Virtual Globe Awards
Last night, at the Virtual Globes, Hollywood was in full form. Not even riots in, and out, of El Inferno could stop the power house of awards that were handed out to the best of the best of simsence.
>That's LaLa Land for you! Riots over the Virtual Globes. Drek, the price of electricity is up at the gas station...I think I'll steal and loot. Oh a chip head who shop lifted a hair brush is jailed...I think I'll riot. I'm fragging glad I live in Seattle.
>Slip n' Sleaze
>You drek headed frag faced Seattle based McHugh licken Dooz No Qua bastard! You don't know squat you (8.3 Mp Deleted by sysop.)
(LongSword has been Logged Off.)
>Sorry, this is my punishment; to watch over the Nerps files. Damn you Shiva.
>Just to clear things up. The riots last month were not even closely related to the Virtual Globes. One of the reactors at Long Beach leaked, I guess it over heated or something, don't know nuclear physics, but the drek hit the fan and the people hit the streets. And LongSword, chummer, It is Dzoo Noo Qua, O.K.
One of the highlights of course was Jacob's Deck. This dark, film noir, was nominated for eight VGs; including Best Director, Best Over All Simulated Senses, Best Actor and Best Visual Sense. Although it only walked away with one, Best Script, the appearance and actions of the cast and crew certainly made the night for many VG fans.
Other notables were: On the Docks, Kyle Henderson's directorial vision of the Night of Rage, which won Best Director. Whitney Evelyon took Best Actress for her role of Ester in Paul Eg's A Tulip's Petal. And Fred Waters took home Best Over All Simulated Senses for his Action-Erotica film A Blade to Love By.
>On the Docks was one of the worst pieces of trash to ever hit chip. It totally down played the involvement of Humanis and Alamos 20k making it look like it was unorganized and chaos on all sides. It's drek like this that keeps metahumanity in its well watched place.
>You want to know why, chummer? Just look at the producers, in between Sheril Togashi and Ike Topper there lies Robert Pole. One of LA's finest Humanis skum. Last year alone Mr. Pole donated 4.5 million to various political movements. Humanis received over 80% of that money.
>Bulldrek. For one Robert Pole has been aggressively against metahuman bias, just look at his newspaper's weekly forum "Open Mind" which advocates love and unity and drek. And secondly why in all the nodes would he help produce one of the years most anti-race hate movies with Sheril Togashi, active O.R.C. member and Ike, we like, Topper who, two years ago had his exhibit at the L.A. County Museum of Art which was titled "Many Faces, One Soul!"
>Your answer lies at Rockford.1132.file.101Pole.fle
>Who cares about that drek, just give me more of Lisa Vindin's body in A Blade to Love By. Wow!