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o hai [14 Jul 2010|08:50am]
so...been a while eh?

Anybody use this regular still? Should I come back? Or move on?

How have you been?
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[30 Jul 2009|01:30pm]
In that long ago post of some minutes back, I promised some pictures. I just scanned these in from my little journal on my mom's scanner which she has never used and her computer has no idea what to do with. It was like leading a blind robot child by the hand. Or something, my brain is being boiled in her computer/laundry room as the dryer makes the air...a-huhh...

Here's a quick taste just to entice you beneath the cut:


Anyways, here's the pics behind a cut, cause I'm shy...Collapse )
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[30 Jul 2009|01:28pm]
Wow, so I suck at this livejournal thing anymore. Ummm, what have I been up to?

Well, Ash and I went to Kansas City last Sun and Mon to see Neko Case play at the Uptown Theater and that was a lot of fun. Kansas City is a beautiful town.

We got a hotel downtown about a mile from the venue. We tried walking to the theater but got lost in some medical park. An hour later than we meant, we finally got into a nice artsy area. Though, I suspect there was a more bohemian area farther into town.

We got to this place called the Plaza first, but it was just one of those upscale chain outdoor mall type of things (should that have a bunch of hyphens in it?) And I just wasn't in the mood for P.F. Chang's.

We found a chic little burger house called Blanc. When we went up to read the menu, this other couple, who didn't notice us, got in the way. We heard the guy complain about it being one of those silly designer burger joints with overpriced burgers that weren't anything. But this place recently got best burger in Missouri and it was pretty fucking awesome.

Ash got a Founder's Dirty Bastard Scottish ale to go with her Mahi Mahi burger thingy. It's a really nice full bodied ale with a lot of nutty-ness but not in that overpowering way a lot of the more brown ales have anymore. It surprised us both being 8.5% alc by vol. and boy that was nice. Pretty cheap too.

The show was great. We waited outside with some other twenty- or thirty-somethings for Neko to show up and sign a bunch of stuff. We were there until about 1 in the morning and watched the bus drive off down the road. We weren't ever really sure if Neko was in the bus or in a Honda (yeah, we were scheming with some of the venue security guys to try catching her on the way out. But alas.
We didn't have any money to buy anything really, so Ash had drawn a picture of Ms. Case for her to sign. (She did painted a picture of Rilo Kiley back in high school for them to sign too. Only difference is she meet them and they signed it.)
Like I said, it was 1 in the morning and the guy that we ended up talking to most of that time offered us a ride back to our hotel. He was a nice guy, apparently a fairly successful photographer named Dan Videtich. He gave us his card with his website on it. Told us he was a photographer on the Hilary Clinton campaign, or something to do with good ol' Hil.
Jason Lytle of Grandaddy opened up the show. His stuff was pretty good, I liked it a lot better than I've liked much of Grandaddy. As we were walking into our hotel one of the guys that was playing with Lytle came out. I was still in "Find Neko" mode, so I asked him if she was staying here and he scoffed at me.

So that was fun, and we fell in love with KC, but I keep hearing stuff about it's awful weather. Though as long as it's not constantly flooded, I'm fine with tornadoes and crap. It's actually surprisingly hilly. I expected a lot more flatness.

So now we're back in Eureka trying to do whatever. I'm looking into online programs to help me get my GPA back up so I can finish college already. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I'm looking at University of Phoenix and Upper Iowa University. I'm really confused by what Phoenix offers according to their website. Too many conflicting things...I dunno. UIU looks interested and they're the "Nationally recognized leader in distance education" according to themselves? i guess.
Anyways yeah.




Also I'm learning Cantonese and Ash is learning French and we're both picking up a little of both from each other.

When I was a kid I loved Wolverine (I mean, who didn't/doesn't?). One of my favorite things about him was he was fluent in like a whole ton of languages. I decided at some point I wanted to be fluent in at least 7 myself. After taking German in high school and a little in college, I was a bit discouraged since I got almost straight Ds. I thought I just didn't have a head for languages. But then I just realized nobody knew how to teach them to me right. I like going at my pace on that kind of thing. Now I'm shooting for being passable in around 7 languages. So I'm working with podcasts pretty much exclusively right (I just started) but I'm gonna get a grammar and pronunciation book sometime soon. If I can ever find a bookstore around here that sells that kind of stuff.

Speaking of languages I've been writing in a sort of journal/sketchbook lately. It feels pretty awesome to be writing again. I just wish I could quit writing about paranoid governmental/universal conspiracy shit. But I'm also working on an epic sci-fi story and a few super-heroey stories. I'm trying to take a more deconstructionist slant on super hero stuff. Maybe if I'm lucky I can figure out a way to deconstruct the already deconstructed. I dunno, there's a difference in some of the characters I believe than I've seen in almost anything, and I've read a lot of super-hero books. Well, I guess the characters aren't so different, but their powers certainly are. Not trying to say they're something new and never before seen, but the powers are more metaphorical. As in their personalities are derived from their powers or their powers are derived from their personality.
If you'd like (or if you're even still reading) I could do some more posts on these guys. Maybe even force myself to draw more. I think I'm gonna try scanning some stuff in while I'm over here and showing them to the Internets. Or just you. 'Cause I think you're special. ;)
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[10 Jun 2009|01:18am]
so everyone's done their fucking boston tea party reenactment. Who's organizing the revolution reenactment?
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[04 Apr 2009|04:18pm]
WELL we had another new baby goat. She was a single birth and looks good and healthy.

And I got a new phone. For free. How 'bout that?

Nokia 6650. It's really neat. The fanciest phone I've ever had.

I dunno, I like new gadgets
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[02 Apr 2009|11:53am]
I don't think I'm cut out to be a livestock farmer. So far we've had 8 kids (baby goats, for those not in the know) born in the last few weeks. We've only had 2 full on survivors, one is in the kitchen right now that we're trying to nurse back to health. One of the two full survivors was a single birth, the other survivor was part of twins. I tried my hardest with her sister who had a gorgeous and unique color pattern, but we lost her. Two were born yesterday, but we lost one that evening, and the other is the one we're working on. One scrawny nanny had triplets, one of which was deformed (so I'm told, I didn't see those), and lost all of them in the night.

Goats are really only designed to have two babies at a time. More than that can be an awful strain on the mothers and rarely are the babies strong enough to handle living. If a nanny has a single birth, the chances of survival are very good.

Sometimes, if a mother is unable to produce enough milk for the twins she has, she'll ignore one to let the other suckle and be strong. If she let both suckle, there may not be enough. And sometimes, in that case, there isn't even enough for the one.
Also, if the smell is off, or if we've handle a new born too much, the mother shun and let it die.
If the nanny is a new mother, she often doesn't know what to do after the birth and the babies can suffocate because she didn't clean the amneonic sacs off their faces. New mothers have also been known to forget the newborns, accidently stomp on them, or just shun the baby anyways because they don't understand.
A mother's milk is best, but sometimes the kids don't stand up soon enough to be able to ingest it, and that also can cause a quick death.

Of course, me being me, I get attatched to the little fuckers and I'm rooting for 'em and trying my best to take care of them, but there's usually too many factors stacked against them. And like I said, a mother's milk is best, but we've often had to take kids inside to warm them up and administer milk ia baby bottle, which isn't optimum, but it can help save their lives.

Then again, there's always weird factors as well. My grandfather bought a still nursing kid that we were bottle feeding and it was fine for a while, but one morning we came outside and found it chilled to death. Sometimes you can get a nanny to adopt a different kid, but none wanted her, so we were bottle feeding her. We left her outside one night hoping the big fluffy dog might be able to keep her warm as he had taken a shine to her, but we didn't really realize his fur insulates him, but keeps the heat from escaping, thus not being able to proide enough warmth.

Anyways, I'e always had a hard time losing things and after losing just a few that I tried to save, I know I'm not cut out for this kind of farming.
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life update from the great beyond [30 Dec 2008|06:02pm]
SOOOOOOO

We've been here in Arkansas about 2 1/2 weeks. I'm really sore from working with my grandfather. We have a kitten, but he pees and poops in the wrong places too much. Not that we're going to get rid of him, but still, you know. He's an orange tabby we named Dexter.

Uuuuuhhhhhh.........

I either don't have anything else to talk about, or else I'm incapable of thinking of something else (I'm gonna go with that one) so I'll see you guys later.
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[11 Dec 2008|05:20am]
ARGGGGHHHH

I fucking hate packing! Fuck you packing! Come back sleeping!!!!
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[08 Dec 2008|08:19pm]
So, obviously my last post was about a month ago. There's several reasons for that, none I really want to get into.

However, I am being evicted from my apartment for a pretty stupid fucking reason. I'm not fighting it though, as the request to leave gives me an excellent out of this city that I can feel gnawing away at my soul.

All that said, I finally wanted to tell you internets that I'm moving to Arkansas for a while. The Girl is coming with me. We'll be living on my grandfather's farm and I'm gonna be working for him for a little while.

I'm sure when I said Arkansas you all gasped and wondered how many teeth I've lost lately. Well shame on you, prejudiced. I'm actually not moving to what I'd call Arkansas proper, but rather a small town in the Ozarks (*gasp* shut up) called Eureka Springs. Thanks to the handy magic of html, I don't have to explain the town to you like I have everyone in real life.

Sigh. I don't feel like I'm leaving a lot behind. I don't have many connections left in Atlanta, and there's really nothing left that I'd like to do. I mean, there's not even take-out I want here anymore. Everything is changing and everyone's leaving. So I'll be on my way as well.

Being out in the country is going to give me enough time to properly focus on my art and myself. So look out internets, I'll probably be coming back with a vengeance. I'm sure you're all looking forward to that.
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[08 Oct 2008|10:57pm]
Another reason I wanna move to Portland:

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AHAHAHAH!!!!!!! [21 Sep 2008|09:00pm]
Holy shit, the Girl just called me to tell me Skip Williamson is at the bar where she works.



WHAT THE FUCK







resume regularly scheduled surfing.
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JapMuFest* [20 Sep 2008|10:25pm]
What the hell? I'm surprised I'm still around too.

Enough of that nonsense.


Last night the Girl and I went out to a show fulla Japanese bands. It's Anime Weekend Atlanta this weekend so I suppose that's where they all came from. The bands I saw:

The Captains (from Japan)-

Very theatrical and energetic band. Like all of 'em last night, got the crowd into real good. Loads of fun live. They do this song pretty much identical to this video each time.

The Quaff-

Came into the show during these guys' set. Not bad, but not really my scene musically. They all had very interesting hair that I could look down on 'cause they are all short.

The Emeralds-

Probably the most boring act all night. I didn't catch much of it though. Not to say that these guys aren't good, they certainly have a following to argue that. But with the insane theatrics of almost every other band, they were like the seventh inning straight.

Peelander Z-

These guys were a show. Not much in the way of real musicality, but whole heaps of fun. During this song ("Mad Tiger") they handed out hubcaps or something and drum sticks to all the kids so they could make noise along. They brought a shit load of them on the tiny Drunken Unicorn stage and handed over their instruments even. Just noise at that point, but certainly fun. They all came out wearing wigs, but Peelander Yellow grabbed hold of one of the low rafters and drop kicked Peelander Red's wig right off, also dropping his own wig in the process. Peelander Green later climbed on the same rafter and shimmied out over the crowd falling onto the crowd to be surfed back to the front. What a hoot.

The main reason we went, and the main reason for this surely asinine post, is this group: TsuShiMaMiRe-

-Brain Shortcake


-Air Control Remote Control


-Tea-Time Ska


-i don't know what this is

These chicks had the best energy of the night. I could not stop dancing to their punky licks and frenetic antics. Ash drove them to Chattanooga and back about a year ago and got to be pretty good friends with them. They're all nice and sweet, but I feel like I'm back in '82 at CBGBs or sommat.
Fun moment number one came from Mari, the guitarist and lead singer, as she tried to mount her moniter, failing and falling back, she went ahead and started the song on her back anyways.
Yeyoeh, the bassist whose name I can't for the life of me figure out how to romanize, was fucking pushing it all night. I was expecting to get kicked in the head by her, but Mari managed to it a few times as she was crowd surfing. I should say crowd floating. All the nerds from AWA obviously hadn't done such a thing before and were very bad at it.
APPEARENTLY the girls made a couple of tracks for the Powerpuff Girls show. Which were far and away better than any pop song I've heard on Cartoon Network in a very long time, especially the cut for Mojojojo. You should check those out in your spare time.

UNO MAS!

-Ebihara Shinji




*lookit me smashin' words like cars.
**Anybody aching for a life update? too bad, maybe later. I'm tired and full of bad typing.
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[25 Jul 2008|10:31pm]
I just realized the internet has no idea that I somehow lost twenty pounds. I need dust off the old camera and give you show.


also, is it weird for me to be so moved by this?


(journey to the west is a favorite of mine. and on that note, anyone have any leads on good adaptations of journey to the west on film? I've never seen a good or true version of it, I'd love to though, and you, yes you dear reader, can help)
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missing persons [12 Jul 2008|08:52pm]
(I'm sectionalizing these posts it seems. I'm trying to work on my focus, and I wonder if this will help. Instead of a big long post just focusing on a few things at once with a central theme. No mas higgildy piggildy posting. Unless I feel like it.)

The post about One Step Beyond got me thinking about Brandon, my former co-host, roommate, present friend and world saver. He went to Mongolia with the Peace Core at the end of May. I realize now he was my best male friend in the city.

We met at GSU the first semester we both transferred there. He's two years older than me, but had lapsed out of school earlier in his twenties and was trying to finish it. We had three classes together that first semester, he said he remembered me as that annoying kid that would come in early to PR and bug him while he was trying to do his homework. I was bored and he was captive.

I thought of him as a sort of awkward linebacker. Though just that once.

We talked about girls, movies, music, mythology, comics, books, philosophy, just all kinds of shit you want to be able to talk to someone about; and it was easy, candid and natural from the start. We shared our mutual interest in music and the school's prestigious radio station. We decided once we were eligible, to apply for the station. We both went to the office and filled out our forms there. We were at the station for roughly the same time. After another semester he resurrected the on-hiatus ska show and I weaseled my way into a co-host position.

We were pretty damn good at banter; though we succumbed to late night/early morning tomfoolery as easy as the next DJ.

Brandon and I eventually became roommates which entered money into the equation, and god knows how good I am with money, you see where I'm going? Our friendship became strained for a variety of reasons other than my debt to him; none of which I'll go into right now. I'm sorry for the things I did and bullshit I shoveled and I'm sure he is too. At least in my fantasies.

Right now he's in Mongolia learning a crazy language, eating exotic, enviable food, learning ancient wisdom, not showering, and going to the black market; all the while teaching English to those that need it, want it, have to have it.

I miss my buddy and I hope he's doing alright in that apparently friendly, beautiful, serene place.

I need to figure out something to send his way, but it's to think of something good for someone in the middle of nowhere. Even if he has suggested things.

Did we ever figure out if holes to China work?
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[12 Jul 2008|07:20pm]
gdwessel posted Madness's "One Step Beyond" video. That was the theme for One Step Beyond, the weekly ska show Brandon and I hosted for nearly two years. (fuck, that actually seems like a long time now. shit, and that was really two years ago, almost)

One Step Beyond was the name and theme for that show for as far back as I can remember, though I only started listening earnestly sophomore year (i think, maybe earlier or later) of high school.

That's when Kimberdoo hosted. The host prior to her was either Jez or Kim's brother Blake. Jez left a shit load of CDs at the station. It's staggering her collection. Most of the CDs we inherited with the show have her name stamped on it somewhere.

She called the show now and then, but never wanted them back.

Blake is Kim's older brother who graduated with a film degree from GSU. He works in a film collective with another guy I know. I'd like to get in on that, but I don't really know how not to make a pest of myself in these sort of situations.

Kim has a younger brother called Luke. Luke and I were friends in high school. He told me thank you once, for getting him into comics. I'm infectious like that. He had a not-quite-two-foot-tall blue-green mohawk in high school that he only stood up with Elmer's glue.

I think either Jez or Blake or both started the ska show, but that was before I started listening. The first show I became obbsessed with on WRAS was Nippon Music Champ, a show obviously devoted to all music Japanese. Oddly enough, I became pretty good friends with the host b-chan, aka Briana.

She also co-hosted the movie soundtrack show, Nitrate Eighty-Eight that I listened to every Friday after work.

I just realized ska was the first music that ever made me want to dance in public. If you knew me like I know me, you'd know that's a big deal.

This is probably my favorite ska song ever: The Blues Busters-I Don't Know






to be continued...
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[29 Jun 2008|12:44am]
Attn:Stupid Bitches Coming Home from "Charity Events"

Please die before you procreate. We're really trying to weed you out.



More on the particulars of this particular cunt later.
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[28 Jun 2008|11:38pm]
I'm bored and I'm tired, so here's a thing I got from the once again internet present [info]vonandmoggy.

The Big Read reckons that the average adult has only read 6 of the top 100 books they've printed. Well let's see.

1) Look at the list and bold those you have read.
2) Italicize those you intend to read.
3) Underline (or put an asterix next to...) the books you LOVE.
4) Reprint this list in your own LJ so we can try and track down these people who've only read 6 and force books upon them.

1. Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen
2. The Lord of the Rings - J.R.R. Tolkien
3. Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
4. Harry Potter series - J.K. Rowling
5. To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee
6. The Bible
7. Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte
8. Nineteen Eighty Four - George Orwell
9. His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman
10. Great Expectations - Charles Dickens
11. Little Women - Louisa M Alcott

12. Tess of the D'Urbervilles - Thomas Hardy----(Not this one, but I have read other stuff from him)
13. Catch 22 - Joseph Heller
14. The Complete Works of Shakespeare
15. Rebecca - Daphne Du Maurier
16. The Hobbit - J.R.R. Tolkien
17. Birdsong - Sebastian Faulks
18. Catcher in the Rye - JD Salinger
19. The Time Traveller's Wife - Audrey Niffenegger
20. Middlemarch - George Eliot
21. Gone With The Wind - Margaret Mitchell
22. The Great Gatsby - F Scott Fitzgerald
23. Bleak House - Charles Dickens
24. War and Peace - Leo Tolstoy
25. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams
26. Brideshead Revisited - Evelyn Waugh
27. Crime and Punishment - Fyodor Dostoyevsky
28. Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck

29. Alice in Wonderland - Lewis Carroll
30. The Wind in the Willows - Kenneth Grahame
31. Anna Karenina - Leo Tolstoy
32. David Copperfield - Charles Dickens
33. The Chronicles of Narnia - C.S. Lewis
34. Emma - Jane Austen
35. Persuasion - Jane Austen
36. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe - C.S. Lewis (Is this not the same thing as 33?)
37. The Kite Runner - Khaled Hosseini
38. Captain Corelli's Mandolin - Louis De Bernieres
39. Memoirs of a Geisha - Arthur Golden
40. Winnie the Pooh - A.A. Milne
41. Animal Farm - George Orwell
42. The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown (hated it)
43. One Hundred Years of Solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
44. A Prayer for Owen Meaney - John Irving
45. The Woman in White - Wilkie Collins
46. Anne of Green Gables - LM Montgomery
47. Far From The Madding Crowd - Thomas Hardy
48. The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood
49. Lord of the Flies - William Golding
50. Atonement - Ian McEwan
51. Life of Pi - Yann Martel
52. Dune - Frank Herbert
53. Cold Comfort Farm - Stella Gibbons
54. Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen
55. A Suitable Boy - Vikram Seth
56. The Shadow of the Wind - Carlos Ruiz Zafon
57. A Tale Of Two Cities - Charles Dickens
58. Brave New World - Aldous Huxley
59. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time - Mark Haddon
60. Love In The Time Of Cholera - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
61. Of Mice and Men - John Steinbeck
62. Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov
63. The Secret History - Donna Tartt
64. The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold
65. Count of Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas
66. On The Road - Jack Kerouac
67. Jude the Obscure - Thomas Hardy
68. Bridget Jones' Diary - Helen Fielding
69. Midnight's Children - Salman Rushdie
70. Moby Dick - Herman Melville
71. Oliver Twist - Charles Dickens

72. Dracula - Bram Stoker
73. The Secret Garden - Frances Hodgson Burnett
74. Notes From A Small Island - Bill Bryson
75. Ulysses - James Joyce
76. The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath

77. Swallows and Amazons - Arthur Ransome
78. Germinal - Emile Zola
79. Vanity Fair - William Makepeace Thackeray
80. Possession - A.S. Byatt
81. A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens
82. Cloud Atlas - David Mitchell
83. The Color Purple - Alice Walker
84. The Remains of the Day - Kazuo Ishiguro
85. Madame Bovary - Gustave Flaubert
86. A Fine Balance - Rohinton Mistry
87. Charlotte's Web - E.B. White
88. The Five People You Meet In Heaven - Mitch Albom
89. Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Some of them at least)
90. The Faraway Tree Collection - Enid Blyton
91. Heart of Darkness - Joseph Conrad
92. The Little Prince - Antoine De Saint-Exupery
93. The Wasp Factory - Iain Banks
94. Watership Down - Richard Adams
95. A Confederacy of Dunces - John Kennedy Toole
96. A Town Like Alice - Nevil Shute
97. The Three Musketeers - Alexandre Dumas
98. Hamlet - William Shakespeare
99. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Roald Dahl

100. Les Miserables - Victor Hugo

So at last count, I've got 40. I suppose that's better than 6. I'm not that good at math though.
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[21 Jun 2008|04:41pm]
Does it bother any else that in MSN's Top 4 Recession Proof Jobs Pharmacy is listed, but the job necessary for prescribing is oddly absent? Are we going to be doctoring ourselves and choosing our own drugs soon? I mean, I guess I agree with that, but I also subscribe to "a little bit of knowledge is dangerous" sort of view. I suppose I'm worried about the idiots that are sure they know what to do, but obviously are quite wrong. And then I think, would the world be better off with them still here?

And then I decide not to think like that.
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[13 Jun 2008|10:36pm]
My 19 (20?) year old cousin just put on a real production of Hamlet with some of his buddies.

I didn't see it, but I have seen most of the people in another production of Hamlet that was fucking amazing.

I don't really have anything else to say at the moment. I've been drawin' and doodlin' when I'm not picking up shit and yelling at dogs; so hopefully I'll either have them scanned or photographed soon. I broke my camera sort of, and now it eats batteries like buttery popcorn. I dunno, I might get bored later and wrassle wif it.
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[07 Jun 2008|12:23am]
Just saw Kung-fu Panda which was not wholly disappointing. There was a serious detachment in Jack Black's voice over work, the other big names(Hoffman, Jolie, Cross, Liu(not that Liu)) did really well. The cinematography had a lot of little in jokes and throw backs to classic kung-fu flicks like fast zooms and an over abundance of slo-mo which wasn't as annoying as one might think.
The message of the film was good and not as cheesy as I had expected and still fell into martial arts doctrine (whatever that is); at least more than I had hoped. I mean, it is a kids movie.
I was a little disappointed with the actual kung-fu; when you could see it, it was mostly wushu. I found the lack of Shaolin styles to be puzzling. Here's a movie that talks like the critters created kung-fu, which would be a pretty obvious plot device, and yet none of the animals exhibited their own style (you snake doing snake style, crane doing crane style and so on) it was just normal everyday wushu. I'm not complaining, just pointing out my perplexion.
I thought the naming of the master Shifu was a nice little tidbit for kiddies to discover. (As in the Chinese word for master is Sifu or Shifu) What I don't know is what animal Shifu was. I'm betting on Red Panda, but he looked like a fennec fox. I dunno, he was cute.)
Probably one of my favorite parts was the turtle master Oogway. And really as much for the animation and look of him than anything else. The animation in the movie was phenominal, top notch awesome. Just a beautiful, scenic movie all around.

I don't really know what else to say about it. It didn't suck, it was fun, but it didn't have a lot else going for it.
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