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The Book of the Howlings of Ming, Seeker After Arcane and Esoteric Truths
BSG 3x20 
27th-Mar-2007 10:03 pm
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OK, that ending. RDM and co must be doing some seriously bad crack. And Starbuck. Quelle surprise...

However, the highlight for me was Tigh's little speech to Sam, Chief and Tori:

"My name is Saul Tigh. I am an officer in the Colonial Fleet. Whatever else I am, whatever else it means, that's the man I want to be and if I die today, that's the man I'll be"

Reminds of all the reasons I love Tigh!

Still wondering how they're going to explain those 4 being Cylons, not if Tigh fought in the first Cylon War. That said, I can't help but note that all of them had been on New Caprica. Gah. When does next season start again?
30th-Mar-2007 06:30 pm (UTC)
I was searching for something else and a link led me here

Dare I ask what? And what entry did that lead to? Just curious...

and I thought 'aha, there's a familiar name/modus operandi/lots of guns'...

Well, at least I'm consistent...

...that'll teach you to have people not talking bollocks ;-)


I'd need to have more of a life than I do

Given that you seem to have had at least a casual perusal of my blog, you must have noticed that having a life doesn't really constitute a pre-requisite!
30th-Mar-2007 07:13 pm (UTC)
Dare I ask what? And what entry did that lead to? Just curious

I doubt I'd be able to find it again, but I was having a Stream of Consciousness Via Google spell, and it involved searching at various points for Bear McCready, Blakes 7, Cult TV, BSG and (garden) fencing. I'm actually worried at the view of my psyche that selection offers, let alone how all arcane paths lead to Ming.

Then I noticed that, unusually for LJ, it wasn't a gaggle busily slashing one Supernatural lead or another with the car, and started reading. That there was stuff about BSG (that made sense and was interesting) was just a bonus.
It makes a change from passing my idle hours thoroughly hating a certain Cult TV organiser for getting a guest I'd repeatedly suggested (James Morrison), just when I'd pretty much written the event off for good ;-)
31st-Mar-2007 07:53 am (UTC)
Has he now? That is interesting, especially as I too had more or less given up on that one, despite much effort at persuasion every year by certain friends!
31st-Mar-2007 08:15 am (UTC)
Yep, annoying isn't it?
I'd also pretty much given up on it but (if guests don't mysteriously cancel at the last minute) there are a couple of decent looking guests, and Morrison was a great guest at Neutral Zone. Usual problems of an overpriced and out of the way venue but I may have to think about booking.
2nd-Apr-2007 09:58 am (UTC)
Still not entirely convinced that's a good enough reason to go. If not, shall have to have words with friends who I'm pretty sure will go to get my DVD set signed! Was pretty gratified to see someone wearing a S:AAB outfit at Redemption. pinkdormouse of this parish, in fact. It was an Angry Angels rather than 58th one but I figure I can forgive her that much...
2nd-Apr-2007 04:28 pm (UTC)
I know what you mean about having doubts - SF Ball flyers picked up at Memorabilia yesterday had some appeal for a cheaper option where guests aren't really all that important. I've seen JM already & I have my doubts that anything will have improved with Cult.
5th-Apr-2007 09:39 am (UTC)
That said, in this post by gaspode, given Life On Mars writer Mathew Graham is going to be there and that it's appaent *not* in a holiday camp which makes it a tad more tempting...
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