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General SciFi entertainment update

I watched Caprica last night. It was very good. I have a soft spot for the desperate father/imperiled daughter dynamic. I think that’s one of the reasons I love Neal Stephenson’s “Diamond Age” so much. I first read it when … Continue reading

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BSG Update

Okay, I finally got to the watch the penultimate BSG. I thought it was a decent episode. Will those who go to the singularity get caught in the causal loop (isn’t that what Black Holes are for) and will they … Continue reading

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Gratification Delayed isn’t Gratification Denied

I didn’t get to watch Battlestar Galactica last night since my daughter came to me about 15 minutes into the program and wanted to share her thoughts on evolution and racism. Her observation was that animals are often hostile to … Continue reading

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Hope fracking Spring Eternal

I’m crossing my toes for an excellent Battlestar Galactica tonight. Oops, I get a cramp in my foot when I do that.

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Disappointment: Thy Name is Battlestar Galactica

The most recent three episodes of BSG have been disappointingly low in tension, revelation, mystery: DRAMA! I was wowed when Ellen was brought back on the pre-destruction Resurrection Ship. But since she returned to Galactia things have gotten bleh! (Grown … Continue reading

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