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"You're on thin ice with ankle weights, I'd hate to lie.
How fucking irritated are you? How much in your face am I?"
- Eminem, "Cinderella Man"
We shocked the world! We shocked the world! Not only did we finally complete the fandub of the Clannad film, we also survived the Mayan Apocalypse. With that being said, there's really not much left to be said. I'm immensely proud of everyone, and
For those of you who did not obsess over SAT flashcards during your formative years, that's just a fancy way of saying second to last. And yes, it is quite hard to believe we're just a single installment away from completing this puppy. We've had our share of difficulties throughout the long process (including a recasting for the most recent video), but we're just about to see our perseverance pay off. Even so, I'm sure there are still doubters out there who refuse to believe little ol' me could
Welcome to the latest installment in the Lonely Boy Studios production of the Clannad film fandub. Now that Kevin Clash is having to give notice to all his neighbors who live within a 100-foot radius of Sesame Street, LBS is the only safe place left for wholesome, feel-good entertainment. Don't mind the noise, what may sound like a cross between a couple of mating weasels and the Smoke Monster from "Lost" is just Xenophon0930 laughing his pasty little ass off over the most recent news
Lonely Boy Studios fears no man, beast or superstorm. An unmitigated climatic disaster cannot deter us from the duty to provide you with
the very best pretty goodbarely passable fandub entertainment. Special praise must go to our very own Katie Figaratto, who despite being in the impact zone of the storm, showed tremendous grit in finishing up her lines. She's the kind of lady who stares disaster in the face and goes:
Even though I assure you that the Clannad film fandub will always be free, it will still probably be worth more than any share of Facebook stock you may own. There's a smaller cast in this one, so each individual performer had to bear a larger portion of the burden this time. I think everyone handled their increased responsibilities quite well, though. There was admittedly a small delay, but I've planned a few contingency periods here and there. Nothing should be thrown off too greatly. We continue