Monday, July 04, 2005

A visit from my little sister, Kat Fisto

Sorry I haven't updated in a few days, but the council had me checking out the progress of the Outer Rim sieges. It nearly impossible to secure a commlink out there, so as you can imagine, its even its even harder to find a cantina with broadband access.

On the way home I got a transmission from my parents, they are going on thier annual vacation to visit our cousins on yavin 2, and they have asked me to babysit my younger sister while they are gone. But unfortunately a Jedi's work is never done and I wont be able to spend much time with her during her visit, and I dont want her to be bored just sitting in my quarters watching Master Windu's Gilmore Girls dvds. Is there anyone who might be able to help me out by showing my sister some of the sites and sounds of our fine planet? It would help me out immensely if you could. She is really very interested in sports, and she is the star of her high school baseball team as well as being an absolute joy to converse with.

Here is a pic of her from her high school yearbook

Oh and I would prefer her to be escorted by honourable fellows, not scoundrels or scruffy looking nerf herders (I'm looking at you Han)

Kit Fisto

Monday, June 27, 2005

Kit Fisto - Child Star

Apparently some younger undisciplined padawans have been spreading a rumour about my early years, I have heard whispers about me supposedly being the guy who played Paul on the wonder years.

This could not be further from the truth.

For starters, Paul doesn't have any tentacles growing from his head, he is clearly human, and he is no way near as proficient as I am with the force.

Sometimes I think padawans are just out to hurt my feelings. After consulting to council on the matter, I have been advised to come forward and admit to my past. I was a child actor, but I never portrayed a human. My most memorable role was in the documentary 'Men in Black', which was made as an educational film to give important tips to interplanetary tourists, such as why it is important to always carry a passport, why you should get your immunisation shots taken care of before you travel and why not to upset any inhabitants of planet MIB

Here is a shot of me shot of a young me in my scene showing why you should never drink the local tap water. ( I have chosen not to show the later shot where I unfortunately vomit on Agent J from planet MIB)

Kit Fisto

Sunday, June 26, 2005

Is it just me, or does this shirt make me look a little green?

I dunno, maybe it's just me, but no-one seems to have any respect for a (semi)aquatic life form anymore. Why is it that when a clone trooper sees you have tentacles growing out of your head they always feel the urge to yell out 'Hey Octopus head!' when you are out on the street? And the thing is I can never tell which clone it is who is insulting me, because they all look the same.
You think Twi'lek have a hard time with only 2 cranial appendages, then try having over a dozen!
But it's not all bad, occasionally I get stopped in the temple by a young padawan who asks me to get an autograph for them from my cousin, Abe Sapien (from the movie Hellboy)

Anywho, must dash, apparently there is a disco organised tonight, but no one will tell me where it is.

Its not easy being green

Kit Fisto