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???
01-20-2008, 01:54 PM
that version of The Epic of Gilgamesh that we heard about last year

???
01-20-2008, 01:55 PM
if that project is even happening any more

Jupitious
01-20-2008, 02:01 PM
Writer's Strike Motherfucker - have you heard of it? More importantly it is probably killing the whole Justice League project indefinitely.

Just like when overpaid athletes go on strike, their loss. Tons of qualified individuals sitting in the un-employment line who would write for galleons under what we pay those hipster rubes. Labor unions are fucking the economy up and forcing companies to export their jobs overseas where they can avoid greedy US workers. But I digress - I really don't want to hear Billy's pretentious score of a flick with a pretentious title at the moment anyway. SP2 kicks way more ass live then any previous incarnation. That I think that's where Billy and Jimmy should be focusing their energy on. IMO.

tcm
01-20-2008, 02:11 PM
it was a stage production for Redmoon Theater in Chicago and was supposed to open in June 2005, but i can't find fuckall about it ever happening so i guess it never did.

i_adore_adore
01-20-2008, 02:11 PM
*gigantic eyeroll*

tcm
01-20-2008, 02:14 PM
oh MY god, WHAT is YOUR problem, I adore ADORE adore ADORE adore ADORE?ADORE?ADORE?

i_adore_adore
01-20-2008, 02:19 PM
that wasn't directed toward you, buddy :) You just posted too quick.

tcm
01-20-2008, 02:23 PM
okay.


i love the theater. really hope Billy gets another shot in that whole world someday.

Rockin' Cherub
01-20-2008, 03:48 PM
1. lu2-kiĝ2-gi4-a ag-ga dumu en-me-barag-ge4-si-ke4 (Cited in OB catalogue from Nibru, at Philadelphia, 0.2.01, line 12; OB catalogue from Urim (U2), 0.2.04, line 12)
2. kiški-ta dgilgameš2 unugki-še3 mu-un-ši-re7-eš
3. dgilgameš2 igi ab-ba iriki-na-še3
4. inim ba-an-ĝar inim i3-kiĝ2-kiĝ2-e
5. tul2 til-le-da tul2 kalam til-til-le-da
6. tul2 niĝ2 ban3-da kalam til-til-le-da
7. tul2 buru3-da eš2 la2 til-til-le-da
8. e2 kiški-še3 gu2 nam-ba-an-ĝa2-ĝa2-an-de3-en ĝištukul {nam-ba-an-sag3-ge-en-de3-en} {(2 mss. have instead:) ga-am3-ma-sag3-ge-en-de3-en}
9. unken ĝar-ra ab-ba iri-na-ka
10. dgilgameš2 mu-na-ni-ib-gi4-gi4
11. tul2 til-le-da tul2 kalam til-til-le-da
12. tul2 niĝ2 ban3-da kalam til-til-le-da
13. tul2 buru3-da eš2 la2 til-til-le-da
14. e2 kiški-še3 {gu2 ga-am3-ĝa2-ĝa2-an-de3-en ĝištukul nam-ba-sag3-ge-en-de3-en} {(1 ms. has instead:) gu2 nam-ba-ĝa2-ĝa2-an-de3-en [ĝištukul] ga-am3-ma-sag3-ge-en-de3-en}
15. dgilgameš2 en kul-aba4ki-a-ke4
16. dinana-ra nir-ĝal2-la-e
17. inim ab-ba iri-na-ke4 šag4-še3 nu-mu-na-gid2
18. 2-kam-ma-še3 dgilgameš2 {(1 ms. adds:) en kul-abaki-a-ke4} igi ĝuruš iriki-na-še3
19. inim ba-an-ĝar inim i3-kiĝ2-kiĝ2-e
20. tul2 til-le-da tul2 kalam til-til-le-da
21. tul2 niĝ2 ban3-da kalam til-til-le-da
22. tul2 buru3-da eš2 la2 til-til-le-da
23. e2 kiški-še3 {gu2 nam-ba-an-ĝar-re-en-ze2-en ĝištukul nam-ba-an-sag3-ge-en-ze2-en} {(1 ms. has instead:) gu2 /nam-ba-ĝa2-ĝa2-an-de3\-[en] /ĝiš\tukul ga-am3-ma-sag3-/ge-en-de3-en\}
24. unken ĝar-ra ĝuruš iriki-na-ka dgilgameš2 mu-na-ni-ib-gi4-gi4
25. gub-gub-bu-de3 tuš-tuš-u3-de3
26. dumu lugal-la da ri-e-de3
27. zib2 anše dab5-dab5-be2-e-de3
28. a-ba zi-bi mu-un-tuku-e-še
29. e2 kiški-še3 gu2 nam-ba-an-ĝar-re-en-ze2-en ĝištukul nam-ba-an-sag3-ge-en-de3-en
30. unugki ĝiš-kiĝ2-ti diĝir-re-e-ne-ke4
31. e2-an-na e2 an-ta ed3-de3
32. diĝir gal-gal-e-ne me-dim2-bi ba-an-ak-eš-am3
33. bad3 gal {bad3 an-ne2 ki us2-sa} {(1 ms. has instead:) muru9 ki us2-sa-a-ba}
34. ki-tuš maḫ an-ne2 {ĝar-ra-ni} {(1 ms. has instead:) ĝar-ra-a-ba}
35. saĝ mu-e-sig10 za-e lugal ur-saĝ-bi
36. saĝ lum-lum nun an-ne2 ki aĝ2
37. du-a-ni-ta a-gin7 ni2 ba-an-te
38. erin2-bi al-tur a-ga-bi-ta al-bir-re
39. lu2-be2-ne igi nu-mu-un-da-ru-gu2-uš
40. ud-bi-a dgilgameš2 en kul-aba4ki-ke4
41. inim ĝuruš iri-na-še3 šag4-ga-ni an-ḫul2 ur5-ra-ni ba-an-zalag
42. šubur-a-ni en-ki-du10-ra gu3 mu-na-de2-e
43. ne-eš2 ĝiššu-kar2 a2 me3 sa ḫe2-em-mi-gi4
44. ĝištukul me3 a2-zu-še3 ḫe2-em-mi-gi4
45. ni2 gal me-lem4-ma ḫe2-em-dim2-dim2-e
46. e-ne du-a-ni-ta ni2 gal-ĝu10 ḫe2-eb-šu2
47. dim2-ma-ni ḫe2-suḫ3 ĝalga-a-ni ḫe2-bir-re
48. ud nu-5-am3 ud nu-10-am3
49. ag-ga dumu en-me-barag-ge4-si-ke4 unugki zag-ga ba-an-dab5-be2-eš
50. unugki-ga dim2-ma-bi ba-an-suḫ3
51. dgilgameš2 en kul-abaki-ke4
52. ur-saĝ-be2-ne-er gu3 mu-ne-de2-e
53. ur-saĝ-ĝu10-ne igi {mu-un-suḫ-suḫ-u3-ne} {(2 mss. have instead:) saĝ5-saĝ5-en-ze2-en}
54. šag4 tuku ḫe2-en-zi-zi-i ag-ga-še3 {ga-an-ši-ĝen} {(1 ms. has instead:) ga-an-gi4}
55. BIR-ḪAR-tur-ra lu2-saĝ-lugal-a-ni
56. lugal-a-ni-ir za3-mi2 mu-un-na-ab-be2
57. {(2 mss. add:) lugal-ĝu10} ĝe26-e ag-ga-še3 {ga-an-ši-ĝen} {(1 ms. has instead:) /ga\-na-gud-gu4-ud}
58. dim2-ma-ni ḫe2-suḫ3 ĝalga-a-ni ḫe2-bir-re
59. BIR-ḪAR-tur-ra abul-la ba-ra-e3
60. BIR-ḪAR-tur-ra abul-la ed2-da-ni
61. kan4 abul-la-ka mu-ni-in-dab5-be2-eš
62. BIR-ḪAR-tur-ra sukux(SUKUD)-ra2-ni mu-ni-in-gum-gum-ne
63. igi ag-ga-še3 mu-ni-in-te?
64. ag-ga-še3 gu3 mu-na-de2-e
65. inim-ma-ni nu-un-til zabar-dab5 unugki-ga-ke4 bad3-še3 im-me-ed3-de3
66. bad3-da gu2-na im-ma-an-la2
67. ag-ga igi im-ma-ni-in-du8
68. BIR-ḪAR-tur-re gu3 mu-na-de2-e
69. arad2 lu2 še lugal-zu-u3
70. lu2 še lugal-ĝu10 in-nu
71. /lu2\ še lugal-ĝu10 ḫe2-me-a
72. saĝ-ki ḫuš-a-ni ḫe2-me-a
73. igi alim-ma-ka-ni ḫe2-me-a
74. sun4! na4za-gin3-na-ka-a-ni ḫe2-me-a
75. šu-si sag9-ga-ni ḫe2-me-a
76. šar2-ra la-ba-an-šub-bu-uš šar2-ra la-ba-an-zig3-ge-eš
77. šar2-ra saḫar-ra la-ba-an-da-šar2-re-eš
78. kur-kur du3-a-bi la-ba-an-da-šu2-a
79. ka ma-da-ka saḫar-ra la-ba-da-an-si
80. si ĝišma2-gur8-ra-ka la-ba-ra-an-kud
81. ag-ga lugal kiški-a šag4 erin2-na-ka-ni šaĝa-a la-ba-ni-in-ak
82. mu-ni-ib-ra-ra-ne mu-ni-ib-sag3-sag3-ge-ne
83. BIR-ḪAR-tur-re sukux(SUKUD)-ra2-ni mu-ni-in-gum-gum-ne
84. eĝer zabar-dab5 unugki-ga-ke4 dgilgameš2 bad3-še3 im-me-ed3-de3
85. ab-ba di4-di4-la2 kul-aba4ki-a-ke4 me-lem4 bi2-ib-šu2-šu2
86. ĝuruš unugki-ga-ke4 ĝištukul me3 a2-ne-ne bi2-in-si
87. ĝišig abul-la-ka sila-ba bi2-in-gub
88. en-ki-du10 abul-la dili ba-ra-e3
89. dgilgameš2 bad3-da gu2-na im-ma-an-la2
90. igi bar-re-da-ni ag-ga igi ba-ni-in-du8
91. arad2 lu2 še lugal-zu-u3
92. lu2 še lugal-ĝu10 i3-me-a
93. bi2-in-dug4-ga-gin7-nam
94. šar2-ra ba-an-šub-bu-uš šar2-ra ba-an-zig3-ge-eš
95. šar2-ra saḫar-ra ba-an-da-šar2-re-eš
96. kur-kur du3-a-bi ba-an-da-šu2-am3
97. ka ma-da-ka saḫar-ra ba-da-an-si
98. si ĝišma2-gur8-ra-ke4 ba-/ra-an-kud\
99. ag-ga lugal kiški-a šag4 erin2-na-ka-ni šaĝa-a ba-ni-in-ak
{
(1 ms. adds 1 line:)
99A. /ĝuruš\ unugki-ga-ke4 erin2-bi X /A\ X /BA?\ X
}
100. dgilgameš2 en kul-aba4ki-ke4
101. {ag-ga-a gu3 mu-na-de2-e} {(1 ms. has instead:) [ag]-ga-aš sa2 mu-na-ni!-/ib-be2\}
102. ag-ga ugula-ĝu10 ag-ga nu-banda3-ĝu10
{
(1 ms. adds 1 line:)
102A. [ag]-ga ensi2-ĝu10 ag-ga /šagina-ĝu10\
}
103. ag-ga šagina erin2-na-ĝu10
104. ag-ga zi ma-/an-šum2\ ag-ga nam-til3 ma-an-šum2
105. ag-ga lu2-kar-ra ur2-ra bi2-in-tum2-mu
106. ag-ga mušen kar-ra še bi2-ib-si-si
107. unugki ĝiš-kiĝ2-ti diĝir-re-e-ne-ke4
108. bad3 gal {bad3 an-ne2 ki us2-sa} {(the other ms. has instead:) muru9 ki us2-/sa-a-ba\}
109. ki-tuš maḫ an-ne2 {ĝar-ra-ni} {(the other ms. has instead:) /ĝar-ra\-[a]-/ba\}
110. saĝ mu-sig10 {za-e lugal ur-saĝ-bi} {(the other ms. has instead:) šu-ĝu10 /im-mi-ib-gi4\}
111. saĝ lum-lum nun an-ne2 ki aĝ2 (the other ms. omits this line)
112. igi dutu-še3 šu ud-bi-ta e-ra-an-gi4
113. ag-ga kiški-še3 šu {ba-ni-in-ba} {(1 ms. has instead:) ba-ni-in-bar}
114. dgilgameš2 en kul-aba4ki-a-ke4
115. za3-mi2-zu dug3-ga-am

hnibos
01-20-2008, 04:14 PM
this thread made me lol, thanks guys

Pizza Club
01-20-2008, 04:33 PM
Writer's Strike Motherfucker - have you heard of it? More importantly it is probably killing the whole Justice League project indefinitely.

Just like when overpaid athletes go on strike, their loss. Tons of qualified individuals sitting in the un-employment line who would write for galleons under what we pay those hipster rubes. Labor unions are fucking the economy up and forcing companies to export their jobs overseas where they can avoid greedy US workers. But I digress - I really don't want to hear Billy's pretentious score of a flick with a pretentious title at the moment anyway. SP2 kicks way more ass live then any previous incarnation. That I think that's where Billy and Jimmy should be focusing their energy on. IMO.


You are so right. Some people have a lot of nerve trying to get fairly compensated for their work.

:rolleyes:

Jupitious
01-20-2008, 04:52 PM
You are so right. Some people have a lot of nerve trying to get fairly compensated for their work.

:rolleyes:

Are you fairly compensated for what you do? Does anyone truly feel they are getting back what they are putting in and then some?

What about the interns, assistants, "gaffers", lighting people, extras. All these people are currently out of a job, and living in one of the most expensive (if not THE) areas of the USA. No union is paying these people to be not working while they "work things out". Things are not going to work out for them and I applaud the establishment.

All those starving artists submitting their independent works at Sundance that weren't made strictly to make money are finally going to get a shot and it's going to work in the studios' and viewers favor. I think we can do without ANOTHER Law and Order series or a re-hashed character like Rocky, Indiana Jones, and Rambo just to make money off a major motion picture.

Same thing is actually working out for musicians and music fans. Flash in the pan crap is not catching on like it used to because noone is paying for it! If you don't buy shit, eventually they'll stop making it. To actually sell records and make money and get your shit heard - it now has to be smart and good. Radiohead made money because they are fucking Radiohead and they took their time on their own dime making a record. Whereas Pop and Rap rapidly put out music just to keep someone's name "hot". If we don't look at the history of our past we are doomed to repeat it.

::gets off soapbox::

Mayfuck
01-20-2008, 05:05 PM
jupitous seems like a pretty hateful and angry guy.

i_adore_adore
01-20-2008, 05:19 PM
I agree...

The writers have a right to strike, just like teachers. This is America. Stop being such a commie.

That didn't really make any sense at all.

Mayfuck
01-20-2008, 05:51 PM
yeah it didn't. don't try to talk about politics anymore.

i_adore_adore
01-20-2008, 06:18 PM
oh please...

If we weren't friends I'd probably :rolleyes: at you

rolmos
01-20-2008, 06:21 PM
I agree...

The writers have a right to strike, just like teachers. This is America. Stop being such a fascist.


Fixed :)

i_adore_adore
01-20-2008, 06:46 PM
Well, I reckon that makes more sense, but my comment wasn't meant to be taken seriously anyway *shrug*

rolmos
01-20-2008, 06:48 PM
It's ok *pat on the head*

i_adore_adore
01-20-2008, 07:09 PM
:love:

teamneedle
01-20-2008, 07:37 PM
Writer's Strike Motherfucker - have you heard of it? More importantly it is probably killing the whole Justice League project indefinitely.

Just like when overpaid athletes go on strike, their loss. Tons of qualified individuals sitting in the un-employment line who would write for galleons under what we pay those hipster rubes. Labor unions are fucking the economy up and forcing companies to export their jobs overseas where they can avoid greedy US workers. But I digress - I really don't want to hear Billy's pretentious score of a flick with a pretentious title at the moment anyway. SP2 kicks way more ass live then any previous incarnation. That I think that's where Billy and Jimmy should be focusing their energy on. IMO.
First of all I stopped reading your post after you said Justice League, so I know at that point you are either 13.5 years old or just a retard.

But if you actually knew your facts, the justice league is canned at the moment because there was a script and it sucked ass. Yes, the strike means they can't fix it, but its probably such a bad script that it is a better idea just to can it.

Thank god, that would have been a fucking mess of a movie.

Jupitious
01-20-2008, 08:29 PM
Yea, I would love the teachers to strike. Hopefully they do it when my kid gets to school. Once again - if the teachers don't teach, the janitors won't have anything to clean and the kids won't learn.

I wonder, does anyone here know how much a member of the writer's guild makes annually? I mean on average, does anyone have an idea? Maybe I should get one...

i_adore_adore
01-20-2008, 08:33 PM
Please don't talk to me like I'm an idiot.

Teachers get paid absolute crap, and they deserve to make more money than a lot of the people who get rich. If you think they ENJOY striking, then you're seriously delusional. My teachers strike every time their contract is up, and it sucks for everyone, INCLUDING them. None of them want to be out there, but they do what they have to do to get what they believe they deserve.

And as for that "The kids won't learn" thing, that is the biggest bunch of bull I've ever heard. I guess it's been a while since you've gone to school or something, but the days that are missed at the beginning of the year are made up at the end. Good God...

redbull
01-20-2008, 09:06 PM
this is windfucker

Mayfuck
01-20-2008, 10:21 PM
i wonder if the entire conservative movement in america is solely based on anger, hatred and trolling alone.

Jupitious
01-20-2008, 10:38 PM
I don't mean to talk to you like you're an idiot - in fact you are most likely far from one. All my years in school, I've never heard of or seen a teacher's strike. I know teacher's don't make shit as far as money goes - that's what husbands are for. Sounds sexist, I know, but in the complacence of the corporate-run male payscale system that is probably how it got this way.

Female teachers weren't exactly heads of the household, so they didn't need to get paid for their services as well as they probably should have been. Times have changed and now everyone is working. Housewives are becoming rarer and rarer and teachers probably do deserve to be paid a bit more. Of course that kick would most likely come from taxpayers, as public education isn't necessarily a money making industry.

I've also never been employed under a union, so maybe what do I know?

Mayfuck
01-20-2008, 10:50 PM
so maybe what do I know?

not much, clearly.

hnibos
01-20-2008, 11:59 PM
so much talk from mayfuck yet not one fucking opinion, surprise? probably not.

Mayfuck
01-21-2008, 02:46 AM
probably cause explaining the history of labor unions in america and what they accomplished and why they continue to exist, as well as the role of taxes, is a waste of time to a guy who seems committed to trolling based on the boorish tone of his posts.

Trent_Reznor
01-21-2008, 02:54 AM
what if you could look right through the cracks
would you find yourself
find yourself afraid to SEE

Jupitious
01-21-2008, 07:56 AM
I'm sorry I'm not nearing 50,000 posts there, cool dude. That hint of modesty and apology to adore was not you're invitation to speak on the matter.

Do you even have a real job? Your post count alone would lead me to suspect not.

rolmos
01-21-2008, 08:53 AM
Mayfuck has been a member since 1970, so 3.5 posts a day isn't that much. :think:

This is a message board, not a private chat room, so if you say something as stupid as what you've been writing, it's normal to be replied to.

You're gonna get us all banned for being offtopic!

I think I don't enjoy much of the work Billy has done with the soundtracks. Ransom is forgettable, as well as Stigmata. BAtman will be remembered because of it's commercial status, but it isn't that great either. Identify and the Spun soundtrack are both exceptions though, they're both amazing.

apetulantfrenzy
01-21-2008, 09:09 AM
@Jupitious

What do you do for a job, sir, since you're so educated about entertainment, education, and have no use for organized labor?

i_adore_adore
01-21-2008, 04:00 PM
okay, let's all be nice to one another.

We all have different opinions, and none of us knows everything. Hugs all around!

Oh yes, and Billy writes good music.

Jupitious
01-22-2008, 07:41 AM
I heart the smashing pumpkins.

IWishIWasBlank
01-22-2008, 04:41 PM
A) Justice League is only one comic away from being the gayest of all, a title held by Fantastic Four. The best-selling F4 comic was the one they were all killed in. It's what everyone was waiting for.

B) The writers primarly write scripted "reality" tv now, and everything else they write isn't funny. I haven't seen anything on Saturday Night Live in 10 years that made me laugh.