Tagged: scifi

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Doctor Who? Bad Wolf? Columbia Heights?!

On my way out to try the Candy Corn Martini, I noticed the following spray painted on the escalator maintenance shelter at Columbia Heights. BAD WOLF. I’m not sure if this means the universe is still in danger, or that...

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in DC: Awesome Con!

Awesome Con was this past weekend in DC and I still feel a little worn out from it! When I last went two years ago, it was much smaller, just confined to a few rooms in the Convention Center–it was...

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tv: here comes tomorrow…

As a huge fan of The Tomorrow People1 I really want to be excited about this, but it’s on The CW… Looks like it could be cool, but it also looks pretty white, and for a show on that network...

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I need a towel… and a cigarette!

I believe that I am quite ready for multiple nerdgasms now. After watching “The Stolen Earth” last night, which I plan to watch again this morning … and probably again after that, I saw that Blizzard announced Diablo III just...

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Gives Me Geeky Goose Pimples

It’s no surprise that I’m a geek. I mean really no surprise. And I love me some old-school sci-fi. I have yet to grab the “re-mastered” original series Star Trek yet, which Jack tells me is fantastic. Region 2 be...

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No more garlic hummus before bed

I had a very odd dream last night. I was in a church, attending a wedding. People were kinda familiar, kinda not, in that typical dream fashion, but the groom seemed very familiar and I was seated on his side,...

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my brain’s broken

I can no longer watch Are You Being Served? without seeing Mr. Lucas as Colonel Masters from "Secret Weapon".

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uh.. wow

Just finished “Army of Ghosts” and about to start “Doomsday” — wow.

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whoa!

Wow.. much love to Lennier and all, but Bill Mumy was a WEIRD lookin’ kid, damn!

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The best things in life…

Some recent observations… Best things about dating are the little things. I mentioned that my usual flower seller wasn’t out on the block like usual, likely due to the heat. So he comes out of the metro station, with Stargazer...

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Real City

More short speculative fiction, today’s is Real City by Carrie Vaughn. It takes a look at a future where everyone’s wired into datalinks, you can know more raw information about someone in the few seconds it takes to cross the...