Crack Stuntman (last name usually pronounced Stuntm'n) is the voice actor for Gunhaver on the Cheat Commandos. He apparently doesn't take his job too seriously, since he never seems to have a firm idea of how his character's name is correctly pronounced, and has incorrectly referred to the cartoon as "the Cheat Command-show" and "the cartoon man show". During the recording of The Next Epi-Snowed, Crack Stuntman was shown to be both uncooperative and bossy.
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A stuntman is a man or a woman who performs dangerous acts usually within the television or movie production industry. In this line of work the stuntman (or woman) is paid to do those actions that are deemed too dangerous for the regular actor to perform, these include jumping from a height, falling down, being in a car crash, or pretending to fight with weapons such as swords or knives. These stunts are usually presented as a small feature within a larger production.
Knives is the fourth studio album released by punk rock band Aiden. On January 15, 2009, it was announced that the band had begun recording their next album. It was recorded and produced by WiL at his own studio, Sleepy Hollow, in Seattle. The album is a return to Aiden's horror punk style, after the lighter style of the album Conviction.
Too many knives? I don't have that; and I'm not sure I ever could (in part because I am able to admit that I have enough). 115Italian and rover like this. enough knives is probably 1 fixed, 1 sak and 1 folder. Mayve even just 1 knife is enough based on who you ask. I'd imagine, too many is hard to quantify as well, because if you have 1 and 1 knife is enough, than 2 is too many for all standards and practices. Knife enthusiats ar enot standard nor do they practice sense in a general commonly way, thus the term "too many" must take on a different paradigm all its own, shedding itself of the false dichotomy of the NORMIE knife owners
According to Cruise, the stuntman was really nervous because he insisted on performing the stunt with a real knife.
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