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  1. I hadn't interacted with him too much- a bit here and there in the RP, and more so in recent years through chatting about the site in general. He was always friendly, polite, and easy going in our interactions. He was a steady presence here, and while I'd been removed from here for a while, I understood he was keeping things running behind the scenes, helping bind this community together. His loss will be felt and his presence missed. My heartfelt sympathy and prayers go out to his family, friends, and other loved ones.
  2. It's the 1950s! Durandal, you need to get back to 1985!
  3. Had a chance to see Episode VIII this evening. Overall liked it quite a bit. Currently, ordering of the films in terms of favorite to least is as follows: 5>4>6>8>7>3>2>1 A few thoughts, and yes, these are very spoilery, so be warned:
  4. This particular game's debuted and made the news recently, though in a very not so good way due to it's microtransactions being cast as both gambling and pay-to-win. Curious if any of our dual gamers and Star Wars fans have played it and what their thoughts are so far.
  5. They are bringing it back and it is a glorious, glorious thing! It looks to be a TV movie that presumably picks right up where Season 4 left off in the 21st century.
  6. Interested in trying something of a tournament of sorts, a kind of alias rundown. A ladder of my aliases against another RPer's aliases (Or maybe a tag team). Judges TBD, but if an RPer gets defeated, another can jump in at the same place. Have something fun in mind for Duel #6, though that opponent shall remain a surprise (SNK fighting game fans may have an inkling). 1) fuzzy_ewok (2 post duel). Location: Forest Moon of Endor. 2) Ganelon of Seneferia (2 post duel). Location: Golden Link Casino 3) Cyrion [KVC's protocol droid] (3 post duel) Location: Midsengard 4) Vladimir Faust (3 post duel) Location: Coruscant Memorial, Upper Chapel 5) Malin Kyrell (3 post duel) Location: Jedi Temple, Coruscant 6) ???????? (3 post duel?) Location: ???? Any takers?
  7. My results: INTP-T (Logician) I (Introvert) - 61% N (Intutitive) - 73% T (Thinking-) - 65% P (Prospecting) - 55% T (Turbulent) - 53% No surprises since the last time I took this, though my Introvert levels have dropped over the past few years.
  8. Not sure I feel old. I realize it's been over 15 years since I joined the board, which is kind of amazing to me. In that time, I've gotten a couple of degrees, a professional license, established myself fairly well in my current career (Yay for Customer Service and Finance) and am happily married with no kids, but two cats and a rabbit. Wondering if our decision not to have kids has contributed in part to that feeling of having "faked" growing up and old. I work my butt off on the job, but once off the clock and with the usual domestics chores cared for, I can usually cut loose. Almost all of my friends from high school are married, as are a couple of my good friends from college, and have kids or are having them on the way in the near future. No regrets with that decision, but it is one thing that I've noticed has set me apart from most of my old friends as well as co-workers. Also, Rijos, seconding the welcome back.
  9. So, realized there hasn't been much discussion since the official came out. All in all, I remember being underwhelmed when I first saw it, but on a repeated viewing, it's grown on me. I'm hoping we'll see more epic space fights in this one, as well as more of the Knights of Ren, both of which the trailer seems to promise delivering.
  10. Suspecting we'll be seeing a force ghost of Anakin in the movie based on that bit of dialogue. That suspicion aside, I can able to admit the trailer made me giddy with excitement. There's two movies I'll be absolutely seeing in the theaters this year, and this will be the second one (the other being the Avengers: Age of Ultron).
  11. While not a book, have the highest recommendations for the movie GATTACA for a very dystopian look at where the value placed on genetics and genetic engineering could lead us.
  12. The fact that it's 20th Century Fox listed for Ep IV has me hopeful of being able to obtain the non-Special Edition versions of the OT. If that's the case, I think it's a lot more viable, though I'm still the type that would prefer to have these on a Blu-Ray or DVD.
  13. Finally saw The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, thirteen years to the day after I saw Fellowship of the Ring on its opening day (and had the fortune to just turn 18 at the time). 13 years later, I'm now 31 as of today, and the franchise has come full circle. In some ways stronger than the others since most of the plot's been driven out already, and all that's left is a few battles to wrap things up. The non-battle parts felt a bit rushed, particularly the ending, but there were a few things that were truly enjoyable. Some of the Laketown characters were enjoyable- particularly Alfred, the Master's unibrowed servant stood out adding some much needed levity to the film, and Galadriel, Elrond, and Saruman share a single scene that I thought could have been done a touch better, but was still fun to watch. The tagline for the movie read, returning to Middle Earth one last time, and it literally does bring things full circle by leading into the opening of Fellowship. For the high marks that LotR gave, the Hobbit was, per my assessment, a story of recapturing lost gold and lost glory that fell short- both for Thorin and New Line Cinema. Glad I saw it, but I think future journeys back into Middle Earth will be from the books, or the extended cuts of LotR.
  14. Everything I needed to know about child discipline, I learned from Maddox. http://www.thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=beat
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