The cats have learned that when Dr. Mrs. Hatrack goes to bed they get treats but they tend to extend that idea to include every time somebody goes down the hallway. Tonight it was WinnieTheWoot’s turn to be followed by the furry entourage.
Yeah, I know. Clunky headline—give me better ideas below. In the meantime, welcome to Season Four, Episode 17, and **I’m actually home to watch it!**
No, you haven’t wandered into Westeros. The headline refers to Komodo dragons. Researchers have tested a synthetic compound based on a molecule found in Komodo dragon blood that apparently kills bacteria which helps in healing wounds.
Imagine you are a copper nicking sheep thieves but chummy denies he is guilty. Earmarks look as if they might have been tampered with, but is that a sure thing? After all your only witnesses are pregnant fluffy bundles of fun that taste great with mint sauce. What are you going to do?
It may have been hard to run from dinosaurs in high heel, just imagine what Bryce Dallas Howard would have gone through if the T-Rex would have been able to do some real cool jumps and flips and shit.......
Several guys decided to answer a question:
Syfy released a new season 3 trailer via EW yesterday. You can see it below, along with lots of screen caps and speculation as to what is going on.
Growing up with real life countdowns at Canaveral and the elaborate executions that got any of the Supermarination ships into the air, sci-fi take off sequences are hardwired into my head. Though it always bothered me that if Zero-X needed those lifting bodies at the start of a mission, why didn’t it require them for…
So... where to start? Without giving away anything?
The fact that a civilised species arose so early in the history of the universe means there’s a 92% chance that another civilised species will arise somewhere in the observable universe before planets stop forming altogether.
As the only person I know who listens to DVD commentaries, I was really tickled by the DVD commentary fiction, “Special Features”, included in the anthology Fifth Doctor Doctor Who audio play, The Demons of the Red Lodge and Other Stories. The other stories included in the collection aren’t bad.
It’s been no big secret that Marvel has been trying to push forward the Inhumans as a big property in their comics. Between the Inhumanity event a few years ago and the big Inhumans vs X-Men crossover that just ended, Marvel has tried to make the Inhumans on par with the Avengers and the X-Men. It...hasn’t quite…
I really need to stop geeking out on strangers. A guy next to me in the bar has a tattoo of a person in a gas mask. I asked “Are you my mommy?” He didn’t get it and now I look deranged....
Today Stargate SG-1 decides to go Cider drinking in the Westcountry and then join in the burning of witches.
How’s it going everybody? I’m on the last two days of vacation from work, I had grand plans of getting things done. I have failed in those plans. I did finally make some head way on my to watch list, so there is some measurable progress I guess.
It seems there may still be sparks to be stoked in the embers of the Coal Hill Gang. Despite talk to the contary (and I did a fair share of that) there may still be some fire to be rekindled in Doctor Who’s YA spin-off Class.
I wouldn’t recommend seeing Nineteen Eighty-Four, Michael Radford’s 1984 adaptation of George Orwell’s book, without having read the book. It’s more like a series of moving illustrations for the book than an adaptation and would have benefited from some more creativity in general. But the film does feature great…
I suppose by now everybody and their dog has seen the video of a professor on live broadcast trying to stop his kids from messing his very serious comment.
to promote its agenda world-wide as a part of its hybrid war on everybody.