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Fw: [mst3k] Re: mike nelson's movie megacheese

From: Donna D.
Sent on: Tuesday, July 6, 2010 7:29 PM
I found this funny enough to pass on.

----- Forwarded Message ----
From: bobbie <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Tue, July 6,[masked]:47:38 PM
Subject: Re: [mst3k] Re: mike nelson's movie megacheese

 

Rest assured that even tho the book was ruined, I'd never give it up or
throw it away. Mike's DNA might be on it! So, now all I need is several test
tubes, a human egg and in about 25 years, I'll have my own full-sized Mike
clone! WOO!!!

Bobbie

----- Original Message -----
From: "Drew" <[address removed]>
To: <[address removed]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 06,[masked]:18 PM
Subject: [mst3k] Re: mike nelson's movie megacheese

"And i'll never have that autograph agaaaain, Oh no....."

--- In [address removed], "bobbie" <mstjunkie@...> wrote:
>
> I think there may have been some liquid inducement behind my autograph as
> Mike was visiting a close friend and member of this group, Mr. B. Mr. B
> had landed Mike as guest speaker at Mr. B's university and Mike later went
> to Mr. B's house for dinner. Included in the book was a cling-on
> shadow-rama autographed "Enjoy my big head. Mike Nelson" which was also
> ruined when I left the book out in the rain.
>
> Bobbie
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Emily Sours
> To: [address removed]
> Sent: Monday, July 05,[masked]:30 AM
> Subject: Re: [mst3k] mike nelson's movie megacheese
>
>
>
>
> Wow, your autograph was waaaay more awesome than mine. I just got
> "Please don't eat glass, Mike Nelson". Later he also autographed "I am
> not a crook, Mike Nelson" on the only book I had on me when he spoke at
> CMU,"All the President's Men".
> DAMN YOU MIKE NELSON.
> But I'll continue to hang on every word he publishes, son of a...!!
>
> Emily
>
> Dark Pictures, thrones and stones that pilgrims kiss
> And poems that take a thousand years to die
> But ape the immortality of this
> Red label on a little butterfly.
>
> -Vladimir Nabokov, concluding stanza of ��?~A Discovery��?T 1941.
>
>
>
> On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 9:43 AM, bobbie <mstjunkie@...> wrote:
>
>
> ������
>
> One star!?! It's a very funny book filled with that shape with we've
> all come to expect from Mike. I've loved and read (and re-read) my copy
> for years. Unfortunately, those days are now past as I stupidly left my
> personally autographed copy of this book out in the rain. But, I will
> never forget what Mike wrote on the flyleaf..."To Bobbie, with all my ham.
> (the word ham is crossed out) I meant to say love. I don't know where the
> ham came from. Love, Mike Nelson".
>
> Buy this book!
>
> Bobbie
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Emily Sours
> To: mst3k
> Sent: Monday, July 05,[masked]:51 AM
> Subject: [mst3k] mike nelson's movie megacheese
>
>
> I finally added this book to my goodreads.com list (even though my
> avatar is the front page of said book with Mike Nelson's autograph). I
> found this review and wondered, is it true? Is the book actually dated?
>
> "Dispatches from the dawn of the DVD era. Bitterly brutal essays on
> movies you'd happily forgotten you saw ten or twelve years ago--if you're
> you're like me you sat through every one of these stinkers--or TV shows
> the memories of which have entirely faded away. The movies are dated but
> the writing is gut-bustingly funny."
>
> Oh, btw, this review gave the book ONE star, though calling it
> "gut-bustingly funny". In internet terms, WTF?!?!!?
>
>
> Emily
>
> Dark Pictures, thrones and stones that pilgrims kiss
> And poems that take a thousand years to die
> But ape the immortality of this
> Red label on a little butterfly.
>
> -Vladimir Nabokov, concluding stanza of ��?~A Discovery��?T 1941.
>

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