'm too tired to figure out a comprehensive set of search terms. (Speed, haste, quickly, Shaitan, Satan, devil, and so on and so forth.)
See beloo.

I'm fairly sure there is a real Quranic origin, but my brain is only giving me te Dune Messiah quote ATM...

"The weight of a kindly God is a fearful thing. Did not God give us the burning sun?"

"Did not God give us the Mothers of Moisture?
Did not God give us Shaitan?
From Shaitan did we not get the hurtfulness of speed?"

:blinks:
Hey! Are you implying something negative about my quick departures?

/me looks innocent

Now, if you'd asked about Cary Grant, or Geoffrey Rush, or Alan Rickman, or Ben Kingsley, or Leonard Nimoy, or Christopher Lee, or James Earl Jones, or David Ogden Stiers or... Should I shut up now?
I should shut up now.

Alan Rickman, of curse. Rush adn Grant, I can see. Christopher Lee at present is, liek, a million yeats nold! JEJ... woah, Nedise lieks Vader! (J/K, need more grist for the rumor mill... :-D)

David Ogden Stiers! Cogsworth!
Wot, yew dknot liek El SuavoLumiere?

Nimoy? Rilly?
sui_degeneris
Apr. 23rd, 2005 11:07 am (UTC)
Re: Win-win situations
Hmmph! For some reason, I don't think your innocent look is as trustworthy as it seems.

On rereading my list, a lot of the men are there for voice work, honestly. And yes, sorry - Jerry Orbach should be on that list for his role as Lumiere!

Nimoy is listed for his hosting of In Search Of..., and at that point, I should probably include Marlin Perkins, host of Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom.

errrr...

I'm going to shut up again.
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