THE GLOWY SCREEN OF DISTRACTION Last week I had the most wretched of colds. Due to the Imuran and immunosuppression I’m usually the illness bellwether for our household, but this time, I was the only one to get and stay sick. A was fine. The pup was fine. Even E gave me open-mouth kisses, snuffled … More Seems Legit
ON THE TUBE Reading Twitter and Facebook and The News is depressing with all the Trump BS, so naturally I’m checking all of that several times a day. I will be the best informed masochist in this country, damn it. Since moving to our new steel-encased apartment, our TV options are limited. We lost all our … More (Momentarily) Out of the Slump
Spock’s death happened back in 1982 (or rather, 2285?) in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. As a kid, I didn’t see the movie till the late 80s — early 90s, so I knew he wasn’t really dead. The subsequent films had since been released, and I’d also learned the flexible nature of death where Hollywood/popular culture … More The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. Or one.
I guess it COULD just be the Patrick Stewart/Sean Connery syndrome. Originally seen here first: Patrick Stewart’s Recent Speech Confirms I Want to Be Patrick Stewart When I Grow Up
With thanks to my friend Jeff for the link: A Thing You Probably Didn’t Notice: Riker Sits Down Like A Crazy Person Does everyone on the Enterprise do this? Have I been blocking it out forever?
Seeing all the new Star Trekking Into Darkness hoopla made me want to catch up with my old trek. I’ve seen 1-4, 6, but never good ol’ reviled number 5. Well, let me tell you something. Watching Star Trek V for the first time after having seen all the rest is so. Damn. Depressing. Three-boobed … More He’s your brother-brother? NEEEEIGH.