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Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: LadyLaurel on Oct 05, 05, 01:57:07 pm CDT
this looks cool

http://www.scifi.com/dnd/
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Curben on Oct 05, 05, 05:39:19 pm CDT
well i dont see a wayans associated so it has hope
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Knight Hospitaller on Oct 05, 05, 07:55:50 pm CDT
I've seen it. It is FAR superior to the first.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Pathos on Oct 05, 05, 08:08:18 pm CDT
Quote from: "Knight Hospitaller"
I've seen it. It is FAR superior to the first.

That means it's the SECOND worst movie ever.

 8)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Knight Hospitaller on Oct 05, 05, 08:18:36 pm CDT
put it this way. in my opinion its worth the rent.
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Post by: warlock on Oct 06, 05, 07:32:29 am CDT
KH why did you change your pic. Looks like you have given into peer pressure. And did you go blonde?
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Post by: Knight Hospitaller on Oct 06, 05, 09:56:59 am CDT
nope not peer pressure. I just last week finished that hauberk and wanted to show it off.

Its not blonde its grey. I'm an old dude.
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Post by: Hallertauer on Oct 06, 05, 10:51:51 am CDT
How long did it take you to do that?  What is it made of looks nice but the pic is small. How about a close up of the detail?
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Pathos on Oct 06, 05, 10:52:56 am CDT
Quote from: "Knight Hospitaller"
nope not peer pressure. I just last week finished that hauberk and wanted to show it off.

Not sure I'd call that showing off.

A warning more like.

 8)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 06, 05, 11:21:33 am CDT
The first film went beyond suck and out the other side.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Fiona Frecklebutt on Oct 06, 05, 12:02:31 pm CDT
This is gonna sound really weird and I'm probably the only one that thinks this. But after the first one came out and I heard how badly it did, I thought the screenplay went about it all wrong and should have had a different approach, similar to that of The Princess Bride...

The D&D movie takes place in someone's home wherin the owner and a bunch of friends sitting around playing. As they are playing the scene shifts from the house to the gamed campaign, maybe even with the same plot as in the original movie.

Think about it, you're watching the movie and there is always that once tense moment in which one of the players is cornered in some castle or crypt or whatever, by some monster the DM threw in. As the monster is about to strike, you hear the words, "I gotta go to the bathroom!" come from it.

Boom, the scene shifts back to the room where the campaign is being played, the guy gets up, goes to the bathroom, while conversation takes place among the other players who help themselves to another Mountain Dew or whatever, maybe the director inserts a subplot here separate from the game itself...

Guy comes back from the bathroom, playing resumes and the scene shifts back to the castle and the main plot...

Just a theory...
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Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 06, 05, 12:24:14 pm CDT
SO basically you want to do a documentary style reenactment of how Dragonlance was written.

Sturm's death on the wall was a roll of a one backed up by a one.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Knight Hospitaller on Oct 06, 05, 02:47:38 pm CDT
Quote from: "Hallertauer"
How long did it take you to do that?  What is it made of looks nice but the pic is small. How about a close up of the detail?


(http://www.littlewhitecat.com/quetzalcoatl/robhelmoff.jpg)

Its 14 guage galvanised steel. with 12 guage copper trim (to the eye it appears the same guage)

It took me about 3 weeks to turn it out. The rings are 5/8's inch inside diameter.

I have yet to weigh it but its definately one of the heaviest pieces I've ever made.

I have to start a suit of stainless plate next. *sigh* first I need a new dishing bowl.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Fiona Frecklebutt on Oct 06, 05, 07:14:44 pm CDT
Quote from: "The 6th Rogue"
SO basically you want to do a documentary style reenactment of how Dragonlance was written.

Sturm's death on the wall was a roll of a one backed up by a one.


LOL! To be honest, I've never read or played Dragonlance and have no idea who Sturm is. I pulled this outta my arse.

BTW, per my rogue this is about a *real* D&D game, not a Dragonlance farce (He thought the books were decent but the game system was awful!)
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Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 07, 05, 10:03:16 am CDT
Phwew...OK, time to set things a little straight:

Dragonlance came about from a D&D game.  D&D is short for Dungeons and Dragons which is also the game system the movie we're disgussing here in this thread.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Fiona Frecklebutt on Oct 07, 05, 12:14:03 pm CDT
Quote from: "The 6th Rogue"
Phwew...OK, time to set things a little straight:

Dragonlance came about from a D&D game.  D&D is short for Dungeons and Dragons which is also the game system the movie we're disgussing here in this thread.


Yes m'dear I am well aware....I used to play...a lot!  8)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Fiona Frecklebutt on Oct 07, 05, 12:20:09 pm CDT
Quote from: "The 6th Rogue"
Phwew...OK, time to set things a little straight:

Dragonlance came about from a D&D game.  D&D is short for Dungeons and Dragons which is also the game system the movie we're disgussing here in this thread.


Ok, just to clarify...

DRAGONLANCE was a subset of D&D...it is has a different set of rules than standard D&D OR AD&D. And what I was saying was that my rogue did not like the rulesets for Dragonlance, there is a drastically different ruleset there. Forgotten Realms and Greyhawk and several other worlds have their own D&D rulesets.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Azrael on Oct 08, 05, 02:12:43 am CDT
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The D&D movie takes place in someone's home wherin the owner and a bunch of friends sitting around playing. As they are playing the scene shifts from the house to the gamed campaign, maybe even with the same plot as in the original movie.

Think about it, you're watching the movie and there is always that once tense moment in which one of the players is cornered in some castle or crypt or whatever, by some monster the DM threw in. As the monster is about to strike, you hear the words, "I gotta go to the bathroom!" come from it.

Boom, the scene shifts back to the room where the campaign is being played, the guy gets up, goes to the bathroom, while conversation takes place among the other players who help themselves to another Mountain Dew or whatever, maybe the director inserts a subplot here separate from the game itself...

Guy comes back from the bathroom, playing resumes and the scene shifts back to the castle and the main plot...

Just a theory...


It a movie called The Gamers.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Fiona Frecklebutt on Oct 08, 05, 11:41:07 am CDT
Quote from: "Azrael"


It a movie called The Gamers.


Aw Damn, really? ...and here I actually thought I came up with something original... (bad wenchie!) :-(  

Then again, it doesn't surprise me. This board *is* a font of knowledge when I need to find out anything about pop culture or, hell, about all things geeky even...

(No, really, I've never heard of the movie!)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Adriana Wolvesbane on Oct 08, 05, 10:10:01 pm CDT
I still think that would be cool weather or not it is already a movie.


AND Yes the first D&D movie did suck!!!
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Post by: Muffin McFeelie on Oct 08, 05, 11:47:53 pm CDT
I don't think the word suck can fully encompass the crap that was the D&D movie
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Post by: Curben on Oct 09, 05, 06:29:09 am CDT
hey, it was only half bad after the fuzzy headed wayans kid died.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Fiona Frecklebutt on Oct 09, 05, 07:33:13 am CDT
Quote from: "Adriana Wolvesbane"
I still think that would be cool weather or not it is already a movie.


AND Yes the first D&D movie did suck!!!


Why thank you, Adriana :-)  (btw, your new avatar is very pretty)

Muffin and Adriana. Yes it totally, utterly sucked and I am glad that I didn't waste six something to go see it like my friend Rich did. (Who I used to game with)

Which is really a shame, because I thought the idea for the movie had a lot of potential (altho' I'm not shocked the movie industry screwed it up)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Eric McTavish on Oct 09, 05, 09:14:12 am CDT
WOW its official... BOTH[/i] D&D movies SUCKED!!!

My god was that bad!!!! UGH!!!

I think 6th called this one D&D movie #1 worst film ever, D&D2 2nd worst film ever...  must go bleach my eyes now.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Adriana Wolvesbane on Oct 11, 05, 05:59:50 pm CDT
Dude one of my friends (who was the DM that we played with) made me and the rest of the group watch it.

Least to say he is no longer allowed to pick movies, and even better he is no longe a DM.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: JusteJohn on Oct 11, 05, 06:28:04 pm CDT
i found it amusing to watch the D&D movie with a group of gamers and comment about what ruleset they were on and what spells and skills they were using and such ala MST3K.. the movie still sucked (and we never watched it again) but we at least got some amusement out of it...
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Fiona Frecklebutt on Oct 11, 05, 07:22:07 pm CDT
Quote from: "Adriana Wolvesbane"
Dude one of my friends (who was the DM that we played with) made me and the rest of the group watch it.

Least to say he is no longer allowed to pick movies, and even better he is no longe a DM.


(minor threadjack)

Don't feel badly, my rogue and a group of his friends went to see Star Trek V when it came out in the theatres. One of the friends, upon leaving after the movie was over, said, "Wasn't that the best ST movie YET??"

The rest of the group looked at him and in unison, said, "NO!"

Needless to say, his opinions on movies were discounted from there on in.

(back to your regularly scheduled D&D movie bashing)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: LadyLaurel on Oct 11, 05, 10:29:05 pm CDT
Sucked was putting it mildly.  I am embarrassed for even posting it. Sorry guys I was just hoping it would be better than the first.  :eek:
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Knight Hospitaller on Oct 11, 05, 10:43:13 pm CDT
I still say its better than the first.

Of course I've taken shits that were more entertaining than the first.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: JusteJohn on Oct 12, 05, 12:18:17 am CDT
of course Star Trek V was bad.. it was an odd numbered ST movie...

i still havn't seen the new D&D movie, tho it sounds like i'm not missing much.. i heard a little bit from some other people that actually have cable but their reaction was pretty much that they saw about 10 min of it (while sick) and were cracking up the entire time from how bad it was..
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Savoir Faire on Oct 12, 05, 06:58:54 am CDT
Quote from: "Azrael"
Quote
The D&D movie takes place in someone's home wherin the owner and a bunch of friends sitting around playing. As they are playing the scene shifts from the house to the gamed campaign, maybe even with the same plot as in the original movie.

Think about it, you're watching the movie and there is always that once tense moment in which one of the players is cornered in some castle or crypt or whatever, by some monster the DM threw in. As the monster is about to strike, you hear the words, "I gotta go to the bathroom!" come from it.

Boom, the scene shifts back to the room where the campaign is being played, the guy gets up, goes to the bathroom, while conversation takes place among the other players who help themselves to another Mountain Dew or whatever, maybe the director inserts a subplot here separate from the game itself...

Guy comes back from the bathroom, playing resumes and the scene shifts back to the castle and the main plot...

Just a theory...


It a movie called The Gamers.


Its also the Guardians of the Flame book series .
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Eric McTavish on Oct 12, 05, 07:03:44 am CDT
Quote from: "LadyLaurel"
Sucked was putting it mildly.  I am embarrassed for even posting it. Sorry guys I was just hoping it would be better than the first.  :eek:


S'Ok Luv... hope springs eternal... all us old gamers can always hope there just might be a good D&D movie... you were just expressing that hope... alas twas not to be.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Savoir Faire on Oct 12, 05, 07:08:10 am CDT
Quote from: "Eric McTavish"
Quote from: "LadyLaurel"
Sucked was putting it mildly.  I am embarrassed for even posting it. Sorry guys I was just hoping it would be better than the first.  :eek:


S'Ok Luv... hope springs eternal... all us old gamers can always hope there just might be a good D&D movie... you were just expressing that hope... alas twas not to be.


Hawk the Slayer was about the best D&D movie you will ever get a chance to ever see.  8)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: warlock on Oct 12, 05, 07:44:56 am CDT
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Its also the Guardians of the Flame book series
.

Books by Joel Rosenberg
The books were cool
I never saw that movie
How about the Monster and mazes movie... (sucked)
That’s when they removed some of Deities from the original deities and demigods. The original printing sells on e-bay for $120 plus and that was several years ago.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 12, 05, 09:45:16 am CDT
Quote from: "Savoir Faire"
Hawk the Slayer was about the best D&D movie you will ever get a chance to ever see.  8)


 ::withstupid::  ::popcorn::
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Lukas VonSkull on Oct 12, 05, 10:50:35 am CDT
Well I finally watched my copy I made of D7D movie 2

It was better than the first, it was still a B movie, BUT....BUT...

It did mention Rogues & The Rouge Guild!

I thought that was cool! The guy who played the Rouge wasn't bad either.
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Post by: Dmitri on Oct 12, 05, 10:50:49 am CDT
Hey... Hawk had elves with repeating arrow action and a dwarf...

PLUS!!!! Jack Palance as the half-faced evil brother villain...

How CAN you go wrong!?!
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Post by: Dmitri on Oct 12, 05, 10:51:43 am CDT
Quote from: "Lukas VonSkull"

It was better than the first, it was still a B movie, BUT....BUT...

It did mention Rogues & The Rouge Guild!


you're an ass...
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Post by: Pathos on Oct 12, 05, 10:54:09 am CDT
You can go wrong because it sucked.

I remember staying up really really late to watch it on TBS back in the early 80's.

What a waste of time.

But of course I'd already seen Excalibur by then so the bar on fantasy was set pretty high.

 8)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 12, 05, 10:55:32 am CDT
Quote from: "Dmitri"
Quote from: "Lukas VonSkull"

It was better than the first, it was still a B movie, BUT....BUT...

It did mention Rogues & The Rouge Guild!


you're an ass...


Seconded
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Post by: Savoir Faire on Oct 12, 05, 11:00:15 am CDT
Quote from: "Dmitri"
Hey... Hawk had elves with repeating arrow action and a dwarf...

PLUS!!!! Jack Palance as the half-faced evil brother villain...

How CAN you go wrong!?!


dont forget the all seeing druid. and a giant it had a giant  8)

It's a classic movie. It was supposed to be a series, never got off the ground. but we always said. that movie was taken from someones D&D gaming adventure.  The GM wrote down what ahppened. and someone got hold of it and said .. lets make a movie.
can't get better than that!
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Lukas VonSkull on Oct 12, 05, 11:01:06 am CDT
Quote from: "Dmitri"
Quote from: "Lukas VonSkull"

It was better than the first, it was still a B movie, BUT....BUT...

It did mention Rogues & The Rouge Guild!


you're an ass...


Luckily I don't care about your opinion!
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 12, 05, 11:01:38 am CDT
Might be that it had a filming budget or $42.57 and a 6 pack.
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Post by: Dmitri on Oct 12, 05, 11:02:06 am CDT
Quote from: "Pathos"
You can go wrong because it sucked.

I remember staying up really really late to watch it on TBS back in the early 80's.

What a waste of time.

But of course I'd already seen Excalibur by then so the bar on fantasy was set pretty high.

 8)


John Boorman's Excalibur is probably the worst interpretation of that mythos ever... I love it... but it's melodramatic and poorly acted... Completely out of period and silly...

I love it... But the ONLY reason it's better than Hawk the slayer, is production costs and setting....
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Post by: Savoir Faire on Oct 12, 05, 11:02:11 am CDT
Quote from: "The 6th Rogue"
Might be that it had a filming budget or $42.57 and a 6 pack.

Like all great classic movies of the time.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Dmitri on Oct 12, 05, 11:06:09 am CDT
Quote from: "Lukas VonSkull"
Quote from: "Dmitri"
Quote from: "Lukas VonSkull"

It was better than the first, it was still a B movie, BUT....BUT...

It did mention Rogues & The Rouge Guild!


you're an ass...


Luckily I don't care about your opinion!


Not caring about people's opinion is probably the only way you can get thru the day...
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Post by: Pathos on Oct 12, 05, 11:07:34 am CDT
Quote from: "Dmitri"
it's melodramatic and poorly acted... Completely out of period and silly...

Oh I agree. I was already a big Arthur fan at the time and I was yelling at the screen the whole time. But as a fantasy it set the standard for productiion design for a long time to come.

And I disagree about the acting. I thought it was good. Also lots of people in it who got big later. Like Gabriel Byrne, Liam Neeson, and Patrick Stewart. The acting rocked IMO.

AND it gave me a HUGE hard-on for Helen Mirren that lasted for YEARS!!!

 :twisted:
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Post by: Dmitri on Oct 12, 05, 11:10:46 am CDT
Quote from: "Pathos"
Quote from: "Dmitri"
it's melodramatic and poorly acted... Completely out of period and silly...

Oh I agree. I was already a big Arthur fan at the time and I was yelling at the screen the whole time. But as a fantasy it set the standard for productiion design for a long time to come.

And I disagree about the acting. I thought it was good. Also lots of people in it who got big later. Like Gabriel Byrne, Liam Neeson, and Patrick Stewart. The acting rocked IMO.

AND it gave me a HUGE hard-on for Helen Mirren that lasted for YEARS!!!

 :twisted:



WHOA... slow down speed king... They got big LATER... and STewart did well I'll admit... But Byrne and Neeson were overacting clods in this production...
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Post by: Savoir Faire on Oct 12, 05, 11:10:54 am CDT
since we are on Arthur. I liked the current movie about Arthurius. Over the top like many movies in y2k but it had appeal.
 8)
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Post by: Pathos on Oct 12, 05, 11:12:46 am CDT
Quote from: "Dmitri"
WHOA... slow down speed king... They got big LATER... and STewart did well I'll admit... But Byrne and Neeson were overacting clods in this production...

Well it's a difference of opinion of course. But it was an over-the-top style of production to begin with so I think those guys did good. It was actually Nicol Williamson that made me cringe once in awhile but the rest worked.
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Post by: Savoir Faire on Oct 12, 05, 11:13:49 am CDT
Patrick Stewart did well later?! dude he was a shakespearian actor. and was in I Claudius for crying out loud!
 :o
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Lukas VonSkull on Oct 12, 05, 12:08:05 pm CDT
Quote from: "Dmitri"
Quote from: "Lukas VonSkull"
Quote from: "Dmitri"
Quote from: "Lukas VonSkull"

It was better than the first, it was still a B movie, BUT....BUT...

It did mention Rogues & The Rouge Guild!


you're an ass...


Luckily I don't care about your opinion!


Not caring about people's opinion is probably the only way you can get thru the day...


I didn't say everyones, just ass...
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Post by: Dmitri on Oct 12, 05, 12:39:09 pm CDT
Quote from: "Lukas VonSkull"
I didn't say everyones, just ass...


usually complete sentences help when making a point or attempting an insult.

<just a helpful hint, I'm feeling magnanimous today...>
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Post by: Pathos on Oct 12, 05, 12:41:32 pm CDT
Quote from: "Dmitri"
<just a helpful hint, I'm feeling magnanimous today...>

Take advantage of that. It doesn't happen very often.

 8)
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Post by: Dmitri on Oct 12, 05, 12:49:44 pm CDT
Quote from: "Pathos"
Quote from: "Dmitri"
<just a helpful hint, I'm feeling magnanimous today...>

Take advantage of that. It doesn't happen very often.

 8)


What? Doesn't everyone celebrate 'Assist The Handicapped' Day?
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Pathos on Oct 12, 05, 01:11:40 pm CDT
Quote from: "Dmitri"
What? Doesn't everyone celebrate 'Assist The Handicapped' Day?

Maybe thats what Luke meant.

"I didn't say everyones, just ass...isting the handicapped."

 8)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 12, 05, 01:28:36 pm CDT
I ran in to Patrick Stewart once in LA, literally.  After we picked ourselves up I thanked him because on of his acting roles motivated me into acting and stunt work.  He started to say how Star Trek's been a big influence on so many and I cut him off and said "NO!  Excalibur!  You played the only real person in it.  I forgot that you were a character, everyone else was either weak or over the top but you...you were an inspiration," or something to that effect.  It knocked him out of his shoes.  We talked about acting and fight scenes gone wrong and right for half an hour after that.
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Post by: Savoir Faire on Oct 12, 05, 01:32:11 pm CDT
6th now thats cool. I had a similar situation talking to Isaac Asimov.
Then again with a few others... its awesome to just BS and not have that whole fan thing get in the way. very cool.  8)
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Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 12, 05, 01:36:41 pm CDT
I'll see your BS and up the ante to http://www.eskimo.com/~rkj/death.html.  Working with our heroes of film and fantasy is even more fun.
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Post by: Savoir Faire on Oct 12, 05, 01:47:41 pm CDT
show off!  :P
Now DRINK!!!
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Post by: Pathos on Oct 12, 05, 02:06:38 pm CDT
Awesome stories 6. I can't compete with those.

I did bong hits with Jerry Garcia once.

Does that count?

 8)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Dmitri on Oct 12, 05, 02:12:37 pm CDT
Quote from: "Pathos"
I did bong hits with Jerry Garcia once. Does that count?


if you're into fat, pathetic, no talent hippies that the world is better off without... Then I guess it would count...
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Pathos on Oct 12, 05, 02:16:27 pm CDT
Quote from: "Dmitri"
if you're into fat, pathetic, no talent hippies that the world is better off without... Then I guess it would count...

he he

Not sure I'd argue with that. Was never that big a Dead fan but I had friends who were so I followed them for awhile.

Good live show though.

 8)
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Post by: Dmitri on Oct 12, 05, 02:18:38 pm CDT
no... it was a drug induced hippy spin fest... Of course the live show was good...


YOU'RE TRIPPING!!!!!
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Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 12, 05, 02:18:56 pm CDT
NO ONE beats The Who for a live show....back in the day when the whole band was still alive.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Pathos on Oct 12, 05, 02:22:03 pm CDT
Quote from: "The 6th Rogue"
NO ONE beats The Who for a live show....back in the day when the whole band was still alive.

Did you see them with Keith? I only ever saw them with Kenny. And Simon.

And Dmitri...you may be right but of course...I'm tripping at EVERY concert I go to.

In one manner or another.

 8)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Savoir Faire on Oct 12, 05, 02:42:47 pm CDT
Quote from: "The 6th Rogue"
NO ONE beats The Who for a live show....back in the day when the whole band was still alive.

not sure. i enjoyed Tull.
 8)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Hallertauer on Oct 12, 05, 03:12:40 pm CDT
AC Frickin DC!
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Knight Hospitaller on Oct 12, 05, 03:46:42 pm CDT
I got laid at a GWAR concert. While watching the show, mmmmmm fake blood.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Eric McTavish on Oct 12, 05, 05:39:43 pm CDT
Quote from: "Knight Hospitaller"
I got laid at a GWAR concert. While watching the show, mmmmmm fake blood.


GWAR my ass try back stage at Kiss! Now thats a party! Never got a chance to meet them in person tho... :(
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Knight Hospitaller on Oct 12, 05, 05:46:22 pm CDT
My business partner shared a urinal with Gene simmons before a Kiss show.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Pathos on Oct 12, 05, 05:58:23 pm CDT
Quote from: "Knight Hospitaller"
My business partner shared a urinal with Gene simmons before a Kiss show.

That's about the gayest thing I've ever heard.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Knight Hospitaller on Oct 12, 05, 06:59:08 pm CDT
Yeah its pretty up there.

Its actually somethnig he takes a lot of teasing about.
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Post by: Dmitri on Oct 13, 05, 07:07:38 am CDT
Met Ice-T at Goldfingers in Queens...

REALLY nice guy...


And had dinner with one of my Childhood heroes... Jim Fowler... Yes the guy that was out in the field on Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom in the 70s... NOT Marlin Perkins... He was the old coot that stayed inside.

"from the safety of this helicopter we'll wacth as Jim wrestles the ferious alligator."
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Post by: Nokose on Oct 13, 05, 07:36:12 am CDT
As a teenager I had coffee with Rocky Marciano shortly before he was killed in an airplane accident.  None of the palooka boxer stuff from him, he was a well spoken gentleman.  Later on I was dating the medic at the local convention center so I got to meet alot of the bands back then.  I sat in the wings of the stage during Kansas, Speedwagon, Billy Joel (drunk as a skunk), Ratt, even Manilow (fag), ZZ Top, CDB, etc...It was all a long time ago tho.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 13, 05, 09:02:31 am CDT
My cousin is Justin Mauriello formerly of Zebrahead and now front man for I Hate Kate.  I've been back stage at a load of venues, drunk on tour busses and able to meet a lot of famous peeps (including the Black Eyed Peas before Fergie signed on) because of him.  I'm forever grateful for that.

For more on Justin's current band activities go to either http://www.ihatekate.com or look them up on http://www.myspace.com
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Nokose on Oct 13, 05, 09:51:21 am CDT
They say there is only 7 nosaguys between any two people on the planet.

(nosaguy- I gotta friend who nosaguy,who nosaguy etc)
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Dmitri on Oct 13, 05, 10:29:29 am CDT
it's 6degrees actually
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Maggie on Oct 13, 05, 11:38:52 am CDT
Just ask Kevin Bacon.  He'd know.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: JusteJohn on Oct 13, 05, 11:49:12 am CDT
does that mean it's time to post the oracle of bacon again?

http://oracleofbacon.org/
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Nokose on Oct 13, 05, 12:19:26 pm CDT
Hmmm, musta counted myself twice..
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Savoir Faire on Oct 13, 05, 01:07:45 pm CDT
Quote from: "Nokose"
Hmmm, musta counted myself twice..

probably because of your extra finger and toes.
 :wink:
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 13, 05, 01:43:14 pm CDT
Quote from: "Dmitri"
it's 6degrees actually


As long as it's not 6TH degrees.  I'm busy enough as it is.   ::d5::
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Nokose on Oct 13, 05, 04:40:31 pm CDT
Quote from: "Savoir Faire"
Quote from: "Nokose"
Hmmm, musta counted myself twice..

probably because of your extra finger and toes.
 :wink:


I got no ecstre toes the is all webbedd to get her.
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: Maggie on Oct 13, 05, 04:58:53 pm CDT
Quote from: "JusteJohn"
does that mean it's time to post the oracle of bacon again?

http://oracleofbacon.org/



OK, now that I have spent a good half hour typing in obscure actors...   :roll:

There are folks in Vigrinia with wayyy too much time on their hands!  


On a side note:  Remember Kevin Bacon's Visa check card commercial?
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: JusteJohn on Oct 13, 05, 05:06:33 pm CDT
actually i think they link it from IMDB...
Title: Dungeons and Dragons II
Post by: The 6th Rogue on Oct 14, 05, 08:31:58 am CDT
Quote from: "Maggie"
On a side note:  Remember Kevin Bacon's Visa check card commercial?


Yup and damned funny it was too.   :D