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Subject: What... is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?

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Date Posted: Wed, Jul 28 2004, 2:36:34 pm PDT

Kung fu: Hay nice to see you around. I was in two minds whether or not to see “King Arthur”, which opens over here at the end of the month. I’ve been trying to find out what they have bases their claim to this being the “true story” of Arthur. Ther e are some scant references to similarly named roman soldiers particularly Gildas’s 6th century work “De Excidio” which makes reference to a 5th Century military leader in Roman Britain. But it’s near impossible for anything to lay claim to being the true story, besides everyone knows that the definitive legend has already been told in “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”. Once seen, the fearsome knights who say “Ni” can never be forgotten.
“I, Robot” is one film that I shall definitely be going to see, again it’s not on release over here yet. But I have to admit I wish they could stay closer to the spirit and feel of Asimov’s book.

TarasApprentice: If only you could see how green with jealousy I am. I look the Hulk minus the bulging muscles and the purple pants (or trousers as we call them). I never get to met anyone famous, personally I think it’s teddy. Celebs find a foot high brown teddy bear just too intimidating.
What was amber doing at the Inkworks booth? Was she helping to promote the new issue of auto cards? I think I read somewhere that there’s a new Tara one out, but no new Fith, which is a good thing as I’ve only got two of the three available for her and the last one’s proving difficult to track down.
Please pass on my best wishes to apprentice when you talk to them next.

Almond: I’ve read some of your lj. I have to admit I find reading people’s live journals a little like reading their diaries..only without the fun part of sneaking into their bedroom whilst they’re not looking. I hope that it works out for you and eases whatever distress is going on in your life.

Waves and {{{Wobbly Hugs}}} to all.

TIM: There he is!
ARTHUR: Where?
TIM: There!
ARTHUR: What, behind the rabbit?
TIM: It is the rabbit.
ARTHUR: You silly ***!
TIM: What?
ARTHUR: You got us all worked up!
TIM: Well, that's no ordinary rabbit!
TIM: That's the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodent you ever set eyes on!
ROBIN: You ***! I soiled my armour I was so scared!

No wonder Anya’s afraid of them!!!!

Take care all!!!!!

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