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Docudrama! and sodium for the masses!

bunnykissd pointed this movie out to me, and I immediately thought of you, flower76. I wonder if he's keeping a scrapbook about his work on the movie.

I just had the saltiest French onion soup I've ever had. It's like they took Dead Sea water and threw in the onions and seasonings and then simmered it down to half stock. It was almost too salty for me. The same me that would ask for salt for my salt-lick if I were a horse that talked and could use a salt shaker. ... so, yeah...

Oh! There's this 24-ish soon-to-be Air Force guy I've been talking with on WoW. He started talking to me by /t-ing me "Konbanwa." Probably he did because my character is Shimoyake (Japanese for frostbite). Um, so... /stare shoes... he's hoping to get stationed in Japan and has been learning a lot of conversational Japanese. I, unfortunately, couldn't even remember my colors and numbers, much less my phrases.


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Oct. 5th, 2006 01:53 am (UTC)
He's got a blog there at the website of his making of the movie - and if he's into scrapping, OF COURSE he's scrapping it! LOL
Oct. 5th, 2006 01:58 am (UTC)
That looks really cool! Thanks, Miranda. :)

It does say on the FAQ's site that he does now scrapbook, and intends to continue on into the future.

The shotgun(ned) scrapbook was awesome.

Now I have to argue back and forth with myself about buying it or not. :P
Oct. 5th, 2006 11:05 am (UTC)
I like your soup description and salt-liking analogy :D
I don't think I have ever had soup that salty.
Now I am hungry for soup!
I will have to dig out my soup cook book.

Your WoW character sounds interesting. What type is it?
Oct. 5th, 2006 08:24 pm (UTC)
Mmm... Soupy-soup-soup-soup!!


My character is a all frost spec'd Forsaken (undead) mage, hence the name.
Oct. 10th, 2006 05:03 pm (UTC)
That is pretty cool! I like the theme :)
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