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At least that's real and original and not a duplicate.

I know - it's even realer because it's a part of him.

I actually have something similar. It's a Ray thumbprint in blue birthday cake frosting, but it was an accident, which made it even more adorable.


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...At least that's real and original and not a duplicate.


Have you never read "Marionettes, Inc"?

Big Grin


- Phil

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Ray used to visit this bookshop, at least, once a year for decades:

http://www.latimes.com/news/na...0422,0,3973695.story
 
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If you live in the Los Angeles area and have nothing better to do on Sunday you might enjoy taking in a movie at the Egyptian in Hollywood to see King of Kings with uncredited narration written by Ray and spoken by Orson Wells.
 
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Ray used to visit this bookshop, at least, once a year for decades:

http://www.latimes.com/news/na...0422,0,3973695.story

I recently returned from a vacation in Paris...my first visit to this beautiful city. I spent time one day wandering around the fascinating Shakespeare and Company bookstore, and found a number of Ray's books, in their British trade paperback editions, sitting on its bookshelves. And, of course, I could not help but notice the famous sign hanging over one of the many rooms in the store: "BE NOT INHOSPITABLE TO STRANGERS LEST THEY BE ANGELS IN DISGUISE". For more information about Shakespeare and Company, the link to its website is here:

http://www.shakespeareandcompany.com/
 
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Rachel Bloom has gotten a Hugo nomination for F**K Me Ray Bradbury.
 
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A still of Ray watching the video for the first time.

ImageRayVideo.jpg (67 Kb, 8 downloads)
 
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And here is the link to iTunes for the song:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/alb...bradbury/id388035658
 
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There is a music division for Hugos?
 
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Ms. Bloom's video was nominated for a Hugo under the category, "Best Dramatic Presentation-Short". Here is a complete list of the nominees:

BEST DRAMATIC PRESENTATION – SHORT
Doctor Who: ‘‘A Christmas Carol’’
Doctor Who: ‘‘The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang’’
Doctor Who: ‘‘Vincent and the Doctor’’
F**k Me, Ray Bradbury
The Lost Thing
 
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I'd like to be there when the nominations are read out!


- Phil

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I'd like to be there when the nominations are read out!


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A Jehovah's Witness came to my house today, and handed me some literature on The Watchtower, and spoke to me about how the earthquakes are happening as foretold by prophecy.

I handed him one of my spare copies of "The Stories of Ray Bradbury", and told him I would be interested in speaking more with him about The Watchtower, if he read Ray's book, and came back.

He was enthusiastic! Rightly so. But still, I wonder...


"Oh, death!"
 
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http://www.wyzant.com/scholars..._Tallahassee-FL.aspx

Would some of you please vote for this essay? Its my little cousin's work, and its being dominated by 200+ plus votes right now.


"Oh, death!"
 
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Can one vote without joining and signing into something?
 
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