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- makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
- The composition or constitution of something
- constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
- Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
- constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
- The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
- (game) bet on: place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"
- A single portion of play forming a scoring unit in a match, esp. in tennis
- (game) crippled: disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"
- A complete episode or period of play, typically ending in a definite result
- A form of play or sport, esp. a competitive one played according to rules and decided by skill, strength, or luck
- (game) a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"
- A member of a Germanic people that invaded the Roman Empire from the east between the 3rd and 5th centuries. The eastern division, the Ostrogoths, founded a kingdom in Italy, while the Visigoths went on to found one in Spain
- (gothic) characteristic of the style of type commonly used for printing German
- A style of rock music derived from punk, typically with apocalyptic or mystical lyrics
- peasant: a crude uncouth ill-bred person lacking culture or refinement
- one of the Teutonic people who invaded the Roman Empire in the 3rd to 5th centuries
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PAUL McGANN IV
Paul McGann famously hates having his photograph taken. Loathes and detests it. So, when at 11pm on a wet and windy evening after Paul had literally just jumped off a plane from Paris, not having slept for 30 hours, I was expecting trouble. To my surprise, he was a real trouper and without complaint traveled to a couple of locations around town to get a good film noir shot. He even chatted about Alien 3 and starring in the Doctor Who TV movie whilst trying desperately not to fall asleep in the back of the car. During the photo session on a Bristol bridge in Montpelier, we were accosted by a bunch of beered-up chavs. 'Ere, you famous or summet?!' they challenged aggressively.' 'No,' her replied quite calmly. 'We're students. It's a project.' And off they trotted.
Here is the original interview by Pat O'Brien that appeared in Naked - Magazine of the Weird and Wonderful:
McGANN THE MAN
Paul McGann steps into the Hobgoblin pub in Bath, looks around with bemused interest, and murmurs, "What a weird place…" The Liverpool-born actor has travelled the world from Krakow to Kathmandu, and has played roles that required him to inhabit the personae of everyone from a monocled mutineer to a famous timelord. Make no mistake, this is a guy who’s seen a lot. But he still can’t quite get his head around the concept of a goth-themed pub…
Hunched conspiratorially over a glass of red wine, McGann starts talking. The ensuing conversation is eclectic to say the least. He talks about some of his favourite writers - guys like WG Sebald and Jean Amery who we’re ashamed to admit we haven’t read. He talks about silent movie goddess Louise Brooks. He talks about the fact that you can have a really good time in Poland...
In person, McGann is open, articulate and hugely enthusiastic. An appealing mixture of fey bohemian and streetwise scouser, his slow-burning charisma and housewife corrupting good looks make you wonder why he isn’t as famous as Brad Pitt. On the other hand, you also can’t help but suspect that McGann’s best work may well be ahead of him. One moment neatly sums up our Hobgoblin conversation. McGann has been talking about the love-hate relationship of maverick director Werner Herzog and lunatic actor Klaus Kinski, when he suddenly remembers that he has actually met the great Herzog, at a film event in Germany. "And you’ll never guess who else was there!" he almost shouts with excitement. "Only Karl-Heinz fuckin’ Stockhausen!" I mean, could you imagine Brad Pitt coming out with something like that? Nope, thought not...
The world’s greatest music festival -
"We had a good time. There were one or two complaints from veterans who think it’s become a bit too safe. They really went to town on the security, it was like trying to get into a top football match. You couldn’t get near it without a ticket, the checks were stringent. Once you were inside it was nice, very mellow this year - not the usual mayhem. But not everybody liked it. One hippy said to me, ‘It’s like fucking Glyndebourne, man’. But it was good for us because we took the kids, who’re 12 and 14. Had it been the scally-fest that it can be, there might have been concern, but it was a bit of a picnic."
The nation most likely to -
"I went with the photographer Maria Mochnacz who was in the last edition of Naked. Maria was interested in finding out about where her family comes from. We ended up basing ourselves in Krakow for two days, and I loved it. I love the atmosphere. It struck me as being the real Europe, perhaps the Europe that was recognisable 50 or 60 years ago - a bit slower, a bit more rough and ready. Living in Northern Europe now you could easily mistake it for North America, so it was lovely. I found the people engaging, friendly and clever. Mind you, Krakow is apparently the hip and happening place to be.
I was surprised as well how the younger people we spoke to knew Bristol, or about Bristol. There’s already some sort of loose cultural exchange. Galleries, photographic exhibitions, swapping music ventures - yeah, watch this space, Krakow’s two hours away.
It’s 24 hours as well, it’s one of those places, but not in that mad, nuts way. Once you get out of England and there’s no drinking license so no-one’s chasing the ale, it’s great to be in places where you can just talk ‘til two in the morning in some lovely candlelit place and it’s a laugh, you know? I think it’s more lrish than anything, but maybe that’s just my peculiar way of looking at it. Interestingly, I read the other day that abortion’s illegal, so it’s got parallels with Ireland five or ten years ago, and it’s got the same problems. They’re desperately trying to be secular but they can’t throw off the Catholicism. But we’ll see…"
JEAN AMERY & WG SEBALD:
Two writers you should know about -
"I’ve always liked to read, I come from a family of readers. Jean Amery was someone I’d not come
Day thirty-six<3 - had the crazy-est dream (more like nightmare) last night even more shocking that I remember. - a crazy ass baby was running around trying to kill everyone, and the cops wouldn't do anything. I ended up catching the baby. And then one night in the shower it came for me. Right as this was happening my mom came and woke me up. I may never know what happened. - so now I was awake. - texted Austin because he wanted to come over. - decided to take a shower an get ready for Mary to come over<3 - got out of the shower - got dressed, - dried my hair. - make up. - straightness of the hair. - got ready for Mary love to get here. - cleaned up my room a little. - made my bed. - watched some cheer videos on my tv. - drank some green peace tea<3 - started to make some noddles and Mary showed up:) - talked with her mommy for a little. - mary's mom left:( - but mary's here we started talking about the last time she has been here. It's been forever. Too long:( - finished eating my noddles. - my mommy got back from the store. - talked about mary's science fair. She made states! Woop Woop go Mary! - went into tally's room. - started talking about the most random things. - we showed Mary Charlie is so cool like<3 ughh mr. England we all adore you and you cute adorable-ness. - then Mary then showed us Sam Tsui. Wow now he is just MR. WONDERFUL! He even tried out for GLEE! He is such an amazing singer. - Patrick stump, I love your song! - grandmother(Nana , Franma! ) Arrived. - watched some more videos. - went out with everyone. - talked more about random things. - Mary and I drank vanilla coke it was the first time she had ever had it. - ate dinner, mom really you could have done better then that I think it was the worst dinner you have ever cooked. - showed Mary and tally columbus high schools cheer comp. - tried to pick out a movie to watch tonight but it didn't end up working. - nana was leaving so went to go say bye to her. - me and Mary had our living sister hug in the middle of my kitchen explaining our un dividing love for each other haha. We are cute like that. - went back into my room and started working on our three six five picture. - STOP STEREOTYPES! • I'm blonde so I must be stupid. • I'm not like everyone else so I must be a loser. • I'm thin so I must be anorexic. • I'm Irish so I must have a drinking problem. • I wear black so I must be goth or emo. • I'm a jock so I must be stupid. • I support gay rights, so must also be gay. • I'm young so I must be naive. • I'm a cheerleader so I must be a whore. • I'm preppy so I must be white. • I must be a snob because I am rich. • I dress in unusual ways so I'm an attention whore. • I'm Asian so I must be smart. • I must be a slut because I only hang out with guys. • I'm pretty so I must be a bitch. • I have straight A's so I must have no social life. • I'm a female gamer so I must be ugly or crazy. • I have big boobs so I must be easy. • I'm a guy so must only be interested in your body. - finally finished our picture, got the idea from someone on flickr. - mary and I took a few photos. - started writing my 365. - can't wait to see how the rest of my night goes. - I love Mary and I miss her so much<33333 * Picture: STOP STEREOTYPING! Enough said!
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