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Saturday, April 29, 2006

New Relevant Article

Actually, it's my FIRST Relevant article...everything else has been a review/reaction.

I had my eye on a spicy dumpling.

Check me out.


Blogger jasdye said...

awww, who's a big boy? that's right, YOU are!

why does relevant only post like half of the comments, and out of order? do i need to become a member in order to be fully offended at what stupid things people say.

your article, as always, is great. i guess nothing new to either of us, but i'm glad you're spreading the word out about Christians and film.

5:29 PM

Blogger Kurisuteen Kaneshiro said...

You know me, anything that attacks and/or devalues the confines of 'the box' is GOLD in my eyes.


Hehehee...I'm SO gonna be that friend, that walks around claiming ownership on you before you get super-huge (cuz you're already PRETTY DANG WELL KNOWN). Like I'll be at some boho-artists/designers/writers party, and someone (pretentious, of course) will say 'did you all see that noir flick by A. Tillman-Young? He totally understands the art deco movement of the 60's and captures the angst of the raging teenager nuisance in the 00's all in one shot'...and I'll be like 'you're an idiot. firstly, that movie was about Galilee in Jesus's day dufus, and secondly, I *KNOW* him personally, so don't try to act like you know his 'underlying' message...'

Then they'll kick me out and I'll be banned. Wikked! Nothing like being banned to add to a writer's cred.

The article was more solid than Gibraltar. homie. I like how you totally Christianized 'Eternal'. I'd want to see THAT flick, actually.

And cosigning with Woodclicker, I was having a bit of trouble with the comments too. I wanted to see what other know-it-all's had to say, but it was hard to navigate. Leave it to (ir)relevant.

2:58 AM

Blogger jasdye said...

funny, chris. (i meant the gallery story. not in calling me woodclicker. that's not funny at all.)

5:13 PM

Blogger Khristi Lauren said...


2:14 PM


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