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Reporting from an undisclosed location to say -- [Dec. 8th, 2006|12:17 pm]
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OOC: This is unofficial of course; for summers_day and whoever else is inclined to chime in.

About this:

Behind the cut, Spoilers for preview of upcoming Buffy Season 8 ComicsCollapse )
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Which famous leader are you? [Feb. 28th, 2006|06:47 pm]
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Actually I never was him but I have occasionally been called 'esque' so I understand the mistakeCollapse )
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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot? [Jan. 21st, 2006|01:54 pm]
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So now I'm The Green Goblin?

Alan, how do you feel about hauling Jonah Jameson's ass into court?
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Baby mama drama? [Jan. 17th, 2006|02:35 pm]
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After this.

*Private email to Cordelia*

Hey Cordy --

This isn't about the car, I promise. Just a couple things. . .

1) Remember that ring you helped me pick out for Piper? Do you remember exactly what that gypsy who sold it to us said about it?

2) At the Oscars last year, did we meet someone named Mary Jane Watson?

Thanks a ton --

Love to the hobbit,



Public post, open to everyone BUT Piper:

Hey gang --

Just entirely in theory, if somebody was thinking about baby names that go with Campbell, what would be some good ones?

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Announcements, announcements, announcements [Jan. 17th, 2006|11:53 am]
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1. I have never even heard of Mary Jane Watson. I certainly did not get her pregnant. I didn't get anybody pregnant, ever, nor will I. It's an immortal thing. Seriously, I know starlets, and I never even heard of her. Is she famous or something? Is it a coincidence that she looks a little like Kara? Could she be a 'Bot?.

2. Somebody's sabotaging property I own. As much as I would like to blame Tucker Wells, this one has Osborn written all over it. Somebody do tell me I'm wrong, before I have to send out the goon squad? And seriously, where's Spiderman when we need him?

ETA: I apologize to Tucker Wells for mentioning his name in a light that could be construed as negative. Before Kara reads this and forces me to. Before any individual accuses me of invoking Mr. Wells' name in a negative fashion, I hope to point out that the negative aspersions on Mr. Osborn in the original post COULD be construed to balance out any inferred -- and not deliberately implied -- regarding Mr. Wells.

Alan, how's that for a disclaimer?
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From Faith [Jan. 14th, 2006|09:40 pm]
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The thing about vampires is true.

The truth about Todd CampbellCollapse )
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Campbell/Halliwell wedding reception [Dec. 22nd, 2005|12:34 am]
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Wedding reception for suey_generis and freezehappy Open to all pups who care to come; I've turned off notifs to my LJ, so play away

The ballroom of the Sheraton has never looked so magnificent. Well, it's never looked so pink, anyway. Thanks to Kara Keating and Harmony Kendall's suggestions, taken very much to heart by the bride -- who, with her classic Charmed One taste, has managed to make the decor very elegant, while not detracting from the pinkness.

While Todd and Piper pose for pictures with all the living and dead members of her family (even if the dead won't show up on film, nobody wants to be accused of anti-specterism; it's not the result but the maddening process of long tedious and redundant posing that counts) and the various wedding parties (Kara, Cordelia, Paige, Phoebe and Prue as bridesmaids on Piper's side; Darla as best man on Todd's), a string quartet begins to play tasteful music, and groups begin to find the way to their tables.

After the meal, a first rate rock band will strike up some tunes and there will be dancing. Living, dead or undead, it's a good night to be in Boston.
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TM challenge: Happiness [Dec. 19th, 2005|07:08 pm]
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What are you happy about right now?

What am I happy about? What am I not happy about? I'm about to be a married man, taking the lovely freezehappy to the altar. A metaphorical altar, I think, though you never can tell with a charmed one. Tying the knot for the first time in a thousand thirty years, receiving all the proper attention from all the proper tabloids media. Besides it's the holiday season, and you know how I love eggnog mistletoe convincing Piper to dress up like an elf celebrating the solstice orgiastic rites of the Mithraic cult birth of baby Jesus triumph of capitalism. And now, despite what Messrs. Santorum and O'Reilly might have to say, I'm not one of those people making war on Christmas. That's Jon Stewart's job, and is he ever rocking it out. As a very wealthy beneficiary of the market economy, I can tell you that we all NEED Christmas.

Especially phones. Everybody needs a new cell phone that takes pictures, walks your dog, clips your nails -- oh hell, I don't even know what my own products do any more, but the point is that you should buy them. What's good for Campbell Communications is good for America. If people stop buying phones that double as coffee makers, the terrorists win.

So, yes, getting married, this Wednesday, just in time for the solstice. Piper has details here.

To my best men, all I can say is "Get me to the church Sheraton on time."

Speaking of best men:

Private to Darla: Call me about a thing? It's somewhat important. And no, I'm not contemplating suicide, having pangs of Ramona-induced guilt, wishing I was marrying Buffy or anybody else, nor are my feet or any other part of my anatomy getting cold. This is a purely logistical question.

Alan: We need to discuss liquid courage strippers entertainment. I figured that would be your gig? I'd ask you to be best man, but I don't trust you handling my jewelry, or talking about me in public. You're definitely the guy to ask about strippers, though.
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Today's Headlines [Nov. 11th, 2005|11:47 am]
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After this.

Chase's ex-paramours hospitalized after airport scuffle
All parties insist incident was 'prank gone wrong'

Two men formerly linked with "actress" Cordelia Chase, the current wife of hearththrob Orlando Bloom, find themselves in New York City hospital beds after, apparently, injuring each other. Police insist that the incident involving communications entrepeneur Todd Campbell and Harry Osborn, the even wealthier heir of the Oscorp fortune, was an "unfortunate prank" but "grounds for no criminal charges."

Eyewitnesses report that Osborn approached Campbell, at which time Campbell hit Osborn with a large golf club. A third party, identified as Oscorp Employee Phillip Santini, then discharged a weapon, apparently in Campbell's direction. Injuries to the knees of both parties are reported. However, spokesmen for Campbell and Osborn alike insisted that the incident was staged as a rehearsal for the "Rich Boys Gone Wild" episode of MTV's Punk'd. Asked if this explained Campbell's earlier alleged assault on Osborn, at a New York night club, both parties refused to comment, with Campbell's spokesman adding, "I don't know what you're talking about, that never happened."

Osborn and Campbell actually seem to have more things in common than otherwise. Besides their former associations with Ms. Chase, both lost fathers in tragic circumstances, and -- some have speculated -- may be attempting to compensate for this emotional void by living extravagant lifestyles and dating long strings of women.

Campbell, however, was believed to be on the road to a quieter life, with his engagement to nightclub proprieter Paige Halliburton. Reached for comment, Ms. Honeywell -- who seems intent on going through with the wedding scheduled for December 21st at Fenway Park -- stated that she was "not familiar" with the nature of Campbell's "personal relationship" with Osborn. Furthermore, Halliwell seemed remarkably unconcerned regarding her fiance's welfare casually stating that she would "go and see if he's okay."

So far, no charges have been filed regarding the incident.


*OOC -- Cards, flowers, and condolences for Todd during his recovery period are of course welcome.
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TM-challenge: Mirror [Oct. 29th, 2005|12:27 pm]
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What do you think when you look in the mirror?

I look in the mirror and all I see is a young old man with only a dream.

Oh wait. That's not me. That's Patrick Swayze.

Who will no doubt be commenting in this journal momentarily. When you do tag in, Mr. Swayze, perhaps you can explain the powerful black magic assuring that, while I have lost the memory of so much of my long lifespan -- including my real name, homecountry, and the identties of my parents -- I have not been able to hire a shaman, witch or sorcerer who can eradicate a single note of the soundtrack to Dirty Dancing.

Let me try again. . .

I'll be your mirror, reflect what you are, in case you don't know. I'll be the wind, the rain, and the sunset, the light on your door to show that you're home.

No, wait, that's Lou Reed. As sung by Nico. Did she really have any talent, or was she foisted on the band? Discuss. Though Darla, dear, if you girls are still looking to do a trio for the wedding, that might be an interesting choice. Dru could stand in for Buffy.

Do over. . .

I'm starting with the man in the mirror. I'm asking him to change his ways.

Yes, that would be Michael Jackson. No comment.

Let me call up some Bruce. . .

I take my look in the mirror. Wanna change my clothes my hair my face.

OK, honestly? Not so much. But please, you think Bruce does either? It's such a line. Shuffle the IPod and. . .yet more Bruce:

It's a sad man, my friend, who's livin' in his own skin, and can't stand the company.

Ah yes. Truer words never spoken. And not a problem I'm likely to have. I wish everyone were as easy for me to get along with as I am.
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