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Title: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 20, 2016, 10:41:35 PM
Hi All,

Now I used to be a part of this forum under a different ID, Kyuuketsuki, and I think this wasn't one of those I left in disgrace ... I'm a wee bit opinionated and, in the words of Neytiri, "They are many" :)

More about that later.

I'll try and keep it short but I'm a Brit, raised Catholic now an atheist (being an atheist is an important reflection of who I am), 3rd son of a Scot from the Glasgow tenements who married a young lady from Sussex (she had to covert to marry him). I hated school (Catholic almost all the way), never seemed to quite fit the mould, hated sports (mostly still do but I do some fitness stuff), loved science (still do, it's what made me atheist), hated wood and metalwork but I'm actually quite good at DIY stuff inc. building things. I loved the library, it was the one place I could escape my horrid school life and developed a love for science fiction, my first SF book was Heinlein's "Tunnel In The Sky" and I moved rapidly on to other classic SF authors ... it was from that love of science fiction, written by people who often loved or were involved in it themselves that my real love of science developed.

For a while I believed science, the bible and Von Daniken style aliens were true but, by age 13, I was Catholic in a cultural sense only (still am in some ways) and by the time I left school I'd stopped caring to any great degree ... after all there was clubbing, girls & drink. Musically I started off with soul, got into punk for a while (when punk was a colourful and stylish thing), slid back to dance and reggae before finally sliding into what I call Nu Metal. Sometime during that time I met my wife who for whatever reason has agreed not to dump me for 32 years (more if you include the years we lived together)! Drinks wise I like Brit bitter (the only true beer worth a damn ... what did I tell you about opinionated?) and red wine.

Moving to Kent after my degree in biology I moved into IT and we had two kids, lovely girls, now aged 27 and 21. It was also about then I had my first fling with creationism that finally destroyed any ambivalence I had towards religion, made me aware that fundamentalist theism (with their well-funded organised and influential backing machines) wasn't a joke. I stopped not caring and, almost overnight, became a militant atheist.

I'm a geek and proud of it. I love science fiction, I've grown up reading science fiction, watching science fiction and playing science fiction ... my all-time favourite film used to be Star Wars (Return Of The Jedi), now it's Avatar (which explains the handle). I've liked everything from UFO, to Babylon 5, to Stargate, to Star Trek, Dune, Fifth Element and more (many, many more besides), I go occasionally to conventions but I don't do "cosplay". Not just SF though, I also like RomComs, Marvel, Blade, Underworld, Bourne.  On the subject of Marvel, I loved Iron Man, like the second one, absolutely hated the third and think that "Avengers Assemble" is the best superhero film so far. ON the subject of Star Wars I love it warts and all ... and yes I include the prequels. I like lots of TV series my current favourites being iZombie, Daredevil, The Expanse, Killjoys and I have very much liked Firefly, Dexter and True Blood my all-time favourites being Firefly, Buffy & Babylon 5.
The latest thing in my life is writing, I have always have; for many years I have written short stories, usually related to TV series, films or gaming concepts, fan fiction I suppose and I have been involved in a collaborative story-telling venture; a Babylon 5/Star Trek crossover but when one of our main contributors left it foundered. This is where it gets a little more interesting and relevant to this forum.

I think I was talking to "curiosityandthecat" about my ideas for an online SF story system that people could submit stories to (I was Kyuuketsuki then BTW) but I never got that far and got side-tracked, developing characters, small stories and more. I started to care deeply about the story, the ideas and the characters in my universe and found myself losing the objectivity I felt I needed to act in an editorial capacity. I found myself wanting to tell the story myself and wanting to do so all the time. There were other influences, competitions, a friend writing his own book, "A Song of Ice and Fire" and Harry Turtledove's brilliant alternate history idea so poorly executed I honestly felt anyone could do better.

Suffice to say Book 1, "Stars, Hide Your Fires" the first of a trilogy of books set around "The Abyssal Void", a vast area of space largely devoid of stars, and part of the largest universe I call, "The Extent" is more-or-less complete. I'm just awaiting the cover art and using that time to create a series of appendices but once that's done it should be ready for review and publishing.

So that's it. I haven't been a member of an atheism forum for some considerable time but I was Kyuuketsuki, I now use the handle Kekerusey (which is Na'vi for "undead", or rather "dead, not dead") but I'm actually James Rocks (my author name is JC Rocks) and, with luck some of you may remember me a little fondly.

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Icarus on August 21, 2016, 02:38:05 AM
Welcome back Keke.
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Recusant on August 21, 2016, 06:34:03 AM
I remember you Kekerusey. You didn't leave in disgrace; you left voluntarily after an argument became rather heated. As far as I'm concerned you're still welcome here, and I look forward to your contributions to this site.

 
:spagwelcome:
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Dave on August 21, 2016, 07:06:13 AM
I think you and I would get on fine over a nice bottle of Merlot, Keke!

Geek-to-geekwise at least.
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Asmodean on August 21, 2016, 07:32:20 AM
I remember you Kekerusey. You didn't leave in disgrace; you left voluntarily after an argument became rather heated. As far as I'm concerned you're still welcome here, and I look forward to your contributions to this site.

 
:spagwelcome:
Yup. This.
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 21, 2016, 07:55:48 AM
I think you and I would get on fine over a nice bottle of Merlot, Keke!

Geek-to-geekwise at least.

Sold! I think I'd get on well with almost anyone over a bottle of merlot though I would warn you I have the alcoholic tolerance of a peanut ... on the plus side I'm a cheap date (three pints and I'm anybody's) :)

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Dave on August 21, 2016, 08:04:49 AM
I think you and I would get on fine over a nice bottle of Merlot, Keke!

Geek-to-geekwise at least.

Sold! I think I'd get on well with almost anyone over a bottle of merlot though I would warn you I have the alcoholic tolerance of a peanut ... on the plus side I'm a cheap date (three pints and I'm anybody's) :)

Keke
Three pints and I'm in tbe loo every ten minutes!

Bloody diuretics  >:(
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Tank on August 21, 2016, 09:15:31 AM
I could have written 70% of your intro about myself! Scrub out the Catholic bit and our backgrounds and likes are spookily similar! Welcome back.
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Tom62 on August 21, 2016, 09:53:04 AM
Welcome back, Keke.
We've got a lot in common as well. I love science fiction, I'm working in IT and I'm a former catholic. 
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: xSilverPhinx on August 21, 2016, 12:47:03 PM
Hello, I don't think we've met. :)

Welcome back to HAF!
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: OldGit on August 21, 2016, 06:50:29 PM
Welcome, he who was formerly called something else but quite similar.  Good to have you back.
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Tank on August 21, 2016, 07:13:10 PM
K. Have you bumped into 'Dark Matter'?
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 21, 2016, 09:49:04 PM
I could have written 70% of your intro about myself! Scrub out the Catholic bit and our backgrounds and likes are spookily similar! Welcome back.

Ta :)

K. Have you bumped into 'Dark Matter'?

Yeah ... didn't like the first episode muich but my mates rave about it so I've downloaded the first series from Sky and am going to give it a second chance. There's not many series I do that with.

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 21, 2016, 09:55:08 PM
Welcome, he who was formerly called something else but quite similar.  Good to have you back.

Kyuuketsuki and thx :)

Both names basically mean "undead", Kyuuketsuki is Japanese and Kererusey is Na'vi, the fictional language of the blue natives in "Avatar" ... "ke" means "not" and "rusey" mean "alive" so it lterally means "not not alive" which, in my head, means undead :)

Yes I was learning a fictional language (actually one of the junior instructors) ... at least until I got kicked out because of my uncompromising attitude on ... er ... religion :)

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 21, 2016, 09:55:40 PM
Hello, I don't think we've met. :)

Welcome back to HAF!

Thx :)

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 21, 2016, 09:56:57 PM
Welcome back, Keke.
We've got a lot in common as well. I love science fiction, I'm working in IT and I'm a former catholic.

Thx ... UK? US? Where? What kind of IT?

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Magdalena on August 21, 2016, 11:20:17 PM
I think you and I would get on fine over a nice bottle of Merlot, Keke!

Geek-to-geekwise at least.

Sold! I think I'd get on well with almost anyone over a bottle of merlot though I would warn you I have the alcoholic tolerance of a peanut ... on the plus side I'm a cheap date (three pints and I'm anybody's) :)

Keke
Three pints and I'm in tbe loo every ten minutes!

Bloody diuretics  >:(

Welcome, Kekerusey.  :computerwave:
Can I drink wine with you guys? I won't contribute much to the conversation, but I'll tuck both of you in bed, and I'll finish whatever is left in the bottles.
 :grin:
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Dave on August 22, 2016, 04:00:37 AM
I think you and I would get on fine over a nice bottle of Merlot, Keke!

Geek-to-geekwise at least.

Sold! I think I'd get on well with almost anyone over a bottle of merlot though I would warn you I have the alcoholic tolerance of a peanut ... on the plus side I'm a cheap date (three pints and I'm anybody's) :)

Keke
Three pints and I'm in tbe loo every ten minutes!

Bloody diuretics  >:(

Welcome, Kekerusey.  :computerwave:
Can I drink wine with you guys? I won't contribute much to the conversation, but I'll tuck both of you in bed, and I'll finish whatever is left in the bottles.
 :grin:
Of course, dear Mags!

Desr me, I haven't been tucked for a long time!


 :devil:
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Arturo on August 22, 2016, 06:02:09 AM
Hello keke! It's nice to meet you. (I see you got a liking for Blade . ;))
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Magdalena on August 22, 2016, 06:31:00 AM
I think you and I would get on fine over a nice bottle of Merlot, Keke!

Geek-to-geekwise at least.

Sold! I think I'd get on well with almost anyone over a bottle of merlot though I would warn you I have the alcoholic tolerance of a peanut ... on the plus side I'm a cheap date (three pints and I'm anybody's) :)

Keke
Three pints and I'm in tbe loo every ten minutes!

Bloody diuretics  >:(

Welcome, Kekerusey.  :computerwave:
Can I drink wine with you guys? I won't contribute much to the conversation, but I'll tuck both of you in bed, and I'll finish whatever is left in the bottles.
 :grin:
Of course, dear Mags!

Desr me, I haven't been tucked for a long time!


 :devil:
(https://66.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lkuguz5LfV1qf33f2o1_400.gif)
Awwwww...look, it's Waldorf and Statler!   
:love: :hug: :love:
 :grin:
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Tank on August 22, 2016, 08:19:43 AM
I could have written 70% of your intro about myself! Scrub out the Catholic bit and our backgrounds and likes are spookily similar! Welcome back.

Ta :)

K. Have you bumped into 'Dark Matter'?

Yeah ... didn't like the first episode muich but my mates rave about it so I've downloaded the first series from Sky and am going to give it a second chance. There's not many series I do that with.

Keke

DM is pretty much on par with Killjoys. Not up there with Babylon 5 or Battlestar Galactica but worth a watch. The premise that they have all lost their memories is interesting because it allows the writers to delve into their various back stories. It's a little reminiscent of the Star Trek episode where they all lost their memories and Warf ended up in command!
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Dave on August 22, 2016, 09:00:57 AM
I think you and I would get on fine over a nice bottle of Merlot, Keke!

Geek-to-geekwise at least.

Sold! I think I'd get on well with almost anyone over a bottle of merlot though I would warn you I have the alcoholic tolerance of a peanut ... on the plus side I'm a cheap date (three pints and I'm anybody's) :)

Keke
Three pints and I'm in tbe loo every ten minutes!

Bloody diuretics  >:(

Welcome, Kekerusey.  :computerwave:
Can I drink wine with you guys? I won't contribute much to the conversation, but I'll tuck both of you in bed, and I'll finish whatever is left in the bottles.
 :grin:
Of course, dear Mags!

Desr me, I haven't been tucked for a long time!


 :devil:
(https://66.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lkuguz5LfV1qf33f2o1_400.gif)
Awwwww...look, it's Waldorf and Statler!   
:love: :hug: :love:
 :grin:
Naw, I've got more thatching than either of those.

Ah, early Muppets, classic.
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Asmodean on August 22, 2016, 11:06:55 AM
Welcome back, Keke.
We've got a lot in common as well. I love science fiction, I'm working in IT and I'm a former catholic.

Thx ... UK? US? Where? What kind of IT?

Keke
Tom was from the Netherlands, last I heard.

By the way, I'm an IT professional as well. Don't think I was when we spoke last, but... Am now. I'm a software developer doing corporate networking. It's a bit like being a helicopter pilot and being asked to fly a jet plane, but I'm exactly where I want to be.
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 22, 2016, 11:14:27 AM
Welcome, Kekerusey.  :computerwave:

Hello :)

Can I drink wine with you guys? I won't contribute much to the conversation, but I'll tuck both of you in bed, and I'll finish whatever is left in the bottles.  :grin:

Haha ... I was always rather fond of the meetups we used to have on some forums, you get to know people much better that way but it's difficult when the membership is spread across the world.

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 22, 2016, 11:16:58 AM
Hello keke! It's nice to meet you. (I see you got a liking for Blade . ;))

Oh yes :) ... not much of a comics person but I loved the first movie and enjoyed the others (even the uber-cheesy third one). Got them all on Bluray.

I also rather liked the TV series with ... er ... Kirk "Stucky" Jones if I recall correctly. Got those on DVD.

Keke

Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 22, 2016, 11:27:10 AM
DM is pretty much on par with Killjoys. Not up there with Babylon 5 or Battlestar Galactica but worth a watch. The premise that they have all lost their memories is interesting because it allows the writers to delve into their various back stories. It's a little reminiscent of the Star Trek episode where they all lost their memories and Warf ended up in command!

Unfortunately I am not really a fan of the new "Battlestar Galactica" ... OK, I absolutely detested it. It's not that it didn't have it's moments, it certainly did but after the mini-series and first season it slowly got worse and worse until the utterly appalling, utterly pointless final episode where everything was explained as "God Dun It!" (Moore is apparently a born again Christian). Suffice to say I considered the ending trite, insulting on just about every intellectual level and that it completely undermined the series (even the much better episodes) that had preceded it.

I sold my DVDs a week later, wrote an absolutely scathing review for my website and did my damndest to wipe the thing from my memory.

Told you I was opinionated :)

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 22, 2016, 11:37:30 AM
Tom was from the Netherlands, last I heard.

By the way, I'm an IT professional as well. Don't think I was when we spoke last, but... Am now. I'm a software developer doing corporate networking. It's a bit like being a helicopter pilot and being asked to fly a jet plane, but I'm exactly where I want to be.

Oops! I think I missed your response earlier in the thread ... sorry if I did.

IT is a great filed to be in especially if you enjoy the work and I have to say that I did for many, many years but these days my work is being dragged down by "process" and, for all my enthusiasm for IT and computers generally, my company is an infamous outsourcer (The Register despises them), my job often seems that of a check-box-monkey and today I believe I will be getting "the big R" ... I'm not young and for many that would be a bad thing but I'm just keen to get out of the "don't know" zone and get another job or go contracting.

I'm fairly pragmatic like that I guess.

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Tank on August 22, 2016, 12:36:31 PM
DM is pretty much on par with Killjoys. Not up there with Babylon 5 or Battlestar Galactica but worth a watch. The premise that they have all lost their memories is interesting because it allows the writers to delve into their various back stories. It's a little reminiscent of the Star Trek episode where they all lost their memories and Warf ended up in command!

Unfortunately I am not really a fan of the new "Battlestar Galactica" ... OK, I absolutely detested it. It's not that it didn't have it's moments, it certainly did but after the mini-series and first season it slowly got worse and worse until the utterly appalling, utterly pointless final episode where everything was explained as "God Dun It!" (Moore is apparently a born again Christian). Suffice to say I considered the ending trite, insulting on just about every intellectual level and that it completely undermined the series (even the much better episodes) that had preceded it.

I sold my DVDs a week later, wrote an absolutely scathing review for my website and did my damndest to wipe the thing from my memory.

Told you I was opinionated :)

Keke
I loved it. I ignored the last episode :D
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Tank on August 22, 2016, 12:37:09 PM
How old are you?
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 22, 2016, 03:11:33 PM
I loved it. I ignored the last episode :D

I can't ... I'm a collector (DVDs and Blurays) and my willingness to watch, specifically to rewatch, a film or show depends on a number of factors. Also, like many TV and movie geeks, I get involved in a series to be entertained and to see it through to a reasonable (and complete/tidy) end. I genuinely don't mind how weird a fictional universe is and when I get involved in one my implicit deal with the director/producer is simple: introduce me to your universe, explain to me the rules by which it functions and tell me a good story sticking to those rules as you do. As a rational atheist it seems to me that is the only way to proceed.

So yes, I liked the mini-series, I liked season 1 and, although they lost some of their interest (many series do), seasons 2 and 3. In those seasons ideas were explored, questions were asked and ultimately (assuming the series didn't end calamitously) I expected them to get answered. The first half of season 4 was OK, depressing but OK, and then (post writers' strike) it went to hell. There was a rebellion which seemed to last forever but should have been covered off in one, perhaps two, episodes ... it was dire and finally we got to the finale. My friend and I got together at my house and, beers in hand, watched avidly.

We couldn't have been more bitterly disappointed, the battle between Galactica and the Cylon behemoth was unbelievable on every level, the rescue of the child (Hera?) was unbelievable on every level and the explanations for the phantom Six, Baltar and Starbuck were insulting to anyone who watches such things and expects anything even approaching rationality (especially considering there had been an on-going spiritual conflict between the one and many god belief systems). Like I said Ron Moore is apparently a born again Christian and I felt it was intellectually insulting to give us such trite, "god dun it" answers to the question we had been eagerly seeking answers to throughout the series. My friend wanted to get on a plane, go and see Mr. Moore and explain to him what was wrong with the ending using the well-known method of "persuasion by baseball bat".

As to keeping them, yes I was tempted to keep the mini-series but ultimately I decided not to because the idea of watching something whose end just makes you want to punch things made no sense to me.

Ultimately, good storytelling matters to me, I watched Sons of Anarchy and waited with baited breath for S7. It was, the press releases assured me, the best season yet, the last ever season of the series and implied strongly it would be bought to a coherent end. They lied, it wasn't anything like that, it was simply an unfinished series (the way US TV shows often do because of their "sweeps"), moreover they ended it in the most brutal fashion imaginable which, given it wasn't a proper ending (but was implicitly claimed to be), was absolutely unforgivable. As a result, I will never watch anything written by Keith Stutter again because I now know I cannot trust him.

How old are you?

Neunundf├╝nfzig jahre :)

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Dave on August 22, 2016, 04:12:18 PM
A mere youngster - get some time in!
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 22, 2016, 04:30:57 PM
A mere youngster - get some time in!

Comparatively perhaps but still a mere six and a half years from retirement. :)

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Tom62 on August 22, 2016, 05:30:21 PM
Welcome back, Keke.
We've got a lot in common as well. I love science fiction, I'm working in IT and I'm a former catholic.

Thx ... UK? US? Where? What kind of IT?

Keke
Tom was from the Netherlands, last I heard.

By the way, I'm an IT professional as well. Don't think I was when we spoke last, but... Am now. I'm a software developer doing corporate networking. It's a bit like being a helicopter pilot and being asked to fly a jet plane, but I'm exactly where I want to be.

The Asmo is right. I'm indeed from the Netherlands, but I left that country more than 24 years ago. Went from the Netherlands to France (Paris), from France to Switzerland (Geneva) and from Switzerland to Germany (near Frankfurt). Like the Asmo, I'm a software developer, mainly developing business applications in Java.
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 22, 2016, 08:27:24 PM
The Asmo is right. I'm indeed from the Netherlands, but I left that country more than 24 years ago. Went from the Netherlands to France (Paris), from France to Switzerland (Geneva) and from Switzerland to Germany (near Frankfurt). Like the Asmo, I'm a software developer, mainly developing business applications in Java.

Software developers seem a happy old bunch ... I started off there but switched into support. Nowadays I do a little coding in Python but not a whole lot more.

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Arturo on August 23, 2016, 04:13:20 AM
Hello keke! It's nice to meet you. (I see you got a liking for Blade . ;))

Oh yes :) ... not much of a comics person but I loved the first movie and enjoyed the others (even the uber-cheesy third one). Got them all on Bluray.

I also rather liked the TV series with ... er ... Kirk "Stucky" Jones if I recall correctly. Got those on DVD.

Keke

(http://images-cdn.moviepilot.com/images/c_fill,h_213,w_500/t_mp_quality_gif/wpqlpfnf4pq1xgpposvb/blade-coming-back-to-the-marvel-cinematic-universe-blade-1998-591437.gif)
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 23, 2016, 08:52:50 PM
Nice but best scene in the film is ...

(http://www.electrowow.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Vampire-Rave-Party-Scene-From-The-1998-Film-Blade.jpg)

... followed by  ...

(http://www.reactiongifs.com/r/2012/10/Blade_WTF.gif)
(the "WTF" scene in his fight with Frost at the end)

IMO that is :)

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Arturo on August 26, 2016, 02:25:00 AM
I don't want to be posting too many gifs (people get raunchy about that here) so I will just link them.

http://31.media.tumblr.com/dd6505a647677985e0b700b8d4cdc99d/tumblr_mvyg7aSXcr1rhcgoho2_500.gif

https://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/blade-fist-pump.gif?w=650

 :snicker:
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Magdalena on August 26, 2016, 05:32:16 AM
I don't want to be posting too many gifs (people get raunchy about that here) so I will just link them.
...
People get raunchy...about posting too many gifs?
(https://media.giphy.com/media/x7gybOmE9zBmw/giphy.gif)
...Not anymore.
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 26, 2016, 02:58:05 PM
Good GIFs apathy.

...Not anymore.

LOL :)

Keke
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: joeactor on August 26, 2016, 03:09:41 PM
Welcome Keke!

Also former Catholic, former IT. Liked the new Battlestar except for the horrible last few episodes where it looked like they'd painted themselves into a corner (really bad ending).

I'm in Los Angeles now, Agnostic Theist (don't ask), and doing voice work for games and animation and such.

Nice to meet you,
JoeActor
Title: Re: Intro/Re-intro - Kekerusey
Post by: Kekerusey on August 29, 2016, 09:55:27 AM
Nice to meet you/quote]

Likewise Joe

Keke