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Re: 4LS

Post by ccdr » Wed Jun 03, 2009 7:37 pm

delta wrote:Directing's a good job, mate! It's challengin' work, outa doors. I guarantee you'll not go hungry.
-'cause at the end of the day, long as there's two people left on the screen, someone is gonna want someone moved.
I'll be honest with ya: people do not care for it.
Intuition'? Look mate, you know who has a lot of intuition?
Blokes what just place characters on left, center and right and call it a day! Professionals have standards.
Be blunt.
Be efficient.
Have a plan to kill everyone you meet.
What makes me a good director? If I were a bad director I'd wouldn't be sittin' here discussing it with ya, would I!
One misplaced sprite, one scene with the wrong music, one errant twitch...and KABLOOIE!
I got a mankey eye...I'm a black, Scottish cyclops! They got more path writers then they got the likes of me!
So...
T'all you fine cripple porn enthusiasts...
Prancin' about with your mouths full of criticism! Come and get me I say! I'll be waiting on ye with a whiff of the ole' Bad End.
This is a grim bloody fable I'm directing...with an unhappy bloody end!

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Re: 4LS

Post by Ambi07 » Thu Jun 04, 2009 2:53 am

A majority of the artists are female, think about that when you see the H.

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Re: 4LS

Post by Aura » Thu Jun 04, 2009 3:30 am

I'm for some reason under the impression that the most crooked hentai is made by women anyway.
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Re: 4LS

Post by delta » Thu Jun 04, 2009 4:41 am

ccdr wrote:
delta wrote:Directing's a good job, mate! It's challengin' work, outa doors. I guarantee you'll not go hungry.
-'cause at the end of the day, long as there's two people left on the screen, someone is gonna want someone moved.
I'll be honest with ya: people do not care for it.
Intuition'? Look mate, you know who has a lot of intuition?
Blokes what just place characters on left, center and right and call it a day! Professionals have standards.
Be blunt.
Be efficient.
Have a plan to kill everyone you meet.
What makes me a good director? If I were a bad director I'd wouldn't be sittin' here discussing it with ya, would I!
One misplaced sprite, one scene with the wrong music, one errant twitch...and KABLOOIE!
I got a mankey eye...I'm a black, Scottish cyclops! They got more path writers then they got the likes of me!
So...
T'all you fine cripple porn enthusiasts...
Prancin' about with your mouths full of criticism! Come and get me I say! I'll be waiting on ye with a whiff of the ole' Bad End.
This is a grim bloody fable I'm directing...with an unhappy bloody end!
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Re: 4LS

Post by Aura » Thu Jun 04, 2009 6:31 am

If writing is sure to result in victory, then you must write!
Shakespeare said that, and I'd say he knows a litt-le more about writing than you do pal, because he invented it! And then he perfected it, so that no living man could best him in the ring of wit.
Then he used his writing money to buy every actor in England. And then he herded them onto a stage, and then he made them act every single one of his plays.
And from that day forward everytime a bunch of words are together in one page, it's called unoriginal.

Unless it's written by him.
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Re: 4LS

Post by KOnFLiqT » Thu Jun 04, 2009 11:59 am

Aura wrote:If writing is sure to result in victory, then you must write!
Shakespeare said that, and I'd say he knows a litt-le more about writing than you do pal, because he invented it! And then he perfected it, so that no living man could best him in the ring of wit.
Then he used his writing money to buy every actor in England. And then he herded them onto a stage, and then he made them act every single one of his plays.
And from that day forward everytime a bunch of words are together in one page, it's called unoriginal.

Unless it's written by him.
And look were that ended up for him, he's dead. Writing didn't give him immortality.
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Re: 4LS

Post by vaen » Thu Jun 04, 2009 12:03 pm

Aura wrote:If writing is sure to result in victory, then you must write!
Shakespeare said that, and I'd say he knows a litt-le more about writing than you do pal, because he invented it! And then he perfected it, so that no living man could best him in the ring of wit.
Then he used his writing money to buy every actor in England. And then he herded them onto a stage, and then he made them act every single one of his plays.
And from that day forward everytime a bunch of words are together in one page, it's called unoriginal.

Unless it's written by him.
somehow from that I can tell what character you are writing for in the game. :D if I didn't know already. _/~

I laughed out loud.

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Re: 4LS

Post by Blue123 » Thu Jun 04, 2009 12:05 pm

KOnFLiqT wrote: And look were that ended up for him, he's dead. Writing didn't give him immortality.
So what? Everybody dies some day. Nothing gives you immortality.

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Re: 4LS

Post by KOnFLiqT » Thu Jun 04, 2009 12:05 pm

Blue123 wrote:
KOnFLiqT wrote: And look were that ended up for him, he's dead. Writing didn't give him immortality.
So what? Everybody dies some day. Nothing gives you immortality.
I beg to differ!
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Re: 4LS

Post by Blue123 » Thu Jun 04, 2009 12:06 pm

KOnFLiqT wrote:
Blue123 wrote:
KOnFLiqT wrote: And look were that ended up for him, he's dead. Writing didn't give him immortality.
So what? Everybody dies some day. Nothing gives you immortality.
I beg to differ!
hurr hurr hurr.

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Re: 4LS

Post by Warwick » Thu Jun 04, 2009 3:38 pm

Aura wrote:If writing is sure to result in victory, then you must write!
Shakespeare said that, and I'd say he knows a litt-le more about writing than you do pal, because he invented it! And then he perfected it, so that no living man could best him in the ring of wit.
Then he used his writing money to buy every actor in England. And then he herded them onto a stage, and then he made them act every single one of his plays.
And from that day forward everytime a bunch of words are together in one page, it's called unoriginal.

Unless it's written by him.
When you said "ring of wit" my mind immediate went to Voltaire and the movie Ridicule, but I liked how you did the whole actor thing. Bravo.
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Re: 4LS

Post by nANDE » Thu Jun 04, 2009 11:15 pm

Blue123 wrote:
KOnFLiqT wrote: And look were that ended up for him, he's dead. Writing didn't give him immortality.
So what? Everybody dies some day. Nothing gives you immortality.
You will not attain immortality. However, if you try hard enough, do good enough (and have a bit of luck maybe), then your deeds, achievements (if any :mrgreen: ) will live on afther you yourself will be long gone. We still talk about Shakespeare, the man of a distant past, in these modern days of glorious human technology (atomic energy, artificial heart, human in the moon, etc), now don't we :)
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Re: 4LS

Post by Peorth » Fri Jun 05, 2009 2:50 am

My lawyers have advised me to not speak to the press at this -or any other- time. Sucks to be you.
Even if the author is silenced, the performance is stopped, the story will not end.

Whether it's a comedy or a tragedy, if there is cheering, the story will continue on.
Just like the many lives.
For the us who are still in it and still in the journey, send warm blessings.

---We will continue to walk down this path until eternity.

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Re: 4LS

Post by nANDE » Fri Jun 05, 2009 7:31 am

Peorth wrote:<...>Sucks to be you.
Lol'ed
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Re: 4LS

Post by Bara » Fri Jun 05, 2009 8:11 am

nANDE wrote:...We still talk about Shakespeare, the man of a distant past, in these modern days of glorious human technology (atomic energy, artificial heart, human in the moon, etc), now don't we :)
Human IN the moon?? Did someone over at NASA fail to convert metric to imperial again and have an "Ooopsie!" that corkscrewed a maned lunar lander into the moon? :twisted:

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