Once Upon an Otter New York, NY
Photo By: Chloe Rice
Star Trek kind of stalked my childhood. So much like the way they tell you to treat strangers and hecklers, I didn’t pay much attention to it.
Star Trek: The animated Series, was always on the tail end of the fun cartoons that Nickelodeon used to play on the weekends so I always thought they played this boring cartoon to motivate kids to get outside and stop watching TV. If it was the test, it worked for me.
When I watched UPN, Star Trek: Voyager was always on the tail end of some programs that were being directed to ladies between the ages of 17 and 29.
There was about a week of my life where I tried to watch Star Trek TNG with full dedication. I was young and the guy from Reading Rainbow was on it. Thats all I needed to know. But I couldn’t follow the intergaltic soap opera, shortly gave up, and figured out how to get the most use out of my Nerf guns instead.
After seeing Star Trek in Imax, the other day, I’m pretty sure I’m ready to re watch it from the start. Mentally prepared with favoritism toward its characters and plots. It was that good.
(With the exception of the most recent Batman movie) Have you ever heard of a remake of a cult classic being remade, and NOT getting shit from its following about the inconsistencies? I needed no review to decide if this movie was worth seeing. I just had to hear my trekkie friends say it got the seal of approval.
As if the man needed it, but J.J. Abrams has just restarted an entire franchise! He’s gained the interest of non trekkies and reignited the flame of the die hard fans. Not to mention, opened up an array of new roles for actors like Harlod from Harold & Kumar, the broad from the Britney Spears classic Crossroads, Simon Pegg who was pretty perfect for the role, and the son from my once favorite canceled show Huff. He’s already working on another one to come out in 2011.
Although I have no complaints about this movie that rightfully engaged my interest with a space western appeal and just enough humor to not be considered a complete mockery, I hope the next one is even more about its moral and scientific quandaries.
and just imagine what this is like when you take the ring finger of of this hand gesture.
Photo (and doll) By: Chloe Rice
Don’t let yourself be fooled by their powerful roles and big glasses. Famous chicks are just as ridiculous as regular chicks. They play hard to get, but its really just about how you approach them that lets you get what you want.
Celebrities have think they have higher standards than the average citizen. You can ‘t just ask an actress to take of her top so that you can take photos, like you can do on a Friday night at a college campus. You apparently have to use terms like ‘artistic’. Which really just means black and white.
Yep. Sometimes all you need is a little desaturation, to see some acting areola.
If you’re not interested in seeing nudity, theres this. A compilation of pin up recreations. Its cute, but I got bored about half way though.
Andrew, my friend told me you hit on her at a bar in NYC. Her name was Leslie and she said you smelled really bad. Is this true?
asked by dillweed on Saturday, April 3, 2004
Dear Dillweed, You’re right, I did hit on her. I hit on her all night until she was bloody and smashed beyond recognition. Right when I got into the bar I walked right up to her and hit her right on the head and then I hit her in the stomach and smashed a beer bottle in her teeth and then I hit her elbows together so that they cracked and splintered. But that was only the very begining – I put on some construction gloves and grabbed her face and crunched it as I hard as I could so that the skin got all torn and scraped off – then I took a chair and put the leg of the chair on her stomach and then jumped on top of it so that it impaled her through the guts. I then got a brick in one hand and a hammer in the other and started hitting her in the face again and again and again. I was pretty exhausted after all that and I was dripping with sweat – that’s probably why she said I smelled bad. It was a hard time.
Your friend, Andrew W.K.