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Sodoff Baldrick

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About Sodoff Baldrick

  • Birthday 08/25/1971

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  • Website URL
    http://www.kathrynlively.com
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    livelywriter

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Vah-gin-yuh

Music Fandom

  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
    2
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    Chicago, 2004
  • Favorite Rush Song
    Natural Science
  • Favorite Rush Album
    AFtK
  • Best Rush Experience
    Meeting Ged and Al in VB, 2004
  • Other Favorite Bands
    Traffic, Beatles, REM, Who
  1. If you enjoyed the book, thanks for the kind words. There will be a follow up, to be called Dead Sector A. Working on it later this year. If you didn't like it, sorry about that. I realize not everybody is going to like the book, but I do thank you for giving it a shot.
  2. QUOTE (Hentor @ Jul 22 2011, 11:05 AM) Has anyone read this? Dead Barchetta @ Amazon. Dead Barchetta Actually, I wrote it. http://www.kathrynlively.com http://www.deadbarchetta.com
  3. QUOTE (Tony R @ Feb 13 2011, 05:13 AM) I've PMd FJ from the Admin Team about the registration problems. It certainly has nothing to do with reputation or behaviour on this board!! CP, I am told, gets an average of 80 spam registrations daily. When you register there is a filter question where you are asked to name your favorite Rush album. They look for that as an indicator that you are not a bot. If you registered and didn't plug that in, you might be blasted away with the bots, so be sure to check for it. CP is a great place to go if you're looking for book recommendations, like this one http://www.deadbarchetta.com
  4. QUOTE (JackRelax @ Sep 2 2010, 11:08 AM) Are you insinuating she should get slapped?? Joking or not- not cool!! +1 Really, lay off of Bev, okay? Those who felt the need to vent did, and unless anybody has personally encroached on your space at any concert, what Bev or anybody else does is not our concern. This could be the last time Rush tours in your town, why not keep your eyes on the stage and let security worry about who tries to sneak up front. Insinuating anybody should be knocked upside the head is not cool.
  5. I just have two questions: QUOTE "Remember the girl that came up front in Vegas??? The one that stood up front with me and my wife? Word is that she is going to do it again this show---when she does, I will look at you and could you point her out and say something to security for me?" "Word is...?" Whose word is this? Are there spies trolling the Rushverse that keep tabs on this sort of thing? Also, if this guy had an issue with *anybody* slipping into his space, why doesn't *he* alert security? Why all the covert nodding and signalling? Or, why not just say, "I'm sorry. I don't want to get in trouble by letting you stand here."
  6. QUOTE (RushRevisited @ Sep 1 2010, 12:32 PM) QUOTE (JackRelax @ Sep 1 2010, 01:19 PM) FWIW... I would rather see RushGirl up front rocking her butt off because she is a true hard core fan. VS the 15 or so "contest winners" or "my dad is the lawyer for the venue" types who get front row VS is hardly a contest winner. He is a hard core fan who works hard for the money he shells out for front row. Actually, I believe in JR's post she intended VS to stand for "versus". She would rather see Rushgirl up front versus contest winners who could care less. Looks like a wayward period in the post is causing this confusion. That is all.
  7. I vaguely remember her. I was pretty young when she was on the air, but I remember hearing about her death.
  8. ER jumped for me when Clooney left. With him gone you lost the whole Ross/Green dynamic that was one of the show's strong points.
  9. QUOTE (softfilter @ Jul 20 2006, 02:12 AM) QUOTE (Sodoff Baldrick @ Jul 19 2006, 02:12 PM) He was also on John Larroquette's show Wasen't that a rip off of John Cleese "Fawlty Towers"? FT is still a laugh riot to watch after all these years! Wish they would of made more episodes then they did. Well, JL did a Fawlty ripoff, but that wasn't the show I was referring to. Before that, and after Night Court, "The John Larroquette Show" was this very funny sitcom set in a St. Louis bus depot. Larroquette played a recovering alcoholic who interacted with a number of people who hung out there. One of the cops was played by the same actor who play Dennis Leary's uncle on Rescue Me.
  10. McGinley was Marcy's second husband on Married. Until that point he was known as a "show killer," meaning every time he was cast into a late-running series that show would end soon after. As was the case with Happy Days and Love Boat (I think he was the ship photographer for 20 minutes or something). He was also on John Larroquette's show for a brief time before that one got cancelled. Coincidentally, he was married to one of the show's actresses. And don't ask me how I know so much about this man. I'm not stalking him, okay?
  11. QUOTE (circumstantial tree @ Jul 19 2006, 10:22 AM) As I recall, "jump the shark" originated with the sitcom Happy Days when Fonzie was dared to jump over a cage of sharks while the cast of the show was visiting California, for whatever reason. When that happened, the show's popularity began to fall. When I get time I'll post my own opinions of when particular "jumped the shark". To me it jumped when Ron Howard left. The whole basis of that show was the interaction between Fonz and Richie. With Rich gone, the dynamic changed and just never recovered. Then we stuck with Jenny Piccolo. Bleh.
  12. I couldn't get that kind of tattoo. With my spread it would turn out to be a to scale map of New Zealand.
  13. QUOTE (Schro @ Jul 10 2006, 02:47 PM) But seriously, I rarely walk out of films (I have the "gotta see how the train wreck ends" mentality), but my wife and I did walk out of the movie with Arnie, DeVitto, and Emma Thompson, where Arnie has a baby? Can't remember the name, and imdb doesn't want to cooperate. Anyway, it was bad. Schro Junior
  14. QUOTE (Maddy @ Jul 3 2006, 06:35 AM) QUOTE (The_Enemy_Within @ Jul 3 2006, 03:30 AM) http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a76/XBillieJoeRokzx/560887191_l.jpg That is just begging for a funny caption... <superintendent chalmers> Life-SONNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN! </superintendent chalmers>
  15. A midnight showing of Pink Floyd: The Wall. Not because I didn't enjoy it, but because the theatre had jacked the sound system to Pete Townsend style decibels, and my head was about to explode. I don't mind loud, but this was too uncomfortable for me to enjoy. And one time, during my Rocky Horror cast days, I walked out of the show when I caught my then boyfriend kissing somebody else.
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