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wrincewind
October 3, 2006 at 10:26 am

w00t! My first "first post!"
*does a little dance*

Munan
October 3, 2006 at 10:38 am

Interestingly enough, when Romeo & Juliet was written, all parts were played by male actors.

So Abe could do Juliet…

Army of Darkness
October 3, 2006 at 11:06 am

"whatever, you’re the perv; you do the guy-guy-girl"
Err, I may be thick, but I dont quite get it. No wait, I think I get it now, very funny. As for preston being the perv, yeah right…..

Barnsey
October 3, 2006 at 11:14 am

i dont get it. yes that probobly makes me REALLY dumb, and its probobly REALLY obvious. but someone please explain it to me

EDIT: Now i get it. Pres means ‘Do’ as in ‘Do The Play’, but Abe thinks he means ‘Do’ as in ‘Do the sex with a bloke named Romeo and a girl named Juliet’

Spock 1701
October 3, 2006 at 12:02 pm

ha! abe CAN act! woot.

Spock 1701
October 3, 2006 at 12:03 pm

Munan wrote:
Interestingly enough, when Romeo & Juliet was written, all parts were played by male actors.

So Abe could do Juliet…

that is absolutely true, but I think abe would much rather play lap dance revolution

G-Diddy
October 3, 2006 at 1:03 pm

Love the bar episodes. Who cares if the panels are recycled, i think it’s actually better that way. BTW, can anyone tell what kind of beer they are drinking? or at least what logo is on the glasses?

Acting seems so easy, doesn’t seem like they need much talent. Why would they need to have years of school/training and experience… until you see an athlete or musician guest starring on a TV show… ewww. :wink:

quodlibetic
October 3, 2006 at 1:19 pm

G-Diddy wrote:
Love the bar episodes. Who cares if the panels are recycled, i think it’s actually better that way. BTW, can anyone tell what kind of beer they are drinking? or at least what logo is on the glasses?

The logo’s Brooklyn Brewery.

(mmmmmm…) :)

preddy
October 3, 2006 at 2:44 pm

hi di ho, first post here, always great to see bar episodes, cant wait to see the turn out for the halloween episode :P :twisted:

G-Diddy
October 3, 2006 at 3:13 pm

quodlibetic wrote:
The logo’s Brooklyn Brewery.

(mmmmmm…) :)

Another place to add to my list the next time i visit the Big Apple. What’s good there? Any good stouts or pilsners? :oops:

OEDragon
October 3, 2006 at 4:36 pm

Wow, I’m actually slightly surprised that Abe turned down anything that had to do with DOing someone… even if it made him a perv.

As for Pres being a perv, only in Abe’s dreams. (Then again, hopefully not in there either…)

ritaxis
October 3, 2006 at 8:01 pm

I’m always glad to see the magnificent Hogan’s work: dear Lord I wish he would update more often. Glad to here you’re joining the Ghosts.

Your stuff is as wonderful as always: I don’t want to clutter your e-space with constant happy babble,so you don’t hear from me often, but I read your comic regularly and adore it.

Padawanmage
October 3, 2006 at 8:37 pm

Abe’s got a point. The trend is pretty much to go with CGI aliens, or else a person with brow ridges like in Star Trek.

To me, the two most ‘alien’ Aliens, were the Alien in Alien (even if it’s a guy in a suit, the suit still made me scared poopless!), and the creature in ‘The Thing’ (cuz it was freaky!).

quodlibetic
October 3, 2006 at 8:52 pm

G-Diddy wrote:

quodlibetic wrote:
The logo’s Brooklyn Brewery.

(mmmmmm…) :)

Another place to add to my list the next time i visit the Big Apple. What’s good there? Any good stouts or pilsners? :oops:

They do both a good stout and a good pilsner. The stout’s only available in the winter months (say, Nov/Dec through March/April) and the pilsner’s year-round. I’m also a big fan of the one-off/specialty brews that are tap-only, of which the brewery usually serves at least 1 at any time.

The brewery does weekend tours, and if you take the 30-minute tour (Saturday afternoons only) they give you a token for 1 free beer.

http://www.brooklynbrewery.com/brewery/

Enjoy! :mrgreen:

G-Diddy
October 4, 2006 at 12:52 pm

quodlibetic wrote:
They do both a good stout and a good pilsner. The stout’s only available in the winter months (say, Nov/Dec through March/April) and the pilsner’s year-round. I’m also a big fan of the one-off/specialty brews that are tap-only, of which the brewery usually serves at least 1 at any time.

The brewery does weekend tours, and if you take the 30-minute tour (Saturday afternoons only) they give you a token for 1 free beer.

http://www.brooklynbrewery.com/brewery/

Enjoy! :mrgreen:

I put in MR BEER DRINKER as my name on the website, and it said: "Welcome Back MR BEER DRINKER"… LOL

Thx quodlibetic! A definite must see…

Army of Darkness
October 4, 2006 at 6:22 pm

Padawanmage wrote:
Abe’s got a point. The trend is pretty much to go with CGI aliens, or else a person with brow ridges like in Star Trek.

To me, the two most ‘alien’ Aliens, were the Alien in Alien (even if it’s a guy in a suit, the suit still made me scared poopless!), and the creature in ‘The Thing’ (cuz it was freaky!).

I loved the creature in thing, cos it was all done with puppets and and animatronics back in those days, plus loads of yellow gunk/slime, so there is something physical for the actors to react to, and it looks real too, not some iffy computer graphics. And yes, aliens/ the thing made me poop myself too the first time I saw them ( aged about 6/7….).

megabigBLUR
October 5, 2006 at 10:10 am

Going off on a tangent, what’s with all the Indians and Arabs in Hollywood movies being played by white guys? My reaction to The Wrath of Khan was "if he’s a Singh where’s his turban?" :D

Blaster
October 5, 2006 at 5:00 pm

megabigBLUR wrote:
My reaction to The Wrath of Khan was "if he’s a Singh where’s his turban?"

Grrr…cannot…resist…serious…rebuttal!

I think the point is that, eventually, people will have intermixed to the point where it will be less easy to determine one’s culture simply based upon one’s last name.

Futhermore, as cultures change, customs regarding dress change as well.

megabigBLUR wrote:
Going off on a tangent, what’s with all the Indians and Arabs in Hollywood movies being played by white guys?

Now this comment is more on target, seeing as how this comic was alluding to the concept of blackface.

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