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Everyone and their dog has posted these pictures. I DO NOT CARE.

Posted on 2008.11.09 at 23:22
How I feel about it all: contemplativemnrglpfmb
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I go into semi-lurkdom and this happens:









I like this one best:



Whole .pdf file is here. Because you should actually read teh article, dudes.

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Vee
vsee at 2008-09-12 03:49 (UTC) ()
This kind of very staged photo shoot doesn't always work for me, but that shot of him tearing off his tie makes me think very unseemly thoughts. Thankee.
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primroseburrows at 2008-09-12 03:52 (UTC) ()
I usually HATE staged shoots (I'm one of the only people on the planet who doesn't like the Elm Street pictures), but these work. Despite the horribly unnecessary touching-up.
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kristiinthedark at 2008-09-12 03:50 (UTC) ()
The more people that post these, the better. They never get old!
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primroseburrows at 2008-09-12 03:52 (UTC) ()
The last one, of course, is Fraser, and was taken by Ray before a fancy dinner out.
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kristiinthedark at 2008-09-12 03:53 (UTC) ()
Hee. Of course!
Mal
malnpudl at 2008-09-12 03:53 (UTC) ()
If these hadn't been so heavily air-brushed, I would be dead of pure ecstasy by now... but as it is, I have a very hard time enjoying them. His beautiful, beautiful 49-year-old face! It's not right for them to try to make him look ten or fifteen years younger!
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primroseburrows at 2008-09-12 04:00 (UTC) ()
Oh, I agree with you. But they didn't airbrush his eyes or his mouth, and I seriously doubt they did any airbrushing from the neck down.

But yeah. It's a good thing that someone who's almost fifty looks as good as he does while still looking like he's almost fifty.

Also, this is suit kink plus mouth kink plus general Paul kink. I'm ignoring the airbrushing. (Plus the article is very good, with lots of polysyllabic words that should have been recorded, dammit).

Edited at 2008-09-12 04:01 (UTC)
Junesrose
junesrose at 2008-09-12 05:34 (UTC) ()
WHO IS THIS GORGEOUS HUNK OF MAN?????????????

*iz so out of teh loop*
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primroseburrows at 2008-09-12 18:46 (UTC) ()
That? is Paul Gross. I don't have room for the complete ten-page page response, so I'll try to give you the short answer. The only thing you might have seen him in is due South (watch the pilot episode and tell me what you think), but he's done a LOT in Canada. A short bio is here. He's also really, really smart. Like really.

Also, go here to see an interview about Paul's new movie (which opened the Toronto International Film Festival). The trailer for the movie is here. Trailer picspam is here

This is another interview, this time for the film Wilby Wonderful (which you should see if you can, it's awesome).

Picspam from Buried on Sunday, (a strangely wonderful little black comedy from 1992 involving a small island, a Soviet submarine, and fishing) is here.

Oh, and I can't not mention Slings & Arrows, which is only the best show I've ever seen on television, ever. There are no bad reviews, I've looked. It's the show that knocked Babylon 5 out of my Favourite Show Ever spot. Seriously, you need to see this. Everyone needs to see this. I'm in the process of uploading my DVDs into .avi form because the downloads available around the web aren't great for colour/quality. As soon as I get the first episode uploaded I'll send you the link).

Here's a scene from first season:



Okay, that should be enough. :)

Edited at 2008-09-12 18:47 (UTC)
bjohan57
bjohan57 at 2008-09-12 20:20 (UTC) ()
Thanks for the reminder about the BOS picspam, I haven't seen that film for a couple of months and have developed the bends as a result. Must be rectified immediately.

Just about to start S&A 2.06 as well, and then will watch the glorious season 3. It's a good life.
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primroseburrows at 2008-09-12 20:43 (UTC) ()
I have to go to work, darnit. It's a good life, true, but it'd still be a good life were I independently wealthy and could stay home and post more picspam.
Катерина
_scally at 2008-09-12 12:00 (UTC) ()
I like this one best:

So do I! Paul looks so graceful!

The article is cool too!
Катерина
_scally at 2008-09-13 14:49 (UTC) ()
>I'm in the process of uploading my DVDs into .avi form because the downloads available around the web aren't great for colour/quality. As soon as I get the first episode uploaded I'll send you the link).

I was waiting passionately for someone to to this good thing!!!!!!
fenlings
fenlings at 2008-09-13 17:46 (UTC) ()
Ahahah the "My Dinners with Billionaires" part. My mind went to the bad RPF place. ("Just *how much* do you want my contribution, Paul?
")
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primroseburrows at 2008-09-14 07:38 (UTC) ()
I dunno. A pissed-off Martha is probably pretty scary. Unless of course she condoned the whole thing.

It's a good thing I don't write RPF anymore, because Martha probably doesn't even know HOW to work an Uzi.
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