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#0, The irony is,
Posted by Gryphon on Mar-17-14 at 02:43 PM
there is no actual reference being made in the fact that Kaitlyn's birthday (and, by extension, Annabelle's) is St. Patrick's Day. I didn't even think of it. It's just about when the timing worked out based on when I knew she'd been conceived. Could just as easily have been the 16th or the 18th!

Also, it's Kate and Annabelle's birthday. I feel like I should've had something prepared to release today in observance of same, but I don't. I'm a bad parent.

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#1, RE: The irony is,
Posted by Pasha on Mar-17-14 at 05:55 PM
In response to message #0

>Also, it's Kate and Annabelle's birthday. I feel like I should've had
>something prepared to release today in observance of same, but I
>don't. I'm a bad parent.

This actually raises a point that I thought was odd. You'd expect UFGryph and Skuld to have been in Diqiu RIGHT THE HELL NOW as opposed to just sort of...not? I mean, I get that Corwin was close with these people, but not calling any other family in just seemed strange to me.

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#2, RE: The irony is,
Posted by pjmoyer on Mar-17-14 at 06:13 PM
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[Patrick Warburton] That's right. It's the next part of SoS. The next part to be written, the next part going to be specifically written for SoS, SoS's next part. That part? [/Patrick Warburton]

--- Philip
(who thought Emperor's New Groove was tremendously underappreciated. It's effectively a WB cartoon done by Disney!)





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#4, RE: The irony is,
Posted by Mercutio on Mar-17-14 at 07:44 PM
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Hell, Patrick Warburton in general is tremendously underappreciated. People don't seem to realize he had other roles besides "Brock Samson" and "that guy from Seinfeld."

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#5, RE: The irony is,
Posted by Pasha on Mar-17-14 at 07:47 PM
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LAST EDITED ON Mar-17-14 AT 07:49 PM (EDT)
 
>Hell, Patrick Warburton in general is tremendously underappreciated.
>People don't seem to realize he had other roles besides "Brock Samson"
>and "that guy from Seinfeld."

My ladyfriend and I have decided that we want to be he and Megan Pryce's characters from Rules of Engagement when we grow up. The snark is STRONG with them.

ETA: Aww, looks like that show got canceled. That's too bad, I quite enjoyed it.

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"Too slow, already did."


#6, RE: The irony is,
Posted by laudre on Mar-17-14 at 08:50 PM
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>Hell, Patrick Warburton in general is tremendously underappreciated.
>People don't seem to realize he had other roles besides "Brock Samson"
>and "that guy from Seinfeld."

He also played the Tick in live action.


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#3, RE: The irony is,
Posted by Gryphon on Mar-17-14 at 06:57 PM
In response to message #1
>This actually raises a point that I thought was odd. You'd expect
>UFGryph and Skuld to have been in Diqiu RIGHT THE HELL NOW as opposed
>to just sort of...not?

Well, you know, when you're two of the busiest people in the universe and your grandchild is born on a Wednesday night, sometimes there are scheduling concerns.

--G.
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