The snow was just perfect for building snowmen today - so I built one.
supposed to be a lemure (a low ranking inhabitant of the
hell-like plane of Baator, part of the Planescape campaign setting
for AD&D) - but it ended up looking like a michelin mascot gone
My favorite month of the year...
I went for a walk and took the camera with me...
So - a
Xi Men Chui Xue
Xi Men Chui
Xue usually tends to do a fairly 'clean' job, so I guess there
should be less blood.
But - for the sake of effect - I went for a slight exaggeration...
I may be a winter person,but I can't spend the whole spring and summer in hiding, right...? Today, I decided that it's high time I started enjoying at least some aspects of this season. I spent half the afternoon outside, trying my best to ignore the disgusting heat and to enjoy myself. And it was time well spent. The heat was pretty awful (and so were the mosquitos - I swear they're
Some 'Qin fanart' - as I call it...
Point at a deer and call it a horse.
you sum up Wei Pai's acting career in but a few words, you could
say that 'he'd been there', done his little supporting bit, and
enjoyed a few flashy moments before his star dimmed and went out.
He never made it big – and thanks to his fairly promising but short
involvement with Chang Cheh's 'Venom mob', he's probably better
known to Western fans of Hong Kong old-school films than to the
Reasons for that are no great mystery. He was fairly good and looked very well – but the industry was big and there were more than enough young good-looking chaps who were 'fairly good'. Wei Pai didn't have that extra bit of something to spur his caree