August 1st, 2007


Revenge of The Return of The Quizzes...

You scored as You are a Demon, There's no nice way of saying it. You're a Demon! And you like it that way! You are often called a pyromaniac and keep matches or a lighter on you at all times. Your idea of fun is poking at those poor damned souls with your pitch fork. Just be careful you don't get burned in all your fun!


You are a Demon


Black Witch


You are a Vampiric Elf!


Fallen Angel




What creature of the night are you you most like? (Pics!!)
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What kind of Angel are you?

Angel of Sin.
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What's Your Inner Beast? [pics]

The Werewolf:

The Werewolf is the symbol for Spiritual Paths. You have the soul of a wolf inside you, which makes you warm and caring to those you love.

Strengths: Protection is a number one priority, and therefore you always gaurd the ones you love and keep tight bonds with your pack mates. Loyalty is strong within yourself, and you also expect it from the ones who are close to you.

Flip Side: Even though you care for those you love deeply, if they betray you, anger races through your veins. The Werewolf, despite it's warm fun-loving personality, can also stand up for itself if need be. You would have no problem hiding your anger if something sets you off balance.

Congratulations! You have a Werewolf inside!

pic (c) Christy Grandjean aka GoldenWolfen

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Wholly Moses!

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John Ritter as The Devil.

Director: Gary Weis / Writer: Guy Thomas. Release Date: 13 June 1980 (USA) Genre: Comedy/Fantasy.
Tagline: "The story of Herschel. He wanted to be Moses...but he didn't have the right connections."

Synopsis: "Harvey and Zoey, two tourists travelling through Israel, discover an ancient scroll describing the life of Herschel, the man who was almost Moses. Herschel receives the command from God to free his people from Egyptian slavery, but Moses keeps blundering by and taking all the credit. Several other biblical stories, such as Lot and his wife, David and Goliath, and the miracles of Jesus, are also parodied in this story of the life of a man trying to follow the path to God, but somehow always seeming to lose his way."

Dudley Moore ... Harvey Orchid/Herschel
Laraine Newman ... Zoey/Zerelda
James Coco ... Hyssop
Paul Sand ... God's Angel
Jack Gilford ... Tailor
Dom DeLuise ... Shadrach
John Houseman ... The Archangel
Madeline Kahn ... The Witch
David L. Lander ... The Beggar
Richard Pryor ... Pharaoh
John Ritter ... Satan (The Devil)
Richard B. Shull ... Jethro
Tanya Boyd ... Princess
Ruth Manning ... Landlady
Walker Edmiston ... God (voice)

DVD cover, July 6th, 2004.

Blasphemous humor! I was reminded recently of this veritable 'lost' mythological comedy film, in which right after 'jehovah' turns the woman into a pillar of salt, John Ritter as The Devil casually walks over to "Herschel" {wanna'-be 'Moses'} for a brief conversation about the influence of 'yahweh'; feeling under-appreciated, The Devil explains to Hershel that trees, among a few other things, are actually HIS idea, but never received credit.