Yeah, the two flavors don't mix...

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Posted by Isis at on March 20, 2001 at 16:15:28:

In Reply to: Furthermore, she wouldn't have done it. posted by Popular With Anorexia on March 20, 2001 at 05:27:52:

It's like bratwurst and *could* imbibe them both at the same time but oh will you be ill later on. But anyways, there's no point to this post other than to say it would be SO cool if Gaiman did a movie, and extra extra spanking cool if Tori played a role (and knowing those two and their mutual admiration society, he'd definitely offer her a part).

I can see something with an original plot, or based on Gaiman's works, with very beautiful special effects and a mystical plot -- something to rival "Legend" on the trippy-ometer.

-- Isis (glad to see another Toriphile around)
But does it have Tom Cruise in a buckskin kilt?

: : : I heard sometime ago on VH-1 that someone was going to be topless behind the counter at QuikStop. I was just wondering if any one hear knew who it was going to be behind the counter at the QuickStop and was it suposed to be Tory Amos?

: : At the point Clerks was being filmed Tori was living in England & recording "Little Earthquakes". There is no possible way she and Kevin ever would have met at that time.

: Even if Tori were to do a topless appearance for a film, it probably wouldn't be for something as "Animal House"-centric as a ViewAskew comedy. You'd be way more likely to see such a thing in a film directed by someone like, say...Neil Gaiman? He is, I understand, contemplating a debut turn as a film director once he completes his current novel. Back to Tori taking her shirt off for a filmmaker, the context would almost certainly have to be magical-real.

: *Del!!*

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