Rate the username above you. Simple. As. out of 10
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Copyright-6/10 i reckon your username is ok.
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torres gets a 7/10. i don't really like the player, but he's alright.
Oh, and nskinnear is my last name. ns is my initials
nskinnear-7/10 that name is a sick one.
its ok not too creative. i give you a 5/10
8/10 - nice creative name.
Fernando Torres is my favourite soccer (or football whatever ) player.
Now there's a true red.Welcome good mate.
10/10 for you cos it has Frank in your name so i guess your name is Frank.
Not real sure what your name means but ill give it an 8/10. You should have capitalized the T though.http://forums.finalfantasyvii.info/index.php
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9 / 10 Is your avatar crapping a giantapenugget?
7/10, woulda been higher but I have a thing against underscores in usernames.
7/10 for you Tyren..............
8/10 just because im a bit of a soccer fan
credit to ScorpionT16 for the sig.
Tyrien hmmm 6/10 Its nice and simple but i dont know what it means sorry, if i figure it out i'll bump it up
10/10 lol have no idea what it means but i like it[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]What doesn't kill you only makes you stronger
"When shooting [Jedi] in the United States we called the film Blue Harvest. Camera slates, invoices, hotel reservations, call sheets, production reports, and crew hats and T-shirts all read Blue Harvest. So when a visitor would ask, 'what are you shooting' and we said Blue Harvest, they went on their way. Can you imagine what would have happened if we had said, 'We're shooting the next film in the Star Wars trilogy'?"" ―Howard Kazanjian, producer[src]
Blue Harvest was the title of a fictitious film used to ensure secrecy and disguise the actual 1981–1983 production of the third installment of the Star Wars film series, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. The supposed film was alleged to be an upcoming horror film with the tag line "Horror Beyond Imagination."
The title was used in all areas where it seemed necessary. The Blue Harvest ruse, credited to producer Howard Kazanjian, was very thorough, emblazoning the fictitious film's logo on a wide range of film production items including shirts, caps, coats, buttons, signs, invoices and stationery. The Blue Harvest facade did give a bit of a wink and nod to its true purpose however, as the supposed film's logo (intentionally or unintentionally) utilized the distinctive Star Wars logo lettering style.
In particular the ruse was employed during location filming in Yuma, Arizona. The filming took place in the dunes over the Thanksgiving holiday, where there was a reported crowd of 35,000 dune buggy enthusiasts. After erecting a chain link fence, employing a huge security force, and dodging a myriad of press inquiries, in the end approximately sixty fans saw through the ruse and refused to leave until they obtained a few autographs and photos.
The Blue Harvest front was not only used during the principal photography for Return of the Jedi, but was also adopted in other areas such as a retro T-shirt that was made by ILM in the 1990s, a cardboard mailer tube to disguise the shipments of Revenge of the Jedi (the original title for the film) posters, an episode of the 1985-1987 Star Wars animated series Star Wars: Ewoks, and even a popular Star Wars fanzine. The name Blue Harvest is widely known by Star Wars fans today. This also the name of a website .
While filming The Empire Strikes Back, Lucas found that services would increase their charges based on the speculated high budget. The false title prevented this for Jedi.
Blue Harvest is also mentioned in the computer game Deus Ex. On Paul's computer in New York there is an e-mail about video rentals; Blue Harvest is one of the films.
And as an in-joke for the cast and crew, the final chapter of the popular Pink Five fanfilm trilogy, entitled Return of Pink Five, was filmed under a similar cover title. All production paperwork, equipment rental contracts, and even crew t-shirts identified the film's title as Pink Harvest.
As somewhat of a joke, the working title for the Simpsons Movie was Yellow Harvest. This is, of course, a reference to the yellow skin color of the Simpsons themselves.
Nice to see this catching on! None of my threads do normally!
8/10 I loved BlueHavest!
Take off the number, and it'd be better. 6.10[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
not sure what yours is 2/10 sorry
very good 8/10:2gun::gta:
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