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    Re: General KP Thread 13: The 2012 Edition

    Been away from this forum for quite some time ... glad to see it still has some life in it.

    Doctor Who, a series that I have just recently gotten into, reminded me of Kim and, specifically, Ron. ...
  2. Trust (1990)

    Watching Hal Hartley's great early nineties "romantic comedy." I'm not sure if the seeds for my decade-long boycott of broadcast television were planted by my first viewing of this film or not.
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    Sticky: "Kim Possible: The End" Chapters 22 and 23

    After an eleven-month hiatus I have finally posted two new chapters to "Kim Possible: The End."

    If any of its readers are still out there, they can click the link below. ;)
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    Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind: Manga

    Just completed all seven volumes of Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind. Very, very good. Although Miyazaki completed the movie in 1984, it took him ten years to finish the "comic book" series. ...
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    The Unnameable

    Okay, it is on to the final book in Beckett's so-called trilogy, The Unnameable.

    Like most of his books, there is no plot to get in the way of the story.

    Here's an illuminating little sample:...
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    Malone Dies

    Almost finished with Beckett's novel about of a guy sitting in bed, waiting to pass on. To pass the time, he tells himself stories. Obviously, not a beach book.

    Yet, Malone's stories do include...
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    Nausicaa of the Value of the Wind

    Watched one of Miyazaki's earliest films yesterday morning. I remember seeing a brief clip on TV back in the late '80's. Out of context, the scenes didn't do much for me--too violent.

    However, I...
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    Fantastic News!

    Fantastic News!
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    Heaven's Gate

    I just finished watching the notorious Heaven's Gate (1980). No where near as bad as its reputation suggests. That said, it is not a misunderstood masterpiece. It's a bit of a mess. There are...
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    Final Cut by Steven Bach

    Just began this book about the making of Heaven's Gate, the biggest flop (financially, at least) in movie history.
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    Inglourious Basterds

    My wife gave me this movie for our anniversary. Didn't see it in the theater (but, then again, I haven't seen anything in the theater since 2001's Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back -- nothing since has...
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    DDR - Disney Channel Edition

    My daughters recently started playing the Disney Channel Edition of Dance Dance Revolution. Kim is one of the characters you can select. Since she is the only cartoon member of the game's cast, she...
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    The March by E.L. Doctorow

    Just began this novel about General Sherman's "March to the Sea" during the Civil War. Being born and raised in the South, the topic holds more than a passing interest for me.

    Only one hundred...
  14. Thread: Fan Fiction

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    Sticky: There Will Be Blood - Chapter 15

    Well, sixteen months after I began what was supposed to be a quick easy tale, I have finally posted the very last chapter of "There Will Be Blood."

    For any of readers who still remember the story,...
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    Currently, I'm reading four books. ...

    Currently, I'm reading four books.

    Three-quarters of the way through David Blight's Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory.

    About half-way through James Loewen's Sundown Towns -- a...
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    Certainly not with her dad standing there. ...

    You know, I wondered the same thing when I first saw that episode.... ;)

    I suppose she could've compromised and went in her skivvies...[/QUOTE]

    Certainly not with her dad standing there. ...
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    Importantly, there is a distinction between...

    Importantly, there is a distinction between Chick-lit and Romance.

    Chick-lit usually concern a female character and her relationships with other women. It can include a romantic element with a...
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    Thanks for the post Fireand'chutes77! I...

    Thanks for the post Fireand'chutes77! I especially like the inverse color-scheme on Shego's first outfit. And the KP-style suit for her is hilarious.

    However, I do not believe these are all the...
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    Just finished the Beckett biography. Now I'm...

    Just finished the Beckett biography.

    Now I'm beginning David Blight's Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory. I became intrigued with his work after watching all twenty-seven of his...
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    Well, I have a link that will tell you where they...

    Well, I have a link that will tell you where they all are if you're interested. ;)
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    Kim Possible PS2 ~ What's the Switch?

    We recently upgraded to the "new" PS2 gaming system. I may be behind the times because I still think the original PS system my wife and I bought back in 1999 is pretty cool.

    Anyway, I scored a...
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    Watched Outsourced last night. I had seen Ayesha...

    Watched Outsourced last night. I had seen Ayesha Dharker in The Terrorist (great movie with an unfortunate title) and was delighted to see that she was in another mainstream movie (apart form her 30...
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    Currently, I'm about half-way through James...

    Currently, I'm about half-way through James Knowlson's biography of Samuel Beckett, Damned to Fame.

    Since I named my daughter after the guy, I might as well find out who he is. ;)
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    Cecil Taylor

    Listening to his Jazz Advance album which I picked up from the Bedford Library three days ago. Like Ornette Coleman, the first listen was kinda jarring, yet I find myself returning to it again and...
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    Neil Young's song "Everbody Knows This is...

    Neil Young's song "Everbody Knows This is Nowhere." For whatever reason, I picture Ron at Yamanouchi whenever I listen to the lyrics.
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