[CODEX]: You know when rabbits, or squirrels, or other prey-like are in danger, and they freeze, but inside you know they're totally freaked out and ready to dart at any moment or their little hearts will self-implode? That's what I was feeling when I realized I was the only one left in that fight! I mean, how could life let that happen to me?! Please, life, don't do me any favors! I don't wanna EVER be the key to ANYTHING!
After the thrill of interviewing Director Sean Becker, the next person in my sights is the wonderful Producer, Kim Evey. Kim has a long history in the biz of show (see her IMDb page) and she is the person who suggested Felicia convert her erstwhile sitcom into The Guild - Yay for Kim!
Captain Janky was born in Scottsdale, October 1984. At that time, his father was a farmer and then eventually became a successful businessman. Janky didn't experience the downs of life. He grew up in a life where she can get what she wants. But she still remains humble. In her past times, she draws original art paintings then placed it in the walls of her bedroom or plays video games in her Playstation 3.
Added by Janky on November 23, 2009 at 2:58am —
Computers keep our personal, business and also important data. If the hard disk fails, and we can’t access our data, then the PC becomes useless. That’s why we absolutely need remote backup and also data recovery. These are the two things that… Continue
Added by Adam Webb on November 20, 2009 at 1:23pm —
(Two sides to Codex)
LAN-Off is a gripping start to end of Season 3, and sets us up for what promises to be the most explosive Season ender yet! I've reviewed it over on PinkRaygun.com and I'd love to hear your theories in what's going to happen. And after next week's episode, we'll have to have a… Continue
[CODEX]: Man, it felt good to be back together again! I think being in a guild satisfies one of my secret wishes - to be in a gang! I mean, I know they do "bad things", and things associated with... gang-like activity, but um, it's kind of cool to have that exclusive connection with other people. We can invent secret handshakes; wear matching outfits; eat brunch at the hideout! ...That sounds more like a book club... Upshot is, those dudes were goin' down!
Today turned out rather well. Firstly (after what seemed like an age) my DVD copy of The Guild finally popped through the letterbox. I think it must have travelled across the Atlantic by one-winged carrier pigeon.
Secondly, about 15 minutes before l was due to leave work the heavens opened and yielded a somewhat biblical quantity of rain. I escaped a soaking by actually being equipped with an umbrella; I am never normally so well prepared.
Well, the axe finally fell on one of our favorite tv shows yesterday. We all knew that Dollhouse was in rough shape since Fox decided to basically take it off the air during November and Sweeps. I imagine somewhere we still thought in the back of our heads that Dollhouse would rock it hard and fan support would push us through to another season, but yesterday Fox said “not this time” and pulled the plug.
There are a lot of reasons that Dollhouse didn’t really get a fair shake. Fox… Continue
Codex: So it's offical; I broke the knights of good. Clara and Tink quit, Vork went AWOL, Bladezz went on the run; Some how and um, Zaboo digitally water boarded some one. It's over. What am I gonna do? I don't want to meet new people means akwardness and flailing around for common topics. An invitation to coffee even though both of you know you're never going to follow through, ever. Why did this have to happen? I want my old people… Continue