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Lucy and Buffy

Written by Kerry

July 28th, 2007 at 1:43 pm

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  1. My Name is Alhaji Mudathir Bamba I like your style of play and am praying for u every day and plesae I have a juvenile and Division 3 football club in Ejura in Ashanti region of Ghana by the name Bamba FC. I also wanted to rename my football club as C Ronaldo FC, Please I also wanted to open your fun club here in Ghana. plesae I would be very happy if u send us set of jersey with your name. thank yout. this my adres blow. P.O.Box. 155. Ejura_Ashanti Ghana Tel.00233244131099 email me on Alhajibamba@gmail.

    Mostafa

    7 Dec 14 at 11:16 pm

  2. As I mentioned, Phases was the first eposide I ever watched. But my next experience with the series was watching the videotapes. I didn’t have cable or even an antenna at the time, so the VCR was the only way to watch it. (Yes, Buffy the Vampire Slayer predates the use of DVDs to sell television series. Introduced commercially for films in 1997, the sale of the entire X-Files series in 2000 popularized the format for television sales, as the storage capacity matters far more with a series that runs dozens of hours than with a film. I’ve heard that seasons 3 and 4 were both top 10 sellers in 2003.) Many fans had a similar experience, watching the series in a nonlinear order. The reruns actually drew better ratings than the initial broadcast of the same eposides early on, as fans tried to catch up. DVDs and tapes had the same effect. You would watch the season being aired while watching a prior season, which fostered a more active reading position. Everything you saw could be foreshadowing. (The writers used the official discussion board to monitor fan reactions as well. This early use of the medium that often made it seem like Mutant Enemy could read the viewers’ minds further fostered active viewing.) This Rewatch Project replicates just one way people watched the series.

    Enock

    12 Mar 15 at 8:37 pm

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