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About Dreambiscuit

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    This isn't happening, it just thinks it's happening.
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    Fashioning tomorrow's dreams, buying toys, and being spontaneous (like splashing through public fountains, singing “I Have Confidence” in my best Julie Andrews impersonation). I love creating art and literature when I can (which I'm happy to report usually excludes the tagging of public restrooms), and I have a weakness for live theater and ballet.

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  1. Dreambiscuit

    Mega Thread Last Movie You Watched?

    I watched Far And Away (1992) It’s one of my all-time favorite movies and seemingly unknown or unappreciated by the rest of the world. I love this movie and consider it Tom Cruise’s best. It’s one of the few movies I consider truly perfect. I also watched The Mule (2018) and enjoyed it. Clint Eastwood still has great screen presence.
  2. As a rule I don’t care for micro-series. They do seem like a cheap and lazy way to go. Admittedly there are some I like, but I’d still prefer episodes of 22 minutes as compared to 4 or 5 minutes. It’s easier to keep up with them on Netflix, but on TV they’re hard to find hidden among the other shows on the schedule, and hard to keep up with a whole series because their odd time slots are often scattered anywhere the network can squeeze them in. So I’m okay with them streaming, but not randomly distributed on TV where they can get lost among the commercials.
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    General Why do so many people write love songs?

    Agreed. So many of them are just churned out, unemotional and un-relatable. Like so many songs on any subject, the good ones are few and far between. That's why you can always tell a classic right away. A lot of music artists can be a bit oblivious when it comes to deeper emotions because many of them live a very fast life with little room for reflection. Love takes time and a depth of feeling and thought. Writing a love song that reflects that isn't always very easy to write on cue.
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    This is pretty much my approach. I love to wear black but I have certain outfits I will wear it with and certain ones I won't. Just please make sure you get a good dye that won't bleed into anything else you have on. If you're wearing all black that's fine, but watch out for anything else. Even good dyes aren't foolproof. Test them well before trying.
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    Movies/TV Tangled is a better movie than Frozen

    Tangled is a far better movie than Frozen. Tangled is a fun movie about engaging characters with real concerns and feelings, and free of any tiresome statements that detract from the story. Frozen, while also an enjoyable movie with interesting characters, loses ground by forcing plot elements that don’t fit together well. Both movies have great music, but I’ll give Tangled the win again. “I See The Light” is a stunning song that never fails to bring on the emotions. I love “Let It Go” and I won’t simply discount it because it got overexposed; that wouldn’t be an objective way to judge a song, movie or anything else. All the songs in both movies are really good and I like them quite a lot. I often compare Tangled and Frozen the same way I compare Beauty and the Beast to Lion King. Beauty and the Beast is a better movie and yet Lion King did better at the box office. Everyone poured out to see Frozen and didn’t seem to care about Tangled as much. It doesn’t seem right but that’s the way it goes.
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    General Media How many of these series do you remember

    From the list I remember these: Rocko’s Modern Life. Danny Phantom. My Life As A Teenage Robot. Robots(2005 film). Princess And The Frog. Catdog. PB&J Otter. Both Rugrats Films. Lion King 2. Brandy And Mr. Whiskers. Rugrats. Hoodwinked. The First Spongebob Movie. Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius. (Movie and show). Blinx The Time Sweeper(both games). Spongebob Squarepants Battle For Bikini Bottom. Gex series. I remember the titles but never watched them except for some of the movies. So they're familiar but not in a nostalgic, meaningful way.
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    General Media Is Disney TOO big?

    Yes, Disney is way too big. When a company gets that big they control too many things, which is never good. They influence business, law and economic development, usually at the expense of others who don’t have the power to fight against them. Before long they’ll have a monopoly over film production, distribution and a good chunk of tourism and they’ll have the clout to make it legal. Because of Disney, Mattel had to shelve its Barbie film adaptation of Sleeping Beauty. Even though the story rights are public domain, Disney simply didn’t want anyone else to use them and guess who won that argument? That’s just one of many examples of corruption of power and influence. Disney was always at its best when it was smaller and more interested in the art it created and preserving the legacy that Walt set forth when he built the company. If Walt were still around today I’m sure he’d like the bottomless resources now at the disposal of the company and the creative freedom they’d afford, but he would use them far more honorably than the soulless bureaucrats in charge of it now.
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    Animation Favorite ANIMATED Disney Villains?

    In general order: Madame Medusa Mother Gothel Ursula Gaston Cruella DeVille Mad Madam Mim Captain Hook Shere Khan Yzma Maleficent. Honorable mentions to Ratigan, Wicked Stepmother and Syndrome.
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    More guys or girls?

    I think there are more guys in the fandom. Either that or the females aren't as active or high-profile overall.
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    Odd numbers or even numbers?

    Even numbers for me, please. They're neat, orderly and disciplined. Odd ones always leave you with something left over, and that's just not tidy!
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    General How do you prefer your work weeks?

    I’d go with 4 ten hour days. Getting up in the morning and getting ready for work is the hardest part so I might as well add the extra hours and make it count. Two days off a week isn’t enough to recharge, so I definitely would go the longer hours for an extra day off. And it would be nice to have at least two consecutive days off rather than scattered around the week. One day here or there doesn’t seem like a day off at all. Unfortunately that’s what I often end up getting.
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    General What does your room say about you?

    If you looked at my room you’d see mountains of Star Wars toys. My desk is also very cluttered and the whole place desperately needs to be dusted (dusting a massive Star Wars collection is no picnic!) If you wandered in, you’d probably assume the room belonged to an adolescent male with questionable housekeeping habits. But you’d be wrong. A closer look would reveal some Disney Princess statuettes, fairies, a pair of beautiful dolls and a few other telltale signs of femininity mixed into the rest of the chaos. I may have had a tomboyish upbringing but I’ll always be a princess at heart.
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    If the Purge became a reality, what would you do?

    I would dress up in gender-concealing clothing, put on a hockey mask or some off-putting makeup, and drive out to the middle of nowhere well ahead of the Purge. I’d then camp out for the 12 hour time, keeping clear lines of sight on all sides and plenty of weaponry. I’d keep no fire and no lights, just night-vision and loads of batteries, so I could see anyone coming and purge them if they get too close. Otherwise I’d just have to play my dad’s polka records over a loudspeaker. That would keep most predatory scum away.
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    Do you look younger or older then you really are?

    These days I look exactly the age I am. I can pass for a few years younger but not too much more than that.