― Chris Lyons, Sunday, 13 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
Favorite Episode Available on Rihno: I Accuse My Parents or
Catalina Caper. Favorite Episode Overall: Alien From
L.A.. Favorite Short: The Days of Our Years. Favorite Riff
Sequences: The Beau Brummels at the Whiskey-A-Go-Go in Village of
the Giants and Fat Linda Rondstadt in The Incredible Melting
Man. Favorite Riff: The Albert Goldman/Greil Marcus ref in The
Pod People and the "...Massapequa, Massapequa Park, Amityville,
Copaigue, Lindenhurst and Babylon. Change at Jamaica for..." line in
The fifteen-minute promo they did for Nintendo; the "sandwich" sketch
at the end of The Undead; the long string of lesbian jokes in
Racket Girls; and, ultimately, the movie, which while v. good,
probably should never have been made; and finally, the various
asinine copyright issues that pretty much will ensure its limited
availability in non-bootleg form to future generations.
― Michael Daddino, Sunday, 13 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
Herein a mystery -- what is this? Given that they're such gaming
addicts I'm not surprised they did it...
― Ned Raggett, Sunday, 13 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
But if I'm being honest, I love nearly every one. The only one I
think I would destroy is Hamlet, because the adaptation was so static
and dull it was hard to make jokes from.
― Nicole, Sunday, 13 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
I brought the subject up because I think it's high time we discussed
it at length. A lot of Americans on ILx are pretty vocal about their
MST3K-love, but for obvious reasons, much of the UK posse have never
even seen the show. Those who have only know the Sci-Fi era shows
(and can't get Rhino tapes, either), so they're only getting part of
Don't get me wrong, I'm not a Comedy-Central purist at all. The
primary reason I got slowly peeved at the AOL NY MST3K contingent was
because they were by and large vehemently Anti-Mike, going on and on
about how the show was a bunch of boring crap now and how cute and
sexy Joel was. I just couldn't see it. Admittedly, though, by the
time MST3K left CC, the show's early, woozy charm had long faded
away -- but it was replaced by something else that, while slick, was
still awfully entertaining. (Charm isn't everything.) At the other
end of the history spectrum, the KTMAs aren't bad at all, but
all woozy charm and few laffs. Still, that won't matter if you're
already a fan.
The worst movie they ever did was, easily, Monster A Go-Go.
Scroungily overamped "What'd I Say"-rip at the beginning, but
looooong stretches of black & white nothingness punctuated by perhaps
the most infuriating cinematic anticlimax ever. Next in line is
Manos: The Hands of Fate. It's my impression that MST3K almost
single-handedly velcroed this flick onto the Canon of Bad Movies, and
that's a good thing, because it's a startling artifact with a great
story behind it.
Favorite Sci-Fi-era Episode: Jack Frost. Indeed, every episode
involving a children's movie is sterling.
Best Acting in a MST3K Episode: Beverly Garland reads the riot act to
The Celery From Outer Space in It Conquered The World. Bela
Lugosi tells a fellow scientist off in Bride of the Monster.
Crow vs. Crow: Trace-Crow is more neurotic, Bill-Crow is more snide,
yet once Bill got in the groove, I seriously think they were in equal
Joel vs. Mike:
Extraneous thought: if in some alternative universe Catalina
Caper was a good, no, GREAT movie, the Avalanches' album would be
its soundtrack. Perhaps we could kindly suggest to Tim Burton a
I was going to throw in a link to the article with all the info, but
dammit, it's expired! Your vision of a new Catalina Caper
thrills and disturbs my soul.
― Josh, Sunday, 13 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
― chaki, Monday, 14 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
i is brit and loving the mst3k. it can grate if you're not in the
right mood, but fuck that for a game of toy soldiers. I also liked
the film (riffing on This Island Earth -- fave bit is when the alien
is explaining about the fate of his planet "a-huh, yeah, yup... got
― Alan Trewartha, Monday, 14 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
― Michael Daddino, Monday, 14 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
― Dan Perry, Monday, 14 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
― Pete, Monday, 14 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
Anyway, I adored the show. Was a staunch Mike defender in the Mike
v. Joel days, now I'm not so sure. Favorite bit (of all time): "Are
You Happy In Your Work?"
― Colin Meeder, Monday, 14 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
Colin -- yeah, I remember you were email@example.com, but the
stalking? No, not that.
The boards also attracted a number of true mental cases, most
unforgettably KeijiKJ. He was similar to Gondola Blob in that he
indulged in casebook net.kook behavior: delusions of professionalism,
snottily dismissive of any random thing, threw around the
word "clique" a lot. I've even heard stories that he scared the
bejesus out of BB members during the first con. I personally had a
thoroughly pointless argument with him about the population of the
cities in California.
Concerning Mike, I'll say this: there are quite a few times during
the Sci-Fi-era when he seemed to be sending out his performance via
Fed Ex. Sad, because it was clear after CC he was capable of much
better. But you know, a lot of the Sci-Fi-era episodes that initially
seemed kinda minor and kinda eh to me now strike me as being
I'm waiting on Mike's next collection of essays and novel myself. The
Megacheese collection was a scream.
― Ned Raggett, Monday, 14 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
Stalking resulted from an unfortunate IRL encounter with a nice
enough person. I thought it was a lovely afternoon, she thought it
was TRUE LOVE FOREVER. Eek. The story resolved harmlessly enough --
she found TRUE LOVE FOREVER again with another MSTie, and this time
it was returned.
MST3K was never that big a part of my life - I watched it
sporadically, and I always seemed to be in the wrong state of mind to
truly enjoy it. I'll side with the Joel phreex, though, just because
bald is sexy. (I'm getting sexier by the minute.)
― David Raposa, Monday, 14 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
But wasn't Mike balder than Joel? I'm confused. No matter. I'm
balder than both, and I agree with David.
― Brian MacDonald, Monday, 14 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
― ethan, Monday, 14 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
― Nicole, Tuesday, 15 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
I think that my slight preference for Joel has something to do with a
sense that the guy's a bit . . . off, where Mike is merely charming
― Colin Meeder, Tuesday, 15 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
― Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 15 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
― Michael Daddino, Tuesday, 15 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
But yes, Mike has the angst in there somewhere. He just tempers it
very beautifully -- thus his legendary turn as Morrissey.
― Colin Meeder, Thursday, 17 January 2002 01:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink
To add to the book recommendations -- Mike N.'s general essay book Mind Over Matters is another fine read (the TV essay alone is some kinda genius, the mock 19th century novel even more so), while I very much liked Kevin Murphy's A Year at the Movies. Chris Piuma mentioned he felt it was fairly Joe Queenan-like and therefore not as distinct as it could be, but I think it was handled very well and worked as both microstudy of the moviegoing experience and general reflection. Certainly any of the ILF/film-going hounds on this board should consider reading/borrowing a copy, at least. Then there's Mike's new novel Death Rat, which I really need to order next month...
And praise to all the other castmembers doing things and the continual rolling out of more DVDs, though apparently Rhino says they've exhausted what they have the rights to right now and are looking into securing more, hopefully...
― Ned Raggett (Ned), Sunday, 25 May 2003 15:08 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
― Ned Raggett (Ned), Sunday, 25 May 2003 15:11 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
― mark s (mark s), Sunday, 25 May 2003 15:12 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
― Michael Daddino (epicharmus), Sunday, 25 May 2003 15:16 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
― Martin Skidmore (Martin Skidmore), Sunday, 25 May 2003 15:21 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
― N. (nickdastoor), Sunday, 25 May 2003 15:24 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
― Nicole (Nicole), Sunday, 25 May 2003 15:34 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
― Ned Raggett (Ned), Sunday, 25 May 2003 15:52 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
"Bad touch.""Does this mean I like guys now?""I feel ill.""Spanking time!"
― Ernest P. (ernestp), Sunday, 25 May 2003 15:58 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
― Ned Raggett (Ned), Sunday, 25 May 2003 16:02 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
Keep in mind that the fidelity on these files is sometimes suprisingly good considering the size, and sometimes fairly bad, but even the worst files usually have more than enough detail for a person to get what's going on.
I'm hoping the DVD is a Santa Claus vs. The Martians/Santa Claus double fun pak. It is going to come out late 2003, after all.
Later I may want to say something about MST3K in light of Mark's venting on Zappa, but right now I want to go to Central Park and maybe the Malevich exhibit before it starts raining (again).
― Michael Daddino (epicharmus), Sunday, 25 May 2003 16:33 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
― Anthony Miccio (Anthony Miccio), Sunday, 25 May 2003 19:29 (thirteen years ago) Permalink
Reptilicus is such a classic. Fun fact: Dirch Passer was such a star back then, that a working title for the film was 'Dirch and the Dragon'
― Frederik B, Monday, 17 April 2017 21:08 (one week ago) Permalink
Weird that the movie ditches him halfway through, then. Patton's intro of the movie as starring Dirch Passer and...? was the first thing I laughed at.
The episode itself was pretty funny. I agree with the sentiment that they seem to be anticipating the riffs a bit too much--a few times I swear their jokes come in ahead of what they're riffing on. There is a bit of dead air here and there, undoubtedly the result of Reptilicus being a pretty boring film for something about a giant lizard attacking Copenhagen. The non-movie segments were whatever--but as I've said before, I never really cared much about anything but the riffing.
― some sad trombone Twilight Zone shit (cryptosicko), Monday, 17 April 2017 21:19 (one week ago) Permalink
I'm halfway through the first ep and not hating it. Several things that aren't working all that well seem like the kind of thing they can find their groove with, given time. Particularly the timing of some riffs (agreed about crammed-in verbiage and slightly-ahead-of-schedule delivery, both of which suggest yet-unsettled nerves to me), and the general personality of the skits which so far are meh. Surprised they'd go immediately for a 'song' skit rather than something that helps establish the vibe between new guy and the robots.
Also agreed that the voices are too samey. New Servo is no Kevin Murphy but then, nobody is. Nobody seems to have a talent for impressions/voices the way that Trace (and also Mike and in his way Joel) did, but that's something that it doesn't make sense to really judge this quickly. Mostly I'm just glad that the stuff I was really bracing myself for them to get wrong or too-slick hasn't exactly felt that way. This could actually end up being... good!
― long dark poptart of the rodeo (Doctor Casino), Monday, 17 April 2017 21:24 (one week ago) Permalink
from what i can tell, at 5 eps in, the joke pacing slows down
― jason waterfalls (gbx), Monday, 17 April 2017 21:25 (one week ago) Permalink
Oh, it seems the American version cuts out the best scene with Dirch :( Here it is:
― Frederik B, Monday, 17 April 2017 21:49 (one week ago) Permalink
i was ready to cringe @ the monster rap and it's still only an OK bit but they got me back w/
"And by that I mean Jiufeng and Peng, giant Chinese birds, and one of them turns into a fish."
― ein Sexmonster (Jimmy The Mod Awaits The Return Of His Beloved), Monday, 17 April 2017 21:50 (one week ago) Permalink
Nu Servo has a Phil Hartman/Zap Brannigan kind of voice which suits his character. I can't always distinguish between him and Jonah yet. (sidenote, i always thought kevin murphy as servo was too influenced by dennis miller's style of passing off obscure references as jokes. no idea if it was really murphy or one of the other writers.)
― Einstein, Kazanga, Sitar (abanana), Monday, 17 April 2017 22:04 (one week ago) Permalink
i guess it depends, as ever, on whether you know the obscure refs or not...
"Get Courtney Love!"
― Supercreditor (Dr Morbius), Monday, 17 April 2017 22:08 (one week ago) Permalink
I think it was Rosenbaum who pointed out the "Flemish painting" line in The Movie as an example of a dumb miller-esque line used as filler.
yes: final paragraph of http://www.jonathanrosenbaum.net/1996/04/no-joke/
― Einstein, Kazanga, Sitar (abanana), Tuesday, 18 April 2017 01:21 (one week ago) Permalink
OK I was trying not to be cynical during the development, but the first episode was just an exhausting onslaught of riffs. It really needed to breath better. Certain riffs would have been better if they weren't sandwiched between 5-6 others in a relentless burst. The delivery was a little too try-hard as well. It's not like they didn't let you breathe but there were way too many portions I found overwhelming.
― Evan, Tuesday, 18 April 2017 01:35 (one week ago) Permalink
I like the verse in Monster rap when they rhyme Luxembourg with itself x 5, it makes me laugh
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Tuesday, 18 April 2017 02:11 (one week ago) Permalink
The Time Travelers turned out to be a decent (if dated) movie. I liked how it used magic tricks instead of special effects. The riffs didn't work for me in the competently made sections. Its skits were the best yet.
― Einstein, Kazanga, Sitar (abanana), Tuesday, 18 April 2017 04:59 (one week ago) Permalink
That's one of my least favorite things Rosenbaum ever wrote. (Though I do agree The Movie is no great shakes.)
― insidious assymetrical weapons (Eric H.), Tuesday, 18 April 2017 15:18 (one week ago) Permalink
Also just reminds me of the Master Ninja riff. "Let Dennis Miller do Dennis Miller, Demi!"
― Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 18 April 2017 15:32 (one week ago) Permalink
Har Mar Superstar is a bit much.
― how's life, Tuesday, 18 April 2017 17:30 (one week ago) Permalink
Avalanche: soporific Corman-produced 70s disaster movie. The tendency to cram riffs into every free space is apparent here. Lots of figure skating without dialogue, so they make up silly move names that I didn't find funny. During the ending there's a long silence, and they fill it with... letters to tripadvisor? who writes letters to a website? There's also a skit with another terrible song. Best jokes come from the genre-awareness, that the movie tries to get away with its filler and bad characters because of the title. Love the riffs where they personify and root for the avalanche.
― Einstein, Kazanga, Sitar (abanana), Wednesday, 19 April 2017 19:43 (one week ago) Permalink
Avalanche and At The Earth's Core are the two that I am most looking forward to watching, as I vaguely remember both movies as Saturday afternoon filler on TV as a kid.
― some sad trombone Twilight Zone shit (cryptosicko), Wednesday, 19 April 2017 21:48 (one week ago) Permalink
IIRC some footage from Avalanche is also used to dress up 1979's awful Meteor with the sense that the meteors are indeed wreaking disaster around the globe. (Not sure where they got the Hong Kong tidal wave stuff in the same sequence.) So really, you see that flick and you're really covering your Saturday afternoon TV filler bases.
― long dark poptart of the rodeo (Doctor Casino), Wednesday, 19 April 2017 22:34 (one week ago) Permalink
avalanche was fun imo! the tripadvisor riffs made me lol, and i liked the iceskating riffs too. idk that this show holds up to too much deep scrutiny? even the old seasons would buckle under too much in-depth analysis
Beast of Holllow Mountain is enjoyable for the shared audience & riffer agitation of WHEN IS THE MONSTER GOING TO SHOW UP. It is a really weird awkward not good movie but the riffing is fun & has a more relaxed pace imo
i think they are getting better at the more continuous riffs vs rapid-fire one offs
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Thursday, 20 April 2017 02:09 (one week ago) Permalink
this show is like super important and formed a lot of what comedy is to us idiot losers born in the 70s and 80s.
― kurt schwitterz, Thursday, 20 April 2017 03:27 (one week ago) Permalink
i get that
idk. i feel like exegesis is to comedy as nutrition is to big macs. it starts to feel more like science & less like the fun thing it was intended.
but that's always been my beef with comedy conversations on ilx so i should probably get over it by now & just let nerds be nerds <3
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Thursday, 20 April 2017 03:57 (one week ago) Permalink
Land that time forgot is shaping up to be the perfect lazily entertaining mst episode
― ein Sexmonster (Jimmy The Mod Awaits The Return Of His Beloved), Thursday, 20 April 2017 04:14 (one week ago) Permalink
Finally got to watch Reptilicus. Agreed that the riffs seemed to be coming too fast and the timing was off - wish they had edited their material a bit and let it breathe more. I still enjoyed it a lot, largely because it's a great movie for riffing. There was a stretch starting with "how about reportercus shutupicus?" where I laughed at every riff for like two minutes
― Vinnie, Thursday, 20 April 2017 08:10 (one week ago) Permalink
^^ Started watching Ep. 1 last night and ended up stopping it early because I had a headache and needed to lie down. But there were many time where riffs had me laughing so hard I was crying during the stretch you mention and even after. Especially good were, "Father! You remembered my birthday! But what did you do to my pony?!" and "A fire in the aquarium? This'll sort itself out."
― Lauren Schumer Donor (Phil D.), Thursday, 20 April 2017 11:56 (one week ago) Permalink
The Beast of Hollow Mountain: genre mismatch of oater and monster movie, with a script worse than you'd suspect. The monster part takes a while to start up, but when it does, oh boy. They finally start building on riffs over time. (Are the episodes listed in the order they made them? It feels like it.)
So far I'd rate the episodes1. Reptilicus2. The Beast of Hollow Mountain3. The Time Travelers4. Cry Wilderness5. Avalanche
― Einstein, Kazanga, Sitar (abanana), Thursday, 20 April 2017 12:40 (one week ago) Permalink
reportercus shutupticus cracked me up so much
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Friday, 21 April 2017 01:09 (one week ago) Permalink
I watched Cry Wilderness last night and it was amazing. The pace and sharpness of the jokes had me in near-hysterics the entire time. (And the host segment with the Servo clones felt really Mike-era to me.)
― Lauren Schumer Donor (Phil D.), Friday, 21 April 2017 13:13 (one week ago) Permalink
Oh, and when the kid was hitchhiking up the mountain and the truck pulled up, I said to my wife, "Oh, please, let there be a 'Rowsdower' joke." I was only off by one scene!
― Lauren Schumer Donor (Phil D.), Friday, 21 April 2017 13:15 (one week ago) Permalink
Agreed that the initial eps are too frenetic and intense, with the riffs arriving before your brain can process what it's seen. They seem to start to relax and inhabit the moment better beginning with Star Crash or so. This makes some sense because I think they recorded every show in one massive push, which must have been gruelling. Haven't finished the season yet (on Land that Time Forgot) but I think they stuck the landing.
The characters need some more time to settle in – Servo's not quite there yet; I miss the dumber, kind-hearted Gypsy, I can see why they felt compelled to do something about her but right now she has no real personality, I assume that'll come. In the theater each of them sounds like the other so much I can't tell them apart, which wasn't true in the Joel/Mike shows where Joel and Mike have very distinct personalities from the bots.
Some skits are really weak and others are stunners (the monster rap), which is just like the original show. When you went back to the set you never really knew which you'd get. I have to say that the skits with the Mads are so far generally not that great, but we'll see how it goes. (Interesting that they relocated the 'conversations with people outside the ship' to the Mads rather than on the satellite.)
I wonder how people who weren't MST fans before are liking the show, I really hope they are, so they get some more time to see where they can go. Now we can see that rebooting the show with a new cast was the right call, I don't think people would really take to a reunion/nostalgia act.
Huge article on MST history, some great stuff in here: https://www.wired.com/2014/04/mst3k-oral-history/
― Brakhage, Friday, 21 April 2017 16:43 (one week ago) Permalink
plan on finally catching up w this this weekend.
lol @ "Rowsdower" i just watched that episode. "He looks like a clown without makeup"
― AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Friday, 21 April 2017 17:03 (one week ago) Permalink
Starcrash is great
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Saturday, 22 April 2017 07:30 (one week ago) Permalink
Starcrash is one of my favorite movies. it is peak late 70s post-Star Wars cheap Italian rip-off. they were smart about it and got James Bond's John Barry to do the soundtrack. it is way more colorful than any other post glam rock sci fi even Flash Gordon. do they riff the international cut? there is an original cut of the film that features some extended performances that were cut because they were too hammy.
i caught some of the first episode last night. i like it! it feels very much like watching a new MST3K. i admit the voice for Tom Servo threw me off at first during the theater scenes but he ended up making me laugh anyways. this crew shows promise! i can't wait to watch Starcrash. i'll probably skip ahead...
― AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Saturday, 22 April 2017 18:05 (one week ago) Permalink
i laughed so hard so many times
also i'm in love w nina cassini now
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Saturday, 22 April 2017 18:30 (one week ago) Permalink
― AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Saturday, 22 April 2017 18:45 (one week ago) Permalink
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl)
would you say you're... obsessed with her?
― increasingly bonkers (rushomancy), Saturday, 22 April 2017 18:56 (one week ago) Permalink
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Saturday, 22 April 2017 19:12 (one week ago) Permalink
what's gypsy's deal
how come she's only ever in each thing like once
― del griffith, Saturday, 22 April 2017 19:17 (one week ago) Permalink
and what's the basket thing she's always either picking up or dropping off
is it secret
― del griffith, Saturday, 22 April 2017 19:18 (one week ago) Permalink
oh nevermind according to the Wikipedia, she's too busy/smart to care. also she's a notary, that's cool
― del griffith, Saturday, 22 April 2017 19:26 (one week ago) Permalink
ending riff to Loves of Hercules had me in tears, omg
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Sunday, 23 April 2017 04:47 (six days ago) Permalink
Cry Wilderness was very funny too. 2-for-2 so far! Are the skits shorter than they used to be? it seems like they come and go more quickly
― Vinnie, Sunday, 23 April 2017 06:23 (six days ago) Permalink
yeah they are much more compact
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Sunday, 23 April 2017 06:35 (six days ago) Permalink
Wizards of the Lost Kingdom is bananas
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Sunday, 23 April 2017 08:20 (six days ago) Permalink
Starcrash is besting me. I have no idea what is happening in that movie. Watched the first half a second time, still no idea.
Its riff frequency is a lot better though. They even held back when David Hasselhoff was shouting "Stella!"
― Einstein, Kazanga, Sitar (abanana), Sunday, 23 April 2017 11:39 (six days ago) Permalink
Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II - less pants, not *as* bananas, 100% more David Carradine
― Yoni Loves Chocha (VegemiteGrrl), Sunday, 23 April 2017 21:51 (six days ago) Permalink
The Land That Time Forgot: based on a Burroughs story, it starts off well, then gets sidetracked by its makeup and hand puppets -- pretty good hand puppets, mind, but not good enough to come across as full-sized dinosaurs. Lots of riffs on bland, Shatner-looking leading man Doug McClure, star of long-running but forgotten TV oater "The Virginian". Many references to Simpsons character Troy McClure, and this season loves its Simpsons references. Also Game of Thrones, which gets three different riffs in this episode alone.
The Loves of Hercules: my favorite so far. One of those bad movies I love that combines pleasurably incompetent parts with painfully boring parts. It's great how they forgot how to shoot a movie during the Hydra fight. The simple plot means I don't need to expend brain energy to follow both the movie and the riffs. And the riffs definitely help getting through those boring parts. I laughed a lot.
― Einstein, Kazanga, Sitar (abanana), Wednesday, 26 April 2017 14:37 (three days ago) Permalink
'The Land That Time Forgot' felt like an odd inclusion to me - it's a classic! I must have seen that once a year since I was a kid. It's like putting 'Journey to the Centre of the Earth', or 'Jason and the Argonauts' on there.
― Eallach mhór an duine leisg (dowd), Wednesday, 26 April 2017 16:09 (three days ago) Permalink