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SkinnySlim22
Wishes Limbaugh would zip it
United States
Current Residence: The City of Light!
Favourite genre of music: 80's rock
Favourite photographer: Er...Diane Arbus?
Operating System: Dell T-1616
MP3 player of choice: Zune
Shell of choice: Magic Shell?
Favourite cartoon character: The Amoeba Boys, Lionel Hutz, Troy McClure, Mojo Jojo, Buttercup, Daffy Duck..
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  • Watching: Batman: Gotham Knight
  • Eating: Doritos
  • Drinking: Diet Coke
Might as well get that stupid "I was robbed" entry off of my front page. I'm still angry about losing that money and always will be. But hey, I have a new wallet. Que sera, sera. I did apologize to the theatre staff; they did not deserve the abrasive, nasty treatment they got from me.

What's done is done, right?

I've garnered quite a bit of praise from my Joker/Mary Sue spoof fic...50-something reviews in a week. www.fanfiction.net/s/4455488/1… I know it's because I posted it in a popular section, but still, all that praise means a lot to me.

Now if I could just figure out why people want the Ledger Joker's babies...I don't even want that guy's mouth near my face! I don't understand fangirls.

I've also recieved a request to co-mod a community for fanfic reccomendations. So...I'm a mod! I have power! I am a judge, a judge of quality! All are privy to my double-edged sword of...ah...justice of good...writing? Either way, I'm flattered.

And I'm heading back to school shortly. But isn't everyone?

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HarleenQuinn Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2009
Hey, Stevie. It's been a long time, yet again. :P Hope we can resume our correspondence! How have you been as of late?
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dracori Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2008
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Hello? Where'd you go?
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dracori Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2008
Hey, just thought I'd stop in and say hi :) Haven't heard from you in a while.
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HarleenQuinn Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2008
So what do you think of Sarah Palin? *anticipates long rant* :D
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Band8PGeek Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2008
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Wrote this journal about one of your deviations; I think you might be interested. ;)
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HarleenQuinn Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2008
No problem for the fave! :)

And I'm sorry to hear what happened to you at The Dark Knight. :( I hope you feel better, and I hope the guy turns himself in, although my cynical nature makes me think that's quite doubtful. :hug:

But on a happier subject, I'm glad to hear you loved The Dark Knight. It was really a fantastic film. :D Did you have any favorite scenes or lines from it?
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SkinnySlim22 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2008
I'm feeling a bit better now, but not much. And I doubt he'll turn himself in, which depresses me to no end. Ecspecially since my other side still wants to beat the robber to a pulp.

I know I don't actually have another side (who do I think I am, Two-Face?), but I'd rather think of it as that, then think of my violent, uneeded outburst as my own. The cinema staff did not have to put up with that breakdown- they have their own job and did all they could.

I loved it from start to finish, but I have to say that my favorite scenes involved all involved the Joker. Heath Ledger just did amazing in that role: he was as crazy as the Clown Prince of Crime was supposed to be- and then some.

As for favorite lines, I think it'd be that one line of Harvey Dent's: "Either you die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain." It was sadly true in his case.
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HarleenQuinn Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2008
Don't worry about your 'other side'; we all have moments like that, when our frustration (especially at injustice) may make us act in an extreme fashion and then regret it, but don't beat yourself up about it.

And yeah, the Joker's scenes were definitely my favorites as well. At first when I heard about Heath playing Joker, I was a bit skeptical, but much to my delight, he pulled off the role impeccably. One of my favorite lines is "I'm not a monster; I'm just ahead of the curve."

By the way, are you going to see Mamma Mia? I remember you once saying you liked the music of ABBA.
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SkinnySlim22 Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2008
After sleeping on it, I feel a bit better- you're right, it wasn't my fault. I just wish I could've saved all that rage for the thief, but that'll never happen. (Like I mentioned in my journal, I need to find a healthy way to get my day-to-day anger out, otherwise it explodes at moments like this.)

I was a bit skeptical as well, but he just took the role and ran away with it. I think he really let the audience get a feel for how crazy the Joker was.

(I was surprised at all the little kids in the audience. Well, not surprised- it's Batman- but a bit on edge about it; this was a very dark, very long movie, and I wouldn't be surprised if most of them went home with nightmares.)

You know, I think my Simpsons obsession might've given way to a Batman obsession...

Actually, I already saw Mamma Mia! I loved it, although the plot definitely came second to the ABBA songs, and Pierce Brosnan cannot sing. (Meryl Steep was excellent, though.) Have you seen it, by any chance?
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