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10-11-2008 @ 11:03AM
I don't know why everyone is so freaked about "the guild".sure, their videos are nice and stuff but that aren't all that über and I can't understand why they are getting so much attention. they brought out 10 episodes over a very long time (each of which isn't really all that long) and season 2 has been announced for how long now?btw, I like Shepiwot more ^^
10-11-2008 @ 1:08PM
I guess its nice your meeting pseudo celebrities mike but posting the "pre-interview" chit chat between the cast that was NOT directed toward you for your use in the interview is a pretty hack move and fails journalism 101 in my opinion.seriously, whats said before and after an interview is pretty commonly known to be off the record. you crossed the line a bit there. hell you don't see real interviews starting with... "Frank walks into the room, he just came from a limo so he smells of leather and whiskey...Frank: where can i put my coat?Franks assistant: here I'll take for you.Frank: thanks, so where am i sitting?Producer: Hello Mr Sinatra its a real honor to meet you, Im really a big fan of your work.Frank: oh thanks, thats very kind of you.Larry King: Hi Frank good to meet you.Frank: Here there Larry, nice to finally get to meet you too.Producer: Here Mr Sinatra, have a seat in this chair, can i get you anything to drink.Frank: yes water pleaseFranks assistant: ok we have about 7 minutes before we have to leave.Producer: Someone get mr Sinatra some water please, ok lets get started.Director: alright, lighting is good sound is up. lets roll tape.Larry: check check, sound good?Sound engineer: yea, your golden Mr King.Larry: ....... (interview begins)"
10-12-2008 @ 3:10PM
Vlad -- It's nice to see how they are together outside an interview. A little "bonus." If you don't like it, I'm sure there are other interviews you can read instead.
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