The wedding was a smash! People had a good time, my sister was a right princess and much food, booze and dancing till the wee hours was had. The American contingent had an excellent time too, although most of our customs are very different for them. Apparently, a Danish wedding is more lively than an American.

Quite unexpectedly, my parents have offered to pay for me to go to the reception, for my sister and her hubby, in California. So in a week and a half my mum and I are off to the Hollywood state. First time visit there, to the US, as it were, so anyone got ideas for things not to be missed overthere?? Ideas on how to get to see Skywalker Ranch without being arrested for illegally trespassing??

Sunday, May 29, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 8:05 PM

When have I ever kept anything from you?

Yesterday I was going home on the bus and I was standing next to a guy (who was sitting down) and he smelled so good, I just wanted to lick his neck!

Wednesday, May 25, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 9:56 PM

Faster, more intense!

Modern film franchising wouldn't be the same without Star Wars, here's an article outlining some of the cash made from SW.

I guess you could say that Revenge of the Sith fared pretty well at the box office.

I didn't read all of this, but just skimming over it makes you wish you had been there!!

Would you be in a queue for almost 2 months?? This guy did!

The other day someone asked me what the attraction about SW is, and I could but mumble an answer, cause I really don't know. I just love it! But for an answer, this guy is bang on!

Tuesday, May 24, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 9:35 AM

Wedding madness

What with all the wedding stuff going on right now, I don't expect to have much time for any posting for the next week or so... You'll excuse my absence.

In the meantime I think you should go watch Revenge of the Sith. And if you've already seen it, go see it AGAIN! I know I will, if I have the time! ;-)

Monday, May 23, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 8:47 PM

Another happy landing

Below is my "review" of Revenge of the Sith, so if you haven't seen it yet, and want to remain spoiler-free, you may want to skip this entry for now.

Untill you've seen the movie. Which I think you should. As soon as you can. In fact, stop reading this and get yourself off to the cinema. I promise you, this will still be here when you come back. So, now, off you go.

Wow! The beginning with the battle over Coruscant...really liked that: the scale, the speed, the explosions!

The droids in the hangar bay on Grievous' ship...those cartoony voices, what the fuck was that about?? That really annoyed me. It was supposed to be comic relief, I'm sure, but it was just plain silly, IMO. And the whole bit with R2 hiding the communicator that echoed all over the hangar bay... I dunno.. it just seemed unnessecary - you could have used that time/space for something much more interesting, George!

Grievous. Not sure I like this character at all. And I definitely don't like that he's using lightsabers. Those are the weapons of a Jedi! AND! If Count Dooku is the one who taught Grievous to use lightsabers, why aren't they RED instead of blue and green?? Oh and the coughing and weezing, that was fucking annoying as well. I know, it's there to show that he's not ALL machine, but sheesh...

Padmé is as interesting as a cardboard figure and what is it with her almost dripping-wet moist lips?? She always got a lipgloss handy even at the direrest of times?? As far as leading ladies go, I like Leia a lot more. She had spunk! Not all this wishy-washy "Oh Ani...!" crap. Bah!

Speaking of ermm..crap, I'm happy that all the "romantic" stuff was reduced to a minimum. Cause to make that tolerable, you need a director who's more of a people director, than action director, which Lucas certainly, self-admittedly, isn't. So there are only a few scenes with painfully cheesy dialogue and wooden display of emotion.

And speaking of wooden, I was surprised to see that, well, Hayden is actually capable of acting! Who'd have guessed that from watching AOTC?? Although he's still too pouty at times. But overall he turns in a good performance. And when he turns all grungy, grimy and dark, he's actually kinda hot. Girls like the bad guys, don't we? ;-b

McGregor is lovely, as always. More of a father figure in his own right, instead of just pretending to be Alec Guinness as Obi-wan (although he did that brilliantly!). He has some very strong moments in the film. And he's got some odd lines too, lines that you might have expected to come from a Han Solo, but not Obi-wan. But I guess Obi-wan isn't such a serious dude. I think he likes to par-tay! ;-) It was kinda cool, though, how he, after finishing off Grievous, with a blaster, he throws it aside saying "so uncivilised!".

Now, I know, Yoda isn't played by a real actor, but the performance deserves a mention anyway. They've come a long way since that muppet puppet in the 70s-80s. He does feel real now. He can actually display emotion, and very subtle too! Well, done, ILM! Oh and, in this film I think it's the first time anyone has ever commented on Yoda's complexion.. Sidious calls him "my little green friend". But I guess that's not meant in a friendly way...

The best performance, though, is Ian McDiarmid's. The subtle diabolic way Palpatine uses Anakin's fear of losing Padmé, to make him believe his lies about the Jedi's plot. Making Anakin believe that his only way to save Padmé is by turning to the dark side. It really is chilling to see how McDiarmid IS the evil Sith lord, the cunning mastermind behind everything. The evil one sensed in the OT, is much more pronounced in this film. The scene where he's fighting Mace Windu and externally turns into the twisted person he is internally; eek, that's a blood-freezing moment! And the bit where he finishes off Mace, "power, absolute power", he looks almost orgasmic!
I would love to see McDiarmid get an Oscar for this role.

Let's talk about the fight between Anakin and Obi-wan. I've always thought that Anakin falling into lava, AND surviving it, to be the dumbest idea, so I was really interested to see how they were going to pull that one off - and making it believable too! But they do! And it's fucking awesome! I think the reason why I find it believable is that Anakin doesn't fall into a stream of lava, as I had feared. He falls on the edge of the lava stream, which is hot enough to burn him, but not so hot that it seems unbelievable that he could survive - although needing the black suit we know and love.

When he is put in that suit, and especially the mask, is a big moment. Cause that's like, this is! This is when he becomes the Darth Vader that is to be feared in the whole galaxy! And the breathing!!

Memorable moments:
The execution of Order 66: Anakin entering the Jedi temple with the troopers, the killing of the Jedi.
The moment when Yoda realises that perhaps the prophecy about the Chosen One may have been misinterpreted.
Yoda and Sidious fighting in the senate, throwing senator pods at each other!
The final moments between Anakin and Obi-wan. "You were the Chosen One! It was said that you would, destroy the Sith, not join them. It was you who would bring balance to the Force, not leave it in Darkness." Damn, Ewan, that's some fine acting! *sob*
Seeing all the wookiees! And their beautiful planet.
Anakin, after killing the Separatist leaders, looking into the lava, one tear rolling down his cheek.
And SO many more!

Now, this film is obviously the one that has to bring the 2 trilogies together, and I think it does that very nicely.
Bail Organa's ship looks almost like a replica of the Tantive IV, so seeing them on that ship feels like a home coming of sorts. In that hall way is when we saw Vader for the very first time, and who can ever forget that moment??
The twins being split up and the final shot of the film being Owen and Beru standing with baby Luke looking at the twin suns setting, mimicking the shot of Luke in Ep. IV.
Vader, the Emperor and a younger Tarkin overlooking the very earliest stages of the construction, of the Death Star, from a Star Destroyer.
R2 and Threepio are given to Captain Antilles, with the caveat that Threepio should have his memory erased. Ha.

The dialogue in the film is just as cheesy as always, "you can type this shit...", but hey, that's what makes it so damn quotable, isn't it!?

I'm very happy that this film (despite a few, minor, shortcomings) is pretty much everything anyone could have hoped for. I know, there are some who will have all sorts of complaints about it. And you can do that, that's fine. But, I don't mind admitting to being an apologist, so in my book this is a great film. And as opposed to the 2 prequel films you can virtually feel the Force in this one. Perhaps because in this one there is now a clear enemy?? Because everything is more black and white?? (although, seeing the world in absolutes is a Sith thang - but I guess it works for story-telling too, huh??)

This film is a great addition to the Star Wars story, and it makes Eps. I and II a LOT better. And puts a new perspective on things in the OT.

It's great entertainment and a great Star Wars film. I love it. Thank you, George!

Rating out of 6: logo logo logo logo logo logo

Friday, May 20, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 9:17 AM

Waiting for Vader

Ok, 14 hours I'll be sitting in the dark, very impatiently waiting for that yellow title. Waiting for that opening crawl.

And you know, I can already feel my heart racing in anticipation - what's it not gonna be like tonight???

And I've made a rather funky t-shirt en lieu of full Jedi get-up; silver stencilled Yoda on a black t-shirt. :-D See below.

Also below is a Star Wars M&Ms poster; it reads: Also for the masters of the dark side.

Black t-shirt with silver Yoda sencil

Star Wars M&Ms poster

Wednesday, May 18, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 9:01 AM

It's so good to get off my feet!

What I'm about to post may not make a lot of sense. My mum, my sister and I, have spent the day at a carboot sale where we sold a loooot of stuff that we are unable to keep because of our impending moves to the US and England. And I'm so tired - I think we all are. And really, really dirty. You could literally SEE the grime on my face. Not pretty, my darlings.

I'm sure we would have made more money than we actually did, but it rained a bit and there was a lot of wind. And that undoubtedly kept many people away. And sunshine also makes it easier to get people to spend more cash on things they, well, let's be honest, in most cases don't really need. ;-)

But we had a lot of fun. There's quite an interesting atmosphere in a place like that. You could tell that some people were regulars, and knew each other, while others, like us, were newbies.

Well, that's that. I'm too tired to think now...

Monday, May 16, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 6:24 PM

Jesus lived in India

I' watching something on telly about The Da Vinci Code. I haven't read the book myself, but I find the topic fascinating.

A couple of years ago I heard about The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail which it seems to be based upon. It's interesting, the descendants of Jesus and Mary Magdalene may be among us still. Heck, I may be one of them, or you, dear reader!

And there's the whole thing about the knights templar and the free masons and so on... And for certain, this book has spawned a host of new grail hunters!

But there's another theory that I stumbled upon the other day. (On telly, yes, I admit it, I watch a lot of telly...But atleast it's not crappy soaps, right?!)

This theory claims that Jesus didn't die on the cross, no, he survived it (which according to this programme's scientists is entirely possible if the right conditions are there) and then he fled Israel - as one would expect as he would've been seen as an outlaw etc...

Yes, he fled. To India, or perhaps rather to Kashmir. This journey wasn't so impossible back then as us modern folks might think, what with us being used to planes and the like, although the time frames back then were somewhat different, still it wasn't impossible at all. Travelling along the spice route and the silk route was quite common, so travelling between the Middle East and India wasn't unthinkable.

Now, the interesting thing is, why did he go to Kashmir/India?? Well, apparently he was supposed to have been an incarnation of Buddha.

Yes, the Buddha.

The evidence for this theory being:
* The Three Kings who came from the East - they came looking for an incarnation of Buddha (anyone who's seen the film Little Buddha will know how that procedure is..) - and apparently they found him.
* Apparently, the fact that there are no accounts of Jesus' life between the age of 14 and 30, which is when he is supposed to have been in India learning the ways of the Force the teachings of buddhism.
* Many of [Jesus'] teachings, which have been gradually edited out of the modern Bible were originally Eastern in nature. Principles such as karma and re-incarnation, for example, were common knowledge then, and seem to have been reaffirmed by Christ.
* Christ's tomb, says Kersten, lies in Srinagar's old town in a building called Rozabal. "Rozabal" is an abbreviation of Rauza Bal, meaning "tomb of a prophet".
* [On] this tomb, there are carved footprints on the grave stones and when closely examined, carved images of a crucifix and a rosary. The footprints of Yuz Asaf [Jesus] have what appear to be scars represented on both feet, if one assumes that they are crucifixion scars, then their position is consistent with the scars shown in the Turin Shroud (left foot nailed over right). Crucifixion was not practised in Asia, so it is quite possible that they were inflicted elsewhere, such as the Middle East. The tomb is called by some as "Hazrat Issa Sahib" or "Tomb of the Lord Master Jesus". Ancient records acknowledge the existence of the tomb as long ago as 112AD.
What is italicized above is from this article: Jesus Lived In India.

Of course, were this to be true, that would completely change the basis for all of Christianity - in effect, the whole of the Western world, as out culture is largely based on this religion...
Whether it's true or not (and I suspect we shall never know) sure is fascinating. Fascinating that people are so fascinated by this. And that people want to know the actual facts of this religion. Perhaps because it is, by and large, fancyful stories. (And very male centered, but that's a whole 'nother story altogether!)

Saturday, May 14, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 8:37 PM

Star Wars in the news


Empire interview with Miss Piggy Yoda Frank Oz.
George wanted Yoda to come in like John Wayne. I knew that I had to have this tremendous, grand entrance. When he takes on Dooku it was a little like Gunfight at the OK Corral.

And an interview with Jimmy Smits.
Oh, that's one of the things that you check off on your little list of things to do in your career as an actor, and you can say to your kids "Well, there's the action figure down there".

Mark Hamill reminisces on 'Star Wars'

{You need this to read the article: login-email:, password: murky123. You just gotta love}
I was looking at it from the standpoint of whether our options would be picked up to do parts II and III. And I said, 'There's no way this will fail' - because it's got a sense of humor. It's the key element that most science fiction films don't have, which is a sort of arch sense of humor.

Hey, that's what the prequel trilogy is missing, a goddamn sense of humour!!

'Star Wars' fans pack premieres.
The premiere also drew "Frasier" star Kelsey Grammer, who said he interviewed for the role of Han Solo in the first "Star Wars" film but didn't get it.

"I met Mr. Lucas when I was 19-years old," Grammer told reporters. "I was a little too young but then two years later I was watching this movie and I said ... 'that was the movie (Lucas) was telling me about,' cause he said, 'We're going to do a fairy tale in space."'

'Star Wars' premieres start Thursday.
"I'm relieved it's finished and I made it to the end," Lucas said. "It's like going off to college. You miss your parents, and you'll see them on holidays. But at the same time, you're glad to be out on your own. You got your whole future ahead of you." Lucas.

Final 'Star Wars' not for squeamish.
Even cute and cuddly Jedi master Yoda takes his lumps, torched by the electroshock treatment dished out by the saga's puppetmaster, the evil emperor (Ian McDiarmid).

Friday, May 13, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 11:37 AM

Top Ten...

Top Ten Signs You've Seen the `Star Wars' Movies Too Many Times

10. Your poodles are named "C," "3," "P" and "O"

9. You won't sleep with your wife unless she says, "Help me, Obi Wan, you're my only hope"

8. You spent $10,000 trying to Rogaine yourself into Chewbacca

7. You're continually stunned when the President makes major decisions without consulting Mark Hamill

6. Your favorite pickup line: "Would you like to handle my light saber?"

5. You keep referring to your lawn mower as "that crazy droid"

4. You spend most of your days trying to use "the Force" to open a can of pears

3. You once saw an eggplant that looked kind of like Darth Vader and almost had a heart attack

2. Your sex life is strictly "Han Solo," if you know what I mean

1. You like Yoda so much, you voted for Ross Perot

Late Show Top Ten List Feb. 21 2001.
More here.

You're all geeks. ;-b

Thursday, May 12, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 7:01 PM

How much for that memory?

Last year I moved (twice, as it were) and I took the opportunity to go through a lot of my stuff. I threw away sooo many things!

Now, another moving date is getting close. In 2 months I have to move out of this flat...and move to England (YAY!).

And since I am moving to England, I wont be able to take a lot of my things with me, by far! So yet again I have to go through my things; throw away stuff and sell some of it. As much as possible; I need the money!

But it is odd, to sell things I've had for many years, perhaps. It's odd having to see my belongings as just things, and not something else. Namely the memories that are connected with some of them. It's like some of the things are more, have other qualities than they were "born with", because of the memories attached to them.

So, quite a few memories can be acquired rather cheaply at a car-boot sale on Monday.

Wednesday, May 11, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 3:20 PM

Shoes: check; outfit: check; hair: check.

Today I spent ALL day in the city with my mum and my sister. First stop was the hair salon, where we spent nearly two hours on having a test of my sister's hair-do done + she had it cut a bit. And I also had my hair cut and we talked about how my hair will be done for the wedding. (I'll have flowers in it!!)

Then on to lunch, whereafter we hit the high street for some clothes and shoe shopping.
Although it wasn't an unpleasant experience, I must say that I really, really don't care much for shopping. In fact, I loathe it. :-|

As for going to hair salons... I haven't done that in 4 years, since I had a rather unpleasant experience with a fucked-up bitch of a hair dresser! She kept cutting my hair short, although I told her repeatedly that now I didn't want her to cut of anymore!! I looked like a moron! And I cried for 2 days over my lost hair!!!

Tuesday, May 10, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 8:18 PM

Here we go again!

Han Solo in carbonite LEGO. 10,000 bricks worth!

How did George Lucas create Star Wars?? If you're a Star Wars fan, you should be familiar with atleast s bit of what inspired this fantastic space opera. But if you're a novice, this is probably a good place to start, my young padwan.

LEGO Star Wars Trilogy. The original trilogy in LEGO!

Actually, why is it that LEGO and Star Wars make such a happy couple?? Any thoughts?

Star Wars Blooper Guide. Even the best make mistakes. *cough*JarJarBinks*cough*

Not everyone likes the creator of Star Wars. Apparently, this guy hates George Lucas.

And The Guardian has 40 reasons to be tired of Star Wars.

Me, you and a Death Star made for two. I don't mind that he looks like a giant plastic penis.

Monday, May 09, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 7:06 PM

Not that desperate!

Do you watch Desperate Housewives? My girl friends tell me that it's sooooo funny and that I HAVE TO WATCH IT! Especially since I like Sex and the City, then I'll love the Housewives.

Well, I've tried watching it and it does ABSOLUTELY NOTHING for me! Atleast not what I've watched of it so far, and since I definitely don't think it's all it's cracked up to be, I don't think I'll be watching anymore of it.

It just seems boring to me. What I've seen of it seems rather unrealistic to me. Or maybe it's just because I'm not a housewife, let alone desperate, so I cannot identify with these people? And doesn't it seem odd that they are so goodlooking? I mean, if you're a desperate housewife, how would you have time to LOOK GOOD?? (Although, I'm no housewife, so WHAT DO I KNOW??)

If you're a housewife (that name in itself.. makes it sound so oldfashioned, I wonder if that's intentional?!), do you see yourself in any of these characters?? I think if you do, then you've truely got reason to be desperate!

But maybe that's just me.

Sunday, May 08, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 8:00 PM


A commercial that can be seen on Danish tv at the moment:

A family (mum, dad, son and daughter) are in the kitchen.
Mum puts dirty floor washing thingy into bucket of water, water then becomes very dirty.
Mum passes the bucket to dad, who passes it to son who passes it to daughter who exchanges the dirty water, and they send the bucket back to mum.
She puts the floor washing thingy into the bucket and the water becomes dirty instantly, despite mum not having used it yet.
Split image that shows that same action with a bucket of water that hasn't had the advertised product in it and one that has. In the one that has, the dirt falls to the bottom of the bucket and in the other it makes the water dirty.
Then back to the family, and now it's dad who's holding the floor washing thingy and the floor is clean and everyone is happy. Actualy, if I recall correctly, the rest of the family is applauding dad!


To me that seems to say that "look, it takes a man to figure out how to do cleaning with the proper products". Which is like, totally bollocks!
Like men should be praised when they clean! Which is also totally bollocks, cause not many women are applauded when they clean!

Saturday, May 07, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 1:22 PM

mm mm MM!!

Oh my lovelies, courtsy of my sister, I now have Star Wars M&Ms! A Darth Mix and a Jedi Mix! The former with dark chocolate. I heart dark chocolate! And they are in funky colours as well. I heart funky colours!

Of course I had to go and drop the Jedi Mix bag, so half of its content went all over the floor! And I don't eat anything that's been on the floor, so there goes half the light side for me. Wasted!! :-|

If you have no access to the SW M&Ms goodness, you can instead go read an equally yummy Empire interview with Kevin Smith, Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg (the last 2 of Spaced and Shaun of the Dead fame), where they review the Ep. III. And just generally talk about SW. :-D

Friday, May 06, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 7:17 PM

More accessible

I thought I'd just say a bit about what I've done to this site, apart from what you can physically see, and why I've done it.

There are no tables (tables should not be used for mark-up/positioning!).

The "alt" attribute is used for all descriptive images.
This helps people who are blind and who count on a screen reader to tell them what's on the page; imagine having it say "image" "image" a dozen times or more, and you had no idea what that image was of! I'm sure it would get pretty annoying. It also helps people who are using a text-only browser, or people who surf the net with images turned off (Chris ;-b ).

There's a skip menu, although invisible.
This will also help people who can't see the page, as the html isn't completely linear. Meaning that in the html, the main part of the site doesn't come first. The skip menu makes it easy to jump to the main section and skip the sidebars.

There should be sufficient colour brightness/contrast (but please correct me if I'm wrong, Suzanne) and the links are not set apart from normal text by colour alone.
This mainly helps people who are colourblind, but I must say that, although links, which are not underlined, are soemtimes more pleasing to the eye, I quite like having them underlined. There's nothing more annyoing than a site where you have no clue what is a link, what is normal text or what is a headline.

The page should work in text browsers.
Although I have no indications that anyone access the page with a text browser, it makes sense to make it that way. Because it's really what happens when you use proper mark-up. I.e. html for positioning/content and css for the apperance.

This also means that you can view the page with the css switched off or not supported.

The page works on different browser window sizes.
I'm very happy with this, cause it means that you can look at the page in different sizes and it keeps its proportions. So, whether you are using 800x600, 1024x768 or larger (Dex), there should be no scrollbars or expances of emptiness.

The page uses relative units for text size.
So if you find that your reading glasses aren't doing a proper job, you can enlarge the text if you have such a need. And without breaking the layout of the site!

Thursday, May 05, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 2:34 PM

Bookmark this!

I love finding links to interesting blogs and other sites on the interwebbynet. And I love bookmarking them for future use/reading. Alas, I only return to a very few of them - there only so many hours in a day, after all.

Despite this fact, which I'm well aware of, I keep bookmarking them. And recently even more so! Cause quite a while ago I heard about StumbleUpon which lets you, well, stumble upon sites on the internet. It's really most excellent if you like browsing the crap that is out there. Although most of it is actually really good, some of it is also really crap.

So I use StumbleUpon to help feed my hunger for new sites to forget about! Despite y best intentions.

And now I've also discovered the joy that is, a socalled social bookmarking..thingy. I don't know if I have a use for the 'social' part of it, but the bookmarking part is grrreat! Cause now I can bookmark a site from anywhere! And, AND, I can access the bookmarks from ANY computer! How great is that?! Really great if you ask me!

Speaking of..umm.. toys: look at this mp3 player that T gave me for my birthday. I love gadgets! :-D
Ministry of Sound mp3 player

posted by Wardi @ 9:36 AM

Candles to remember

Tonight marks the 60th anniversary of the message (via the BBC from London) that the Germans had surrendered and that Denmark (and a bunch of other countries) was free!

People assembled in the streets and made bonfires, especially burning the blackout curtains they had to use during the war years so light wasn't visible from the air at night. And people put lit candles in their windows, to further stress the fact that now the windows didn't have to be blacked out anymore.

Still today people do this (although it's mostly older people who do it), and I think it iss important. It is important to remember what a precious thing freedom is, and how it can be lost if you don't appreciate it.

I think I've always been conscious of this day, because my grandfather was arrested by the Germans (he was an officer in the Danish army) and spent time in an internment camp in Denmark and was almost sent to an internment camp in Germany. Thank goodness that didn't happen, cause we all know that those places weren't too good for the general health of most of the people who ended up there.

So, I remember this day every year and put lit candles in my windows. WWII should never be forgotten, although whether we've actually learnt anything from it...I'm not so sure. Rather, I think there are still demagogs afoot who are equally capable of making people believe their lies. But I shall not name any names.

Related... last night I watched an interview with Traudl Junge who was one of Hitler's secretaries. And she was the one who wrote down his last will. It was a very interesting interview. Especially her claims to have been kept in the dark and the belief of many historians that she and others close to the Führer suffered from an entirely self-induced amnesia.

Wednesday, May 04, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 5:34 PM

Star Wars geekiness

Woohooo! I've got my ticket for opening night of Revenge og the Sith! Only a little over 2 weeks away and now I'm REALLY starting to get the Star Wars fever! It helps that now big billboards for the film has started to appear around the city!!

I'm considering making a Jedi robe, even! Heck, it's the last film, so I mgiht as well show myself for the geek/fan girl that I am! Not much good with a sewing machine, though, so I'm aiming at the easiest way possible to make the robe! We'll see what happens. ;-)

T thinks I'm nuts, but you know what? I think he's just jealous. Cause I let my geekiness flow freely...with the Force.. And he's just a sad little trekkie. ;-b

I'm actually quite amazed that I have stayed as spoiler free as I have. That's really something considering it's been 3 years since th elast film and the spoilers are available wherever you go if you're not careful! But in 2 weeks' time, I can plunge into the Ep. III universe! I can't wait!

Monday, May 02, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 7:43 PM


Right as I thought I had to use a *gasp* template, in order to preserve just a bit of my sanity, a knight in a shiny truck came and saved the day. Thanks, redryder52!

And just as I thought, it was a stoopid, little thing that I had overlooked. But that's what happens when you let a dimwitted wardi loose on the interwebbynet!

Sunday, May 01, 2005 posted by Wardi @ 2:20 PM