Monthly Archives: May 2011

Alien Trailer 2: The Absurdening

While I think we can all agree that this trailer is more exciting that the other one, it is also a good deal more absurd. That said, it’s more fun to watch. It only took me a couple hours to … Continue reading

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Alien Trailer

After posting the clip of our old version of Alien, I decided to put together a trailer for the film. This is the “suspenseful” version. I’ve got a more action packed one in the works, too. Please enjoy, and I’ll … Continue reading

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The Quotable Abigail, Part XIII

On Daddy trying to get her to call the box her Madeline doll came in a stasis chamber: “But stasis changers have wings.” On being disappointed by your heroes: “Peter Cottontail went poop on the furniture.” On Picnics, Paddywacks: “This … Continue reading

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Reading Shades of Milk and Honey

I loved this book. Take that either as a disclaimer or a standalone review. Shades of Milk and Honey, by Mary Robinette Kowal is something unexpected. In a genre dominated by adventure, action and science, it’s refreshing to read a … Continue reading

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Reading The Native Star

Before I dive into this review, let me first reference a growing trend in science fiction, incidental zombies. This is particularly popular in the historical variety of science fiction novel. These are zombies that are part of the novel, but … Continue reading

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Reading All Clear

Let me start off by saying that All Clear isn’t bad. Or rather, these two books aren’t bad. You might want to start with my review of Blackout, if you haven’t already. The books are interesting, engaging page turners. You … Continue reading

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Useful Graphs

We’ve had a bit of a snail problem lately. To illustrate the extent of the problem, I thought I’d employ the magic of graphs. It always helps to get a visual representation of the data. This first chart shows the … Continue reading

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