Monthly Archives: July 2015

I still think Evil Bert is funny

And I do not see how they didn’t see, he’s a puppet. you do not need to be pop culturally aware muppet

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TV Miniseries to Series: V and V (rebooted)

First, there was a tv miniseries – V – Nazi Aliens takeover the Earth and a few people figure out they are Reptiles. A Second miniseries has the human resistance use science to hybrid a bacteria and make the Visitors … Continue reading

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TV Review: Farscape

This Down Under scifi series stars An American Texas Astronaut wormholes into very kinky space. 4 Amazing seasons and a DVD movie wrap up some of the most amazing work by Jim Henson’s muppets and it was awesome to see … Continue reading

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TV Review: Weeds

Ruth from Fried Green playing Pot Dealing Suburban Widowed Mom. I enjoyed all the in Agrestic episodes, but once the town was burnt down… Jumping the Nuke or Nuking the Shark? I followed the Botwins to their attempt to get … Continue reading

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‘Post-nuclear’ excursion: A town forgotten in the woods

Originally posted on Letters From The Field:
An investigation report. In which is explored an abandoned military complex and presented a hardly known Cold War episode. Germany, spring of 2011 Concrete paths in the woods. Somewhere at a forest edge…

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Ireland’s Same Sex Marriage Referendum: The Losing Side responds.

Originally posted on Why Evolution Is True:
by Grania Spingies In May this year Ireland voted to extend marriage rights to same-sex couples. The results demonstrated that there is a bizarre disconnect in the Catholic Church. While Bishops and other…

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RIP: Rowdy Roddy Piper

Roddy Piper, most famed for being a WWF wrestler, passed away today (July 31, 2015). I really enjoyed his “They Live” movie on video rental back in the 1990s.       is anything as fun as B movies and … Continue reading

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Fantasy to SciFi: Magic.Technology.AlienAbility

Writing regular or period realistic writing is probably more challenging than getting to solve or resolve characters and plot lines with *POOF*  Magic.Tech.PsiAbility I think it’s really funny when “religions” object to stories with magic in them….

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TV Review: Caprica (BG reboot prequel series)

Caprica was a prequel series that explained a lot about the unexplained Cylon evolution. In most science fiction universes, there are many other sentient species. Curious that the Battlestar Galactica reboot had none, the original series did. Well, it was … Continue reading

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TV Review: Dead Like Me

  George Lass is a regular high school graduate and is resistance to be pushed into the adult world, her first day at a temp agency doesn’t go well either. She’s killed by a space toilet seat and launched into … Continue reading

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