Monday, June 26, 2006

Go on, click it. Don't say I didn't warn ya! ;)

Chaos Warriors in North America!

I doubt this will have much historical accuracy, but it looks pretty bad ass. ;)

Saturday, June 24, 2006

Dragonlance Animated Movie

Most of you know that I'm a big Dragonlance fan. When I heard about an animated movie in the works I was pretty damn excited. I don't know how many times I've wished for something like this since running the War of the Lance modules with Tim Hannon when we were kids. The latest tidbit I found is that Lucy Lawless is voicing Goldmoon. Hm. Ok. Get the Xena-geeks into it, sure. Then, I read this:

From the Lawless Ink:

"I just did the voice of an animated cartoon for Paramount, called Dragonlance. Obviously it's a fantasy story, with gods and monsters -- (no lesbian subtext). I never felt I nailed animated performance before, so wanted to get a handle on it.

I played a character called "Goldmoon," a Native American. We played around with accents awhile. I didn't know she was Native A till I got there and so didn't have time to research the accent (not many of those where I come from). More staccato! More commanding! More warm! Less disjointed! . . . Ummm, do you just want me to do Xena? Ahh, yes! That's it, do Xena! The voice is perfect! So warm, so commanding, so . . . yeah, yeah, let's get on with it.

It was actually really fun. At last I have done something my friends can actually watch. My son is gratified that I am not playing a bad guy. He can't stand me going to BSG every day to be mean to humans.

Oh well, it's a living!

When the fuck did the Native AMERICANS move to the continent of Ansalon. Fuck. How bad did they screw this shit up?? I'm hoping she was just too retarded to realize that the character she was voicing wasn't actually a Native American.

Well, at least she cleared up for us the fact that it will be an ANIMATED cartoon.


Thursday, June 22, 2006

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Mythos Art Book

I'm definitely grabbing a copy of this!

"Chaos isn't the devil! Chaos is custard falling from the sky!"


EDIT: Embedy-Embedy. :)

Family Guy at Harvard

At Harvard no less...

EDIT: for embedding

Remining portions can be found here, here, and here.

Sunday, June 18, 2006

St. Anger Tribute

This one is for Rod. The link to the song is on the right. Enjoy.

Germans Kick Ass

German Forklift Safety Film.

This one has been around for a while, but it's classic. Well, Rod will appreciate it anyway. ;)

Probably not one for the kids.

Two new links added

I just added two new links to the sidebar. The Hypertext d20 SRD has all the current rules for d20 games, except for actual character creation, and the PCGen page has an open-source character generator that contains a ton of detail.


Friday, June 16, 2006

Hear the Lamentations of the Women! Again!

The mention of the original Howard stories as reference is reassuring.

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Shatner Sings to Lucas

Again, I am speechless ....

Favorite line: "Live long ... you've prospered enough!"

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Monday, June 12, 2006

Transformers CGI Test

I'm not a Transformers fan, but this is pretty cool nonetheless.

Fuck Rambo

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Entry Level Wargaming

I've been eyeing this game for a while. $25 gets you a small army and the rules. The sets can be found for under $20 on Ebay and other online retailers. Could be fun. And at that scale you can get two games going easily on one table.

Thursday, June 08, 2006

Movie Night Moving?? Multiple Movie Night??

So, I have been thinking of adding a day to the movie night schedule... mondays as well thursdays.

Every Monday night, every Thursday night.

I know a lot of people have plans... especially with Thursday in the Square going on thru the summer.

The time is still the same.
My house at 8:00, movies start at 8:30.

I am thinking of some lighter fare for the next movie night... possibly "Dead and Breakfast".

The more the merrier - so invite you friends, family, co-workers... strippers...

I have a couch that can comfortably seat 3 (well, two and a half anyway), a comfy chair, some folding chairs, and I can move the coffee table if I need to and get some big beanbag chairs for the floor. The strippers can sit on my lap...

I usually have a variety of pepsi products and a beer or twon on hand - but I have no problems with someone bringing booze, pop, or food.

I have movies and a subscription to Netflix... so I will take requests.

Weekly Movie Night

Hey Kids,

There is nothing like sitting down to a nice art film after a hard days work.

So, I present the Weekly Movie Night.

Every Thursday at 8pm - Showtime to begin around 8:30.

Depending on how it goes in the first few weeks, this may become a permanent feature. My house, Thursdays, 8pm... what could go wrong.

This weeks feature:

"Demonia" - Lucio Fulci, 1990
In southeast Sicily, a team of archaeologists investagate the ruins of a crypt where heretic nuns had been stoned and crucified by the village people in the 16th century. Soon strange things begin to happen, and Liza, one of the team members, starts to have surreal dreams about the nuns. Then the graphic violence begins, starting with a decapitaion! The answers lie in the ancient crypt of the nuns...

Monday, June 05, 2006

Family guy

Ok - so this one made Tim laugh..... and Erin wanted to watch it again

Sunday, June 04, 2006

Friday, June 02, 2006

Thursday, June 01, 2006