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The unofficial community for the classic cartoon character Woody Woodpecker! Whether you grew up with the Walter Lantz classics, or you hold the 90's show starring Billy West in your heart, this is the place to celebrate the wild and wacky woodpecker. *Not affiliated with Universal.
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A place to share appreciation and news about the beloved West Texas artist, songwriter, and performer, Terry Allen.
2023.03.25 01:37 argaki23 [Itinerary help] 10 days in Japan for group of 11 people (1st time in Japan)
Hi all, I will be travelling with a group of friends (age group from 28 – 35) next month.
We will be purchasing JR pass (7 days). One of the plans of attack is to focus shopping at the later part of the itinerary so we do not have much item to carry around at the train station. Cutting short on the introduction, please review and feedback on our itinerary whether it is too pack or anything to watch out for.
*We are coming from Asia, time difference is only 1 hour so assuming the jet lag will not be horrible.
19/4 – Wednesday:
· Morning: Arriving Narita at 8 am, Custom, JR Pass, Suica, Luggage Transfer
· Afternoon: Shinkansen and check in Osaka hotel
· Afternoon/Night: Dotonbori, Shinsaibashi-suji, Hozenji Yokocho Alley
20/4 – Thursday:
· Morning/Evening: Universal Studio Japan
· Night: Osaka-Umeda Station (HEP FIVE Ferris Wheel)
21/4 – Friday:
· Morning: Osaka Tenmangu, Tenjinbashi-suji,
· Afternoon: Kuromon Market
· Afternoon: Shinkansen, check in Kyoto Hotel
· Evening/Night: Nishiki Market, Pontocho Alley, Kamo Riverside
22/4 – Saturday:
· Rent Kimono
· Walk around Kiyomizudera, Yasaka Shrine, Maruyama Park
23/4 – Sunday:
· 5 am: Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Okochi-Sanso Villa, Tenryu-ji
· Afternoon: Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine
· Night: Takashimaya Kyoto or Daimaru Kyoto
24/4 – Monday:
· Morning: Check out and Shinkansen to Tokyo
· Afternoon: Asakusa area and Sensō-ji Temple
· Afternoon/Night: Akihabara Radio Kaikan, Akihabara Gamers, Pop Life Department M's, Akihabara Gachapon Hall, Taito Station, Maidcafe Maidreamin Akihabara
25/4 - Tuesday:
· Morning: MEGA Don Quijote Shibuya
· Late Afternoon: Mario Go Kart
· Night: Cross Shinjuku Vision, Kabukichō, Shinjuku Golden Gai, Omoide Yokochō
26/4 - Wednesday:
· Morning: Hachikō (fast one)
· Morning: Harajuku, Kinji Harajuku, Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku Mirror, Omotesando Hills
· Afternoon: Shibuya 109
· Late Afternoon: Shibuya Scramble Square (Shibuya SKY), Shibuya Crossing
· Night: Tokyu hands Shibuya, Shibuya Parco, Shibuya LOFT
27/4 - Thursday:
· Morning: Starbucks Reserve Roastery
· Afternoon/Night: ABC Mart, Uniqlo Ginza, Muji Ginza, Ginza Six,
28/4 - Friday:
· Flight outbound time at 11 am. Will be taking NEX to Narita Airport.
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2023.03.25 01:35 Freedom-Top Animation / Concept Art / 3D Courses in Australia
Hi, I'm currently in my last year of high school, searching for universities/tafe to go into after school- preferably in Victoria
, or at the closest, South Australia. As for career goals from there, I have no idea, but I would like to either concept or animate be it for games, films, or cartoons- to put it simply, I love designing, painting and dabbling in short terribly animated films in my spare time right now and would love to further that professionally.
- CDW Studios/Flinders University: Bachelor of Creative Arts, VFX and Entertainment Design
- RMIT: Bachelor of Design, Animation and Interactive Media
- UniSA: Bachelor of Illustration and Animation
These are some courses that I have found that seem really good, and I'd like a second opinion
and some guidance from some of you who may have gone through them or know whether there are other options that are worth doing.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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2023.03.25 01:31 sterberderberderber Parking with Gold membership in Universal Studios Hollywood
If you have a Gold annual pass you get free parking. When they check the Gold pass to let you into the garage, do they check ID, too? Like, could one, theoretically, use someone ELSE'S Gold pass to get free parking? Thanks!
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2023.03.25 01:28 BaIIZDeepInUrMom I can’t wait!!
2023.03.25 01:27 BaIIZDeepInUrMom I can’t wait!!!
2023.03.25 01:13 BaIIZDeepInUrMom Can’t wait!!
2023.03.25 01:12 BaIIZDeepInUrMom I can’t wait!
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2023.03.25 01:04 MelodityProductions FREE workshop in Hollywood, Monday 3/27: Building Creative Success--In Acting, VO, and Beyond
Hi folks! Here's the short version: I’m holding a free workshop in Hollywood on Monday, 3/27
where I’ll be sharing some of the best resources I’ve found here in LA for actors, multi-hyphenates, and other creators over the last few years and how to use them to get working. I’ll also be introducing my unique workshop/performance series where I’ll lead a select group through creating their own works and culminate with a performance of those new, original works at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in June! The event link with all of the info and registration is here—please join us!
And the longer version:
First, a bit about me: I’m an on-camera and voice actor (and, depending on the project, director and writer) with on-camera credits including Sundance Grand Jury Award winner THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST and a hell of a role in the upcoming season of DAVE on FX/Hulu. (Check out my IMDb
for the rest.) I've also directed for theatre, anime, video games, and animation. Before COVID, I taught awesome voice acting classes with some fantastic success stories (students now working in animation, video games, commercials, and more—one just told me she's recording her *145TH* audiobook!) that earned me Best NYC VO Coach nominations in the Backstage Readers Choice Awards -- more than once.
I've worked with a BUNCH of Redditors, many of whom of gotten their first auditions, jobs, or reps after working with me. One emailed me just this week, "you are the person who started my acting career. If you had not posted your VO training on Reddit, I would still sit in some IT room surfing the internet."
But with the pandemic came a reckoning of what I really want to do with my time going forward, and I stopped teaching while I recalibrated.
Over the last few years, I clawed my way out of seemingly endless darkness among industry shutdowns and feeling like I’d never work again to find whatever I could to find fulfillment and move me forward creatively. I ended up finding some INCREDIBLE resources, including affordable music/dance/theatre classes (weekly classes as low as $100 for four MONTHS), THREE recording studios LA residents can use for FREE, and a number of other resources for creators at various stages in their development.
I also figured out what I’d been missing: My real love and talent in working with others is in DIRECTING. My best successes teaching back in NY came when I led folks in showcasing their abilities in performances; instead of relegating progress to theoretical skill-building in classes, I want to help people WORK. Especially with the impending WGA (screenwriters) strike, I realized I needed to create an opportunity to fulfill my creativity while the industry is indefinitely in flux—and want to do the same for others.
I can't guarantee any specific outcomes of course, but I CAN say I am great at directing people and helping them get their starts. But you need a way to show people what you can do! So I took the best stuff from my VO classes, the most useful resources in LA I could find, and the practical skills and technical knowledge necessary to make it all work, and put together a unique workshop/performance series in which I’ll be leading a select group of dedicated folks from square one to performing their original works at the Hollywood Fringe Festival, the largest performing arts festival in LA, in June!
I’ll be sharing all of this, what I’ve learned, and how I can use it to help everyone else at my free workshop on Monday. I’m very transparent about the fact that I hold my free sessions to promote my paid offerings, but I make a point to make them as genuinely helpful to everyone who attends regardless of what you choose to do afterwards, and I open them up to as many people as possible so I can help as many people as I can. So if you’re in LA and free Monday night, come join us!
Worst case you leave with some great new resources and info and you never have to see me again =D P.S. for transparency: When I've posted about these in the past it's been from my personal account, MelanieEhrlich. Wanted to acknowledge the regdate--just me trying to keep things separated going forward :)
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2023.03.25 00:22 brenna2themax Packages for MFT Master's Programs?
I'm applying to Marriage and Family Therapy Master's programs, I was really unprepared for this process and have no idea how it all works. I've gotten 2 acceptance letters from two great programs (PSU- Portland Stare University, and USF- University of San Francisco) and am still waiting to hear back from a notoriously slow to inform program (SFSU).
A friend of mine said I should be bargaining with the schools to try and get better grants and potential daycare assistance. This friend is a PhD student. IS this common practice for MA programs or just PhD programs? So far the acceptance letters don't give any information about financial aid grants or anything. Of all the info sessions I went to about various MFT programs there's been no mention of special grants or stipends.
Do MFT MA programs generally have these benefits? Should I be contacted SFSU and letting them know I have other offers? (Or just leave SFSU alone and wait?) Thanks!
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2023.03.25 00:21 Orynier 15 Day Itinerary Check, first time travelers
My friends and I are planing to travel from 26th of August to the 10th of September to Japan. We are all experiencing Japan for the first time and would appreciate your advice and feedback a lot. The only thing booked is the date and flight, so a lot can still be moved around. We are aware that there will be a high chance of rain and some risk of typhoons.
We are all in our early to mid 20s, would like to see and eat as much as possible that Japan has to offer.
Much of our plan so far are ideas that will be trimmed down if there has been put to much. JR Pass for 14 days shoud be worth it from what the calculator states.
Are there any festivals or fireworks in that timeframe? And if you think there is something we should not miss please tell us! August 27th - Tokyo
August 28th - Hakone
- Arrive at Narita Airport at around 9am
- Activate JR Pass, get mobile Wi-Fi and IC Card
- Visit an observation deck to see the never-ending city of Tokyo
- Eat and rest
August 29th - Kyoto
- Get up early and travel to Hakone
- Take the Hakone Round Trip
- Store luggage in lockers so we can travel light
- Relax at a Ryokan pref. with an Onsen (is an Onsen in summer actually that smart?)
August 30th - Kyoto
- Travel to Kyoto
- Check in at accommodation
- Explore Northern Kyoto (Kinkakuji, Ryoanji, Ninnaji)
- (Recommendations for evening?)
August 31th - Kyoto
- Explore Eastern Kyoto (Ginkakuji, Philosopher's Path, Nanzenji, Kaege Incline, Heian Shrine, Yasaka Shrine, Kodaiji Temple, Higashiyama Streets, Kiyomizudera)
- Visit Gion at the evening
September 1st - Kyoto / Nara
- Arashiyama, Monkey Park, Bamboo Gorves
- Rent a bike to see Gioji, Otagi Nenbutsuji, Daikuji
- (Recommendations for evening?)
September 2nd - Hiroshima / Miyajima
- Explore Fushimi Inari Shrine early in the morning
- Travel to Nara after that
September 3rd - Hiroshima / Osaka
- Travel to Hiroshima
- (Is a short trip to Himeji Castle possible here? It is close by on the way)
- Take a hike to Mount Misen and see Itsukushima Shrine in Miyajima
- Try Okonomiyaki Hiroshima Style
September 4th - Osaka
- See the Peace Memorial Park and Museum before noon
- Travel to Osaka and see Dotonbori by night + try food
September 5th - Tokyo
- Universal Studios
- See rest of the city and try food
September 6th - Tokyo
- Return to Tokyo and see the area around Imperial Garden, Ginza
September 7th - Tokyo
- Tsukiji Fish Market
- Akihabara (Do you know where we could experience some arcades?)
- Pokemon Center
- Roppongi at night
September 8th - Tokyo
- Asukasa (Sensoji Temple and area around it)
- Sumida River Boat Ride (is it worth it?)
- Odaiba (Diver City, Miraikan)
- teamLab Planets on the way back
September 9th - Nikko
- Meiji Shrine
- Explore Shinjuku, Shibuya
(or more time in Tokyo
September 10th - Return home
- See Nikko or use this day to catch up on other locations we might have missed
- Last minute souveniers in the morning
- Fly back at 1pm
Thank you for reading and any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
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2023.03.25 00:19 Xch4v3z21 Failed Overseas Screening
Spent over a year in LIMDU for mental health reasons. Had to leave previous command early to go to San Diego.
My detailer gave me FDNF orders after I was cleared by my PCM.
Just got word back from the Overseas Screening office saying my screening was denied.
Why would they give me FDNF orders if I was going to be denied anyways?
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2023.03.25 00:14 nickolsdrew W/ all the sad shit on here I gotta shout out my GF
Out of a toxic ego-death inducing relationship , I spent a couple years getting to know myself , working on my inner child shit , and hating dating apps ofc . My current gf was honestly the last ditch “wtf not “ message on bumble where I joked about getting a couples massage for our first date .
After a lot of texting back and forth, I actually planned a dinner like a grown up 🤵♂️and since we live in the same area she was gonna meet me at my place , and we were gonna walk to the restaurant at sunset 🌅 cute af idea I think . She pulls up , and I go in for a hug hello and she just starts making out with me . Didn’t make the restaurant but we been a few times since . Dating 6 months now .
My entire breakup left me realizing I was overextending myself to people who didn’t deserve it , just to validate myself . This girl appreciates parts of me that nobody has ever identified and articulated (outside of my own head when I’m feelin myself).
I moved into my new place in San Diego a couple years back , and furnishing my own place as a single male was the most surprising form of self care and discovery about myself 😇 especially when healing from a toxic breakup that makes you question who you are. l love my place , but tbh I never been a HANDY person . I got the nicest apartment , that I’m super thankful for , but my lack of handiness and also ADHD had me LACKING af in the 2 key areas girls judge your spot: - my mattress was on the floor until a 3 dater from Hinge built my bed frame like a fuckin DIY queen 👸 - Monster TV not mounted and sitting on floor …the last thing that really screams Bachelor Pad”
Anyway , my 37th birthday is Sunday. I usually am so worried about other people in my life’s birthday that I normally dgaf about mine . This girl has dated me for 6 months without saying a single snarky thing about the TV. She hasn’t said shit fellas ! That deserves props right there . She even tried to spin it as preferable to the status quo to make me feel better 😂😂😂. Yesterday, she knows I’m on PTO bc my dad visited to stay overnight for the first time .
She says “I need you out of your apartment at 11am no questions please trust me “. I go to the gym and she had that TV mounted and my place was spotless 🥰🥰🥰
Besides the other amazing aspects about who my girl is as a person , this level of thoughtfulness is like an every day thing with her that makes me really fucking thankful to have her in my life. Major ups to Miss Julia 🏆
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2023.03.25 00:09 mindyermanners Any expats here from Lancashire or Yorkshire, UK?
Trying to convince my British husband that he can make friends with some folks from his side of the world when we move to San Diego. Please help prove me right 😬😬
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2023.03.25 00:02 adventuremachinesc $201 (USD) to Louisville (SDF) from San Diego (SAN) - (140 live dates, details in first comment)
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2023.03.24 23:45 erskinematt UKPol Does Satire - Yes Minister S01E02 - The Official Visit
Original Air Date: 03 March 1980 Yes, Minister
's second episode has got past the scene-setting and introductions of the first episode, and has more time to develop a more complex plot - moving quickly away from the basic formula of episode 1, this episode is actually one of the better ones (of a good bunch), in my opinion. Firstly, of course, we have - blessed relief - the first use of the show's official theme music, used for every episode henceforth, based on the melody of the Westminster chimes (the traditional ding-dong-ding-dong chimes of a clock). It's a classic. The title cards look better too, with a more carefully drawn caricature style of the characters.
We begin with a quick jibe at the complex legalese used in Whitehall, which Hacker is struggling to understand. Says something about how exciting my evenings are that I had no trouble parsing the language first go. It's something like "Notwithstanding subsection (3)(a) of section 214 of the [fictional] Administrative Procedures (Scotland) Act 1978, it is proposed that the resolution of anomalies and uncertainties shall fall within the purview of the Minister for Administrative Affairs". Doesn't seem that unclear to me.
Hacker complains at the sheer amount of work he is now expected to do. Bernard offers him the Devil's pact in pointing out that really he isn't expected to do it - the Civil Service can fob off anyone who writes to him. Bernard has a great appreciation for Civil Service code, seen here as he explains that "under consideration" = "we've lost the file"; and "under active consideration" means "we're trying to find it". Hacker tries to resist the offer, but succumbs later in the episode. Constant overwork impeding the jobs of Ministers and MPs is a theme to which both Yes, Minister
and The Thick of It
The main plot of the episode is this: the President of (fictional) African former British colonial country Buranda is to make an official visit to the United Kingdom, but there are administrative difficulties because the Queen, who will meet the President, is in Scotland and not scheduled to be in London at the time. Hacker seizes the chance to move the entire visit to Scotland, on the basis that Buranda will be interested in buying Scottish oil rigs, that Scotland is an equal partner in the United Kingdom, and that there are three imminent Scottish by-elections which have nothing whatever to do with his decision. Humphrey, presumably out of instinctive opposition to change as well as a desire for a posh embassy dinner, resists the change but fails to dissuade Hacker. When Buranda then suffers a coup d'etat
, placing an old university chum of Hacker's in charge at the head of a communist insurgency, Humphrey wants to cancel the visit, but Hacker and the Foreign Secretary insist on it going ahead. This looks like it will backfire massively when the new President prepares an inflammatory anti-British speech aimed explicitly (during the height of the Troubles) at the Irish; Hacker and Humphrey meet the President, who agrees to edit his speech in return, effectively, for a huge interest-free loan from the British. Humphrey calls this corruption, but is bought off with the implied promise of a KBE, saving Hacker political embarrassment at the cost to the British taxpayer of £50m.
I like this plot, because it immediately upends the idea, seeded in episode 1, that we're going to see Humphrey win every week. Hacker is deft and firm with Humphrey, and we the audience are on his side - there are good arguments for moving the visit to Scotland, and Humphrey seems to have no real reason to oppose it other than an arrogant assumption that the London Civil Service knows best. Yet it's also an excellent example of the still-green Hacker being very naive - after the coup d'etat
takes place, Humphrey is surely right to object to a violent Communist regime being effectively endorsed by the UK for effectively party-political, and certainly short-term, reasons - what indeed if the Burandan President turns out like Idi Amin? Hacker has one good idea, and runs far too far with it, leaving him no choice but to sign over public money to make the story go away - the correct thing to do would have been to drop the visit after the coup, but Hacker places too great an emphasis on winning the Scottish by-elections in a blaze of good publicity. We also - despite their differences - get our first real scene of Hacker-Humphrey cooperation, as they negotiate and think on the fly in their meeting with the President. So neither really wins, both make mistakes, both get to use their wits to get out of it, and we learn more about what motivates both of them.
A few observations of note, then, in no particular order:
- Told you the writers could get Hacker responsible for any subject. This whole episode clearly should have been dealt with by the Foreign Office, but Chekhov's Legislation - see above re "the resolution of anomalies and uncertainties..." gets Hacker involved.
- There's not a huge amount of backstory in Yes, Minister, but there's a little if you watch very closely. In this episode we meet 'Martin', the Foreign Secretary. Hacker referred last episode to supporting an unsuccessful candidate for his party's leadership - that's Martin, we later discover. So these two are political allies, perhaps why they cooperate so readily in this episode. Incidentally, I laughed at Foreign Office telegrams being so late that Martin, whose TV set is broken, has to rely on Hacker and his own driver to follow events in Buranda.
- If anyone, like me, grew up watching Coronation Street (for some reason), you get a chance to reunite with Fred Elliott (John Savident) in an earlier role as Sir Frederick, Permanent Secretary at the Foreign Office, with fat jokes aplenty. We learn from Sir Frederick to call Humphrey "Humpy".
- Good that the change in location to Scotland really gave the set designers a chance to show off. We move from an office nominally located in London to an office nominally located in Edinburgh. We do at least get a comically packed room on the Edinburgh sleeper train. ("Welcome to the Standing Committee!"...a term no longer used in Parliament.)
- Indulge me for at least one "You couldn't write that nowadays!" moment - the joke that an aeroplane, chartered to several different African nations in one month and repainted each time so that the nations look successful, was nicknamed the Mumbo Jumbo is pretty damn funny. Slightly more weird is an n-word joke when Hacker mishears Humphrey saying "enigma". Takes a while for the studio audience to catch on.
- No Frank Weisel in this episode. Perhaps even at this early stage they were realising he doesn't really fit the show's structure.
- Seeing Humphrey clearly gleeful that Hacker's naivete is going to blow up in his face is very funny - see below - but he pushes it so far that surely even Humphrey would realise he is being deeply unprofessional with his string of zingers while on the sleeper train. Ah, well, it is a comedy. Very snazzy dressing gown Humphrey has on, too.
: "We're going to have egg all over our faces!" "Not egg, Minister, just imperialist yolk."
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2023.03.24 23:31 WhatzReddit13 Menudo Performing ‘Mi Amore’ In Front Of Live Audience For The First Time At Universal Studios Hollywood (EXCLUSIVE)
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2023.03.24 23:27 McNick1833 Rehirable
Well, I finally got terminated and had a question for all of you. I’ll try to keep it brief. I currently live in California.
I was investigating a hit and run and broke a suspects phone that was left at the scene on purpose. IA found out and in my IA interview I told the truth, told them I did it and was sorry for it. I didn’t downplay it or lie. I did 16 hours of anger management, a class ran by POST and 60 hours of regular counseling.
I was never in IA for anything else, nothing but good paperwork from supervisors and citizens.
Criminally, it got dismissed.
I’m having an issue now with getting rehired, anywhere, in any state.
Do any of you know of an agency or work for one where I have a chance of getting rehired?
LAPD, San Diego, Nashville Metro, and Chattanooga have denied me so far but I’m applying literally anywhere.
Edit: I will relocate anywhere that’s not Alaska or Hawaii
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