About those images that I added yesterday to the Viking Ghost and the Ghost of Milo Booth pages, I wasn't 'being lazy' and downloading those images from the Internet but I actually took those images from Scooby Doo 2's DVD Special Features and those were the closest we could get to those costumes. Some of the other Coolsonian images were not from me.
Yes. The Viking Ghost image was actually zoomed in because it originally was right behind the Rambling Ghost, with the Rambling Ghost in front of the image and that was one of the only times that we get to see a clear still of the Viking Ghost's costume. The image of the Phantom of Milo's face was in the beginning of a deleted scene that took place in the museum and it appeared the same on my camera. As you saw the image of the Phantom's costume added by someone else was also not too clear because that's the clearest still we get.
Well, her shoes are of obviously of a certain style. I didn't know exactly what they were, so I researched it. It's not something that necessarily has to be revealed, because I don't think it is. It's just common sense. I don't know what they would be without the buckles? Just regular small heeled shoes, I guess.
I abbreviate The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo to 13GSD because having the "o" doesn't seem necessary (just like leaving out "T" at the beginning), the same as leaving out the "o" in USA, although some people do say US of A, sometimes. But perhaps that's not the same thing?
So, should the abbreviation be "13GSD" or "13GoSD"?
"Do you mean the first one wasn't translated because otherwise it doesn't make any sense as they're all voice-overs"
— Your summary for Daphne Blake (Sarah Michelle Gellar) '
Let me clarify. Voice-over and dub aren't the same. Voice-over means that there's only one person (called lektor = reader; in most cases it's a man) who reads the translated dialogues. As for dub, I'm pretty sure this one doesn't need explaining. ;)
In other words - the first Scooby-Doo live-action movie does have the Polish version. It just isn't dubbed, but read (i.e. voiced over).
Hello, I was wondering if we could make transcripts for the episodes, (at least for the more recigonizable ones, like Where Are You?, What's New, Mystery Incorporated, and maybe some other ones that are easy to get to, (like 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo), thanks.
I'm not entirely sure. I mean the next thing is uploading entire episodes, which wouldn't be allowed.
My main concern is doing full-length synopses. However, I suppose if you picked an episode (perhaps from the beginning) and worked on it in a sandbox first, we can review it and see if anything needs altering, like layout, etc.. Thanks for asking first, it's a lot better to assess something new first then to go ahead and just make something terrible that will be deleted straight away.
Not bad. It's a good start. I think if I were to agree to it, it would have to be finished in a sandbox first. That way time can be taken on it, and it isn't messed up by other users' additions. I found this to be a problem with another site that did this and hadn't finished it. If this is going to be done I want it done right.
Hi I was wondering if you could clear something up for me. Years ago I read Starship Trooper it was an ok book kind of boring though, Except for a really good part where he went in to the canine corps. He explained them as humans teamed up with neo-dogs or as the soldiers called them "calebs". Here is the connection, neo-dogs could talk. Only their master could truely understand them accurately and they were always close. So close that if one got killed on the battlefield The animal would be put down immediately or the human would need intensive mental health rehabilitation. Heinlein went indepth about their speech patterns in the book. THEY SPOKE LIKE SCOOB! The relationship between scoob and shag mirrored the canine corps human dog counterpart relationship in all ways. Even to the point that in the book they were known to be so close they would eat the same food. Is there anything to it? Which came first? you should read that part of the book. I believe you would find it interesting. I cant find anything about this on the web. Any help would be appreciated.
It certainly is interesting. Have you been looking for the connection on the web, or the actual book itself? In all honesty, I think it would be a coincidence, but it would seem that there's something going on here.
If you read that chapter of the book, it seems like it would be overwhealmingly improbable that the speech paterns Heinlein describes could be coincidence. Like I said the book is kind of boring. It has been tiraded by critics and Heinlein was actually acused of being a facist because of it. Also the universes are so different that I could see most fans would never associate the two. thanks for getting back.
I looked it up on Wikipedia and found Starship Troopers, which is the book you're talking about, I skimmed through the page and found that it was published ten years before Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, but no mention of talking dogs, but maybe it wasn't that important (unless I missed it). Of course, you would know that this happened since you read it.
Just a small part in the book like one chapter in the book. I now i m the odd man out but its one chapter in a book that fanboys and girls only get the movies get. read the chapter and you will be shocked.
I will not be promoting more editors on my own accord, as it appears that the moment I do, that particular editor will fall back, and I respect that people are busy, etc., but I need more activity in assistance. So if you feel you have what it takes and continue to be active even after you become admin then submit a request and I will consider it.
it seems you had it correct the first time but to make it easier, the following is from documentation:
this makes it so that until the time is reached, it counts down otherwise it changes to a new message. This might make it easier so you don't have to remember to go and set the new message. Also looks much cleaner as well. Anyways your choice, just dropping by
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