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Ever have one of those days when you feel the urge to wibble about anything and nothing in particular?
Here's the reslut...

I finished watching Part II and Part III1 of Children of Dune last night (in the last of four one-hour segments). I've actually been very busy with work, but watching Fremen princesses trask everything in sight with crysknives is always good fun, as yodge can testify.
Somehow masteralida triggered my realization that miajesbar and I are preincarnations of the Atreides twins. Stranger things have happened, I suppose, but at any rate, I really have not been able to slow down or stop running since!
:waits for the Caffeine Mentat Litany:

I have been going through and updating this past week's journal entries with my music (anyone using Semagic and the like to monitor their friends lists: je m'excuse!). Here are a few highlights, mostly from the comments:



OK, back to frustrating writing and error hunting now.

Coming soon: More Vid Peril, Cool World of The Month (April, 2004), Opinion Survey, Sub-Creation, Team Projects

1 Oh, BTW, SadGeezer is a really good SF synopsis site. Firefly, Dune, etc.

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Banazîr

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banazir
Apr. 28th, 2004 03:31 am (UTC)
LOL! Well, darana doesn't seem to think so. ;)
She doesn't think we are, or she doesn't think stranger things have happened?
And may I ask why not, darana?

And I don't know how in the trask you get so many comments on nearly every single one of your posts!!</i>
LOL! Easy-peasy, Wee Gril:

  • All my friends (LJ, then online, then in general) are self-elected, but mine are espcially so. It's definitely a crucible (I hate to say "winnow" even if it were true). Half of my friends added me before I even asked to add them. But I always ask permission to add. Oftentimes the "go ahead" is accompanied by reciprocal or even preemptive adding.

  • I troll. Well, OK, not really: but I do circulate news, annoucements (esp. public service), technical info, and even jokes, among my LJ and RL friends.
  • Some of my teunc friends (gondhir and hempknight like the sight of their own psots



Hope this clears it up. :-D

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Banazir
miajesbar
Apr. 28th, 2004 11:07 pm (UTC)
*chuckle* I just thought you had lots of talkative friends. ;)

I mean, not to say I'm overly talkative. Not at all... *looks at number of comments posted and eeep*
banazir
Apr. 29th, 2004 12:26 am (UTC)
You want the talk?! You can't HANDLE the talk!
*chuckle* I just thought you had lots of talkative friends. ;)
Heh, that too.

I mean, not to say I'm overly talkative. Not at all...
*looks at number of comments posted and eeep*

Nah, you aren't. Only 80!
I mean, look at mine: I'm up to 3200+ (in other journals too, not just mine), and 3400+ comments received here alone (if LJ counted follow-ups in other journals to keep things symmetric, it'd be catastrophic).

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Banazir
darana
Apr. 28th, 2004 12:39 pm (UTC)
LOL I said "I am not inclined to disagree." ::chuckles:: Was late at night.
banazir
Apr. 28th, 2004 02:14 pm (UTC)
That all makes sense, then
I'm inclined to agree, but traskit, it's just not entirely nontransparent enough! More convolution is needed. ;-)

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Banazir
(who has a reputation to uphold, fater lal)
borgseawolf
Apr. 28th, 2004 04:34 am (UTC)
Children of Dune
Hoom. From the stills it seems the special effects have significantly improved over the first 'Dune' mini, with its single dune room and sock-puppet Kangaroo Mouse...
banazir
Apr. 28th, 2004 10:01 am (UTC)
Now I see why you hated the first mini
... they said it was "low-budget", but I didn't realize it was shot in the Neolithic exhibit at a museum. :-P

I've only caught about 10 minutes of the original, though - I have it on tape and haven't started watching yet.

I take it you haven't seen any of CoD?

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Banazir
sui_degeneris
Apr. 28th, 2004 08:59 am (UTC)
Error hunting?
May I contribute a few?

The Upshort of Your Experiment [Sat 24 May 2004] - the link doesn't work.

Also, you seem to be living in the future for this entry and the following two entries. At least as far as the dates are concerned.

Or possibly you're using a different calendar system....

Whatever floats your boat, sweetie!
banazir
Apr. 28th, 2004 09:59 am (UTC)
Pantemporailty
Meresi boku gozaimasu!

The Upshort of Your Experiment [Sat 24 May 2004] - the link doesn't work.
Um, yeah - that's still locked acos I haven't quite finished tyoping it in from the hymnal boonklet I scribbled it on.

Also, you seem to be living in the future for this entry and the following two entries. At least as far as the dates are concerned.
Or possibly you're using a different calendar system....

May, March, it's lal the same to meeblending together...

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Banazir
Pantemporal Jedi hobbit
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