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03-31-2002, 11:19 PM
Alright everyone, are you sitting down? Today, on a late-night run to the grocery store for some Guinness, fake I.D. in hand, who should I run into but Viggo Mortensen himself! (Did I tell you all I lived in L.A.?) Who knew, movie starts shop for their own deoderant! I complimented him on his portrayal of Aragorn, particularly the swordplay (we have discussed it extensively here at the Downs). I told him that Maril was a big fan as well. I also asked him about the next movie, but he just pressed a finger to his lips. He then agreed to sign my t-shirt in front of the gaping check-out lady!<p>[ April 01, 2002: Message edited by: Lush ]

03-31-2002, 11:40 PM
Way cool!!!!!! No way, that's a great moment. (I've seen your picture on your website, I don't think it took much convincing to get him to sign your T-shirt. ) You must post a photo of your Signed T on the Downs. What a treat!<P>Hey, did his accent sound much like it does in the movie?<P>-Maril<p>[ April 01, 2002: Message edited by: Marileangorifurnimaluim ]

03-31-2002, 11:41 PM
OMG OMG!!! You are the luckiest person ever!!! Dammit! Why can't movie stars live where I live?? And he talked to you?! You talked to him?! *falls dead* Can I touch your hand?

04-01-2002, 12:32 AM
How neat!! When you float down from cloud-nine, let us know how he signed your T-shirt. Name? Message?

04-01-2002, 12:36 AM
I wish I lived somewhere that I could meet somethat was in LotR.... Evil Dallas. I so envy you, I would of been to freaked out to even say hello.

04-01-2002, 02:09 AM
Aaaaarghhhh! Are you making April fools of us?!! <p>[ April 01, 2002: Message edited by: Sdhrs ]

04-01-2002, 04:23 AM
Oh, *slaps forehead* duh. I know Lush doesn't live in LA. <P>Okay, you got me, girl. I buy you a round of those green bottles.

04-01-2002, 09:24 AM
Aw, Lush, that was evil of you. You had me fooled

Polly Sandybanks
04-01-2002, 10:25 AM
Good one. LOL <P>I've seen too many jokes today though to fall for that one. Btw.. doesn't Viggo live in New York?? Or maybe he doesn't.. but that's what I thought.

04-01-2002, 11:33 AM
*LAUGHS HYSTERICALLY*<BR> <P>When encountering such messages it is always wise to check the date!!!<BR>I love you guys, really. I just couldn't resist!<BR>I promise that if I do ever meet Viggo, I will, of course, tell him 'hello' from all of his fans, get his autograph, and ask him to sign my chest (nicely). He makes a wonderful Aragorn, and I would take him shopping for deodorant any day.<p>[ April 01, 2002: Message edited by: Lush ]

04-01-2002, 11:37 AM
Oh, and dear Maril, thank you for the compliment. If you are ever on the East Coast, the green bottles* will be on me.<P><BR>*-For the uninitiated, the green bottles stand for drink of the Western gods, Heiniken.

04-01-2002, 11:41 AM
I wish I lived in LA then maybe I would have a CHANCE of meeting someone like that--hehehe you had me fooled!! But I would love to meet *sigh* ELIJAH...hmmmmm that would be niiiiice....<BR>But no, I live in Pennsylvania. EXCITING! grr I am gettin out of here as soon as I can!!!!

04-01-2002, 12:04 PM
Lol Lol Lol rofl!!<P>Wow, am I gald I only read this after you revealed it as an April fool! Lol Lol Lol, you guys are so funny, the closest I get to and April fool is hiding all the toilet paper, lol lol lol *wipes tears of mirth from eyes*

04-01-2002, 03:51 PM
Glad I could provide a laugh, Starbreeze. I <I>wish</I> it was true! Then again, if I really did run into "Aragorn" while buying beer, I doubt I would act that cool. I would try my best, of course. Though it would probably be something more along the lines of: "Ahhhh...." *thud*<P>Or, at my very best,: "So, want to help me finish this six-pack?"<p>[ April 01, 2002: Message edited by: Lush ]

04-01-2002, 07:54 PM
*smirk* That was mean..but pretty good! Though it's only April Fools here today, and I read that message like...I dunno. A day ago or something. LOL! Thanks for the laugh.

04-01-2002, 08:00 PM
Oh evil! Evil! Evil! That was a good one...better than the mixing the sugar with the salt for coffee gag-actually that was the best ever.<P>

04-01-2002, 10:25 PM
Lush, eto bilo zlaya shutka! (Not sure if "zlaya" is quite right, but it *feels* right). And you know, I might even have gone for it if I'd read it before the guy who runs my old college's message board decided to erase everyone's personal webpage as an April fool - after that, of course, no way was I forgetting. Very good, though .

04-01-2002, 10:42 PM
Bravo Kalimac! Your only error is that it should be "bila" not "bilo." <BR>Once again, I am sorry...Sorry because it's not true, and I wish that it was! Hehehehe. These crushes really do die hard.

04-01-2002, 10:48 PM
LUSH!!!! ROFL!!! You have given me the best laugh! My grandmother & I used to play "April Fool's" on each other every year & I've missed having someone around who *r*e*a*l*l*y knows how to pull a prank (my grandma was great at it!!). <P>You get an "A".<P>

04-01-2002, 11:06 PM
Doh! I knew that! Seichas' chuvstvuyu kak durnitsa aprelya. (For everyone; this is my attempt to say in extremely rusty Russian that I now feel like an April fool [feminine]).

04-01-2002, 11:21 PM
*looks at the poisson d'avril swimming around the forum*

Lady Simarien
04-02-2002, 08:44 AM
hey, Kilamac, what the *beep* does "eto bila zlaya shutka" mean?

04-02-2002, 02:36 PM
Translated from Russian, "eto bila zlaya shutka" means-<B>this was a cruel joke</B>. I disagree, of course. <BR>Kalimac, once again, everything is right, except for the worn "durnit'sa." The word "glupit'sa" fits much better. <BR>Hmm...When did this become a Russian 101 thread?

04-02-2002, 07:25 PM
lol, good joke. it was kinda unconvincing that anyone could act so calm and cool in front of a major movie star. one day my friend asked me "What would you do if Elijah Wood walked across our school-ground one day while we were out for lunch" and i just thought: "faint."

04-02-2002, 07:30 PM
Good one, Lush. I fell for it because it sounded so...so...L.A.! <P>By the way: I met the first husband of Viggo's ex-wife. Let's play "Six Degrees of Separation"!

04-02-2002, 09:49 PM
Lush - OK, I apologize for turning it into Russian 101 - just trying to think of a slightly more novel way to express "Hey, that was good April Fool!" As for "durnitsa", well, that's what you get when the only way to maintain your vocabulary is to read a lot - books don't always have the most, ahem, current terminology. "Zlaya" I just think sounds cool, no matter how appropriate .<P>Meeting a movie star - never happened to me, though I did once meet a local stage actor I had a huge crush on. The thing was, I had no idea it was him until it was over! (The wonders of stage makeup). So I actually was fairly casual with him, but if I'd known it was him I would have tried to act casual and failed miserably - probably stuttered like crazy the way I do in tense situations . Multiply that by about a hundred for meeting any of the LOTR actors (even the really minor ones - the hobbit who says "Who Goes There" etc).

Menewilwarin of Mirkwood
04-03-2002, 04:32 AM
You know, you guys are lucky to even be in the same country....stupid atlantic getting in the stupid way...*continues ranting*...lousy England...(only joking - England rocks!) I have no chance in hell of meeting any of them! Unless i can wangle those premiere tickets off Matt...*crosses fingers*...

04-03-2002, 09:06 AM
twas a most excellent joke. evil, horrible england...why do no such wonderful/talented/gorgeous people ever live/work/hang about where us normal non famous type folks can see 'em...ah! alas!<BR>if only i lived in the US of A !<BR>by the way...where is Elijah Wood from...i know Orlando Bloom is english...(ha!!! we have a gorgeous talented actor woohoo!!!!! such a shame he dont ever come anywhere near where i live though...)

04-03-2002, 09:40 AM
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR>...*continues ranting*...lousy England...I have no chance in hell of meeting any of them! <HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>I'm confused. Are you in England? Doesn't at least Sean Bean (Boromir) live in England? And what about Orlando Bloom and at least one of the Ians?<P>I'm probably all wrong about these, but I thought at least some of the cast lived in England.

04-03-2002, 10:16 AM
Well, Both Viggo Mortensen and Christopher Lee were in Denmark for the premiere of FOTR. I may be at the premiere of TTT with some friends, so I really hope at least one of them will be there. I promise I'll tell you guys everything. <p>[ April 03, 2002: Message edited by: Maikadilwen ]

04-03-2002, 10:42 AM
Are you joking????? Where do you live anyway?<BR>It's not fair at all! I have no opportunities at all to meet any of them (in Hungary) Anyway I would rather meet with Elijah...

Polly Sandybanks
04-03-2002, 10:53 AM
No way.. Viggo and Cristopher Lee were in Denmark for the premiere?? <P>That must have been in Copenhagen and that's not at all far from where I live.. just a few hours on the train. I wish I knew that.<P>And as far as I know Orlando Bloom, Dominic Monaghan, Sean Bean, Ian Holmes and Billy Boyd all live in the UK. Although I think they're travelling between the UK and the US quite a lot.. because of movie offers and things. I'm not sure about Ian McKellen though. He's English.. but I think he lives in the US right now, because he's doing a play on Broadway or something!?<BR>What about Cristopher Lee?

Polly Sandybanks
04-03-2002, 10:57 AM
Oh.. and Elijah Wood lives in LA. Although he's from Iowa or someplace like that.. originally. But he's lived in L.A. since he started making movies when he was about 6 or 7.<P>Hmm.. does Sean Astin also live in L.A.??<P>Who else?<P>I'm going there this summer.. I probably won't meet anyone famous anyway.. but the chances are quite a lot bigger there than they are in this little town in Sweden where I live.

04-03-2002, 11:33 AM
I bumped into Brian Dennehy (sp?) at a checkout line of a supermarket in Montreal. Needless to say, I swooned....

04-03-2002, 12:48 PM
Good one Lush! It had me laughing!<P>Elijah and Sean Astin live in L.A.; Elijah's family lives in Santa Monica. I know that Viggo is American, but I don't know where he lives.<P>I <I>might</I> have emailed Elijah and he <I>might</I> have replied back. I emailed this guy who seemed like he was Elijah...he replied three times, every time I emailed him. So...it could be him, or it couldn't be. You never know with people these days.

04-03-2002, 01:17 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR> No way.. Viggo and Cristopher Lee were in Denmark for the premiere?? <BR>That must have been in Copenhagen and that's not at all far from where I live.. just a few hours on the train. I wish I knew that.<BR> <HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>Yup. It was in "Imperial". Viggo's father is/was (is he still alive?) danish and Christopher's wife is danish too, so..... Of course I would just LOVE to be in London on the opening night. Although Sean Bean most probably won't be there. After all, why should he? He's not even in this movie. Sadly enough.

04-03-2002, 01:59 PM
That was a good one Lush. I was about to tell you not to tell one of my friends. I'm glad I read ahead.

Polly Sandybanks
04-04-2002, 01:03 AM
Well.. they're supposed to have the TTT and ROTK premiere's someplace else though.. aren't they!? I think they talked about having one in L.A. and one in NZ!? But I'm not sure. I'd love to be in London too!!

04-05-2002, 03:53 PM
Bad, naughty, Lush!!!!<P>I like you, Lush! You're ! That was a good one! But, I unfortunately noticed the date, so I didn't fall for it! <P>Just be lucky you guys don't live here in Oklahoma, home state of (ugh) "Opie" himself, director Ron Howard. ***~ 'cuse me while I go throw up!~***

04-05-2002, 06:51 PM
A very small amount of decent, handsome men live in North Carolina. The rest are mostly the tipsy community college drop-outs who yell inappropriate comments at me from the windows of their pick-up trucks. And we don't have many famous people here. The Royal Shakespeare Company stopped by in February, but penniless Lush was too swamped with insurance payments to see them. <BR>I'm going out tonight, to experience more of the fabulous, non-existent night-life!<BR>As for Viggo...He could be charitable and drop by for a visit. I would promise not to make any "big sword" jokes in his presence!

04-05-2002, 08:20 PM
Well, actually I got to meet Richard Gere once. That was pre-Pretty Woman, post-American Gigalo. It was at a hearing on human rights abuses in Tibet in DC. Genuinely nice guy - earnest. Chatty. Very Buddhist. Said he hated the cameras following him, so he just took them to the real stories.<P>My friends were ga-ga, but one or two played it off pretty well. I was pretty level-headed, but that was because I'd never heard of him. I finally asked: "I'm sorry - what were you in? I know your name, but I just can't.." He found that a little discouraging. His career was in a slump at the time. When Pretty Woman came out and was hit, I was personally thrilled for him. No more people like me wondering who he was.

04-06-2002, 10:03 PM
<I>Only</I> Maril could make Richard Gere cry! There is no other that compares! Congrats on your personal title, by the way, it's very you...<BR>To try and marginally get on subject here, has anyone read the <I>Rolling Stone</I> interview with Elijah Wood? It's in the one with Shakira on the cover. In the course of the interview, Elijah discloses that while shooting the movies, Viggo Mortensen became totally obsessed with a certain word which I will not even attempt to hint at here, for fear that the Barrow-Wight will slap a scarlet "A" on my chest, and ban me for all eternity...It's very funny!!!

04-06-2002, 10:17 PM
Why Thank you, Lush! I am impressed with the unique brilliance of your title, and I must say it suits you well.<P>Actually, my title was going to be "Eerie Spectre of the Old Forest" but the BW requested brevity please, Maril?<P><I>Must</I> read that article. Both Elijah and Viggo seem to be ve-ry interesting characters. Let us not be hasty, but I think I rather like them both.<P> Maril

04-06-2002, 10:29 PM
While we're congratulating each other, let me say that my personal title (which, by the way, took some time to create, since my initial choices were not "dark" enough, though they were funny, right Barrow-Wight?)was taken from Tolkien's description of Aragorn's first impression of owyn: "...and thought her fair, fair and cold, like a morning of pale spring..." Yeah, that's me!<BR>As for the article, do check it out. You find out some very interesting things about Elijah (he comes off as both scary and touching), and Viggo's verbal preferences!

04-06-2002, 10:46 PM
Sigh...I'm looking forward to getting my own title (already trying to think of some ). I read the RS article online actually, in a (comparatively) rare moment of looking up celebrity info online [blush]. It was pretty good, and rather funny in parts. Certainly he sounded about as normal as someone could who had grown up those circumstances. Though I'll admit to being slightly amused by the passage about how when he was two he locked his mother out of the kitchen and proceeded to throw everything around, and the heavy-breathing Dark Implications the writer made by saying "They say he knew exactly what he was doing." Come on, when I was three years old I locked my mother out of the house (accidentally, but still) and (I am told) wouldn't let her back in, thinking with perverse three-year-old logic that it was funny. A belief that I quickly got over, BTW, once she called the fire department to let her in. All it means is that I was a regular toddler brat, not some sort of fascinating, vaguely Satanic being in embryo. And anyway, what little kid doesn't like playing with the pots in the kitchen? I think they went a tad overboard on that one.

04-07-2002, 07:42 AM
I read the Rolling Stone article. It was quite interesting. And that word, tsk tsk! It's really funny though. Did you read about the fountain part? That was bad of them. *tsk tsk* bad hobbits!

04-07-2002, 01:50 PM
I want to read that article also.

04-07-2002, 03:15 PM
Here's the addy: <A HREF="http://www.rollingstone.com/mv_news/newsarticle.asp?nid=15574" TARGET=_blank>The Secret Life of Elijah Woods</A><P>Frankly, I found the whole thing kind of eye-rolling, (Shoot, I was doing that kind of stuff when Eli was still playing with his Wacky-Packs), but if I'd been working 6-day/12-16 hour weeks, I would have probably found ANYTHING funny!

04-07-2002, 08:50 PM
Speaking of meeting famous people (and this is NO APRIL FOOL'S JOKE NOW) I met Bruce from the Beach Boys tonight, backstage at the show here in Charlotte.<BR>My aunt's boyfriend is, apparently pretty goods friends with him (he is in California a lot) and they got us backstage passes. <BR>I didn't recognize any of the Beach Boys!<BR>This sweet older guy in a baseball cap came over to me, while I was sitting on the couch, sipping my beer, trying to button up my shirt the right way, and said, "get off your butt and go get some food in there."<BR>I said, "got more beer?"<BR>He said, "yes, babe."<BR>I said, "thank you, sweetie."<BR>I went in, got my beer, checked myself out in the mirror, almost tripped over the person who turned out to be the drummer, and went back to sit on the couch. <BR>Then the sweet older man crouched in front of me and said, "Honey, you are so lucky, you have your whole life ahead of you. You're going to have so much fun."<BR>I beamed. I though, here is this sweet little old guy, and he's being so nice!<BR>Then my aunt's boyfriend walked by and said, "oh, were you just talking to Bruce? He's one of the founding members of the Beach Boys!"<BR>Needless to say, I barely missed spilling my beer all over myself!!! How very <I>cool</I> of me...NOT!!!<BR>Guess I should refine the celebrity-meeting technique.

04-08-2002, 12:47 AM
Actually, I recognized the quote describing Eowyn.. what was the rest of it? Off the top of my head it went "..like a lily in the first bloom of spring, caught untimely by frost..." no, that's not it. Anyways, I thought it brilliant and original to pull a "dead" quote out of such an unexpected place. Take a bow. <P>Now to read that article, thank you, Elijah seems both intelligent and refreshingly normal from what I've read of him in the (recent) past.<BR>********<BR>Okay, just read it. Kid's too smart for words. Having finished an idealistic fantasy adventure epic that will imprint that role on everyone's minds for the next three years at least, he's already cultivating and broadcasting 'hip' 'modern' 'dark.' Playing up the music geek angle for the Rolling Stone. Sounds like he has a good agent. <P>The RS seems tobe cynically hunting for the ways this young guy will crash and burn in his success, trying to predict the manner of it.<P><UL TYPE=SQUARE><LI>Difficult relationship with your father, eh?<BR><LI>Going overboard with the women yet? No?<BR><LI>Not much of a party boy, eh? Only vice is clove cigarettes, okay, you'll miss <I>that</I> ride.<BR><LI>Limited high school social experience.. hmmm.<BR><LI>Cutting the ties with Mamma just when the fame really hits, eh?<BR><LI>So you gloss over the darkness by being open but distant, eh? Don't like to look too closely, don't like to bring it into the light even in your performances? <P>Aha. Gotcha.</UL><P>RS guy smiles smugly to himself: this is gonna be spectacular. Only his Mom to keep his feet on the ground (and that's going by the wayside), the social whirl is new, and he doesn't like to look at the worst in himself, not enough to keep it in check...<p>[ April 08, 2002: Message edited by: Marileangorifurnimaluim ]

Amanaduial the archer
04-08-2002, 08:11 AM
oh yeah lush,u got it soooooo bad!come on,ure aunts boyfriend is m8s with a member of the beach boys?oh wot a terrible life!i live in macclesfield and go to school in manchester.there is a constant war between the moshas and the scallies that is <BR>a.sometimes very funny <BR>b.rather gruesome(someone in my siss class was nearly killed last year outside a slipknot concert by three scalls with knives!)<BR>c.something that no celeb in their right mind would want to get involved in!<BR> <BR>sorry for ne1 who lives in manchester and thinks its great.im happy 4 u.really.just when ure sis is involved,u kinda notice<BR>for crying out loud most of u live in america-u know land of the free home of the great aka CELEBS!i live in england.yay.<P>that was a really cool article actually,but the interviewer was kinda pickin on lij,especially when it came to his dad,and his old girlfriend,really pushy like.not really fair, the guy is only 21....<BR> <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR>I've gained an appreciation of the word c*nt," he explains. "Negative words - the best thing is to diffuse them by using and taking the meaning away. C*nt! C*nt! It's a great, great word. Very forceful <HR></BLOCKQUOTE><BR>ah,u learn something new and not entirely pleasant every day....<BR>lol<BR>amy

04-08-2002, 10:02 AM
Now-Now, Amanaduial. I hadn't noticed that the U.K. didn't have it's share of celebs.<P>And believe me, if the don't show up in Manchester, then they definitely don't show up in my old stomping grounds of Franklinton, (affectionately known as The Bottoms.) <P>Oh, Wait, Prez Clinton did visit one of our crumbling public schools to "tsk-tsk" over the po' children - but he definitely didn't spend the night!<P>One day you'll probably meet a celeb. It will be an interesting story, but not exactly life-changing.

Amanaduial the archer
04-09-2002, 12:17 PM
deep birdland deep. The Bottoms?hmmmm, dare i ask how that came about....?i do wanna meet sum1 famous...especially if it was lij wood...mmmmm.....<BR>it wud be cool to live in america tho...hollywood....beverly hills....pennieless lush to talk to....i spose its a sort of The Grass Is Always Greener On The Other Side thing tho....

04-09-2002, 12:33 PM
I'd kill to live out of the US. I love England and Europe more history and pretty buildings. I defently think it is grass-is-always-greener-on-ther-other-side-sindrom

04-09-2002, 12:56 PM
I SAW, but didn't meet Karen Allen at Disneyland when the Indiana Jones Ride was just about to open. Said "HI Karen" and she waved.<P>My Husband works at a TV station so he is occasionally meeting famous people. He's met Alex Trevek, Lilly Tomlin,Angelina Jolie, and some really big wrestler who's name escapes me just now. (He had a movie where he played a nanny) He was a really BIG DUDE! My husband is 6'2" and this guy just dwarfed him!

Amanaduial the archer
04-09-2002, 02:31 PM
ooh ooh ooh, i saw david beckham 2day!!!!!yay!!!this will mean nothing to those if u who dont live in england/dont support manchester united,but i do both those!i was just sitting,being a complete bill on my bus,when i look out the window and there he is in the service station,filling up his porsch,if u plz!so i can say i hav seen a celeb....he didnt reaspond,but i saw him!<P>my sis also saw prince naseem at alton towers once,for wrestling fans out there.

04-09-2002, 05:45 PM
Concerning the <I>Rolling Stone</I> interview with Elijah: while the content was great (and the tidbit on Viggo really brightened my day), the writer himself appeared to be lacking, as many of you have said. <BR>No surprise there! This is the same magazine whose esteemed writers try to make Britney Spears seem like the Mona Lisa of the new millennium (hah), work overtime to keep record labels happy, and are slowly degenetaring to the Neanderthal-like status of the scribes (if you can even call them that) at <I>The National Enquirer</I>. Bleh.

04-09-2002, 11:05 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR>ooh ooh ooh, i saw david beckham...<HR></BLOCKQUOTE><BR>OK, that counts. One celeb for Amanaduial. <P>Now if you'd only gotten the keys to his Porsche, that would REALLY count. <P>BTW - Tolkien LOVED Manchester United, so it counts as On-Topic, too.)

Amanaduial the archer
04-11-2002, 11:13 AM
sorry, im probably being a bit thick here, but what does BTW stand 4? <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR> Tolkien LOVED Manchester United <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>cool!all the best ppl do!(are u sure...?)i went to the match last night!GO SCHOLSKAR!(or however u spell it...)<BR>BTW(wotever that is)sorry 4 going a bit off topicbut this is quite an abstract topic neway!ooh,dont delete it tho, it brightens my lil life!(i am actually serious!)<BR>birdland, uve seen prez clinton?cool.<BR>wouldnt it be great if u cud meet one of the actual characters of lotr?ooh, out of interest, who wud every1 meet?!<BR>lol <BR>me

04-11-2002, 11:20 AM
btw - By the way.<P>The player you were thinking of was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.<P>Hope that helps

Amanaduial the archer
04-11-2002, 01:44 PM
ta Stephanos, yeah i knew it was ole gunnar, just couldnt speel his surname,which unfortunatly thebit i was tryng to spell. *sigh*typical or wot!<BR>lol<BR>me

04-11-2002, 02:26 PM
The only fameous people I've met are goverment officlas like senators and govoners...

04-11-2002, 02:54 PM
A representative from my state in the US House of Representatives came to my house once to advertise himself...I think it was him anyway<P> <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR>The Royal Shakespeare Company stopped by in February<HR></BLOCKQUOTE><BR>Really? Wow. It stopped by in my city too, and my Spanish class and I planned a trip to go see it perform Don Quixote, but the trip was canceled due to September 11th. That sucked.<p>[ April 11, 2002: Message edited by: dragongirlG ]

Amanaduial the archer
04-11-2002, 02:56 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR> The only fameous people I've met are goverment officlas like senators and govoners... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>hmmm.araen, dare i ask y?<BR>lol

04-11-2002, 06:47 PM
I won second place in and State wide art contest and got to meet the Govener ran into a few other people on the way. I also met a govoner when I was at the beach. I was like 3 so I don't rember much.

04-11-2002, 08:36 PM
I got an invitation to my state's House of Representatives because I was spelling bee finalist, but I didn't go. Waste of time for me.

04-12-2002, 10:19 PM
I want to meet <I>writers</I>. Much more interesting than most actors. I want to meet Wally Lamb, Kate Atkinson, and...J.R.R. Tolkien. Heh. <BR>Though Viggo is an artist, so he is probably not entirely soul-less. Not by a long shot, I hope.

04-13-2002, 01:38 AM
Well, I've met the Dalai Lama a couple of times...

Amanaduial the archer
04-13-2002, 04:40 AM
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR> Well, I've met the Dalai Lama a couple of times<HR></BLOCKQUOTE><BR>really?!wow!now that would be cool!<P>writers wise, ive met Michael Morpurgo, David Horner, Paula Danziger and Jacqueline Wilson (they all came to my junior school at seperate times.)id luv 2 meet tolkien(but thats not really an option), Phillip Pullman and Dianna Wyne Jones.<BR>lol<BR>me

04-25-2002, 12:58 PM
One time I saw Penn from Penn and Teller eating outside at this cafe... There were all these really dressed up people standing there, and I had just finished a very sweaty and intense fencing practice, so I didn't hang around... <P>In response to Kalimac's April 6 post, one time my mom was changing my bro's diaper, adn he started to go. I thought this was hialrious, and I couldn't stop laughing (I was about 3 at the time). She was holding him so he wouldn't pee on her or anything but the floor, and yelling at me to go get a diaper or something. I don't remember. I just remember laughing so hard I couldn't walk, and kind of crawling and collapsing hysterically two feet from the door. It was so funny to me at the time. It foreshadowed a bad habit of laughing at all the wrong thigns at all the wrong times... <P>But hey. It's all good. <P>May your luck exceed the stench of your oxters.

04-25-2002, 01:32 PM
good for you! but...eh... late-night run to the grocery store for some Guinness, fake I.D. in hand?? well well...

04-25-2002, 02:23 PM
That's what happens when you're young and Russian. <P>...Oh, no, did you believe me?<P>HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!<P>Well, the part about beer is certainly true....<p>[ April 25, 2002: Message edited by: Lush ]