Weekly Entertainment Be Esser

Marin County (AP) This weekend George Lucas announced an “artistic parting of the ways” with actor Peter Mayhew (the actor behind the Chewbacca mask for the Original Trilogy, as well as the upcoming Revenge of the Sith) at this past weekend’s “Celebration III” convention. Lucasfilm spokesperson Lucy Autry reports that Lucas plans to remove the much beloved character from not only the DVD release of Sith, but from the Original Trilogy as well.

Tinkering with his films is nothing new to Lucas who added and changed scenes in his Original Trilogy not only for the 1997 Special Editions, but also more recently for the September 2004 DVD releases. One of the major changes being the removal of late actor Sebastian Shaw from the final scene of Return of the Jedi and replacing him with Hayden Christiansen who plays the part of young Anakin Skywalker in the Prequel Trilogy.

Autry goes on to say that Mr. Lucas plans on replacing the Wookiee character with the more child-friendly Jar-Jar Binks from the Prequel Trilogy. “. . . (Lucas) says it’ll be a nice branch, bringing the Prequel Trilogy and the Original Trilogy a little closer in terms of overall style and look.”

Look for the new “Ultimate Saga Edition” 12 disc DVD boxed set due out in stores in early 2007.


Shite That Bugs Jaeger

-Calling a "pylon" a "cone." A cone is something you eat ice cream in.

-Calling "mayonaise" "man-aise." What the fuck is wrong with you people? Can you not see there is a "y" and an "o" in that word?

-Truckers that almost kill Jaeger on the road because they don't know what a fucking YEILD sign means.

-People that refer to themselves in the third person - oh, wait, forget this one...

-Working a shitty low paying job and suffering as I wait for a dozen publishers to tell me how much they hate my work while all my friends are getting HUGE paycheques in the amount of a small lottery every fortnight while doing work that they love and at the same time bitching about how tough their life is.

-The fucking Liberal Government trying to slime it's way out of yet another scam they pulled on the taxpayer.

-That Jaeger has to think of things to write down on this list because there is so little wrong in his life right now.

-When people who can afford to buy cool shit for themselves have stuff given to them for free. Come on! Jaeger needs cool shit too! Pass that shit over this way! Wheeee!

-They way time slows to a crawl between 9am and 11am every morning.

-The Canadian Press calling Avril Levine a "DIVA" and a "pop sensation" when in reality she's an entirely mediocre artist at best.




Just a quick note to tide you over 'till later today:


Prepare yourselves for the invincible Irkan Armada!


The new one

This is the new blog site, note the new link! You can still read the old stuff on the old blog site for a limited time while I figure out how to make this the best blog Jaeger can make it. My keyboard is glitched right now so I cannot use proper punctuation without some goodam French crap coming up. If I try to do an apostrophy, I get this: è and if I try to put in Quotes I get this: È. So bear with me until Ive fixed that.

Here is a thought, well rant really, to tide you over...

Got kind the other night, kind of enraged that is! I was watching CNBC and they had a program called Cover To Cover where they were interviewing Tatum ONeil. She was the youngest actress to get an Oscar for her performance in Paper Moon when she was like, ten. Was in a bunch of flicks in the seventies, and she married John McEnroe the tennis player. She was also a celebrity drug addict for the eighties and nineties.

Anyway, like all celebrity drug addicts shes gone through rehab and now shes clean so what is the first thing she does, well write a book of course! And of course it has publishers fighting to pay her a six or seven figure advance to aquire the rights.

Dont get me wrong, I dont begrudge her the personal therapy shes getting from writing a book about how hard her life was being a rich, academy award winning movie star in the seventies, and how tough it must have been for her living in that Malibu beach house with her rich movie star father Ryan ONeil. The problem I have is with these publishers giving huge BANK to rich celebrities who they consider HEROS now because they kicked their drug habits

I cant help but think how many real artists like myself could get properly published if the book companies gave more than a passing glance to our woks insted of being blinded by the dollar signs that pop up in front of their eyes every time some celeb sob story crosses their desk.

Celebrities that write books bitching about what a tough life they had being rich and famous can shampoo my crotch.

Quote de Jour

I have no respect for people with no shopping agenda.

-Ben Affleck

Terminus Part One

The RX-7’s headlights flash across the tarmac in front of you. You’re driving the speed limit, being careful not to over drive your headlights, and of course with a cautious eye open for roadside wildlife. You know that even at low speeds, collisions with elk, or moose, or bears could be fatal for both the driver and the animal involved.

A glance at the clock on the dash tells you its approaching 10pm, which means you’ve been driving for about five hours. You stopped for gas once already in Revelstoke and were surprised to see so much cash in your wallet.

Thinking about it now brings about an intensely sharp pain to the frontal lobe meats of your brain, much like (as far as you know) the feeling of someone poking a red-hot ice pick into your skull. You decide it’s best not to think about it now and just concentrate on the long, dark, winding, mountain highway stretching out before you. A yawn catches you unawares so you decide it’s best if you find a place to pull over and rest for the night.

You don’t know how much time passes before you find yourself lying utop the covers of a bed in a tiny motel on the outskirts of Kamloops. Your head is a glorious miasma of confusion again because you know that Kamloops is at least a couple of hours from your last position just outside of Salmon Arm, and you have no recollection of driving for so long, even though you must have done.

You switch off the lamp and turn the radio on. There is an old time radio production of The Shadow (who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?) playing as you close your eyes. Somewhere in the back of your mind as you drift off towards sleep you get the feeling you are forgetting something very important.

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