Good Tuesday Morning Darren.
Good Tuesday Morning Darren.
Good morning Tiger I've missed you. I'm back from my weekend at the beach. Sup?
Hey Bill welcome home! I missed you too buddy. I'm just hanging out lol
How about you?
I think today is recovery day...for my liver, sleep, and sunburn, lol.
lol Sounds good.
Yea, it will be nice just to relax and chill out today. What have you been up to?
Just web surfing and all ... the usual lol
Some of you may notice I've deleted my pics in amateur for all the information regarding this decision please see my latest blog post
We'll miss those pics buddy, but I respect your decision.
Thanks Bill I just think it's time for me to move on to something else
So I'll be frequenting F&G much more often now too
F&G is more like a chat forum anyhow with the games mixed in.
Exactly and I enjoy that
So do I.
It's more fun hence the name lol
Hey Darren, have you ever tried Chaudin? You and Bender have something in common, kind of...
What is Chaudin?
Apparently you haven't, lol.
A Louisiana Cajun specialty, stuffed pig's stomach.
You learn something new every day lol
I don't know why but that doesn't look appealing to me
It's also called Ponce.
From Wikipedia: The stuffing includes spices, pork, rice (or it can be served over rice) and vegetables including onions and peppers. It can be prepared in a Dutch oven, crock pot, or baked in an oven and is often sold smoked. It is often made with a Holy Trinity Gravy, a roux with brown chopped onion, bell pepper, celery and garlic in water, broth or wine.
I think it sounds good actually. Just wondering...
I'm not a huge pork eater lol plus I can't eat some of that stuff as it is
I came across it reading the news...things would you dare to eat, lol.
lol Cool lol
We don't cook a lot of Cajun food in this house though I do have heritage in that culture
Good Wednesday Morning Darren.
Hey Cailean how are you?
I'm not too bad, Darren. Yourself?
I'm doing ok too thanks
What have you been up to recently?
Not much just hanging out lol
How about you?
Same here. I'm gonna go for a shower shortly.
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Oh ok I think I might watch a movie or something
Ah, cool. What movie are you thinking about watching?
Not sure yet lol
What time is it over in New Orleans, Darren?
Advance the clock forward 6 hours, and you've got my time.
oh cool lol
Right, I'm off for my shower. See you in a bit, Darren.
I'm back and feeling refreshed.
Welcome back Cailean
Hello again, Darren.
Sigourney Weaver Returns to ‘Alien’ Franchise
JULY 9, 2014 | 01:57PM PT
Sigourney Weaver will reprise her role as Ellen Ripley from the “Alien” franchise in Sega’s upcoming videogame “Alien: Isolation.”
The actress lent her voice and likeness for downloadable bonus missions that will enable players to relive two classic scenes from the 1979 film, directed by Ridley Scott.
Characters played by actors Tom Skerritt (Dallas), Veronica Cartwright (Lambert), Harry Dean Stanton (Brett), Yaphet Kotto (Parker) and Ian Holm (Ash) will also be featured in two downloadable bonus missions (see the cast in the game below), while consumers who pre-order the game at select retailers will also receive “Last Survivor,” in which players pick up the story as Ripley tries to escape the Nostromo on the Narcissus shuttle.
Those who pre-order “Alien: Isolation” before its release on Oct. 7, will receive the Nostromo Edition, which includes “Crew Expendable,” in which players choose one of three surviving crewmembers only moments after Brett’s death at the jaws of the creature.
And As Ellen Ripley, Dallas or Parker, players can explore the Nostromo from habitation deck down through engineering, coordinating their efforts with Lambert and Ash to lure the Alien into the ship’s airlock.
“Alien: Isolation” is set after the events of the original film.
“Working with the original cast has been an incredible experience,” said Alistair Hope, creative lead on “Alien: Isolation.” “It was important to us to have the key original cast members reprise their roles in order to perfectly capture the atmosphere of the movie. For some of the original cast, this is the their first appearance in an ‘Alien’ videogame. Seeing them reprise those roles after 35 years was an unforgettable experience.”
Twentieth Century Consumer Products brokered the deal and is overseeing the game with Sega. Game’s release is timed with an anniversary edition Blu-ray of “Alien” that includes the 1979 graphic novelization of the film.