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6th-Mar-2005 03:19 pm
Halloween 2008- Captain Hammer
I got a cold this week. Woke up Friday morning feeling pretty lousy so I took some drugs and slept in. I eventually made it to work to get a couple projects moving then came back home to collapse some more. Saturday I lazed around the house most of the day with a brief trip out for more drugs and a visit to the Apple Store. Pizza for dinner and a couple episodes of Kindred: The Embraced. (Aaron Spelling + Vampires, how could it have failed?) Unfortunately the internet was of absolutely no use in finding out what was going on with the lead guy's eyes. (No, not the guy who wore black face to go to law school in that other movie, the main vampire guy. One of his eyes looked like it was all pupil.)
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7th-Mar-2005 01:42 am (UTC)
I think he had a David Bowie thing going on... Perma-Dilation.

Dude's dead now... Shot himself.

And the fact that the show ended kinda sucks... Because by episode 8 (the last one), the show was finally moving on ahead into a decent (and less Spelling cheeze) direction.

"You're endangering the masquerade!!!"
7th-Mar-2005 01:50 am (UTC)
Everything we found made it sound like he died in a motorcycle accident. Though, I guess it doesn't actually say that.
7th-Mar-2005 02:00 am (UTC)
Hrm, yeah... Well, I didn't ever research how he died... I just heard from someone that he shot himself. *blush* That'll teach me to shoot off my big mouth. ;)
7th-Mar-2005 02:13 am (UTC)
This link suggests he died on his way to the wrap party for Kindred.
7th-Mar-2005 02:25 am (UTC)
Yeah, I, uh, only had rumor to go on. Him shooting himself is infinitely more dramatic, though!
7th-Mar-2005 04:25 am (UTC)
Get well.

Rex woke up this morning with a nauseated stomach, uber-sore throat, congestion, sniffles, and slight fever. Any of this sound like what you've got?
7th-Mar-2005 04:54 am (UTC)
Thanks.

No stomach trouble here (so far). I've had a minor sore throat, a headache and plenty of congestion. No noticeable fever.
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