Monday, September 05, 2005

4 fish

first fish: there's something terribly final about the last toasted marshmallows of the summer.

second fish: why are all the damn-the-spam word verification thingies horribly typer un-friendly?
does that make sense?

third fish: a couple weeks ago, i caught an old-as-i-am episode of Reading Rainbow, & wondered if they'd ever thought of updating/redoing it. & lo, this afternoon's meanderings proved that they have. it was all hi-fi & whatnot, with Lavar Burton going all CGI & crazy maps & poetry & stuff. & a bit of propoganda to boot.

fourth fish: i love Eddie Izzard. i really do. i watched Definite Article this weekend & reminded myself of that fact. (please note: DVD link not region 1, e.g. if you live in the US don't buy it.)


eddie izzard.

16 little fish:

Blogger Kelley Bell swam up to say...

This pic rocks!

Im writing an essay about how the wicked step mother in the old fairy tales actually is a parable for The "Mother Church".

If thats so, and the Goddess is real, then I am quite sure that Eddie has captured her current vibe.

LOL

10:37 PM  
Blogger LiVEwiRe swam up to say...

I agree that some of the word verification things are a bit ridiculous. As far as Eddie - several of my coworkers love him but I'm slow to catch on and have no idea who he is. Looks pretty good in the gown, though.

10:43 PM  
Blogger jenn see swam up to say...

livewire: you must investigate. i will send eddie things to wheresoever you are if necessary.

ms bell: there's not much churchlike about eddie izzard, except for the mockery, but if he's the Mother Goddess, i'm in.

10:47 PM  
Blogger theleftsock swam up to say...

where did you get a copy of definite article from? i havent even started to look for it yet, but im curious as to who had it.

12:28 AM  
Blogger transience swam up to say...

marshmallows, like summer, always end too soon. and if i could come up with the word verification thingies, i'd come up with actual words, funny words that do not bear contemplating. like, erm, lemonsnicketty?

1:38 AM  
Blogger anne swam up to say...

Ooh, Eddie Izzard. Happy.
As for the DVD, you can make your DVD player region-free.

3:27 AM  
Blogger Fence swam up to say...

Region-ified dvds are evil. Pure and simple. Luckily most players sold here now are region-free, but what happens when the *new and improved* technology replaces dvds and we have to update all our collections all over again.

As for Eddie Izzard, genius. But I haven't seen enough yet.

5:53 AM  
Blogger Carl V. swam up to say...

Oh Fence, don't get me started on that!!!

I would occasionally catch episodes of Reading Rainbow when my daughter was growing up and I always thought it was a well done show and a great idea. Anything that encourages reading among children is a plus in my book.

10:11 AM  
Blogger the wheel swam up to say...

HAH! I used to watch reading rainbow all the time when I was a kid. Looking back on it, I sometimes find Lavar Burton to be a bit creepy, and perhaps not the type of person I'd leave my child alone with (if I had a child, that is). Maybe I'm wrong, but he's definitely a weird dude.

8:05 PM  
Blogger jenn see swam up to say...

sock: er, best buy i think. i would buy them right from the hands of eddie izzard himself, though, if he wasn't all the way over there in England.

transcience: exactly why they should have a mischievous little pixie in the server coming up with that sort of thing.

anne: always makes me happy too. though i wish i had Dressed to Kill. or had seen his new one.

fence: the DVD player's an old one, & it isn't even mine. so for a time i must accept certain regional boundaries graciously.

carl v: i loved Reading Rainbow. i was a nerd through & through, from day one, i think.

skrambled: Lavar Burton is definitely a strange one, even without the Star Trek eye-thingie overtones. the one i caught was a new one, & he's still a little weird. i guess you have to be to do a kids show.

11:37 AM  
Blogger oldben swam up to say...

look at me! i'm a frickin' blueberry!

12:06 PM  
Blogger jenn see swam up to say...

er, what? what are you, a Violet Beauregarde in disguise?

12:27 PM  
Blogger Daniel Heath swam up to say...

" there's something terribly final about the last toasted marshmallows of the summer."

that's the first line of something.

maybe not something that's any good, but it's a good first line all the same.

7:45 PM  
Blogger jenn see swam up to say...

really? it seems melodramatic to me. i mean, i was being melodramatic on purpose. sort of.

it's almost Victorian, if there were anything at all Victorian about marshmallows.

3:06 PM  
Blogger tescosuicide swam up to say...

Any DVD player now is region 0... even the $50 ones. I LOVE Eddie Izzard!!! We saw him at the Merriam (last November?)... time... horrible thing. Anyway, his show absolutely ruled. If you get an opportunity GO - no matter how much it costs.

9:28 PM  
Blogger jenn see swam up to say...

ooh, saw him live? he's one of very few stand-up comedians that i'd actually go see eagerly.

what show did you see? was it Sexy (or is it Sexie?) or a new one?

3:12 PM  

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