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    Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2
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  1. May you dwell among the stars, and begin your journey anew.
  2. bumpity. Any chance you have the plumberman picture?

  3. Hey Stormie. Do you happen to have a picture of that galactic plumberman alliance guy that Vagabond and I used to chat about like 10 years ago? It was this odd creature with goggles. I think he had something to do with the Episode 1 game. I can't find him anywhere. Let me know.

     

    Hope all's well.

     

    Wilhuf

  4. I've been de-stressing in the miasmic boondocks of time, patiently lurking in the shadows as the mental scars heal, and allowing my spirit to re-establish contact with The Force. Alternatively, I've been working, playing games, posting nonsense on websites, and waiting for Lucasarts to get off their backsides and remake the original Jedi Knight in a glorious new engine. The franchise needs a reboot. Instead we get Kinect Star Wars, FFS. :/ *shakes fist* And yes, the Swamp Is Dead. Long live The Swamp!
  5. Dath, if I could hug you, man, you know I'd do it. The first time we tried for a kid, my wife miscarried, so we know what you're going through. Give it time, be strong, and you will be parents some day. The best of luck to you both. Meanwhile the Grim Reaper's doing over-time in my part of the world. My father died on 25th May, and my uncle (his brother) died a few weeks prior to that, both from cancer. I just don't know - or care to know - what's going to happen next, at this point. Ever get the feeling the cards are stacked against you? No matter what happens, now or in the future, just remember this: "Every hour of every day is worth living, so live it well." Cos you never know when your time's up, so make the best of the time you have, and never give in. Morgan's fight for life taught me that. Never give in, never hold back, and be what you want to be. Bless you all.
  6. Thanks everyone, for your support. Really appreciate it. I've had bad times in my life, but this is by far the worst, and puts everything else in perspective. Feels like a piece of my soul's been ripped away, and it'll never heal. It was, on both counts. Thanks. Still trying hard to come to terms with it, but there'll always be those niggling doubts that maybe we could have done more for him. Got to try and be strong for my wife and my other son. Anyone who wants to know what happened to Morgan, just click the 'Imagination Unbound' link in my sig - I ditched my website to put up a brief memorial for him.
  7. My youngest son, Morgan, died on Christmas Day last year, aged 10 years. I'm f*ckin' devastated. ;_;
  8. I am still alive, but I don't kick as much as I used to.
  9. Congratulations, Rhett. I wish you and your wife all the best, now and in the future. Now get busy making little Rhetts. There is nothing greater than the gift of love, and the gift of life.
  10. A good selection of movies there as always Groovy, including some of my favourites like American Werewolf and Halloween. The Thing, Sleepy Hollow and Severance are good movies as well. Personally I liked the movie 'The Mist' as well, which had a powerful ending. Strangely enough, that was my favourite Stephen King short story as well. Supernatural movies tend to send a shiver up my spine, probably because I've seen and heard things myself that I could not explain by rational means. Anyway, I would recommend movies like The Changeling (not the modern movie, but the old one starring George C. Scott) and The Haunting (1960s original version). Some scenes from those movies have always stuck in my mind. And for sheer weirdness...Night Watch.
  11. *sniffs around Rhett's slippers to wake up* Phew. I heard my name mentioned, and you must have used that damned Jedi Mind Trick again. <.< Anyway @ Rp...I've kind of got my hands full right now (and all the way up to February most likely), and I've not had any time for art at the moment. My wife broke her leg so I'm having to look after her, the kids, the house, and try to do some actual work inbetween. Kind of hectic... :/ That's not a 'no I can't help' - it's a 'maybe I can depending on the time frame'. Let me know, m8. @ Taos - hi m8, and thanks. Don't do much singing these days, unfortunately, due to COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). Sucks to be me.
  12. My wife and son liked the movie. My son reckons it is on par with Iron Man. I don't know, because I haven't seen either film yet. I did see the first Ang Lee effort, and I can't say I was very impressed with it. I remember watching the TV series as a kid, and at the time it was one of my favourite shows. Don't know how I'd feel if I watched that series now, though.
  13. Very nice artwork in this thread.
  14. The world is going to hell. :/
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