UK shows for pre-and-early-schoolers while tripper, are also generally less painful, if you can make that a thing.
If someone had have explained this idea to me I might not have decided to become a children's entertainer/music teacher, where pants are definitely required. Although I did play a gig in at 1850s style dress last week.
'So desperate to copy Marvel's success they've cast Namor as Aquaman' was my first thought.
I've received roughly 37c a year on my royalty statement for the last 5 years for radio play in Singapore for a song that I'm pretty sure just has the same name as a song I wrote. I'm not sure what if anything to do about it.
While I caught music fanaticism of my mother (and her father before her), my other geekiness discovery was through my big sister's boyfriend who'd bring his sci-fi and fantasy books and games with him to keep me occupied while visiting her.
While i have re-adjusted my particular `experiment' to involve becoming a primary teacher, i always enjoy seeing how parallel our lives are in some ways (went from being an accountant to a children's musician - but the `come home angry one too many times cursing the tie until my wife, who is also an artist of some kind, encouraged me to do something i really enjoy because fulfilment and being a good roll-model for our child is more important than being a provider of money only. Even our beards are similar).
My `work uniform' is most often a mad hatter/willy wonker/dr who looking outfit, which is only slightly more outlandish than how i used to and still dress in my downtime away from the office anyway. (octopus, pirate, and super-hero costumes also get a regular look in).
3 years ago when he saw me dressed as the Monkey king early one morning, my son kind of freaked out. 2 months ago when he (and his little sister) saw me dressed as Brer Rabbit early in the morning they both just said: `have a good gig, Dad' :)
So awesome and beautiful and funny and inspiring. Well done and keep up the good work Joel.
isn't `rising tide' supposed to be a wikileaks/anonymous analogue? They think they're the good guys themselves, but not everyone (and especially not those in government) agree? Good on em for trying to have some kind of depth to motivations. One thing i love about the MU is the various organisations that variously work with or against each other depending on whatevs.
Yeah, pilots are nearly always info dumps. Buffy had a few good gags in the first couple of eps, but took half a season to hit it's stride and didn't iron out character inconsistencies until s3 (and then started making new ones after that). i thought SHELD ep 2 was an improvement (albeit with the pretty darn unoriginal `team bonds' plot) so/but i'm willing to wait & see