a 20-million acre farmland, illinois also has great midwest metropolis

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HemlockMan said...

I drove through Illinois once. It sucked. It was totally flat and nothing but cornfields. Hell--I can only HOPE Nebraska doesn't have that much corn. What are we gonna do with it all? Then I got to Chicago, and Chicago completely sucked ass. I hate Chicago almost as much as I hate Miami.

"lythee" (I've got nothin'.)

eeTeeD said...

this one reminds me of that charlie chaplin movie... i think it's called modern times. also the silent movie metropolis, when the guy had to keep moving the two hands of the large machine to keep it working.

were you thinking of those 2 films?

eeTeeD said...

how far in to this is your interview?


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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants (who first appeared on July 17th, 1999), VH1 will premiere Square Roots: The Story of SpongeBob SquarePants, on Tuesday, July 14 at 9 p.m. (ET/PT). This is an original SpongeBob TV documentary from producers Creadon O’Malley (Wordplay, I.O.U.S.A). From the Viacom press release:
Commissioned by Nickelodeon to commemorate the anniversary of the series’ first episode, the documentary chronicles the beloved character’s journey to international pop culture icon status and showcases the series’ impact on everyone from President Barack Obama, kids across the globe and San Quentin inmates who readily sing its catchy theme song. The one-hour documentary, features an opening song from Avril Lavigne and commentary from creator Steve Hillenburg, cast and crew members, industry experts, fanatics and celebrities like LeBron James, Ricky Gervais and Rosario Dawson.

Mark Martin said...

Hman - you've been all around the world! And it SUX!

eeteed -

first answer: I was just thinking about getting some paint on the paper and turning it into something. I had no idea what that angel was going to be when I started smearing white paint there. I did know the fireworks / fountain was going to be a big spray of white...

second answer: See why I am not that thrilled to spend my life working on somebody else's character?

Mark Martin said...

BARF! I just read this part:
"showcases the series’ impact on everyone from President Barack Obama"

HemlockMan said...

The Great Smokies don't suck.

eeTeeD said...

barack obama:

"...the animated series was something my daughters often watched, but i never paid any attention to it. it wasn't until i saw a talking children's book based on the series that i became interested. the artist who created this book had such skill and talent that i was truly moved.
i wish i knew the artist's name, as i would love to have him paint my official portrait. also, my wife wants him to work on this year's christmas card for the white house..."

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poor barack. how can you be so cruel to your second biggest fan (after me, of course)?