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Having a blast with the celebs, artists and exhibits at Planet Comicon Kansas City. Picked up Hot Toys Captain America in his stealth uniform and a few other goodies. Most importantly, I met Hayley Atwell and picked up an autographed photo from her. So many celebs in one convention, including Jeremy Bullock (Boba Fett), Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca), Lou Ferrigno, DMC Darrell McDaniels, Jason Mewes, and many more. And tonight, Kevin Smith speaks to the crowd. Such an awesome day.
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jeo4 updated his STATUS: 6 months ago

Happy Thanksgiving, MFC! I hope the day filled with good memories for everyone!
Joe Scorpio
Joe Scorpio at 10:22 PM Nov 26

Right back at you, my friend.

Otis_Driftwood
Otis_Driftwood at 10:33 PM Nov 26

You too my friend.

Glinda
Glinda at 03:00 PM Nov 29

Thanks friend, and I hope you and yours had a fantastic day as well!

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jeo4 updated his STATUS: 6 months ago

I've just had my first real 'people of Wal-Mart' moment this afternoon. I just saw some dork roaming the aisles with - I shit you not - a holstered broadsword on his back. He looked about as dangerous as Urkel would have if he'd carried a sword on his back.
Joe Scorpio
Joe Scorpio at 06:01 PM Nov 16

Haha! You stay classy, Wally World.

That reminds me of that Jaleel White Scion commercial.

Glinda
Glinda at 06:29 PM Nov 16

lol oh man, that place!

the hash slinging slasher
the hash slinging slasher at 11:09 PM Nov 16

I avoid that place as much as I can.

jeo4 updated his STATUS: 6 months ago

RIP Nick Bockwinkel.
jeo4 updated his STATUS: 6 months ago

Glad to see the Chiefs get a win in Denver, for a change.
jeo4 posted a VIDEO item: 7 months ago

I really miss STP.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjJL9DGU7Gg

timmyd
timmyd at 10:15 PM Nov 14

great band

grelber37
grelber37 at 03:15 AM Nov 15

I always crank Interstate Love Song when it comes on. I should probably crank this YouTube thing right now. Thanks, jeo.

Laksmikanti
Laksmikanti at 10:48 AM Nov 29

PLUSH MAN... PLUSH..
Love this band.

jeo4 updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

My thoughts go out to the people of Paris today. I hope they find comfort in this time as we offer our solidarity to a nation that has given so much to the world. They deserve justice and above all, peace.
grelber37
grelber37 at 01:24 PM Nov 14

I had a similar thought to Laksmi's. Any European nation--including France--has had to rebuild itself again and again and again over the centuries. And, that is France's history.

However, words can neither capture nor remove the tragedy of the present moment. The degree of human failure is too profound for words. One cannot comprehend that we human beings must "solve" our problems this way. And, if we can somewhat comprehend, a person cannot accept passively this aspect of human nature.

the hash slinging slasher
the hash slinging slasher at 12:20 AM Nov 15

my thoughts go out to all the people affected, can't imagine what they're going through.

Joe Scorpio
Joe Scorpio at 12:39 AM Nov 15

What a terrible tragedy that no one saw coming. My thoughts and prayers are with all of the people and their family and friends that were affected by this cowardly act.

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jeo4 updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

The point of seeing a film is for viewers to be surprised and entertained by the discovery. It's how you get to know the characters and become involved in the story, by taking that walk with them. So why is the mouse house giving so much away for The Force Awakens and now even for Episode VIII?? What purpose could this possibly serve when ticket sales and merchandising are already through the roof? Please, mouse marketing dumbasses...no more spoilers.
Cochise
Cochise at 01:29 PM Nov 09

I hope you're right cause I don't like it at all either man, it should be as fresh as an experience as possible. But I mean it hasn't failed Marvel/Disney after how many movies and the other studios by now so... unfortunately I don't really see the strategy changing or backfiring anytime soon

Joe Scorpio
Joe Scorpio at 04:50 PM Nov 09

You all make some great points so here's my 2 cents for anyone who cares.

I don't like spoilers on subjects that I haven't seen yet in something I have great interest in. In the case of 'Star Wars' there's nothing more I love in the entertainment industry. For me it's a lot of trial and error. In 1999, I was spoiled by a key plot point for EPISODE I by one of the track names several weeks before the release of the movie. A couple of months ago, IGN spoiled a HUGE cast member returning for EPSIODE VIII. I have not been back to that site since then. And it's not like that was the name of the article either. If it had been 'Cast member returns to the set of EPISODE VIII' I would have been perfectly fine with. But no, they had the actor's name right there in the fucking title.

Fast forward to recently here on MFC and I saw 2 different video screenshots last week that were shots of the film that hadn't been released publicly yet. One of those shots was a HUGE fucking spoiler and it was right there on the main page, showing the 20 most recent videos posted. I am really contemplating about only coming on to MFC to view certain peoples' pages.

Bottom line, some people like to be spoiled while others hate it. Just as a point of common courtesy, I would only hope people on here would take that into consideration while posting status updates, pics, videos, blogs and such, because even if they don't think it's a big deal, it might be to someone else.

timmyd
timmyd at 07:44 PM Nov 09

@Joe Scorpio , well said.

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jeo4 updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

The Peanuts Movie: 7/10. Fans of the original strip will appreciate how closely the film stuck to the original material. The storyline was very good and the theme was perfect. I think the delivery could have been tighter, but otherwise a fun afternoon.
RetroMovieCritic
RetroMovieCritic at 01:02 AM Nov 09

That's good to know...because often times famous cartoon strips made into a feature movie, don't always hold up well with quality and staying close enough to the source material.

Glinda
Glinda at 01:56 PM Nov 09

Great to hear! I'm so looking so forward to this one. I'm waiting til it comes out for home viewing but definitely excited for it.

jeo4 created a LIST: 7 months ago

My Almost 31 Days Of Halloween: Movies I Watched In October From Our Blu-Ray/DVD Collection

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1. 28 Days Later
2. An American Werewofl In London
3. The Conjuring
4. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)
5. Dracula (1931)
6. Dawn Of The Dead
7. The Exorcist
8. The Faculty
9. John Carpenter's The Fog
10. From Dusk Till Dawn
11. Ghostbusters
12. Ghostbusters 2
13. Jurassic World
14. The Legend Of Hell House
15. The Mist
16. The Ninth Gate
17. The Others
18. Resident Evil
19. Sleepy Hollow
20. John Carpenter's The Thing
21. The Village
22. The Woman In Black
23. Young Frankenstein
24. Zombieland
Joe Scorpio
Joe Scorpio at 06:40 AM Nov 09

Some great stuff right there.

Glinda
Glinda at 01:57 PM Nov 09

Great month of movies.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 07:34 PM Nov 18

Cool list! Many great films!

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jeo4 posted a BLOG item 7 months ago

Thirty Years In The Making

World-series-champions

1985 was a year of great films and great sports memories. I got my first car, an Olds 442. My best friend Joe (Scorpio) and I were having a lot of fun seeing movies and being kids. Things were going great the first few months of that year. From there, things seemed to head south. My mother collapsed at work from the early stages of heart disease. My grandfather (her father) had two heart attacks. My grandmother was told her cancer had returned and she only had a few months to live. Then came the news that my father had been promoted and in my junior year of high school, we were moving away from Kansas City to a small town in the middle of Kansas, far from my family and friends.

One of the better memories of the year came thanks to baseball. The Royals and the Cardinals were in the World Series. And it was great to see unfold. My parents were away looking for a house in the town where Dad's new job was. Grandma was being treated, so she couldn't be with us. As a result, my grandfather stayed with my sister, brother and me that week and we watched the series together. We were there when the final out was called and we were all smiles as Kansas City won their first World Series Championship. The next morning, Joe called us and said those famous words: "How 'bout them Royals?" It was one of the better memories I had that year.

Two months later, we were moved. I was the new kid at a decidedly more hostile school. My grandmother died on Christmas Eve. I remember thinking how much things were going to change from then on. It was a terrible way to end the year. I look back at that year and remember how many fun movies we saw and how great it was to watch the series and share with friends and family and I miss the closeness we all had at the time. It was a thin thread to hold onto at the end of a lousy year, but I held onto it.

I managed okay in my new surroundings. I met a girl. She was around about as long as the Olds was. I still miss the car, at least. I directed a play at 17 and picked up a Theater scholarship. I made a few friends along the way.

My grandparents are all long gone now, though I remember them fondly. My parents have been divorced since the year I graduated high school. (Believe me, some people should not be together, so this divorce wasn't a bad thing.) I've been back in Kansas City since 1988. Things haven't been too bad since then...in fact, they've been mostly very good. I'm thankful for that.

Fast forward to 2015. Here I am in the middle of another huge set of changes in my life, but under much better circumstances. I left a job where I was burned out. I paid off all my debts. I'm back in college now and my health is improving without the excessive stress or worry. Joe and I are both married to outstanding women, both of whom I can say without fear of contradiction have contributed greatly to our well-being and success.

We still get together now and again to see films or go to games, the next film coming very obviously in December. We've had a lot of terrific memories in the last 30 years. The most recent happened again at the hands of the Kansas City Royals. This years World Series came without controversy and without a doubt. The 2015 team is far superior to its 1985 predecessors and the way they came back over and over made their win that much more impressive. I will always remember the last strike being called and the team piling onto the field. I'll remember the entire city showing up for the parade and rally. And as I've done a few times in my life now, I'll remember looking up and smiling at Grandpa and thinking those words that Joe said to me all those years ago: How 'bout them Royals?


Mood: Happy
XSsoCX
XSsoCX at 09:59 PM Nov 06

Beautiful write-up, my friend. Congratulations to your Royals. They were such a fun team to watch this post season.

Oh, and my Cardinals were robbed back in '85. ;p :)

Joe Scorpio
Joe Scorpio at 12:19 AM Nov 07

Excellent blog, dude!

Hosmer running home in the top of the 9th in Game 5 will be forever etched in my brain. There are no George Bretts on the 2015 team, but God damn if every one of them came through at least one time when we needed them to.

jeo4 updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

Congratulations to the Kansas City Royals, 2015 World Series Champions!
Otis_Driftwood
Otis_Driftwood at 01:08 AM Nov 02

Congrats to KC! They played like all Hell!

Joe Scorpio
Joe Scorpio at 07:00 AM Nov 02

Unreal, my friend. Unfuckingreal.

jeo4 updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

Five hours nine minutes later, after 14 innings, game one of the World Series is over. Both teams put up a huge effort in what is the longest game one in Series history. It was a classic matchup and I'm excited to see how it ends. With all that said, my thoughts go out to Edinson Volquez, who learned after stepping off the mound this evening that his father had passed away.
Otis_Driftwood
Otis_Driftwood at 12:22 PM Oct 28

What a marathon of a game. Wow! My condolences to Edison Volquez too.

jeo4 updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

Congratulations to the Kansas City Royals, American League Champions!!
Otis_Driftwood
Otis_Driftwood at 12:14 PM Oct 24

Mets better not take 'em lightly...they are dangerous!

jeo4 updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

Crimson Peak: 7/10. Think Victorian era ghost tale with Del Toro visual effects combined with a good dose of Wuthering Heights. Solid story telling, albeit predictable in places. Not a bad day at the cinema.
Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 11:28 PM Oct 23

Glad you liked it!

Weapon X
Weapon X at 07:09 AM Oct 24

My theater-mate was squirming regularly.

Glinda
Glinda at 05:11 PM Oct 24

Fun movie.

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jeo4 updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

Congratulations to the New York Mets, National League Champions!
Otis_Driftwood
Otis_Driftwood at 11:49 AM Oct 22

Oh yeah. Let's go Mets!

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