Posted in One Million Watts on 25 October 2010
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This is exactly what you think it is: A list of 50 things that tickle my geek reflex. The scary part is that I could probably make 50 more lists like this one.
Posted in One Million Watts on 21 September 2010
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What I especially like about “Fringe,” beyond its general brilliance, is that the female characters have agency — their own strength and intelligence.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 24 August 2010
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When we moved to Sri Lanka, I was six years old and already the biggest “Star Wars” fan on my block. But something happened there that made me a lifelong collector.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 12 July 2010
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“Everyone starts out as a Nerd, usually in junior high, and either progresses through Dorkdom in high school towards Geekdom or alas remains trapped as a Nerd well into adulthood.”
Posted in One Million Watts on 7 July 2010
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The group walk towards the camera in slow motion, their long coats billowing behind them. Oh yeah, baby, it’s good to be on the Super Team.
Posted in One Million Watts on 6 July 2010
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The multiplexes are almost entirely filled with movies based on previous movies and television shows. The horrible “A-Team” remake notwithstanding, that may not be an entirely bad thing.
Posted in Things We Like on 3 July 2010
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Discover Jess Franco’s most accessible film, a book of hipster fashion blunders, and the only sitcom approved by the Elders of the Internet.
Posted in Lies and Entertainment on 19 March 2010
Stats: 19,471 views and 6 Comments
Aliens often abduct people who are incredibly intoxicated. They give them tagging tattoos on their lower backs so they can track their movements. They’re released with a fresh Ed Hardy outfit.
Posted in One Million Watts on 17 March 2010
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Whenever you say “Webby,” I think only of DuckTales. The phrase “I’m Internet famous!” has no legal significance. And I never, ever tire of being Rickrolled. The song’s just so darned catchy.
Posted in Lies and Entertainment on 12 March 2010
Stats: 5,670 views and 1 Comment
There’s just too much money to be made plundering the past for the technology not to be invented and deployed to shopping malls across America, where it can take up space between the water-massage tables and the abandoned oxygen bar.