The Purple Pinup Guru Platform

When purple things are pulsating on your mind, I'm the one whose clock you want to clean. Aiding is Sparky, the Astral Plane Zen Pup Dog from his mountain stronghold on the Northernmost Island of the Happy Ninja Island chain, this blog will also act as a journal to my wacky antics at an entertainment company and the progress of my self published comic book, The Deposit Man which only appears when I damn well feel like it. Real Soon Now.

Wednesday, May 05, 2004


It sure is a monumental time for blogging... so much has happened, so little time to tell. The thread of Micah Ian Wright's question in terms of his lying about his ranger service has been closed down ON HIS OWN MESSAGE BOARD I MIGHT ADD. The search for the former Wildstorm/DC comic book writer of Stormwatch: Team Achilles and Vigilante and his integrity is an ongoing debate on the delphi messageboards. I see a good portion of delphiforums members are not taking his public apology to heart and this could cause a ripple effect in having his entire forum to fold. I'm curious about how these mods work. I read one post saying that they could ban and gag the host, even though he is one footing the bill for the messageboard to be on in the first place.

But I try not to dwell on it too long. After all, everything on Delphiforums is 99 percent make-believe anyway. I rather talk about progessive rock instead..

ITEM! Well, I listened to the new Fish album last night, A Field of Crows and it isn't really up to par as the new Marillion album is (Fish's old band) . Sure there are some toe tappers on it such as Zoo Class and Old Crow which has Fish exploring familiar Motown territory such as he did wayyy back with his very first album, Virgil in A Wildness of Mirrors and of course you can't get away without smirking at the brilliance of Fish's lyrical witticisms on tracks such as The Rookie and Numbers - but Steve Hogarth, the current singer of Marillion is the better trained singer and the more melody meister, and therefore resonates with the most memorable tunes from Marillion's new Marbles double CD that it sticks more in your craw. Fish is still the better lyricist and more socially conscientious of the two. But I am content with both their of their material and each deserve a unbiased listen on their own merits. Strange that I got both CDs at the nearly the same time!

ITEM!! Of all the DVD to salivate over - next Tuesday the entire season of Jonny Quest is on the top of my drool bucket list...All 26 classic Quest episodes rendered in their mid-sixties glory by Alex Toth and Doug Wiley. It's something I threw out in the ring on a lark on a most requested you want to see released on a DVD thread on a delphiforum, not thinking that the DVD manufactors of the gods would ever listen to me....Well, my prayers have been answered. Wait a sec, if I'm a atheist, how can my wishes ever come true?

ITEM! An 'operative' reported to me, that the subject of did I ever stalk actress Ashley Scott came up in a Delphiforum again.... Another thing that grew out of proportion after I mentioned that I saw her cozy up to two stagehands while she was on the set of Birds of Prey. I don't know about you, but my idea of Ashley as my fantasy girl went out the wet dream window when she turned up alongside the ROCK in the puke a thon that was called the remake of WALKING TALL have her go back to her natural blond. Ashley was HOT as a brunette- she's just so so as a blond. Besides she's just got engaged and she's resorted to starring on the sitcom Joey- the much anticipated sequel to that ten year blow job they called 'Friends'. Sitcoms.....yuck. They are such are a turn-off.

ITEM! Haven't been to the lot too much, other than to pick up my 50 percent off employee discounted DVDs. Constantine is probably in post production even as I speak- but I do know that Stage 16 was used recently for the 3rd remake pilot of Dark Shadows which just wrapped filming by director P.J. Hogan - who directed that horrendous 'hey kids, see the wires?' mess of Peter Pan last Christmas. John Woo's remake of The Robinsons: Lost In Space is currently finishing up on the Fox lot. So other than that, there's not a whole lot going on the lot because of summer hiatus and they're busy constructing the new sets for the new hits and tankers for fall.

BATMAN BEGINS is now filming in London and Chicago. So no one e-mail me about anything I know, because chances are I won't know what the fuck you're talking about. The script never passed through these doors and was not done by our script people unless it was done by the graveyard shift....and you know the those dead hard ons never talk.


Although the pictures of Christian Bale in costume, the sets, and the entire casting signifies a return to greatness that harkens back to the first two Burton movies.

ITEM! It was great to see Jane Krakowski last night stretch out her abilities and show everyone that she is just as good as portraying a down right scary bitch in last night's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode. A serial killer who goes around strangling poor defendless grannies? Too fucking much! Kudos to Jane! It's so freaking surreal to see her get this gigantic in the entertainment biz, when I used to see her all around Parsippany, N.J. just trying to be a normal gal. But from what my sister used to tell me, nobody in Parsippany High School would go near her because of her notoriety in the film and commerical business. Now she's a big Tony Award winner and she's ALWAYS being talked about in the MORRISTOWN DAILY RECORD - constantly shoving her stardom in all their shitty little kissers. Jane, if you ever happen to be googling yourself and are reading this: I'm sorry you lost out to Peter Valorsi to my sister and keep blasting away at your career, honey. You're Parsippany's finest. I, on the other hand will more than happyto be the number two puerile celebrity out of Parsippany.

And Linda Freeman, where the hell are you?

ITEM! Hmmm, what else is there to talk about...?

ITEM! Oh yeah, the Deposit Man Daily Log Report..... well, other than the postponement of the meeting between MAS and I to get the first fully inked pages of the upcoming book, I sat down last night and composed the credits page and - this would probably astonish Robocop and ex-Punisher writer Steven Grant - a synopsis of what actually went on in the Deposit Man & The Last Great Gate of Mortality Act One. I would love to see his reaction to that when I finally release the new one.


Well, My Yes remaster perspectives for one thing. I still want to reminisce about what I was doing in the day when I first heard them.




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