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Sunday, 01 November 2009

It's that time of year again:

Event: A Klingon Christmas Carol
"Twelve Nights of Klingon Christmas - 2009"
What: Performance
Start Time: Friday, November 27 at 8:00pm
Where: Mixed Blood Theatre

Box office info:

This is a fundraiser for Commedia Beauregard, a theater group whose “mission is to translate the universal human experience to the stage: to expand our horizons and share knowledge of all cultures, translating between languages and between arts to create theater that is beautiful in expression.”

Please consider attending. The lines of the play will be delivered in the Klingon language (through the cooperation of the Klingon Language Association), with supertitles in Earth Standard (English) and with the help of a Vulcan narrator, who will also be speaking Earth Standard.

SQuj’a has a problem, but he can’t rescue himself. He is a Klingon and a coward. All of his life he has hidden behind his excuses, and fakery, as well as his service to the Empire as a businessman of means who helps “keep the empire running”. But there is more to life than just getting by, and SQuj’a has not yet lived as a Klingon. Time is running out, SQuja’s grows older, and soon he will die. If he dies still not a true Klingon, he will not be allowed to enter Stov-o-kor. His life will be wasted, and he will never be reunited with his beloved Bel, who now flies with the Black Fleet, an honor for her bravery and courage. Watch as Marl’I and the ghosts of Khaless past, present and future work to spark the pounding of a Klingon war drum in SQuj’a’s shriveled heart.

Whether you are a fan of Star Trek, or A Christmas Carol, or both…you will have a great time, viewing the great Christmas Classic “A Christmas Carol” in its original Klingon.

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Friday, 30 January 2009

From now on, my blog will be just made up of doofy videos that Rocky makes me watch...


Star Wars: Retold (by someone who hasn't seen it) from Joe Nicolosi on Vimeo.

...well, until the republicans do something that bothers me.  :-)

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Thursday, 04 December 2008

Samantha:  "Tense?  Me?  I'm not tense.  Am I?  When did you first notice?"

Jack:        "As. We. Met."

        - Carter and O'Neill, "Ascension" Stargate, SG-1


I have the Best. Students. Ever.  Tonight I got a Christmas present from one of my Kung fu families (the dad and two kids take the classes).

They gave me a gift card for a massage.

Like I said:  Best. Students. Ever.

UPDATE:  My, Christmas DID come early this year.  Pcomeau gave me a link to this Rodney video, which is Frickin'  PERFECT:




Random thought:  Putting Daniel, who is cutest when he is annoyed and uncomfortable together in an episode with Rodney, who is cutest when he is being annoying and discomforting was the most genius Atlantis-related idea ever.

Random Thought 2:  Is is bad that I also think that my husband is cutest when annoyed and uncomfortable?




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Tuesday, 25 November 2008

So I was over a Pharyngula reading a very entertaining piece that handed Deepak Chopra, the rap master of woo, his butt.  (again)

I was reading the comments and enjoying the science-nerd pile-on when suddenly THIS lept out at me:

"Hmmm... Now I know where the really bad, sciency sounding dialog for the character Mohindar Suresh in Heroes comes from."

Dan misses some very important points in this comment:


1) Mohinder Suresh is smokin' hot (see exhibit "A"), and Deepak Chopra is NOT (see exhibit "B").


2)  Mohinder Suresh is a fictional character in a story that specifically suspends the laws of science so that the world can work very differently than it actually does...and to that end there is a need to supply enough technobabble to drum you into a state we call "suspension of disbelief"...whereas Deepak Copra is a real person that is creating a story that specifically suspends the laws of science so that the world can work very differently than it actually does, and to that end there is a need to supply enough technobabble to drum you into a state we call "suspension of disbelief". This will cause you to pay lots of money for him to tell you his pretty pretty story about how you can live forever and be healthy the whole time.

3)Until recently, Mohinder Suresh was a character of unfailing moral fortitude selflessly working to redeem his father's life-work, discover the truth, and benefit all of humanity...and Deepak Chopra writes lots and lots of stuff about what he thinks science doesn't know, and provides PZ Myers with many, many opportunities to point out that just because Mr. Chopra doesn't know how something happens, that doesn't mean that SCIENCE doesn't know how it happens.


4)  Mohinder Suresh's use of eyeliner is organic, subtle, and alluring.  Deepak Chopra's use of eyeliner is heavy, harsh and scary.


5) So, in summation:  LEAVE MOHINDER ALONE!  Thank you, and I rest my case.


Exhibit "A":

(Image from here)

Exhibit "B":

(image from this site)

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Monday, 24 November 2008

Hah!  In yer face Ronin!  You flat, featurless, thoughtless lump of of lumpy manliness!  Now, if you want an Earth girl, go out and get a personality.



'cause Rodney schooled you!



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Saturday, 22 November 2008

OK, I'll concede that John Shepard is esthetic enough...



But sexy? Nah... McKay has some off-putting features, but he's much MUCH more interesting. His flaws have become endearing. I realize, that I havn't always felt that way. On his own, I'd say he's got potential...But...slashed with Shepherd?? Pleese. 


But then there's Carson:  Rowr.  He wins my sexy award for the Atlantis male cast.  Too bad he's more-or-less dead.



And then there's "the kiss"...seems I'll have to wait in line...



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Friday, 21 November 2008

I think the Ori have slipped one of their Priors undercover as a Democrat in the Oklahoma government...


Here's what she's up to...

But to be fair, that is probably a really bad picture, and she has now claimed that she was just woolgathering when she made the comments. And there's no evidence I can find of her preaching Origin...

[Update:  She says it was a joke.]

(Hat Tip: Erudite Redneck)

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Wednesday, 03 September 2008

 Rocky and I were at Dragon Con, rooming with our friends, Gary and Isa and a delightful German journalist named Robert.

I hadn’t mentioned it the first time I posted after we got home from Con.

So it didn’t make sense to some of you when I began hysterically babbeling about how great it was to briefly meet Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudik and spend the whole time talking about how great other people were instead of about how great THEY were.


So I met, shook hands with, and talked to two REALLY adorable men who play characters that, to put it mildly, totally float my boat.  So to speak.

So then I have a little bit of time, so I rush off to the blood drive to give blood.

They take my pulse:  60BPM

They take my blood pressure:  111/60 (up from 103/50 last time)

After walking a block and climbing a flight of stairs, and shaking hands with two of the cutest guys on the planet (in my humble opinion).

They stick me with a needle, and start my blood filling up the little pint bag…and I kid you not…I apparently didn’t have enough of a pulse rate or blood pressure to fill a pint bag even half-way before it started clotting, and they pulled my needle and sent me on my way…

…a failed blood donor.  Again. I got a packet of cookies, a bottle of water, and a free tee-shirt...oh yeah, and a huge purple bruise that's about five inches across.  To add insult to injury...after repeated wigglings and twiddlings of the needle from the nurse, blood began running out of my skin NEXT to the needle.   So - Epic fail in the blood donation front.

Sorry Nathan and Alan…it’s not you…it’s me.  I’m told this happens to lots of people from time-to-time. 

But I would have thought that if anything could have raised my pulse rate enough to successfully donate blood, it would be a close encounter with Captin’ tightpants and his soulful baby-brown eyes.

Obviously, I need not even TRY to donate blood until I’m at a Con where I can meet Michael Shanks or John Barrowman…

I’d be willing to try.  So I could give blood, of course.  Anything to help humanity.

And another service to humanity:  Here's the You-Tube video of their panel at DragonCon:


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Tuesday, 02 September 2008

Funny thing from DragonCon:

Isa showed up at the Bad Astronomer's panel, and I was happy to see her.


Me:  "How's your day been?  Been to any other science panels?"

Isa:  "I wanted to go to '96% of the Universe is missing?'  But I couldn't find it."


I literally laughed out loud.  Then, Isa got it and the guy sitting next to me got it and we were all three laughing like freaks.

This video reminds me of that.


(Hat Tip:  Pharyngula)

Sorry about the bad rap.  David Hewlett will apologize for me.  He's better at it.



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Monday, 28 July 2008

Can I be Sam and Vala when I grow up?





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Friday, 25 July 2008

PZ Myers has a link to this article about Harry Potter and an accompanying rise in the popularity of "Witchcraft".


I read it, but its kind of long.  There's a lot of hyperventilating about the popularity of fantasy in the current culture, some self-righteous pontificating....but the really significant quotes are as follows:


"In these standby novels, girls fret over friends, popularity, sports, parents, boyfriends, jobs and homework—or a neighborhood "mystery." But in this new darker world, girls don’t simply ask a friend’s advice, hang out at the soda shop or give the team their best effort. That would be too boring and too passive. Today’s girl takes charge, even in the heavenlies—these young priestesses cast spells. The paperbacks are laced with actual spells and rituals suited to many teen occasions. They are also packed with sexual innuendo and activity;"


uh huh...'cause hanging out at the soda shop had nothing to do with sexual innuendo and activity...and "boring and passive" girls never get into trouble.  Seriously?  You want your little girls to be boring, passive door-mats who know nothing about sex and hang out at the soda shop? (I think they actually hang out at coffee shops nowdays)  Jesus people, you might as well tattoo targets on their vaginas.


"It’s a seductive method of manipulating human envy by ensnaring naïve youth: if you’re a misfit, it’s not because you are lacking something; it’s because you are "above" the rest in a unique way."


Yeah...the other kids didn't pick you up and stuff you in the trunk of your car because you're an asthmatic shrimp with a 135 IQ, and they're a bunch of muscle-head jocks whose daddies told them they had to live it up 'cause these are the best years of their lives when they get to rule the school and have no consequences for their actions, and they know they'll have to spend the rest of their lives answering to people who are smarter and more educated than them.  They did it because YOU are lacking something.


But my favorite is this one:

"As adolescents peak in self–absorption, our panacea is to hand our offspring the sorcerer’s wand to wave away all troubles. They can use it to raise that already inflated self–esteem."


Obviously, this lady hasn't read the books she's condemning.  At no point does Harry simply "wave his magic wand" and have his troubles disappear.  Harry is initially protected by the loving efforts of his parents to shield him from danger, and prepare for his future.  Later, he learns to draw on the wisdom and advice of his teachers, and ask for help when he gets in over his head.  His loyalty to his friends and their resulting loyalty to him helps him through situations he could never have survived on his own.

In the end, he has to put his life on the line and risk everything...and it has nothing to do with his powerful magic.  It has to do with giving back to all of the people who stood by him what was given to him.  Giving love freely, and being willing to risk everything for the good.

Magic has nothing to do with Harry's final triumph.  It is achieved through love, trust, and courage.  The whole point of the ending is that he doesn't even raise his wand in order to win.

Geeze lady.


And, of course, no hyperventilating, hysterical scrawling are complete without the faint-hearted whining about D&D:

"Too numerous to mention are sites specific to role–playing games like Dungeons and Dragons and toys, CDs, DVDs and video games with occult themes."



But how oh how do we stop it?

"Today we are urging parents and educators to prayerfully consider a general boycott of Scholastic materials in homes and schools country–wide." Kathi, a former witch who is now a Christian, has strong opinions about the Potter books. "Anyone who allows their children to read these books and participate in related activities is allowing their children access to the occult."


Of course!  Boycott the Scholastic-sponsored school bookfairs which is usually a primary vehicle for funding literacy programs in the school district! What we need is more illiteracy and less funding for the schools!  Naturally.  Genius.


Ill skip over the part where she bends herself into pretzel shape to involve Planned Parenthood, the feminists and homosexuals, and the ACLU in the plot to make your kids witches.  It's entertaining, but too self-satirizing to need my attention.


"And if your teen isn’t an activist or practitioner in middle school or high school, college is a fertile field for the growth of witch sympathies. Your daughter or son who takes a religion or women’s studies class at a non–Christian college can expect to be exposed to the benefits of alternative religions, mostly occultic, in overcoming the "oppression" of the entrenched Christian mainstream. "


For reals?  The University of Minnesota must be a Christian college then!  Except for my comparative religions class (which spent more than half the time on Christianity, 'cause there’s so many flavors).  Whatever.  Has this woman even BEEN on a college campus except maybe as a crazy mall preacher?


"If you are "as gods," you can make your own rules. Forget parents! Forget teachers! We’ll just live for the moment, the latest sensation and party on down. So witchcraft is a perfect fit for a paganized, pleasure–centered, shallow America.


I swear, everytime I hear a Christian's description of what their life would be like without Christianity, I thank God that they have Christianity.  People who have such a vivid imagination for depravity should certainly have a religion that makes them able to repress it,and keep it decently confined to airport men's rooms.


And I just have to say..."party on down?"  For real?  Linda, You. Are.  ADORABLE!


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Monday, 07 July 2008

Last night/this morning I attended an event that made CONvergence into a FIVE DAY convention.

CONvergence is usually a three day fan convention with role-playing games, art, community service, music, board games, miniatures, crafts, discussion panels, exotic dancing, martial arts, movies, anime and liquor all brought together to celebrate Science fact, and Speculative fiction (science fiction, fantasy, and related genres)

But all that changed when Michael Sheard came to the convention TWICE as a guest of honor.  He had so much fun, that he got attendees up in arms and the chant "FIVE DAYS" could be heard every year since, encouraging the board and the con committee to extend the convention.

Michael Sheard was beloved by many at the convention, including me.  He was just special, and touched many people (literally and figuratively) in the short amount of time we had him with us.

Which is what he has in common with another man.  Someone I never met, but saw walking around all the time.  Someone most of my friends knew, and someone who inspired fierce friendship and love.  A man called "Roadkill".

People like Michael and Roadkill kind of demand your attention...but unlike people who are just demanding your attention so that they can feel special, they were more the kind of people who walk next to you and say "Hey!  Look at that!" and then you realize you were walking along looking at your feet.  And then, just as you get too absorbed in the wonder and magic of what they were pointing at, they make some comment that makes you feel a little dumb for almost missing it, a little goofy for getting too sentimental about it, and hey it's OK 'cause you're there sharing it with them and it's all good, fogedddaboutit - "Hey! look at that!"

Roadkill developed a brain tumor and passed away this year and we lost Michael Sheard long before that.

While Roadkill was in hospice, Tim Wick went to visit him several times, and told Roadkill that he wanted to do a memorial, and asked Roadkill what he would like done in remembrance.

Roadkill responded:  "I would like you to smash a chocolate fish".

So, at a special event, held at 12:01 AM this morning (which made our special 10th anniversary four-day convention officially a FIVE DAY convention), Tim Wick presided over the first ever chocolate fish smashing ceremony I have ever witnessed.

A bit of smashed chocolate fish, followed by a shot of Tattoo spiced rum with some of Roadkill's friends was the strangest eucharist I have ever experienced (the similarity wasn't intentional, and I think I'm the only one who observed it)  I shared a toast with a small knot of Roadkill’s friends, because even though I didn’t know the guy, I knew the guy.  I wanted to honor the place he'd had in their lives, because it reflected something I understand and honor very deeply.

The gathering ended with "five days" sung over and over again to the tune of Amazing Grace, with people laughing their butts off.

And for about an hour we remembered Roadkill and Michael, and a whole bunch of other people who kept us from looking at our shoes, missing things we shouldn't miss, taking things too seriously, dismissing things too lightly, wrapping ourselves up too tightly, and generally forgetting that we are sharing the road.

[Update:  I found this lovely video posted on Pharyngula in a strange bit of synergy]  - NSFW - bad language 


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Saturday, 05 July 2008

CONvergence is here, and now half over.  I drank Captain Kirk's Two-Fisted-Punch.  I drank a couple of something called a "flaming cowboy"...

...Which is like if you insluted a Jolly Rancher's mother, so it turned into liquid and kicked your ass.

My brain is quite annoyed with me right now, and my stomach doesn't want to talk to me, but can't help iteslf.

Before the drinking, there was Kung Fu.  I saw a demonstration by a Tai Chi Master and his students.  That was really cool.

Today I will hopefully recover enough to play some Tai Chi learning games. 

I ran into one of my students at the Con, which is fun.

I attended a panel entitled 'the Secret Origins of CONvergence, as well as a performance of Soylent Theater: Made out of People entitled "Soylent Blue".

It was.  They gave us multiple warnings about how un-PC they were going to be, and asked that anyone with a weak constitution leave.  I didn't...'cause Im not the kind of person who gets offended over a little off-color humer.

They DID manage to offend me...several times.  I was very surprised, but hey - they warned me.

Also, I met up with some of my friends who do the Missing Children Minnesota Mystery Dinner Improve fund raiser.  Our writer (Damien Sheridan) was giving a reading of some of his stories.  He did very well.

My fellow actor, Ted, told me a great story about how he was assaulted by a little old lady over his "buddy Christ" costume (from the movie "Dogma").

No kidding, some little old lady at the Con shrieked about how he was insulting her religion and began beating him with a purse.  Naturally, he refrained from defending himself until he could leave the situation without risking harm to the little old lady.

I did a little volunteer "badging" (ensuring that everyone who is entering areas with convention programming is a paid attendee by checking their "badges") as it is a chance to sit in one place and watch everyone who goes past...which means that you meet up with all of your old friends that you only see once-a-year at con anymore...and do some catching up.

Its been fun, and this year we have FOUR (five) days!  I will explain that later when I don't have other pressing concerns like a family to feed and a pounding head to care for.

In the mean-time, please enjoy the product of one important difference between liberals and conservatives:  We can laugh at ourselves, and its OK.








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Tuesday, 27 May 2008


Discalimer:  This entry will make no sense unless you are a fan of Torchwood, and up-to-date on the Dr. Who universe.  The video will only be funny if you have a warped sense of humor...and even then, you will feel guilty for laughing.  Sorry.  I can't be alone in my Schadenfreude.  The Scott Lively connection is just one of those random association firings that my brain subjects me too...but if you can't mock the Rev. Scott Lively, who CAN you mock?



OK, a while ago I heard about the Rev. Scott Lively, and his book The Pink Swastika and I thought "Who the hell would buy this?  It's ridiculous.  It's completely craven, ahistorical re-imagining at it's most cynically manipulative.  I've seen sand-choked engines run more smoothly than this guy's logic."

But then I see this, and I realize the horrible truth!

NSFW  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!   (seriously, the ways in which this is not safe for work defy numbering gravity description)


Also, my understanding of the German langauge is even worse than I thought!


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Wednesday, 09 April 2008

This fanvid is for anyone who ever fell in love with someone who made them want to be a better person.

And, for that matter, for anyone whoever fell in love with someone who knocked them off their high horse, shook them out of their complacency, and completely robbed them of their equalibrium.

I give you:  Daniel and Vala.


Pssst...don't look now, but I may have somehow become a Daniel/Vala 'shipper without realizing it. It took me even longer than it took Daniel! LOL.

What can I say, if you really love something, you're willing to let it go.  :-)

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Tuesday, 01 April 2008

There ought to be a law against doing that with an image of Eugene Scott, though. And to cleanse the pallet:


OK, I'm sorry too:

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Friday, 07 March 2008

Yes, I AM an unofficial member of the "Marcus Cole Estrogen Brigade"  but I couldn't find a SINGLE fan vid of him out there.  What's up with that?

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Friday, 21 December 2007

A charming little tale full of whimsey and adventure.  Steamer-punk elements.  A little disjointed in parts, and with a tepid ending that screamed sequal.

In other words, a good story burdoned by it's condition as a movie adaptation of a novel.

Cool effects.  Some really good performances.

Skanky blond villian named "Coulter".

A certain scene I like to call "bowling for cossacks".

All-in-all, it was a nice little family outing.

Awaiting final verdict until after the sequal.

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Wednesday, 28 November 2007

For those of you who do not believe that our great Republic benefits from the constant infusion of culture, language, and perspective of our alien residents, I offer a challenge to your closed-minded ways.

On December 8th, 2007; At 7:30 PM; for the mere pittance of $20 USD (effective price dropping daily) you can witness the charming and immortal tale; "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens.

But this isn't just ANY rendering in ordinary English.  No it is not!


Come to the University of MN Saint Paul campus

Student Center Theater

2017 Buford Avenue

St. Paul, MN 55108


There, you will witness the moralizing, liberal, whiney, orphan-hugger words of Charles Dickens transformed!

Commedia Beauregard will give that pallid old Englishman an infusion of Klingon-American honor, courage, and (I assume) bloodlust!

That's right "A Klingon Christmas Carol".

See it Dec. 8th at 7:30 PM  Tickets at: or (615)209-6689

Oh, did I mention that this is a fund-raiser?  Proceeds from this performance will assist in funding future productions, commissioning new translations of foreign-language plays, and helping to further the understanding of the world's cultures, and (I assume) other world's cultures.

Don't miss it! 

Oh, and...Q'aplah!

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Tuesday, 24 April 2007

argh.  shortbread cookies, with a chocolate layer on top.  I am powerless before them.

They are my Jadarite.

(Hat Tip:  A Blog Around the Clock)

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Thursday, 16 February 2006
Goodbye G'Kar
Thursday, 16 February 2006 09:29:48 (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00) | Comments [2] |  |  | #
Friday, 10 February 2006
I'm loving this.
Friday, 10 February 2006 18:12:07 (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00) | Comments [3] | #
Sunday, 29 January 2006
teach your children well...
Sunday, 29 January 2006 09:25:01 (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00) | Comments [3] |  | #
Friday, 27 January 2006
Its a cute story. Its got babies and everything.
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Friday, 02 September 2005
And this is why I'll take fandom over the "real world" any day of the week...the "real world" sucks.
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Thursday, 01 September 2005
A little humor for the fans in the bunch. Lord knows we need it.
Thursday, 01 September 2005 08:51:32 (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00) | Comments [0] | #
Wednesday, 31 August 2005
Remembering Michael Sheard
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Monday, 29 August 2005
Welcome to the Fannish Nation. (Take your shoes off, and get comfortable)
Monday, 29 August 2005 09:41:47 (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00) | Comments [1] |  | #
Wednesday, 06 July 2005
A little more about my CONvergence experience
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Monday, 04 July 2005
and don't you forget it.
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