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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby lotek » 19 Jul 2010 10:47

SandChigger wrote:You KNOW what invariably happens when you mention that image, right?

c'mon bring it on old man!
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SandChigger wrote:If KJA had 'shopped it himself, it would be a lot funnier. ;)


if KJA had done that pic himself he wouldn't be theKJA!
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby Tleszer » 19 Jul 2010 17:19

SandChigger wrote:In Watchmen Dr Manhattan & his Blue Wang are rumored to be giving people cancer.

Are you saying that I should visit tehKJAcket and pee in his soup? I WON'T DO IT! Even I have some standards... :shifty:
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby SandChigger » 19 Jul 2010 19:59

:shock:

I... wasn't suggesting anything of the sort. The thought never even entered my mind. :snooty:

But thanks once again for a fascinating peek into your mind and how it works. ;) :lol:

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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby merkin muffley » 20 Jul 2010 02:38

Tleszer wrote:
SandChigger wrote:In Watchmen Dr Manhattan & his Blue Wang are rumored to be giving people cancer.

Are you saying that I should visit tehKJAcket and pee in his soup? I WON'T DO IT! Even I have some standards... :shifty:


Oh, come on, man, do it. I really think you should do that. I support that happening, whole-heartedly. Pee in it. Do it.
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Postby SandChigger » 20 Jul 2010 03:03

And Moses said... LET MY PEE'ER GO!

:lol:

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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby lotek » 20 Jul 2010 12:56

talking of Peter...
they peed in the ponch :)
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby merkin muffley » 20 Jul 2010 19:00

Official Dune wrote:
David James wrote: I know I've been looking forward to it over the past couple of years now as I've been working my way through all the novels. Although, it would have been nice if they had finished the inquels first, but as long as they get back to those once they're finished with the schools, then that's okay with me. I'm still working my way through some of the other DUNE novels I haven't read yet anyway. Every time I think I've read all that can possibly take place in the DUNE universe, I open up another book (whether an original by Frank Herbert or one of the continuations by the team of Brian and Kevin) and am constantly blown away with the story told within the covers no matter who writes it. This is a universe that can be explored long after Brian and Kevin have passed away and should definitely be kept within the Herbert family under Herbert control as Brian has done and if future generations want to use the help of another author too like he did then I hope they find another good one like Kevin. I see a lot more that can be told in the history of this universe going back to the past before the DUNE saga begins, and far into the future beyond the DUNE saga. As much as I'm looking forward to the Hellhole trilogy, I am definitely a DUNE fan and am glad that Brian and Kevin are filling in as many gaps as they can with the material Frank left behind.
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby merkin muffley » 20 Jul 2010 19:15

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Zadam Rhodes wrote: seeing as how i am having to wait for the next books to be written does anyone happen to know of any GOOD fan stories written about the dune universe. i would re read all the books but i have started buying the audiobooks to give my eyes a rest.
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Byron Merritt wrote: Fan stories don't exist at this time (except maybe a few online). How about some non-Dune Frank Herbert stories? The Santaroga Barrier or The White Plague or Soul Catcher or ???
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Zadam Rhodes wrote: ok ok i get the point lol but the dune universe shares properties with melange its too damn addictive !! (and am i the only person that goes through the books bookmarking where chapters relating to the desert are then reading just those and ignoring the rest. i think i may be a bit overdosed!!
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Buck Turgidson wrote: Well, I know for a fact there are quite a few fan stories out there (Paul of Dune, Winds of Dune, Hunters of Dune), but do agree that there aren't any good ones out there. Your best bet is a non-Dune Frank Herbert story.
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby Nekhrun » 20 Jul 2010 19:28

Someone should post asking why kja and Bobo are writing sequels to Hellboy now. Let's get those Hellboy fans riled up!
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Postby merkin muffley » 20 Jul 2010 22:23

Nekhrun wrote:Someone should post asking why kja and Bobo are writing sequels to Hellboy now. Let's get those Hellboy fans riled up!


I'm down. Are they writing sequels to Hellboy? Is that recent?
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby Nekhrun » 20 Jul 2010 22:27

merkin muffley wrote:
Nekhrun wrote:Someone should post asking why kja and Bobo are writing sequels to Hellboy now. Let's get those Hellboy fans riled up!


I'm down. Are they writing sequels to Hellboy? Is that recent?

No, but it's just the type of question a damn dirty preeq might ask.
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby SandRider » 20 Jul 2010 23:22

I like it ....

I read on the internet that Kevin J. Anderson is writing Battlestar Galactica interquels ....

I read on the internet that Kevin J. Anderson is writing an EU Farscape ....

I read on the internet that Kevin J. Anderson is writing the Stargate prequel ...

I read on the internet that Kevin J. Anderson has been given the go ahead to re-boot Star Trek from the ground up ...

I read on the internet that Kevin J. Anderson is working on the screenplay for Avatar II ....

&etc ...

team up in twos and threes and post on these fan forums, planting and confirming these rumors ...

create twitter sockpuppets and disperse this disinformation ... let's see how wide a handful of "malcontents"
can spread that sweet KJA-hate ....
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby merkin muffley » 20 Jul 2010 23:59

Oh, I see. Good idea. I've talked to someone who's willing to post on Facebook for me. Sockpuppets within sockpuppets. ????? is a sockpuppet of Buck Turgidson is a sockpuppet of Merkin Muffley is a sockpuppet of ??????. This is way better than XBOX, or sleeping with a lady (I'm guessing).
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby Serkanner » 21 Jul 2010 02:16

Let me get this right. Byron "the coward" Merrit says there are at this time no fanfic stories?

Really!

I remember vividly reading two novel sized alternative Dune 7 books named "Dune Revenant" and "Dune Advent" and BOTH are better than the shite the two idiots have published so far.

Tool!

Edit: I wrote Revelation instead of the correct title Dune Revenant.
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby twistedmentat » 21 Jul 2010 06:16

where could i find these 2 fanfiction books?

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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby Serkanner » 21 Jul 2010 06:38

twistedmentat wrote:where could i find these 2 fanfiction books?


Google?
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby lotek » 21 Jul 2010 07:16

Serkanner wrote:
twistedmentat wrote:where could i find these 2 fanfiction books?


Google?


and where do I find that?

:p


http://www.scribd.com/doc/239929/Dune-R ... m-Mitchell
http://www.usul.net/fandom/marco/
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby Nekhrun » 21 Jul 2010 08:01

Serkanner wrote:
twistedmentat wrote:where could i find these 2 fanfiction books?


Google?

http://tinyurl.com/3adyf9v
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby Serkanner » 21 Jul 2010 09:45

Nekhrun wrote:
Serkanner wrote:
twistedmentat wrote:where could i find these 2 fanfiction books?


Google?

http://tinyurl.com/3adyf9v


:clap: ... that was neat!
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby merkin muffley » 21 Jul 2010 10:34

Official Dune wrote:Earlier this week, at the Dinner for Schmucks' premiere, Adam Scott told us he and Paul Rudd had recently had, while shooting their new movie My Idiot Brother, a "Kyle MacLachlan moment." Unclear as to what the hell a "Kyle MacLachlan moment" is, we got Rudd to give us the details: "Yeah, last night we were talking about Dune and we kept saying the Dune line, “Father, the sleeper has awakened,” and I was holding a toothbrush under my nose pretending like it was the thing that’s in Kyle MacLachlan's’s nose in Dune. And then Kyle MacLachlan's here today. It’s a little like being in the Twilight Zone. I want to tell him the sleeper has awakened."



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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby Omphalos » 21 Jul 2010 12:21

You guys really, really need to go through this.

http://tau.solahpmo.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=4

I'm seeing a lot of questions that are answered there, and a lot of things that are posted there.

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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby twistedmentat » 22 Jul 2010 05:24

Serkanner wrote:
twistedmentat wrote:where could i find these 2 fanfiction books?


Google?


Damn i binged when i shoulda googled.....do'h :doh:

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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby twistedmentat » 22 Jul 2010 05:29

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Peter Griffin is a preek????? For shame, for shame. By the way if any photo shop savey(is that spelled right?) indivduals could airbrush some chin-balls on that guy, it would make my day.

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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby SandChigger » 22 Jul 2010 07:30

According to some accounts, that wouldn't be necessary, because his whole head is a giant testicle. (That's why he was "brave" enough to join here and relieve himself on the floor cushions, but not smart enough to do much else. Like answer the hard questions directed at him.)

Yet other accounts hold that he has no balls whatsoever. His being a eunuch would explain the corpulence. ;)

(For me, personally, if he also turns out to have a high-pitched squeally piglet voice... Mmmm, I would just lie down and die and go straight to Heaven. Like this: :laughing-rolling: )
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Re: Dune Facebook

Postby D Pope » 22 Jul 2010 15:15

Dune Series on Facebook wrote:Thank you for wanting to improve this Community Page. We'll let you know when we're ready for your suggestions.
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