Do you know who’s amazing? I’ll give you a hint, it’s not you or I. Nor I. No, neither of us is amazing. You can show me all your achievements, medals, awards and dissertations but you will never be as amazing as James Earl Jones.
This will be difficult for some of us to understand (i.e. Chris) due to the fact that some of us cannot watch films for fear of exploding. That said, James Earl Jones, or JEJ as he is known to his closest friends and family, has also has a stuperbulous career on both television and on stage, so you’ve got no excuses some people. He is a huge talent and has played everyone from a man covered in black plastic to a huge lion and even read all 27 books of the New Testament in ‘James Earl Jones Reads the Bible’. I know now what everyone is getting for Christmas…
I have a ton of respect for James because he’s always been there in lots of things, lots of things I have enjoyed which is a rarity these days. I almost fell off the sofa though when I paused a film he was in and this came up:
Immature, juvenile, yes yet also immensely satisfying and hugely enjoyable. I think James Earl Jones looks even cooler with walrus tusks. Walrus tusks or sticks of chalk coming out of his nose. He can pull off any look, he’s that good an actor.
19 comments on “James Earl Jones is Amazing”
Literally never heard of him. Anyway, the point is, what are you saying about me exploding? It’s the first I’ve heard of this. Last time you were trying to tell us the mattress shop downstairs would explode if I watched a film.
Are you saying that I need to set out what happens, or what would happen, if you were to watch a film and the ensuing chaos and repercussions?
I wasn’t specifically saying that, but I now want that to happen. Yes. Do that please.
This is going to be in a separate post and it will not be done at very last minute to grab a bean.
I would expect nothing less. That’s a golden post opportunity (postortunity) that shouldn’t be passed up.
It’s nice that we can create future posts within posts. I like how everything has so many levels that everyone struggles to remember where things came from unless we write them down in a book.
And that some books disappear for years and then come back, like a nice surprise.
It IS, isn’t it?
I sometimes click the random post in the sidebar and read it. It’s like friendship revision. Without the record of the Beans I don’t think I’d be able to understand half of our conversations.
Your calendar is also helping (helbing, helpding) with that. Let us not forget that remembering is fun.
I did a lot of Beans revision for that calendar. A lot of random post buttons were clicked. A lot of long-forgotten comments were pillaged.
Imagine if we could find someone who would give us money for each little bitesize nugget of joy we’ve brought into this world. Some crazy billionaire who read the whole damn thing and then sent us all a cheque.
WE’D BE… something-aires.
Kev’s would be no more than ten quid though.
That would be amazing. Maybe we should print off the website and speculatively post it to a few billionaires, just to see what happens.
Also, Kev doesn’t seem to be around much just now, so you might as well reel off another couple of zingers if you want.
You know what, I think that’s what I’m going to do. I’m going to crack off a couple of zingers aimed DIRECTLY at this viso/volto. I bet that’d give him what for (what?).
*sits back and awaits zingers*
King of the Hill? More like Stig of the Dump.
I’ve known corpses that were more active than Kev.
I thought they were pretty good, so I checked in this week’s copy of What Zinger? and sure enough they scored five zings out of five. Nice work.
Thanks mate #matesquared.
Would you like to take the stage and crack off a couple of zingers too?
I’m not sure I could match your stellar zinging. I’m in awe.
Thanks mate #matesquared
We (as in me and you) are both great at zingers though. We need to start some kind of zinger fraternity.