Woo-hoo! I'm the King of the Shack!

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Before you think I went totally coo-koo and need to see a doc, I just checked the statistics page for the Titanic topic and realized that in the course of time I made 613 postings! More than 10% of the total. Of course, most of them came from box office stuff, domestic or int'l and articles from the net. And my comments were for sure not even half as interesting as those coming from "experts." But what the heck, "I'm a young king but I'm the king," ha-ha... At least I feel young... And I hereby appoint Peter as General Governor of Shackland, Gilded as Vice-roy of North Atlantic, Kip as Commander-in-Chief, Thomas as Press Secretary, BobG as Spiritual Leader etc...Don't worry, I've got positions for all of you, ha-ha! Dalton will the Devil's Advocate and Supreme Lawyer to challenge the beliefs and the establishment. George will be Chief Adviser on morals and propriety and so on... Any particular jobs you might want? They're all up for grabs right now :-)

-- Dan Draghici (ddraghic@sprint.ca), September 16, 1998


What is my job? I want a good one!

-- Misty Chacon (HiRver@concentric.net), September 16, 1998.

Dan, it would be an honor to accept this position (even if I haven't the first clue as to what it is...hahaha). Thank you. :)

-- Gilded Age Junkie (GildedAgeJunkie@yahoo.com), September 16, 1998.

To Misty, Emma, Allison and other Shack "jobless:" Any position you want up to half of the kingdom. Be quick though, there aren't many halves in a unit =)

-- Dan Draghici (ddraghic@sprint.ca), September 16, 1998.

Oooh goody, what's my job?

-- Emma (dilemma76@hotmail.com), September 16, 1998.

I think the most appropriate job for me would be court jester, but I don't really want that.

I guess if George is the Chief advisor on propriety, I can be the chief advisor on impropriety. Mine is a legislative position, seeing as how I have already written my own version of the Rules of (im)propriety. =)

-- Misty Chacon (HiRver@concentric.net), September 16, 1998.

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