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Ecstasy joined on Apr 29th, 2011, since that has made 2151 posts that are still accessible today, 29 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Ecstasy has given 4840 upvotes, and was last online on Jul 23rd, 2016.
Alright, I'll be taking over the audio editing for this little project.
If anyone wants to make some simple video for a one minute song, just let me know and I'll send you the audio when it's done.
If you want to participate you still can. The deadline is 31st July. mp3 and wav file formats are preferable.
Nah, nothing confirmed and no idea if the vid is going to happen. I just thought I'd at least do the audio for those who submitted.
The Blind Side is a 2009 American semi-biographical sports drama film. It was written and directed by John Lee Hancock, and based on the 2006 book The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game by Michael Lewis. The storyline features Michael Oher, an offensive lineman who played for the Baltimore Ravens and the Tennessee Titans, and currently is signed with the Carolina Panthers in the NFL. The film follows Oher from his impoverished upbringing, through his years at Wingate Christian School (a fictional representation of Briarcrest Christian School in Memphis, Tennessee), his adoption by Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy, to his position as one of the most highly coveted prospects in college football, then finally becoming a first-round pick of the Ravens.
Sandra Bullock got a whole bunch of awards for the role in this movie.
The Blind Side has been criticized as presenting a white savior narrative in which Oher, an African-American male, is unable to overcome poverty and personal failure without the guidance of adoptive, white mother Tuohy. For example, Jeffrey Montez de Oca of the University of Colorado writes that in The Blind Side's portrayal of adoption, "charity operates as a signifying act of whiteness that obscures the social relations of domination that not only make charity possible but also creates an urban underclass in need of charity." Melissa Anderson of the Dallas Observer argues that the "mute, docile" portrayal of Oher effectively endorses the Uncle Tom stereotype of African-American submission to white authority.
Taken from the movie's wikipedia page.
@Wolfangle I can audio edit this shit, just send me the files.
I have two pages of text with the story not going anywhere, so all good.
also goddamit, Jack, from all the people you would be the one to misspell my username
The audio is going to happen in the nearest future (like in a couple of days). I got most of it done and I'll update the post above a bit later. Sorry for the delay, I had one crazy weekend after the other.
will still accept submissions today.
I'm in. Btw will google doc work for you, @--Jack--?
Thanks for the ping. Would definitely give war theme a try.
@Kirn we did write supernatural that time to compromise somewhat for DC. So it's sort of a covered topic.
I really want to participate but I probably won't be able to write romance.