Saturday, December 24, 2011

One More Day 'Till Christmas!

Can you believe it!!! 'Tis time for my annual christmas video!!!! It is here:

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Christmas!!!! In 1 week!

You're kidding! Oh boy! I better hurry up wit stuff! Wasn't it Thanksgiving yesterday! I gotta catch up with stuff... But at least we're off of school! Wahoo! I don't know why, but holidays seem to sneak up on me... Grrr... Well, I don't really mind since they're fun anyway. Although, I seem to enjoy waiting for the holidays! You know what I'm sayin'? It's so enjoyable waiting for the holidays to come! The excitement, the anxiety, the... just the... I don't know. I just love it! Well, Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

The Crusader's Tale - Part 1

Yes, TCT Part 1 is out! If you wanna see it, please visit our website. I ask you, again, to spread the word about The Crusader's Tale and Lord and Lady Productions!!!

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Putting Up Christmas Lights...

Is a pain in the neck. The past years we've tried it, it always takes us... hours... but today! Today we successfully succeeded in performing the great deed within three hours! Success! Muahahahaha! Recently, it was my brother birthday- *gasp* I forgot to do a Birthday post!!!! oops... Ok, here we go:

Happy Birthday David! You are, without a doubt, the finest brother ever! You are strategic, a very fine warrior, and an excellent actor!

So, again, Happy Birthday!!!

So, where was I? Ah yes! For his birthday, he received a computer game entitled "Company of Heroes."

It's a WWII game in which you command the headquarters and you build you army of tanks, artillery, and infantry to destroy the Nazi forces. There are three forces you can choose to be: Infantry, Airborne, and Armor. I personally prefer the airborne. Love the airborne! So, I must now go... darn it... so, farewell until our next meeting! And if we do not meet again, (highly doubt-able) then may your spirit stay strong, and your wits remain sharp! May-go-Vahnen,(farewell in elvish)
and a Merry Christmas!

Friday, December 2, 2011

I Am a Full Blooded Airsofter

Yes, I am. I just recieved my gear this week! Wahoo!!! So, I

am, officially, the first member of the Knight's Templar Catholic Airsofting Squad! With my gear I ordered 6 extra magazines for my MP5 which means I will never run out of ammo! Can't wait to go to my first game!

Monday, November 28, 2011

Of Thanksgivings and Advents and Being Behind Blogging Schedule

I am way behind. No use trying to get around it I am neglecting to post out of laziness.... but considering I have a life outside of blogging, and this is just a tool with which I can do something, it really doesn't matter. So, no matter whether I'm behind or not, but I still should apologize as the followers took time to follow this blog, I should at least take the time to say something! So, Happy Thanksgiving! My family and I had a wonderful thanksgiving! We had a blast! My Grandma was able to be here and we all ate our turkey, stuffing and many other foods with much delight, you'd better believe it! We still, after Thanksgiving has been over for 5 days now, have leftovers... I'll take care of that in a couple of hours.... My family has a tradition of saying what we are all Thankful for as we eat.

But now it is, and I cannot believe it, ADVENT!!!!!!!!! It seems only yesterday we were in the middle of summer! So, I had to step on it and change my blogs look and put on my Christmas playlist... oh boy....

Updates on life: My brother David's birthday is coming up and he, shockingly, wanted to ask for the same airsoft gun I bought. I decided to be nice (and I also wanted to buy another one as it was a little heavy for my taste...) and sell him the one I bought... strange huh? So, I had to but yet another gun.... this time I bought a gun used by the Navy SEALS and also the most widely used sub machine gun around the world: The MP5. The MP5 is used by many armies around the world including the Australian Army, the Italian Army, the US Army, the Irish Army, the UK Army, and, one of my reasons for loving it, the Swiss Guard, and many more. I love this gun! And I love airsoft!

We have finally created out Arsofting Squad. We are calling ourselves the Knight's Templar's and, as we are taking out name from the Catholic warrior monks, have adopted the Italian uniform: Vegetato Camouflage, OD Gear, maroon or black berets (or Special forces helmets), and any gun used by the Italian Army. For myself, I will be the squad leader and David is our Squad second in command. Myself and Tony, are our squad assault troops/CQB (And part-time sniper for myself), Gabriel is out gunner, and David is our squad SDM (squad designated marksman). I can't wait until we all have our gear!

Until next time,

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Life Update

I know, I know... I never post that much during this time of year. So I am giving you the updates on my life:

I bought a new airsoft rifle!!!!! It's got metal internals, it's an automatic, it has matal external parts all over, and and charging rod on the side of the gun, and a 300+ round magazine.

I got my job back at the Country Mill. It's better than last year. This year I'm weighing pumpkins. And I get to dress up this weekend!!!! My sister decided to dress up as an FBI agent (she looks alot like one) and I am dressing up as Al Capone on Saturday, and on Sunday we're both dressing up as pirates! Wahoo!

We are taking fencing lessons! It's fun! My grandma is coming next week! Can't wait!

So, you now have the updates on my life. I shall have to attempt to post more. I'll try.

Thursday, September 29, 2011


Whoever solves these is a genious... or maybe you've heard them before... either for thsat matter:

"The rope broke, the bell rang, and the man died..."

Decipher that if you can...

And now for the second:

"Inside a room there are 53 bycycles, a dead (murdered) man, and a table. Some of the bycycles are on the table and some aren't... what happened?"

I'll bet you'll never figures that one out...

To the winner I shall give nothing! Because if your that smart you don't have to show it off with an award...

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Happy Brithday Tony!

Today is my brother, Tony's, 13th birthday! I can only announce two of his presents and they are:

Firstly, the present he opened this morning was a F4Boys Automatic Airsoft M4 Carbine. Awesome!!!!!

Secondly, he is now the proud owner of an officially licensed Indiana Jones Fedora!

HappyBirthday Tony! And May you play many parts as good as you played Baldwin!

Friday, September 9, 2011

The Crusader's Tale Official Trailers

The Crusader's Tale Official Trailers havejust been posted over at Lord and Lady Productions!!!!

Please watch them, and pass them on!

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The Movie Preferance Poll

I have posted a new poll! And this time, I am trying to see what kind of the major types of movies people prefer. I have chosen three of the most popular kinds. This isn't a "Most Popular Genre" Test, this is more of a... setting test... I guess... The three categories to choose from are:

Historical: e.g. Kingdom of Heaven, Gladiator, Gettysburg, The King's Speech, Pirates of the Carribean (although that's kind of fantasy... I'll leave it in this category), The Passion, Braveheart, Robin Hood.

Sci-Fi: e.g. Star Wars, Star Trek, The Dark Knight, X-Men, Tron: Legacy, Spiderman, Captain America, The Avengers (2012) Inception.

Fantasy: e.g. The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit (2012), Eragon, The Chronicles of Narnia.

Have fun!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

There and Back Again: A Hobbit's Tale by The Pimpernel

About a week ago, I left for a Young Men's Summer Camp. It was a blast! Myself, the leader, and another guy, were the first ones to arrive. We then started to set up the tents and unload the food when all the rest of the group arrived. We began the trip with Mass and the Rosary and then had a dinner of hamburgers and hot dogs!

The next day we went canoeing down a river to Amon Hen... Well, myself and my canoe partner were in first place in the first part of the race! The second part, we were somewhere in the back, and in the third part, we were in second place! Once we were done, we were so tired! As usual we went to Mass and said the Rosary but ended with a dinner of cheese dip and spaghetti.

The next day, we went on a hike on some Sand Dunes. This was the end Mr. Frodo! Just over the hills! It would all be over! Then we could go home! Home to the Shire! As you can see, it was quite difficult. The hills were some of the most difficult things to climb! On the way back, back 'ome, I literally fell down just within a few yards of the last hill. I had trouble just pulling myself to the top. Then I could see the vans! We'd done it Mr. Frodo! It's done!

The next day we packed up the tents and went home. Ya. Lots of energy and excitement there. Hahaha! As we were the first to arrive, we were the last to pack up and leave.

All in all, the trip was a fun one. I would have to say I will be goin' again next year. But after a long adventure, it's good to be back 'ome. So, I have lived the adventure. I have gone there... and back again.

The Eagle

I watched the Eagle the other night. I have to rate this movie 3.5 (out of 5) stars. It was indeed an epic movie!

The movie opened with a Roman centurion, Marcus Flavius Aquila, (Channing Tatum) taking command of his new post in Scotland (well on the borders of Scotland and England anyway) and you find out Marcus' father was the centurion of the 9th legion which lost it's treasured standard, The Eagle. You see, to the Romans, the Eagle represented Rome. If they lost their Eagle, it was a great shame. Just like if Catholics lost a Church to the protestants it would be a shame... well sort of... So, Marcus then decides to reclaim the Eagle and his families honor with the help of his slave, Esca, (Jamie Bell) whose father was one of the chiefs who led the attack on the 9th legion.

If you want to fin out what happens next, you'll have to watch the movie.

Action: There were battles all through it!

Romance: no romance (sorry girls but I hate whenever a film has that in it)

Plot: great story! The ending was a little weak, but it cut the cake.

Music: Surprisingly, the music was decent enough for the movie. There were times when it sounded like Emperor Palpatine's theme from Star Wars, but I suppose it was a low budget movie.

Props and Costumes: One reason I was attracted to this movie was because the costumes and weaponry were designed by my favorite prop makers: Windlas Steel (who also did the props for Prince Caspian, The Kingdom of Heaven, and many others).

Epic film! I would recomend watching it if you are 15 (It was pretty dark)

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Thorin Okenshield

An exiled king, a battle hardy lord, wielder of the elven blade known as Orcrist, this, my friends, is Thorin Okenshield:

Just like I envisioned Thorin to be! That's my idea of Thorin to a T! Hurrah for Peter Jackson and Richard Armitage: the PERFECT image of Thorin Okenshield! Bravo!

As a young Dwarf prince, Thorin witnessed the destruction and terror wrought when a great fire-breathing Dragon attacked the Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor. After slaughtering many of Thorin's kin, the great serpent, Smaug, entered The Lonely Mountain and took possession of its vast store of gold and jewels. No-one came to the aid of the surviving Dwarves, and thus, a once proud and noble race was forced into exile. Through long years of hardship, Thorin grew to be a strong and fearless fighter and revered leader. In his heart a fierce desire grew; a desire to reclaim his homeland and destroy the beast that had brought such misery upon his people. So when fate offers him an unusual ally, he seizes the chance for revenge.

Friday, July 15, 2011

Two New Dwarves!!!

Two New Dwarves have been posted: Balin and Dwalin!!!

(L-R) Ken Stott as Balin and Graham McTavish as Dwalin. Dwarf Lords in their own right, Balin and Dwalin are close relatives of Thorin. Beyond this, these brothers are two of his most loyal and trusted friends. An old warrior, Balin has lived through hard times and fought many battles, yet he harbors doubts about the wisdom of the Quest to retake the Lonely Mountain. Dwalin has no such forebodings – his belief in Thorin’s leadership is unshakeable. A powerful and bruising fighter, with a natural tendency to distrust anyone who is not a Dwarf, particularly anyone who might be an Elf, Dwalin is not someone to cross lightly.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The Hobbit Pictures!

I am loving the way the new dwarves are turning out! The pictures of Thorin will be released in a few days I think. But here are the ones they have so far:

He looks like Bilbo!!!! Can you notice Thorin in the back?

(L to R) Jed Brophy as Nori, Adam Brown as Ori and Mark Hadlow as Dori in "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" (Photo by James Fisher)

These three brothers, all sons of the same mother, could not be more different from each other. Dori, the oldest, spends much of his time watching out for Ori, the youngest; making sure he’s not caught a chill or got himself killed by Wargs or Goblins. Nobody quite knows what Nori gets up to most of the time, except that it’s guaranteed to be dodgy and quite probably, illegal. Dori, Nori and Ori are intensely loyal to each other – and whilst they are perfectly happy fighting amongst themselves, woe-betide anyone who means harm to one of these brothers.

John Callen as Oin and Peter Hambleton as Gloin in "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" (Photo by James Fisher)

Distant cousins of Thorin Oakenshield, these two doughty, Northern Dwarves join the Company out of a sense of loyalty to their kin, and also because they have a substantial sum of money invested in the venture. Along with Bombur, Gloin is the only other married Dwarf in the Company (there being a shortage of female dwarves in general). His wife is an acclaimed beauty with a particularly fine beard. Gloin is the proud father of a young son, Gimli, who will go on to become part of the famous Fellowship of the Ring.

(L-r) Stephen Hunter as Bombur, James Nesbitt as Bofur and William Kircher as Bifur in New Line Cinema's and MGM's fantasy adventure The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, a Warner Bros. Pictures release.
While most of the Company of Thorin Oakensheild is related to the royal and noble line of Durin, Bofur, his brother Bombur and their cousin Bifur most definitely are … not. Born and bred in the West, descendants of coal miners and iron workers, they have joined the Quest for the Lonely Mountain partly to seek their fortune and partly because they were told the beer was free.

Dean O'Gorman as Fili and Aidan Turner as Kili in "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" (Photo by James Fisher)

Two of the youngest Dwarves, Fili and Kili have been born into the royal line of Durin and raised under the stern guardianship of their uncle, Thorin Oakensheild. Neither has ever travelled far, nor ever seen the fabled Dwarf City of Erebor. For both, the journey to the Lonely Mountain represents adventure and excitement. Skilled fighters, both brothers set off on their adventure armed with the invincible courage of youth, neither being able to imagine the fate which lies before them.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The Crusader's Tale Updates

Hello followers! As some of you may know, The Crusader's Tale will be coming to a close soon. We have 11 days left of shooting and a few more for redo shots. So, with this said, we have turned our thought to rating. Naturally it isn't going to be rated by the MPAA, but before the film itself, there will be a video of meself speaking about the film and I will say what the estimated rating would be if it were a real film. So, hence, I am asking the followers to vote on what it should be rated. Watch this video and when you are done, there is a poll at the top of the blog for the rating:

Monday, July 4, 2011

Happy 4th of July!!!!!!

The 4th of July. A day where Americans celebrate the triumph of John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and Ben Franklin over the Southern aristocrats in signing an immortal document which would change the course of the future for the entire world. True, many countries find America to be too materialistic, and indeed, we are. But, America is my favorite country, though it may seem I love Scotland more, I do not. God Bless America, and the men who made her free.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

A New Serial: A Tale of Four Kings

A young king reclaims his lost throne, with the aid of three life-long companions, One of whom is not who he seems to be. Soon afterward, he finds himself called to regain something more meaningful than royalty. Meanwhile, a dark emperor has risen on the king’s borders, seeking to subdue all those free from his rule. Separated, the three friends must fight for their lives against great odds. In another land, an even greater price is paid. All those who would stand against tyranny must unite if they are to defeat their foes. But even then, the price has not been paid in full. What is the price of a throne? Will good or evil reign over Corrbrangairia for all time? If you wish to know, you must ride with the four kings!

A New Weekly Serial Coming To JT’s Tales July First, 2011

Strength! Wisdom! Justice!

With this said, JT will be posting a new story! I would invite you all to read it as this story seems... intriguing... Later one, I will be posting my own audio "trailer" for the story. So stay tuned, not only at Lord and Lady Productions and The Adventures of the Scarlet Pimpernel, but also, JT's Tales!

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

No more sisters for a week!

You see, they have some good friends a few states away, so they decided to go visit them (again). So, they left today. Wahoo! No older sisters for a week! Now we have the whole world to ourselves to eat drink... and do the dishes they would be doing... maybe I want them back... Oh well.

There gone precious! They can't tells us what to do! We's free precious! Free! Free! Free! No more sisterses!

For a week anyway...

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Vicki's Graduation 2011

As some of you may know, my sister graduated from 12th grade (I don't remember how long ago) and today we are having her party!!!!!! Wahoo!!!!!! We have invited 40 people and the food we have... it'll be heaven! We're having 13 liters of soda, a TON of pulled pork sandiwches, five packs of 24 hot dogs, 6 packs of 5 or 6 brats, about 7 or 8 bags of chips, and a a countless number of dips! Sofar we've ben cleaning for about three days know and the day has arrived! But Vicki must be the happiest of all as she is finally done with High School!

Good luck at College Vicki!

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Semi-Semi Trailer Posted on Lord and Lady website!!!

Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, I have just now posted a semi-semi-trailer on Lord and Lady Productions The trailer is not an official trailer, just a small project I threw out there. I hope you enjoy it! And PLEASE, if you would, post a link to the post on your blogs! I would be very grateful!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

It's Raining! It's Pouring! I wish I was snoring!

I went to bed last night after seeing a bright sunny day all Tuesday, then I awake to... to... this... a cloudy, rainy, thunder-stormy day. I hate this weather. It's overcast, it's dark, it's just so... bleh! Makes me sick! Well, no it doesn't... it makes everyone else look sick... Muahahaha! Well, gotta run. AFTER I tell you a story... thing...

A few months ago, and this is a true story, a guy, who thought he had the Bible all figured out, predicted that last Saturday, May 21st would be the end of the world and that the world would end at 6:00 p.m. Obviously, as I am still here typing, the world did not end. The guy came out the next day and made a public statment that he "misunderstood something." One of the reporters replied, "Ya, like maybe the part of the Bible that says NO MAN KNOWS THE TIME THE WORLD WILL END." and another said "It's ok.,.. We all make mistakes... It's ok... it aint the end of the world..."

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Lord and Lady Blog

Hello followers! I thought I would take the time, today, to remind you of the official website of our "studio." As we are frequently filming scenes of our latest, and first, "big" production, The Crusader's Tale, the blog is frequently updated. I invite you all to visit (and PLEASE follow) our official website, Lord and Lady Productions!

Thursday, May 19, 2011


Man do I hate the weather! Every day it get's better, then every other day it gets worse. This has been the WORST spring I have ever seen! Usually, Spring comes around March. But this year... Oh, this year! This year, well, it's now May and our weather STILL keeps dropping into the 40s! Right now, our lawn and porch is soaking wet from rain! Rain, rain rain. That's all it's done for the last week or so! Of course, we have a sunny day every now and then... Every time it gets sunny, we think that the rain is finally over, but then, it gets cold. And then we say, "well, this should be the last cold, it'll be getting warmer this week!" But then, it get's cold again. Grrrrrr! This has gone on for the past three months. Blast! Well, let's hope, and pray, that it'll be over soon. Oh look outside! More rain!

Friday, May 6, 2011

Of Films

Oh! I love movies! I love making movies! I could make movies 24/7 and keep on going! My first movie I was in (a family film of course) was a film we made called the Thieves of Toys... you can imagine what that was about... since then, I've always loved acting and especially movies!

Originally, I would make small projects for our family... then I made a movie with some friends of ours called The Return of the Witch King, Gollum, and the Ring. It was pretty fun to make. Then, we decided to make a whole bunch of small family projects copying the big movies such as The Chronicles of Narnia, Pirates of the Caribbean and others (all comedies). We made Narnia, and then I had a revolutionary idea...

I thought of making a BIG movie! A film which we would make, with a budget, and which we would end up posting and so on... we decided it would be The Lord of the Rings. As you can tell, that was overdoing it a bit. Naturally, when we found it was far too difficult to make, we shelved it. We never really said, "It's shelved." but we knew it was, when it was.

Then, I decided to go back to small movies. Not as small as our first movies, but just not something with budgets and everything. So, I found a friend of mine, known online as Master Paul Xavier, had written a small script known as The Crusaders Tale and had made a "studio" known as Lord and Lady Productions. Unfortunately, he never was able to perform any movies. So, I offered to direct the film for him and do it under his studio's name, Lord and Lady Productions. He accepted my offer. Little by little, we began to call ourselves Lord and Lady Productions instead of people working for Lord and Lady Productions. Now, we are full out, the western division of Lord and Lady Productions performing our first big production The Crusaders Tale. Our trailer will be coming out in August. So stay tuned!

We are already looking to when we will be done with The Crusader's Tale, and thinking of new plots we could perform. We have decided that when we are done with TCT we will make previews of different plots which are doable, and see the opinion of some of our public (AKA=you guys). I know I've asked this before, but if you have a story that you'd like us to perform, please feel free to send it to us in comment (that WILL NOT be published). And there are no restrictions any more. I will first look at the story and see if it is doable. The story doesn't have to be in script form, just a quick story, and we'll develop the script.

When I usually put these requests out, people never really reply. But I'm very interested in what my followers would like to see performed, and their own ideas of films!

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Two days ago...

Two days ago was...

My 111 birthday! And sixteen years is far too short a time to live among such exelent bloggers. I don't know half of you half as well as I should like, and I like less than half of you half a well as you deserve... Or words to that effect...

Ah! It was a good day. I have pictures of some of the things we did, but if you want to see them, you'll have to follow Lord and Lady's blog. for breakfast, we had a meal of Fried eggs, bacon, sausage, fried potatoes, and biscuits. For lunch, I had... HAMBURGERS AND TATOR TOTS! I love hamburgers... even if they aren't made of ham... and for dinner I had Steak, asparagus, Baked Potatoes, and some biscuits. Ah! it was a day to remember!

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Movie Review: Braveheart

Today I'm going to reveiw probably my favorite movie:


We watched it for the millionth time last night! I love that movie! Despite the fact that it's rated R for violence and.. other things... it is really epic movie! Though I would not recomend it for sixteen (I was thirteen when I watched it) on down, I would recomend it if you want to watch an epic movie! It's no wonder that this movie won so many oscars and awards!

Anyway, back to the reveiw. I have to rate this movie 4.5 stars. Due to the fact that it has two scenes that are... dodgy... But, everything else in the movie is of the highest quality! Mel Gibson is, indeed, my favorite director! He has the ability to tell stories in the most unique of ways! Who can think that a movie in which the main character dies would be nominated (and win) a bunch of awards! I have never shown this movie to anyone who didn't leave it with their jaw dropped!

Mel Gibson did an amazing job with the shots, especially with the scene "The Legend Spreads." Another amazing part of it is the costumes and props. I absolutely love the ancient kilts that are worn! Although many historians say that the ancient kilt was never worn by Scots, they looked really good (I even ended up getting myself an ancient kilt after watching this movie!) The music is amazing! The composer is none other than my favorite composer, James Horner (who tied with John Williams in our music polls)! After seeing this movie, I will guarantee you will want to get the soundtrack! Acting was superb! There is not a single actor who didn't protray his character succesfully! Mel Gibson plays the scottish patriot William Wallace and he is the darn best actor in the movie!

All in all, the movie is awesome! I would say that if you are 17+, then you should deffinitely watch this movie! If you can't yet, I would tell you to go onto playlist and listen to some tracks form the soundtrack. Freedom!!!!!

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Update and Happy Easter!!!!!!!

Hello followers and fellow bloggers! He is risen! He is risen indeed! The thought of rising from the dead is truly an amazing thought! Because, 100% of people who are born... die! 100%! And God himself died, but he didn't leave the world through death, and this is the amazing truth of it all! He died, but he didn't leave the world (permanently that is) from dying.

Now, updates. Last weekend, wasthe last performance of our churchs' production, "Is is I?" I'm going to edit the video soon and then I will have some parts to show you. But, we have pictures.

Getting in position for production

The Stage

The production last sunday (the pictures are a little blurry because our camera isn't that great and we were moving):



The Stage last Sunday

Simon the Zealot

The Consecration of the Wine

Judas Iscariot

James the Greater


The Washing the Feet

The Consecration of the Bread



John the Beloved (Me)