Archive for June, 2001

Jun 25 2001

Quake + indie films = Machinima, a very cool idea.

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Jun 25 2001

Those fabulous folks behind the A.I. game have added a few Canadian theaters to the list of advanced screening locations. (Any fellow Vancouver-ites going?)

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Jun 25 2001

Summer causes my attention span to shrink exponentially (hence the lack of updates last week). There’s just something about warm, sunny weather that makes me want to (run through fields of daisies) (participate in team sports) drink Bloody Marys and watch Jude Law movies. Or, ummmm, scratch that last one.

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Jun 25 2001

Got an hour to kill, and the bandwidth to do something about it? Why not watch Reefer Madness, a cult classic if there ever was one. Fans of early propaganda films (and who isn’t?) should also keep an eye out for “The Commies are Coming! The Commies are Coming!” starring Jack Webb — a film so over the top, they had to title it twice.

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Jun 25 2001

Bea Arthur and Urkel: together at last.

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Jun 19 2001

Housekeeping issues: Everything should be working fine, but if you notice anything askew around this new domain, let me know (jess@pithlog.com). Much appreciated.

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Jun 19 2001

Did the movie Atlantis “borrow” its plot from anime? Only your hairdresser Michael Eisner knows for sure.

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Jun 19 2001

Dear people who write anonymous notes correcting my grammar: You are always right, and I hate you for it. Love, Jess.

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Jun 19 2001

Found Magazine wants you to.. umm.. find things. And send them in. (Yes, the urge to write interesting link commentary has left the building.. it is a cool site, though, so just ignore my half-hearted attempts to explain, and click on the link, dammit.)

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Jun 19 2001

My Cat Hates You. (from Medley)

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Jun 14 2001

Britney Spears: still not dead.

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Jun 14 2001

The ‘Ultimate Adventures of Brisco Country, Jr’ Guidebook: Fooey on Malcolm in the Middle, this was pre-XFiles-timeslot programming at its finest.

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