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Thursday, July 14, 2005

Callin Out, Around the World...

I'd like to thank everyone from all parts of the world for writing in!! I have gotten great response from Scandanavia, the Middle East, Australia, Brazil, Europe...even America.

Wherever you're from, let us know! Just click the word "COMMENTS" in the lower right hand corner of this box and scroll down to click "POST A COMMENT" at the end of all the posted comments and tell us a bit about your corner of the planet!


PS: Hi, I'm Chris. I'm from Los Angeles, California, USA. I'm originally from Michigan(USA).


  • At 11:04 AM, July 14, 2005 , Anonymous Saud stryker said...

    Hi i really like your movie of george of the jungle 2, i think you did it better than brendan fraiser, but i would like to see you in other movies too.
    man! you have talent, maybe you should work in a sci fi movie like starwars, if i pick an anakin or luke skywalker you should be my first actor to pick.
    maybe someday when i conker my dream o being a director.

    another thing that i like about you! is that youd like to have personal attention to your fans.
    i hope if you get more famous dont get so high that youll never give us this kind of attention.

    sincerely saudefh sauri
    big fan of yours.

  • At 11:53 PM, July 14, 2005 , Blogger Christopher Showerman said...

    Hey Saud Stryker!

    WELCOME!! Thanks for the vote! I hope you become a huge director making huge movies that I can be in! You have a great head start as you have excellent taste in actors! ;-) Looking forward to hearing more about your progress toward that. Remember: All Things are Possible!!

    All Things Possible!

  • At 12:45 AM, July 22, 2005 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I'm All Out Of Love after Kung Foo Fighting at Chi-Chi's.
    Figure that one out, George :)

  • At 5:53 AM, July 22, 2005 , Blogger Christopher Showerman said...

    Hmmm.... George Figuring. I use to host Karioke with this hilarious guy named Mike in Michigan. Am I at least in the right jungle here?

  • At 9:33 AM, July 22, 2005 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    well geOrge, i'm Not like i Can say i'm fEeling the lOve here. you're iN THe rIght jungle, but you have the wrong ape in mind and now that ape iS sImply cruShed and hurt. maybe you need to Look cArefully at the clues to fiND your answer.

  • At 9:38 AM, July 22, 2005 , Blogger Pae said...

    Toss'n a "Hey how u doing?" from Oregon. The weather here is gorgeous and hot, lot's of worship'n the sun goddess going on here. Just rented George of the Jungle 2 for my 7 year old daughter, Felicety, and after two days of it constantly play'n, I can honestly say you did a great job. But after two days of: "watch out for that tree" I have to say I am glad our video store only allows 5 day rentals. LOL, but seriously if you hadn't done a great job, my daughter might have watched 1/2 the movie then no more. Not slamm'n any other actors, but the first George only got a 1/2 movie review from her. Take care and have a wonderful summer. Oh and thank you so much for share'n your talent.

  • At 11:55 AM, July 22, 2005 , Blogger Christopher Showerman said...

    How Fun!! I love clues - I feel like this is a blogger version of the DaVincci Code. OK, Once On This Island - got it. Matt? Is that you again?

    And no, I haven't actually lost that lovin feelin - I just misplaced it!

    and PAE - What a wonderful note! Thank you so much for that! I'm so glad Felicety is enjoying the movie! I know how you feel, going a little crazy with me around the house all the time now! I drive my friends a little crazy here too!

    I'd love to invite You and Felicety to post some Oregon creativity up on the Fan Contribution page if you are so inspired!

  • At 1:44 PM, July 22, 2005 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Yeah, it's me again. Thanks for the compliment, but comparing my code with the Davinci Code is like comparing a lawn mower to the space shuttle.
    By the way, don't stop working with all those kids at the charity events - Dan still remembers you coming to his school to teach music; you're making a difference.
    - Matt


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