pchat? I’m bored l:C
and I’m taking care of daycare kids. which makes it triple boring.
So, as you all probably know, Bob has gone back to working with sound. One girl happened to meet him at a show he was working on, and asked him why he wasn’t in the band anymore. His response was:
“I can’t deal with divas anymore.”
Source: the comments on this.
UGH I FUCKING KNEW IT. I was hoping that I was wrong… but…
you don’t kno his life
Well, I hope he lives a happy life. I’ll always miss him. ):
Is it bad that I feel totally indifferent to all of this? I feel nothing for MCR anymore, which should be terrible because they were the first band who gave me hope and got me through all of the angst and anger (which was in the high level ranges when I got into them. And now I’m a much happier person.) I don’t know if that’s because their music helped me drain all of those emotions out, or because I feel nothing for them anymore. Bob’s comment really helped me realise why I’ve grown out of them.
At least he’s happier now and doesn’t have to take all of whatever their problems were.
They just don’t speak to me anymore and Bob obviously couldn’t take them either.
maybe you still love the nightmare before christmas because Tim wasn’t really involved in most of it? I was watching documentaries and crap and Tim wasn’t even around much during production. The whole idea of it came from a poem he wrote about a skeleton stealing christmas. As Danny Elfman kept on writing the score he and Tim would discuss it and make up the story as they went along.
They wrote the music before they even had a script written out.
(guess what movie he was directing at the same time Henry Selick and Co. were making the nightmare before christmas? THAT BATMAN MOVIE. You know which one.. )
That’s why I get so pazissed whenever people say the Coraline was directed by Tim because it WASN’T. It was directed by Henry Selick. The same chap who should have gotten the acclaim from TNBC.
whatevsss.. rant rant rant.
I still like Timmy. Even if he’s a credit stealer.