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February 20 2009

Hulu Blog Calling All Whedon Fans. Hulu is asking for questions from the fandom for another Q&A with ... Him.

Deadline to get in is Feb. 25th.

Fucksake, doesn't he have a movie to make? Kids? Episodes of Battlestar Galactica up with which to catch? Hey -- tell us what you'd rather be doing than answering this question?

ETA lol :D

ETfurtherA: I thought of, and submitted, a question.

[ edited by Pointy on 2009-02-23 01:04 ]
I'm assuming that this press stuff is actually part of his job at this point, which is why he's happy to be doing it.

Promotion, promotion, promotion. All for the greater good.
Pointy, I think you should actually submit that one.

[ edited by The One True b!X on 2009-02-20 03:08 ]
WHY DO YOU WRITE SUCH STRONG FEMALE CHARACTERS?
I guess that could be one reaction to his generosity with his time and dedication to his fans.
HOW DO YOU TYPE WITH BOXING GLO-- wait, nevermind.
Who are the content providers that requested that boxee media centers should not have access to the Hulu content?

Me without Hulu on my AppleTV.. what's the point?!
Oh dear, now I have to wrack my brain to come up with a good/original question. A pretty impossible task.
My question: In the Buffy/Angelverse, there are hell dimensions and, apparently, something approximating a heaven dimension.

Are they reserved only for demons and those fighting them, and, if not, how do we mere mortals manage to find our way into the one or the other?
That's a good question, hope Joss picks that one up.

As for me, "Did you have a set story in mind for 'BtVS' or did you adjust as you went?"
Will I be allowed to watch you answer this question?
I'm still in 7th heaven that he answered (or pretended to answer) one of my questions last time.
For my part, I still wanna hear the answer to that Muppet Show question, that was a good one... very creative.
Oh, yes. Whoever that was, submit that Muppet question.
Mine was: In his recent speech in Israel, Haruki Murakami said, "Between a high, solid wall and an egg that breaks against it, I will always stand on the side of the egg." Are you always an egg, or sometimes a wall?

What was the muppet question?
This was the Muppet question, asked by thatweirdgirl, who I hope tries again via Hulu.
b!x, Muppets are taking us by storm. Might as well face it, they got us beat. Yet, an enemy of my enemy is...well, you know the rest.

So strange to be dealing with puppet masters, don't you think?
Mine was: In his recent speech in Israel, Haruki Murakami said, "Between a high, solid wall and an egg that breaks against it, I will always stand on the side of the egg." Are you always an egg, or sometimes a wall?

Do you have a link to that Murakami speech? I adore him, and I haven't heard anything about this.
I dunno, it seems kind of pervy asking Joss which Muppet he'd wanna "do it" with.

(Yeah I know, duet. But if the question is read to him, he may not hear it that way)

I asked why he writes such strong asthmatic characters. You never know, it could be his new thing.
I still want to know what Angel and Spike's last names were when they were human!
Jobo -- It's up on the main Salon.com page today; direct link is http://www.salon.com/books/feature/2009/02/20/haruki_murakami/ .

I adore him, too.
Shep: "I still want to know what Angel and Spike's last names were when they were human!"

I thought it was obvious. Angelus Smith and Spike Jones. Of course!

*ducking*

...

William's last name is Bloody. Angel's last name is Spunky!

*ducking again*

[ edited by ZachsMind on 2009-02-21 00:59 ]

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