History Quotes / TheThemeParkVersion

6th Jan '16 7:06:51 AM JulianLapostat
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->''"I love the West. I read a lot about the West, and I'm shocked, I'm ashamed that in pictures they have not made the true story of the winning of the West -- comprising 90 percent foreigners, 100 percent laborers, nothing to do with guns. Streets, mountains, roads, bridges, streams, forests -- that's the winning of the West to me. Hard! Tremendous, tremendous fight. But we have, as you know [instead], cowboys and indians and all that. Shane comes into town, cleans it up and leaves. He's doing that every week now on TV."''
-->-- '''Creator/SamuelFuller''', director of three westerns.

21st Apr '15 11:12:46 AM johnnyfog
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->Meanwhile, Ramirez is still in Scotland. You can tell because in Scotland there's '''''CONSTANT BAGPIPE MUSIC.'''''
-->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]]''' on ''{{Franchise/Highlander}} 2: The Quckening''

->As if the outrageous sexual politics of Fair Haven weren’t enough somebody on the ''Voyager'' writing staff suddenly realised that they hadn’t allowed the populace of this mock Irish village to indulge in that drabbest of ''Trek'' clichés...Seamus (still one of the most godawful stereotypes) witnessing Tommy boy [[ClarkesThirdLaw committing acts of unholy magic through unnatural means!]] This is going to be a ''long'' hour. When these [[{{Oireland}} dreadful Irish caricatures]] started talking about another Irish town where the potatoes stopped growing and the cows stopped giving milk when a group of spirit folk visited I could hear Ireland cutting off diplomatic relations with America.
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/voyager-season-six.html Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Spirit Folk"

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->Meanwhile, Ramirez is still in Scotland. You can tell because in Scotland there's '''''CONSTANT BAGPIPE MUSIC.'''''
-->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]]''' on ''{{Franchise/Highlander}} 2: The Quckening''

->As if the outrageous sexual politics of Fair Haven weren’t enough somebody on the ''Voyager'' writing staff suddenly realised that they hadn’t allowed the populace of this mock Irish village to indulge in that drabbest of ''Trek'' clichés...Seamus (still one of the most godawful stereotypes) witnessing Tommy boy [[ClarkesThirdLaw committing acts of unholy magic through unnatural means!]] This is going to be a ''long'' hour. When these [[{{Oireland}} dreadful Irish caricatures]] started talking about another Irish town where the potatoes stopped growing and the cows stopped giving milk when a group of spirit folk visited I could hear Ireland cutting off diplomatic relations with America.
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/voyager-season-six.html Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Spirit Folk"
26th Feb '15 10:23:48 AM johnnyfog
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->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]]''' on ''{{Franchise/Highlander}} 2: The Quckening''

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->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment -->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]]''' on ''{{Franchise/Highlander}} 2: The Quckening''
26th Feb '15 10:23:40 AM johnnyfog
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->''"The mighty ocean... Cradle of life... ''Trivialized for your amusement'' at Eggman's Incredible Interstellar Amusement Park!"''

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->''"The ->The mighty ocean... Cradle of life... ''Trivialized for your amusement'' at Eggman's Incredible Interstellar Amusement Park!"''Park!



->''"So naturally, if you live in the states, the first thing you're probably gonna do is compare ''this'' map to the real thing! So, Atlanta should be right around here which is--...[-Chattanooga?-] And it's just a few miles inland from....[-Daytona Beach-]....That map is what got me interested. It's adorable. It's like they took all the boring parts of the United States and tried to mush the rest of it back to together good enough to still hold shape. It's about 80 miles across instead of 3000, and that's why you can see Miami Beach ''from space''."''

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->''"So ->So naturally, if you live in the states, the first thing you're probably gonna do is compare ''this'' map to the real thing! So, Atlanta should be right around here which is--...[-Chattanooga?-] And it's just a few miles inland from....[-Daytona Beach-]....That map is what got me interested. It's adorable. It's like they took all the boring parts of the United States and tried to mush the rest of it back to together good enough to still hold shape. It's about 80 miles across instead of 3000, and that's why you can see Miami Beach ''from space''."''



->''"As if the outrageous sexual politics of Fair Haven weren’t enough somebody on the ''Voyager'' writing staff suddenly realised that they hadn’t allowed the populace of this mock Irish village to indulge in that drabbest of ''Trek'' clichés...Seamus (still one of the most godawful stereotypes) witnessing Tommy boy [[ClarkesThirdLaw committing acts of unholy magic through unnatural means!]] This is going to be a ''long'' hour. When these [[{{Oireland}} dreadful Irish caricatures]] started talking about another Irish town where the potatoes stopped growing and the cows stopped giving milk when a group of spirit folk visited I could hear Ireland cutting off diplomatic relations with America."''
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/voyager-season-six.html Doc Oho]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Spirit Folk"

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->''"As ->Meanwhile, Ramirez is still in Scotland. You can tell because in Scotland there's '''''CONSTANT BAGPIPE MUSIC.'''''
->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]]''' on ''{{Franchise/Highlander}} 2: The Quckening''

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if the outrageous sexual politics of Fair Haven weren’t enough somebody on the ''Voyager'' writing staff suddenly realised that they hadn’t allowed the populace of this mock Irish village to indulge in that drabbest of ''Trek'' clichés...Seamus (still one of the most godawful stereotypes) witnessing Tommy boy [[ClarkesThirdLaw committing acts of unholy magic through unnatural means!]] This is going to be a ''long'' hour. When these [[{{Oireland}} dreadful Irish caricatures]] started talking about another Irish town where the potatoes stopped growing and the cows stopped giving milk when a group of spirit folk visited I could hear Ireland cutting off diplomatic relations with America."''
America.
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/voyager-season-six.html Doc Oho]]''' Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Spirit Folk"
29th Dec '14 1:16:05 AM johnnyfog
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->''"So naturally, if you live in the states, the first thing you're probably gonna do is compare ''this'' map to the real thing! So, Atlanta should be right around here which is--...[-Chattanooga?-] And it's just a few miles inland from....[-Daytona Beach-]....That map is what got me interested. It's adorable. It's like they took all the boring parts of the United States and tried to mush the rest of it back to together good enough to still hold shape. It's about 80 miles across instead of 3000, and that's why you can see Miami Beach ''from space''."''
-->--'''George Weidman''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rj7GY8Lxlw on]] ''VideoGame/TheCrew''
30th Sep '14 11:40:23 AM johnnyfog
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->''"As if the outrageous sexual politics of Fair Haven weren’t enough somebody on the ''Voyager'' writing staff suddenly realised that they hadn’t allowed the populace of this mock Irish village to indulge in that drabbest of Trek clichés...Seamus (still one of the most godawful stereotypes) witnessing Tommy boy [[ClarkesThirdLaw committing acts of unholy magic through unnatural means!]] This is going to be a ''long'' hour. When these [[{{Oireland}} dreadful Irish caricatures]] started talking about another Irish town where the potatoes stopped growing and the cows stopped giving milk when a group of spirit folk visited I could hear Ireland cutting off diplomatic relations with America."''

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->''"As if the outrageous sexual politics of Fair Haven weren’t enough somebody on the ''Voyager'' writing staff suddenly realised that they hadn’t allowed the populace of this mock Irish village to indulge in that drabbest of Trek ''Trek'' clichés...Seamus (still one of the most godawful stereotypes) witnessing Tommy boy [[ClarkesThirdLaw committing acts of unholy magic through unnatural means!]] This is going to be a ''long'' hour. When these [[{{Oireland}} dreadful Irish caricatures]] started talking about another Irish town where the potatoes stopped growing and the cows stopped giving milk when a group of spirit folk visited I could hear Ireland cutting off diplomatic relations with America."''
30th Sep '14 11:40:01 AM johnnyfog
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->''"I have to ask the question, but are the Irish desperate for acting work? There must be a reason that they allow themselves to be shoehorned into such offensively stereotypical roles like they are in ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]''[=’=]s Up the Long Ladder and this narrow minded glimpse of Irish life. What is it with these godawful holodeck programmes? ...And now we have Fair Haven where Tom Paris has ''truly'' excelled himself. A picturesque Irish town that looks a lot like the Paramount backlot dressed up with clover leafs populated full of [[FlatCharacter bromidic, one dimensional ciphers]]. A setting that is perfect to peddle out the ([[FleetingDemographicRule beyond clichéd]]) plot in ''[=TNG=]''[='=]s Ship in a Bottle of hologram rights. All Irish pubs are drunken, infested piss holes (actually [[OnSecondThought that one might be true]]…now they have banned smoking, most pubs do stink of stale beer and piss) populated by rowdy, cheating men and all landlords are [[ReligiousBruiser devoutly religious hunks]] with smouldering looks."''
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/voyager-season-six.html Doc Oho]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Fair Haven"

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->''"I have to ask ->''"As if the question, but are the Irish desperate for acting work? There must be a reason that they allow themselves to be shoehorned into such offensively stereotypical roles like they are in ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]''[=’=]s Up the Long Ladder and this narrow minded glimpse outrageous sexual politics of Irish life. What is it with these godawful holodeck programmes? ...And now we have Fair Haven where Tom Paris has ''truly'' excelled himself. A picturesque weren’t enough somebody on the ''Voyager'' writing staff suddenly realised that they hadn’t allowed the populace of this mock Irish village to indulge in that drabbest of Trek clichés...Seamus (still one of the most godawful stereotypes) witnessing Tommy boy [[ClarkesThirdLaw committing acts of unholy magic through unnatural means!]] This is going to be a ''long'' hour. When these [[{{Oireland}} dreadful Irish caricatures]] started talking about another Irish town that looks a lot like where the Paramount backlot dressed up potatoes stopped growing and the cows stopped giving milk when a group of spirit folk visited I could hear Ireland cutting off diplomatic relations with clover leafs populated full of [[FlatCharacter bromidic, one dimensional ciphers]]. A setting that is perfect to peddle out the ([[FleetingDemographicRule beyond clichéd]]) plot in ''[=TNG=]''[='=]s Ship in a Bottle of hologram rights. All Irish pubs are drunken, infested piss holes (actually [[OnSecondThought that one might be true]]…now they have banned smoking, most pubs do stink of stale beer and piss) populated by rowdy, cheating men and all landlords are [[ReligiousBruiser devoutly religious hunks]] with smouldering looks.America."''
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/voyager-season-six.html Doc Oho]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Fair Haven"
"Spirit Folk"
9th Sep '14 3:16:31 AM johnnyfog
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-->''"The mighty ocean... Cradle of life... ''Trivialized for your amusement'' at Eggman's Incredible Interstellar Amusement Park!"''

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-->''"The ->''"The mighty ocean... Cradle of life... ''Trivialized for your amusement'' at Eggman's Incredible Interstellar Amusement Park!"''
9th Sep '14 3:16:15 AM johnnyfog
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->''"I have to ask the question, but are the Irish desperate for acting work? There must be a reason that they allow themselves to be shoehorned into such offensively stereotypical roles like they are in ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]''[=’=]s Up the Long Ladder and this narrow minded glimpse of Irish life. What is it with these godawful holodeck programmes? ...And now we have Fair Haven where Tom Paris has ''truly'' excelled himself. A picturesque Irish town that looks a lot like the Paramount backlot dressed up with clover leafs populated full of [[FlatCharacter bromidic, one dimensional ciphers]]. A setting that is perfect to peddle out the ([[FleetingDemographicRule beyond clichéd]]) plot in ''[=TNG=]''[='=]s Ship in a Bottle of holograms rights. All Irish pubs are drunken, infested piss holes (actually [[OnSecondThought that one might be true]]…now they have banned smoking, most pubs do stink of stale beer and piss) populated by rowdy, cheating men and all landlords are [[ReligiousBruiser devoutly religious hunks]] with smouldering looks."''

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->''"I have to ask the question, but are the Irish desperate for acting work? There must be a reason that they allow themselves to be shoehorned into such offensively stereotypical roles like they are in ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]''[=’=]s Up the Long Ladder and this narrow minded glimpse of Irish life. What is it with these godawful holodeck programmes? ...And now we have Fair Haven where Tom Paris has ''truly'' excelled himself. A picturesque Irish town that looks a lot like the Paramount backlot dressed up with clover leafs populated full of [[FlatCharacter bromidic, one dimensional ciphers]]. A setting that is perfect to peddle out the ([[FleetingDemographicRule beyond clichéd]]) plot in ''[=TNG=]''[='=]s Ship in a Bottle of holograms hologram rights. All Irish pubs are drunken, infested piss holes (actually [[OnSecondThought that one might be true]]…now they have banned smoking, most pubs do stink of stale beer and piss) populated by rowdy, cheating men and all landlords are [[ReligiousBruiser devoutly religious hunks]] with smouldering looks."''
9th Sep '14 3:16:06 AM johnnyfog
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->''"I have to ask the question, but are the Irish desperate for acting work? There must be a reason that they allow themselves to be shoehorned into such offensively stereotypical roles like they are in ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]''[=’=]s Up the Long Ladder and this narrow minded glimpse of Irish life. What is it with these godawful holodeck programmes? ...And now we have Fair Haven where Tom Paris has ''truly'' excelled himself. A picturesque Irish town that looks a lot like the Paramount backlot dressed up with clover leafs populated full of [[FlatCharacter bromidic, one dimensional ciphers]]. A setting that is perfect to peddle out the ([[FleetingDemographicRule beyond clichéd]]) plot of ''[=TNG=]''[='=]s Ship in a Bottle of holograms rights. All Irish pubs are drunken, infested piss holes (actually [[OnSecondThought that one might be true]]…now they have banned smoking, most pubs do stink of stale beer and piss) populated by rowdy, cheating men and all landlords are [[ReligiousBruiser devoutly religious hunks]] with smouldering looks."''

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->''"I have to ask the question, but are the Irish desperate for acting work? There must be a reason that they allow themselves to be shoehorned into such offensively stereotypical roles like they are in ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]''[=’=]s Up the Long Ladder and this narrow minded glimpse of Irish life. What is it with these godawful holodeck programmes? ...And now we have Fair Haven where Tom Paris has ''truly'' excelled himself. A picturesque Irish town that looks a lot like the Paramount backlot dressed up with clover leafs populated full of [[FlatCharacter bromidic, one dimensional ciphers]]. A setting that is perfect to peddle out the ([[FleetingDemographicRule beyond clichéd]]) plot of in ''[=TNG=]''[='=]s Ship in a Bottle of holograms rights. All Irish pubs are drunken, infested piss holes (actually [[OnSecondThought that one might be true]]…now they have banned smoking, most pubs do stink of stale beer and piss) populated by rowdy, cheating men and all landlords are [[ReligiousBruiser devoutly religious hunks]] with smouldering looks."''
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