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|From Dave Grant |
Disregard my last missive. Obviously, I get it now. What was I thinking checking my email before reading JSDC. For shame.
Sounds like a great experience. I suppose there are some perks to living in L.A.......
|From Curtis M Sawyer |
|I watched him in a play here in NYC a few years ago (cannot even remember the name) but we had pretty good seats and he really is quite good.|
The scene at the bridge is one of my favories, along with when the Riders of Rohan arrive in the nick of time at the gates of Minas Tirith.
And, of course, Gandalf was my favorite character in all of LotR. That is why most of my D&D characters have always been wizards.
Very powerful entry. Well done.
|From Q |
|If Ian McKellen did that line near me....well, I'd likely need some new trousers. I can't imagine seeing him perform right in front of you. That sounds like a fantastic experience, overall.|
*walks away shaking head*
|From Peter |
I love the fact that you thought to do that with the NSYNCH tix.
I have my own little Sir Ian story...
A few years back I was dating a lass that just adored him. When her birthday came around, I felt like store bought presents weren't good enough for someone with her level of awesome. I needed to add something else the the package.
So, I tracked down an e-mail address for Sir Ian and sent him a note, describing my gf, her loving of him and the fact that it was her b-day a few days later.
Sure enough, on her b-day morning she got an e-mail from the man himself. It was very kind and sweet, and EXACTLY what you'd expect a Sir Ian e-mail to be.
She was thrilled. And if I hadn't already been a fan, that surely would have won me over.
|From James Cooper |
|Very awesome of you and your friend to have done that with her extra concert tickets.|
And I'm very envious of you to have attended such an awesome and memorable event as Sir McKellen's performance. That would have left me truly humbled indeed.