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 Post subject: Angela Slatter
PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:16 pm 
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A thread for discussion of Angela's work, as per the feature in Black Static #21 and the blog post here:-

http://ttapress.com/1021/angela-slatter/0/5/

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The tea or coffee part of the interview process:-

http://ttapress.com/1022/getting-to-kno ... atter/0/5/

Interesting answer regarding cricket and rugby.

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An entirely understandable approach to cricket, I say.

But...Connery over Craig?!! :shock: :lol:

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Possibly she was referring to acting ability, and not whatever criteria you're using :lol:

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Ali_L wrote:
But...Connery over Craig?!! :shock: :lol:


It's a terrble choice to give any woman. Can both be an option? :oops:

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I always like the tea and coffee interview, but Princess Bride and Stardust? :shock: Come on, that's like pitting a Scicilian against a pirate with a tolerance for iocaine powder. I'd as soon destroy a stained glass window as compare the two. I'd rather swim with screaming eels.

Mind you, Pfeiffer looked great. :wink:


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Can both be an option?


Absolutely not. You can take as long as you like about the selection process, but you have to make your mind up :lol:

Ray, I picked those two because I taped them both recently and so they were in my mind.

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I think they're both very good (the films I mean, not Craig or Connery) and in all honesty Stardust is probably better, I just have a lot of nostalgic love for Princess Bride. And the book was damned good.

Oh, and Dalton was the best Bond. :-#

The lady has great taste in desserts, that's for sure.


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Oh, and Dalton was the best Bond.


Now you're just winding us up, aren't you, Ray.

Aren't you?! :o

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Maybe a little :lol:


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