Archive for March, 2013

Pandemonium

Posted in Uncategorized on March 29, 2013 by Sara Hammerzmith

Hello everyone!

Excitingly enough, I’m NOT gonna rabble about Phineas and Ferb, because, I’m not even at home!

Nope, you heard it right. Without Paula even knowing about it, we planned our own little evil scheme with me telling her I couldn’t make to come to celebrate her birthday, but, as a surprise, I showed up anyway! Gladly, she was glad to see me.

It was actually quite some time since we, the four of us, Me, Martine and Paula got together and we have had soooo much to catch up on. We’ve got some rad days coming up here, so I’m gonna wrap this up early.

See yah!

//Sara

Unfair Science Fair

Posted in Uncategorized on March 27, 2013 by Sara Hammerzmith

For like the first time ever, I blog rather early in the day. I’m really just sitting and going through yet another episode to make sure it’s fine, and the pace is going FAST by now. In just a few moments I’ve managed to clear out two hours, so if I’m lucky, I’ll get all the time I need. Hopefully.

But you know, I’ve never studied as frequent as I have at the moment. Looking at the same episodes over and over again, and look at the same show the whole day, it does, and you never thought you’d hear me say this, bores me, and because of the frequency of the marathons that have been… Yeah. So instead of just staring at the TV, I read a book at the same time, making sure to keep the screen in the corner of my eye in case the screen goes black, and my ears open just to listen in case the sound disappears.

Reading my journalistic books truly inspires me to write. I’m not sure why, and it might be this sole reason that makes me blog this early, well, that and me being a bit bored with watching the show. I have a big plan on a report for Hårdrock.com, and I hope I can pull it off. I’ll plan it tomorrow with my partner in crime, my platypus, and then start doing all the email work that has to be done. We will also do the last Italy stuff tomorrow.

Oh well. I should return to “Unfair Science Fair” and my book. Tonight will be filled with marathon, packing (going away tomorrow!) and.. other stuff.

Doofenshmirtz just got his second black eye. He calls out to me! Doofyberg, I’m coooomiiiing!

Sorry.

// Sara

The Lizard Whisperer

Posted in Uncategorized on March 26, 2013 by Sara Hammerzmith

After changing my tactics about getting this done quickly, I’ve finally found one that should be decent. I’ll be looking at the episodes that I have recorded but are unlisted, and if they’re fine, I’ll just delete them right away. Finally I get it.

But really, these have been the most unproductive days ever. So while watching the episodes I’ll make sure to write some work-applications. Might be good to do so, you know, me quitting school and everything. Hope everything works out.

But okay. The only thing I need to worry about at the moment is the episodes. To make sure I get enough space for “Meapless”. If it airs. God how disappointed won’t I be if they don’t air it.

Okay. I have nothing interesting to write about ‘cept this… Italy is coming up, I guess that is interesting… Soon soon! Just a few weeks now. Whoop Whoop!

//Sara

Blackout!

Posted in Uncategorized on March 25, 2013 by Sara Hammerzmith

Wow. Now I drifted away again. Sorry.

Well, there’s been a Canderemy marathon this weekend. I caught some of the episodes I was still looking for, but as I try to look through all of my episodes before Wednesday to do a major clean up, I’m sort of fed up with Phineas&Ferb at the moment (Never thought you’d hear me say that, huh?)

Although I have a lot to do. I have to write to one job, apply for two jobs, do some schoolwork, prepare Phineas&Ferb, trying to pull the last string together for Italy and… clean. Yes. All of this I have to do before Wednesday. But they have an Animazing with Phineas&Ferb on Wednesday, so I guess I could use that as a reward for a job well-done. Ah well.

Sorry for boring you out. I really just wrote this to distract myself from screaming out in desperation. I don’t necessarily have to look at the screen to notice if the screen goes black or it loses its sound.

But then again. Currently going through “Blackout!”. And the screen is always black. Perhaps I should pay attention to this one.

// Sara

Today is Gonna Be a Great DAy

Posted in Uncategorized on March 20, 2013 by Sara Hammerzmith

Okay. So that about me trying to at least stock entries to upload didn’t work out very well. I should get started with that whenever I get some time over. Which I should any day now. And while thinking about it, I should really start studying a bit more, you know, pick up the pace.  And about that, I’m starting to stock up on non-archived Phineas episodes. I need to archive them before this weekend.

Yes. I haven’t blogged since last weekend, so well. As you know, it was a Gravity Falls marathon last weekend, which was… good. I mean, it’s the same episodes I’ve seen so many times now. We only have seven episodes in Sweden right now (Tourist Trapper, The Legend of the Gobble Wonker, The Hand That Rocks Mabel,  Headhunters, Dipper vs Manliness, Double Dipper, The Inconviniencing), or well, at least what I know off, and well.. making a two-day marathon out of those isn’t… all that exciting. Phineas&Ferb, despite having seen almost all episodes, it’s always a bit of roulette regarding what episodes that comes, you know? Even though you only base it on Season 3 for instance, it’s like, 20 episodes to choose from.

This weekend, it’s another Phineas&Ferb marathon. This time it will focus on Candace and Jeremy, much like it focused on Isabella and the Fireside Girls last time. This marathon is slightly shorter, but it will sure fill me up on some of the episodes I’m missing, like “Canderemy”, which is the only episode I’m absolutely positive they’ll show. If they don’t, I will seriously ask what’s wrong with them.

Once I got “Canderemy”, for a second time that is, the only episodes I lack from season three is “Meapless in Seattle” and “This is your backstory”. As far as I’m concerned, these episodes are so far unaired in Sweden, so I’m just (in)patiently waiting for them.

I also figured I’d go through all my recordings, once and for all, without speeding them. To check up on what episodes are incomplete or broken, or to make sure that I truly have all the episodes that I say I have. And preferably, I’d have this done before this weekend. But I tell you. It’s a hell lot of episodes. But I’ll manage.

I must.

I better start archiving. It’s not like I’m gonna start tomorrow if I’m not starting today.

//Sara

A Whole New World

Posted in Uncategorized on March 15, 2013 by Sara Hammerzmith

I haven’t been blogging for a few days. And that is really only because I got nothing to blog about. And I’m not certain if it’s really a good idea to blog if you have nothing to blog about. I mean, I must be the only one in this world who, at 2am sit and watch a two hour marathon of Phineas&Ferb. It was a good one though, I think it was only two episodes I previously had. So, good catch.

I started playing The Sims again. I know how stupid it sounds, but I tend to have it a bit in periods. Like, I play it every day for a while, and then I have a little break (a week or so).  But I never really know what to do. My golden family, Cullens, is bugged like I don’t know, so I can’t play on them, since I’ve loaned a friend one of my expansionpacks. And since Cullens is such a superfamily, I don’t have the patience to play on another one.

I wrote this shitlong entry now about what families I got in The Sims that I have at least a little patience with, but that did instead inspire me to write an entry alone about what The Sims families I got at the moment, that I have the patience to play on. But I’ll save that entry for a day when I don’t know what to write about. I think I’ll start do that. Whenever I feel inspired, I’ll just write an entry and save it, as long as it’s ageless.

Okay. The marathon is done now, sadly, it ended earlier than I had hoped it would, I wished they’d have had “Busted (At Last!)” included as well, but I guess Animazing just KEEP geting shorter. Went from three hourse to two, and now to one and a half. Goddamn it Disney, I rather watch Scaredy Squirrel for three hourse than your sitcoms. Some of them are good, but Lab Rats and Kickin It ARE NOT. I’m just bitter because I was so close to scratch of season one.

And now I’m rambling about nonsense. I’ll just clean my DVD.

Good Night

// Sara

Don’t Look Down

Posted in Uncategorized on March 13, 2013 by Sara Hammerzmith

So well. Since I don’t really do anything special this week, I figured I’d do a bit of hunting for some Phineas episodes, you know, as I got the time. Today was the first day where I really “engaged” in it, and I’m finally, at this late hour, sitting down to check what episodes I caught.

I’m still only on the first recording, but my eyes are big and my heart is warm as I realized that my first catch is not only episodes I was hunting, but one of them was also one of my absolute favorites.

Which one?

No, not The Chronicles of Meap. But “Phineas & Ferb and the Temple of Juatchadoon“.

Seriously. The first time I saw this episode was when we were watching a “Where’s Perry” marathon (a marathon that was before it) and I started to record just to see how much time we had left, and then I realized it was a new episode I hadn’t seen, which was the Temple of Juatchadoon.

Juatchadoon is an episode inspired by Indiana Jones, where you follow Ohio Flynn and Rhode-Island Fletcher in their hunt for the Juatchadoon-amulet. It’s an alternate universe, if you like. I don’t want to spoil too much of the episode, but if you like Indiana Jones I think you could probably enjoy this episode. I certainly do. But then again, I love the alternate universe episodes. And the song “Don’t Look Down” is, despite it being short, one of my favorite Phineas&Ferb songs. Seriously.

Source; phineasandferb.wikia.com

I do wonder what the hell happened in the Swedish translation though. All of a sudden “Perry The Platypus Theme” got new lyrics. Haha, what the hell.

Oh well. I’m about to scratch “Agent Doof” and “Temple of Juatchadoon” off my list and keep looking for other episodes before going to bed.

Good night everybody!

EDIT: Okay, so now I’m done with all these recordings, a bit slowly as I read in my schoolbook at the same time, but I can proudly tell you that I also caught two of my other beloved episodes, “The Beak” and “It’s About Time”. Both of them pretty hard to get, but now I can scratch them off too. So. Four episodes in one day huh? This is promising.

//Sara
“Lots of snakes and spiders, wish this tunnel was wider, wish we had a guide here, but don’t look down