juldea: (sheep french horn)
RIGHT NOW and for the next hour and a little bit more ('til 3pm), if you order in person or by phone (617-666-0000, the most stoner-friendly number ever) from Eat at Jumbo's in Ball Square, Somerville, 15% of your costs will go to the Post-Meridian Radio Players! Jumbo's is good food and their delivery range is far ("this side of the river," I was told when I ordered earlier.) Of course, most of you have probably already eaten... But hey! Why not get something early to put on ice for dinner? :D
juldea: (sheep french horn)
RIGHT NOW and for the next hour and a little bit more ('til 3pm), if you order in person or by phone (617-666-0000, the most stoner-friendly number ever) from Eat at Jumbo's in Ball Square, Somerville, 15% of your costs will go to the Post-Meridian Radio Players! Jumbo's is good food and their delivery range is far ("this side of the river," I was told when I ordered earlier.) Of course, most of you have probably already eaten... But hey! Why not get something early to put on ice for dinner? :D
juldea: (geek girl)
Tonight I auditioned for a part in the Post-Meridian Radio Players' The Big Broadcast of October 30, 1938, to be performed on October 29, 30, and 31st. Will know by the weekend if I have a part. I have been seeing posts about auditioning for this for a long while, but held back doing anything about it for a variety of reasons, until in a rush of self-something last night I signed up for an audition slot tonight. There are a lot of people involved that I like and want to spend more time getting to know. And, with that said, since some of those people were the ones I was auditioning for and who now decide my fate ;) I shall say no more. Catch me off-LJ if you want my audition thoughts.

Then [livejournal.com profile] usernamenumber and I watched episode three of Defying Gravity. The show is getting to the end of its rope as far as "ooooooh what's going on?!?!" and needs to pretty damn soon establish that there is indeed a solid premise and plan behind it. That said, it's still neat and I'm still going to watch the next episode.
juldea: (geek girl)
Tonight I auditioned for a part in the Post-Meridian Radio Players' The Big Broadcast of October 30, 1938, to be performed on October 29, 30, and 31st. Will know by the weekend if I have a part. I have been seeing posts about auditioning for this for a long while, but held back doing anything about it for a variety of reasons, until in a rush of self-something last night I signed up for an audition slot tonight. There are a lot of people involved that I like and want to spend more time getting to know. And, with that said, since some of those people were the ones I was auditioning for and who now decide my fate ;) I shall say no more. Catch me off-LJ if you want my audition thoughts.

Then [livejournal.com profile] usernamenumber and I watched episode three of Defying Gravity. The show is getting to the end of its rope as far as "ooooooh what's going on?!?!" and needs to pretty damn soon establish that there is indeed a solid premise and plan behind it. That said, it's still neat and I'm still going to watch the next episode.
juldea: (geek girl)
So I haven't mentioned it in a little while, but: Second Shift! It's an awesome audio drama. It's how I got to know [livejournal.com profile] usernamenumber. And I'm in episode 2x13! (Which will not be out for a while.)

I went on a serious Second Shift binge when I first heard about it, and now that I'm up to speed with the episodes and have to wait for them like everyone else, I'm passing my time with other audio dramas. (Cheeseburger, please do not get angry - I'll eat and be back here for lunch!) Currently it's Black Jack Justice, a gritty funny 40's noir detective series. Quite liking it.

Tonight while walking home, the episode I was listening to (09 - No Justice) featured the hottest one-off line I had heard in a long time. Pardon the spoilers, but they're necessary to understand - our hero, Jack Justice, is tied up and being worked over by some bad guys in a dark warehouse, and his partner ("Trixie Dixon, girl detective!" - who is a lot more independent and awesome than that line leads you to believe) does the legwork to find him. At the point she busts in and saves his ass, all he sees of her is her sillhouette in the lit doorway, and he-as-narrator says to us, "I knew it was Trixie by the legs and the Beretta."

Maybe it's the delivery, but I find it hot.
juldea: (geek girl)
So I haven't mentioned it in a little while, but: Second Shift! It's an awesome audio drama. It's how I got to know [livejournal.com profile] usernamenumber. And I'm in episode 2x13! (Which will not be out for a while.)

I went on a serious Second Shift binge when I first heard about it, and now that I'm up to speed with the episodes and have to wait for them like everyone else, I'm passing my time with other audio dramas. (Cheeseburger, please do not get angry - I'll eat and be back here for lunch!) Currently it's Black Jack Justice, a gritty funny 40's noir detective series. Quite liking it.

Tonight while walking home, the episode I was listening to (09 - No Justice) featured the hottest one-off line I had heard in a long time. Pardon the spoilers, but they're necessary to understand - our hero, Jack Justice, is tied up and being worked over by some bad guys in a dark warehouse, and his partner ("Trixie Dixon, girl detective!" - who is a lot more independent and awesome than that line leads you to believe) does the legwork to find him. At the point she busts in and saves his ass, all he sees of her is her sillhouette in the lit doorway, and he-as-narrator says to us, "I knew it was Trixie by the legs and the Beretta."

Maybe it's the delivery, but I find it hot.

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