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      CommentAuthorJeff Owens
    • CommentTimeJul 18th 2008
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    The only thing (presumably) that might suck about hanging out with Alan Moore for me is that I quit smoking years ago and, from what I hear, he mixes tobacco with his...nevermind.
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    Alan Moore likes The Wire. That's great. I really hate Baltimore.
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      CommentAuthorDasai
    • CommentTimeJul 18th 2008
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    It's no surprise that Moore has been accused of being comics' Orson Welles — exceedingly talented, if profoundly prickly —

    How exactly is being called awesome an accusation? "IT WAS YOU who was being a magnificent example of humanity in the ballroom with the lead pipe!"
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    I'd act like an idiot if I ever met Alan Moore. I don't tend to get the "This person is better than me" feeling around a lot of people, but I'm pretty sure Alan Moore would be one of them.
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    @ James Cunningham

    I had a chance to meet John Romita Jr. a while back and was all bumbling fanboy nonsense. A year or so ago I met one of my favorite comedians (Doug Stanhope) at a comedy show here in Baltimore and was completely different. I was very much more relaxed and competent. I think the difference can be attributed to the drink I had in my hand the second time around.

    A friend of mine in Boston got me an hour interview/talk with Noam Chomsky should I ever be up that way (his mom is Chomsky's personal assistant at MIT) but I keep putting it off because I honestly have no idea what I'd say to someone so well know who has been interviewed so many times on so many topics. I think a lot of it comes down to setting and casual/formal atmosphere. If you're going to meet someone you could consider a "personal hero" or an influence or inspiration, having a pint or a meal with them makes everything much more relaxed. But a lot of times in the entertainment business these things happen at conventions, signings, etc and there is just too much going on.
    • CommentAuthorbuzzorhowl
    • CommentTimeJul 19th 2008 edited
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    Hah, you could ask Chomsky about the split 7 inch with Bad Religion he did in the early 90s. I'll bet he's gotten that one very rarely.
    • CommentAuthordot_xom
    • CommentTimeJul 19th 2008
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    Moore knows the Score.


    Love the PWEI reference there.

    Interviews with Alan Moore always gave me the impression that he was a wonderfully nice guy. I mean, his appearance on The Simpsons alone proves that he knows how to have a laugh at himself, so chances are that he's pretty warm and open to anyone who shows him a similar courtesy.
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      CommentAuthortim12s
    • CommentTimeJul 19th 2008
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    him and Bill Drummond


    Two men I had never previously thought about being in the same room together... and now that I have...

    I shudder, a little.

    Anyone else here read "Bad Wisdom"?
    • CommentAuthorOddcult
    • CommentTimeJul 20th 2008
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    They're good mates and have done a few things together. 'Alan Moore's Front Room' was one of the venues for the limited run of showings of 'The K Foundation Burn A Million Quid'.
    • CommentAuthorhank
    • CommentTimeJul 20th 2008
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    On Second Read the interview sounds better. I think maybe i was reading into the inerviewer more than was there.