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( Mar. 7th, 2009 12:48 pm)
I'm through the first 8 episodes of Merlin, watching the 9th, and I don't think I'm going to end up fannish about this show. The show is fine. It holds my attention well enough but I'm mostly watching because I started, not because I'm all that compelled to find out what happens next. I have little to no interest in Arthur/Merlin fic. I sure to do love Morgana and Uthor, though.

I feel somewhat the same way about Dollhouse. The show holds my attention and elements are compelling but I could easily walk away. Quite frankly, I'm not all that impressed with Eliza Dushku. Dichen Lachman, as Sierra, is much stronger.

What else? I have an SGA fic rec: Until Love Can Find Me by [livejournal.com profile] isagel McKay/Sheppard; NC-17. Summary: When you don't die in the desert, life goes on. Just the post "Vegas" story I've been waiting for.

I also have some BSG links:
  • EW review: It felt more like a collage of moments, rather than a cohesive piece of penultimate storytelling. He said what I said but much more eloquently.

  • Maureen Ryan's review. I needed her perspective.

  • And Alan Sepinwall's commentary

    It's a lazy, rainy day. I finished The Magicians this morning and now I'm basking in as much nothing as possible. With dinner plans at 6pm, I at least another 3 hours until have to start moving. *bliss*
  • I saw Frost/Nixon today (A+) and, before that, I watched Thursday's Supernatural and CSI.

    More on the final CSI and Grissom's goodbye ) Not that I'm overly invested in the character or anything.

    I, of course, have more on Battlestar Galactica. Just two things today, though. First up, if you're not already listening to the Galactica Watercooler podcasts, I highly encourage you to check them out. Chuck, Audra, and Sean are great and I'm so happy that their content is back to BSG. This week's podcast was particularly awesome and included a surprise phone call from RDM and some other guests. Second, here's a great Access Hollywood interview with the final cylon.

    What else? Last night I went out to dinner with a new friend who is, quite possibly, the most social and locally connected person I've ever met. She knows everything happening locally and all of the people who'll be there. It's wild. She introduced me to Suicide Girls last night and I ended up buying this Suicide Girls gift book at a local comic shop. The photos are outstanding. The website? Not so much.

    As first seen via svmadelyn, here is the Band from TV debut on Leno from Friday night. AHAHAHA. This is one of the best things I've EVER SEEN. I think it's a situation where the total is less than the sum of its parts but, individually, these guys were a hoot. Hugh Laurie, Adrian Pasdar, Greg Grunberg and, OMG, Jesse Spencer killed me. Jesse Spencer should always play the violin and always in that outfit.



    These days I am a woman without a tether. I need to find a suitable release. I need to find something that grounds me. The gym only seems to work while I'm there. I need something sustainable. I don't know what it is but I'm searching. In the meantime, I'm reading h/c fic and this new post-apocalypse SGA AU by rheanna27, The Hard Prayer more than did the trick.
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    ( Jan. 10th, 2009 09:47 pm)
    I watched "Vegas" and "Enemy at the Gate" today. I loooooooved "Vegas!" Let me talk about both of these episodes together starting with one part of 'Enemy at the Gate' )

    Oh, SGA. I'll miss you!

    I think I mentioned this earlier but tonight six friends had a dinner party to celebrate a promotion for one of our merry band. Good times. Much needed good times! I think I'll sleep better tonight than I have for the past week.
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    I had far too many margaritas with my Mexican food Friday night so my date and I sat in a Starbucks, drinking coffee and sobering up, until nearly 1am when we were both finally comfortable getting behind the wheel. It made for a slow, lazy Saturday. Then, last night, my friend Anne came over for dinner. I made baked pasta with sausage, tomatoes, and cheese. Success! I really need to start expanding my cooking repertoire, though. My friend's partner is just starting to cook and I might suggest we take a cooking class together.

    I caught up on CSI, SPN, and SGA yesterday morning which seems to be a new, relaxing, Saturday morning tradition. There was so much controversy on my friends list over SPN and SGA but I enjoyed both.

    SPN )

    SGA )

    [livejournal.com profile] timberho always finds the good crack. Today it was in the form of photos of Zac Efron and Leonardo DiCaprio at a Lakers game. See? And one more.

    For my reference: The standard model of physics got it right when it predicted where the mass of ordinary matter comes from, according to a massive new computational effort.

    Sally has been super needy all day. I don't know what's going on with her but I don't mind the attention. I had very few ambitions for the day but I just woke up from a 2 1/2 hour nap and decided even the gym can wait until tomorrow. Lazy, lazy day!
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    ( Nov. 15th, 2008 01:37 pm)
    Hello, Lazy Saturday. My friend Anne and I cooked dinner last night and sat around talking until 11:30pm. I finally got into bed around 1 and I've spent the morning working my way through my DVR queue.

    SGA. Fret, fret, fret. )

    CSI )

    SPN )

    I wish I hadn't watched the scenes from next week's episode, though. The conclusion looks awesome but it gave away more than I wanted to know. (CSI, on the other hand, gave up just enough to have me counting down the days in anticipation.)

    House )

    And I don't think I've said anything about this week's Criminal Minds )

    As soon as I post and read Lily's Drake & Josh fic I'm going to take a nap. Naps are the best. Then it's off to the A2 Rally For Equality at 3:30pm. I'm going by myself but I am assuming it will be a welcoming group (of college students) and I really want to add my voice to the rally so out in the cold rain I go! Then tonight I have a date for sushi. I love sushi almost as much as I love naps.
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    ( Oct. 26th, 2008 03:37 pm)
    I had plans earlier in the day and I'm doing dinner with friends tonight so I'm posting quickly and then trying to get in a run. The morning looked dismal but, all of a sudden, it's 60 degrees and sunny!

    I caught up on SGA, SPN, and CSI yesterday. SGA didn't thrill me. SPN did thrill me just as much as I expected from all of the flailing about on my friends list. Jensen Ackles for the win.

    When I watch CSI these days I'm very focused on how they're going to write out Gil. I still have a terrible suspicion that he's going to leave Vegas to be with Sara and I'm (naively) waiting for Lady Heather to swoop in and save the day.

    The SYTYCD show was awesome. I could do without all of the dumb (and not funny) banter between dances but the dancing was spectacular. It was so much fun to see Chelsie, Courtney, Katie, Mark, Twitch & Joshua up close and in their element. I left liking Gev, Comfort and Kherington much more than during the show and I can still live without Jessica. Especially when she speaks.

    My favorite numbers of the night were the Argentine Tango (Chelsie/Joshua), Katie & Joshua's contemporary, and Bleeding Love (Chelsie/Mark). Actually, I also loved Chelsie's jive with Gev, Courtney's latin number with Gev, the Garden Dance with Jessica & Will, and No Air. It would probably be easier to say what I didn't love: both Viennese Waltzes (because Danny & Anya still own that dance) and the jail break hip hop. I loved the rest of it!

    Jenniferh2525 has 900+ So You Think You Can Dance tour photos. They're fantastic. Here's one of my favorites. It's from Chelsie's solo.



    Run time!

    ETA: Two college kids just came canvassing for Obama. It was so much fun to tell them I'm voting for Obama on the 4th.

    Okay, I totally wasn't done with this post.

    Here's a list of what I know I need to get in the mail this week. Am I missing anything for anyone?
    Twilight calendar to [livejournal.com profile] timberho
    Twilight calendar to [livejournal.com profile] lilysaid
    The Friday Night Knitting Club and Knit Two to [livejournal.com profile] carta
    Anne Geddes calendars to friend in FL
    I also have an extra copy of Stargate: Continuum free to the first person who requests it. Just comment here and then send me your address at saturn92103[at]hotmail.com. ETA: Continuum is claimed.

    In Viggo movie reviews/news:

    Hollywood Reporter review of “Good”

    An entertainment writer form The Kanas City Star shares my pov on the delay of “The Road.”
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    So many things!

  • First off, RENT. RENT! On a movie screen!! It was fantastic to see the show in this format though, honestly, the editing sucked. The camera was all over the place during the bigger cast numbers to a degree that left me dizzy. The only cast member I'd seen before was Justin Johnston. ([livejournal.com profile] nothinggold! The filmed version is going to be released on DVD. You can have a permanent record of Justin as Angel!) I don't know if the filmed version was the final performance but they do include the Seasons of Love encore from the finale with some of the original cast members. It was a great way to spend 2 1/2 hours. I can't wait to get the DVD. *grabby hands*

  • After RENT was the Michigan game. We had to DVR the beginning which turned out to be a blessing because the first half was a disaster. In the end, though, Michigan came back from a 0 - 19 halftime deficit to beat Wisconsin 27- 25. I've officially experienced a literal nail biter and my friends are well on their way to turning me into a true Michigan fan.

  • My new favorite rss feed is [livejournal.com profile] gaiman_blog. It's so nice to have Gaiman come to me rather than having to remember to seek out his ramblings. And I do love his ramblings.

  • I caught up on Supernatural last night. First of all, if anything was going to cement my love for the show it was the episode title: "Are You There God, It's Me, Dean Winchester." Perfect and hilarious. About the episode itself... )

  • Then, of course, was the return of Daniel on SGA. )

  • I watched the whole debate. There's really not much more to say about that except a) the commentary afterward was more interesting and b) McCain's play to the Jewish vote had all the subtlety of a sledgehammer.

  • I'm off to Chicago next weekend! A run is planned and not much else (though Appaloosa comes out next weekend). It's Viggo in the wild west!
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    ( Sep. 24th, 2008 07:49 pm)
    Hi. How are you? I'm in the midst of an irrational response to the news that GWB is speaking at 9pm EST which is exactly when I've been expecting to watch the season premiere of Criminal Minds. SOMEONE IS GOING TO BLOW UP, PEOPLE. I've been looking forward to it all day (all summer) and, quite frankly, I don't care if it's a disproportional response. What did Bartlett say? Sometimes a disproportional response is appropriate. Bush fucks up the economy and then takes away a much needed hour of escapism to tell me he someone else fucked up the economy? No thank you. I'll take Hotch and Reid instead.

    HOWEVER, embracing my irrational response, I called CBS (212-975-4321) and they confirmed that Criminal Minds is scheduled to start when Bush finishes speaking. The call center woman couldn't confirm for certain but, with me, assumed it means "scheduled to start from the beginning of the episode."

    Hey [livejournal.com profile] carta! This comes my way via [livejournal.com profile] subluxate: Knit One, Save One. Babies need hats and you can knit one for a baby in need!

    What else? [livejournal.com profile] sga_flashfic is doing a kidfic challenge! If asked, I'd tell you I hate kidfic but the truth is that I've read a lot of awesome SGA kidfic. What I'm really hoping for from this challenge, though, is a story where Ronon gets a kid. He'd be such an awesome father and I can totally see him looking out for an orphan the way Runner v2.0 did but with Atlantis rallying around him all the way.

    In less inspiring news, the restart of the LHC was pushed back to early Spring 2009. :(

    I don't quite get the deal with Jessica Biel as an actress but she's definitely hot. On a purely superficial basis, I love how she and Justin look together i.e. HOT.

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    ETA: My house no longer smells like mildew! It's been getting mildly better by the day and I came home today and it's just fine! I hope this doesn't mean the mildew morphed into black mold or something. I'm going to assume it didn't and revel in the fresh, clean smell of my home.
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    ( Sep. 22nd, 2008 07:03 am)
    If I ever bitch about an actor cutting off his gorgeous hair, just send me back to this picture because HOLY HELL AND HELLO MR. MOMOA.



    And, from [livejournal.com profile] radon_, here are the gorgeous women of BSG at the Emmys. (Sorry, but is Grace Park wearing ill fitting pants with that lovely little top? Nina Garcia would have a coronary.)

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    Too bad the Emmys themselves were so terrible.
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    ( Sep. 21st, 2008 09:28 am)
    Last night's date went well enough to last into this morning. He's smart, attractive and focused with a really great sense of style. He was also upfront about wanting to date for the future, not just for right now. (To be clear, that future didn't necessarily mean us - just that he's not into casual dating at this point in his life.) It's an interesting start with a guy who asked me out at a cheese counter. We have plans next weekend and I'm looking forward to it.

    All of that said, I'm still pining for A even though it's looking more and more like that's a road to nowhere. We spend a lot of time together - like good friends do - but she officially knows I'm interested in dating women and has given no indication of the same. To think, at 15, I thought dating would eventually get easier. :)

  • Have a meme: Grab the nearest book. Find the 5th sentence on page 46.

    I don't have a book right next to me but I do have the new issue of Scientific American: "Einstein's great insight was that spacetime is no mere stage on which the drama of the universe unfolds."

  • While on topic, the Large Hadron Collider is down for at least two months. How disappointing for all of the scientists involved.

  • Word is that Mary McDonnell will have a 3- 5 episode arc on Grey's Anatomy. I don't watch Grey's Anatomy but, at this point, I'll follow Mary McDonnell anywhere.

  • I didn't place the face until [livejournal.com profile] gdg pointed it out but Jen Halley, who plays Seelix on BSG, was the Demon Waitress on this past week's SPN.

    See? )

  • Also, in exciting guest cast news, this week's SGA preview reminded me that next week is Daniel Jackson week on SGA!! Daniel! On Atlantis! I know he was there before but it was part of an SG-1 team mission. This is his and, therefore, so much better. \o/

  • I stole this from [livejournal.com profile] bethbethbeth and am now seeing it everywhere. It's perfect.

    Ever wonder what a meeting between Jed Bartlet and Barack Obama would be like? Columnist Maureen Dowd of the New York Times actually called Aaron Sorkin to ask him, and here's what Jed had to say:

    Full text )

    I've actually been looking at parallels between Governor Ritchie of FL and Sarah Palin with that, "aw, shucks, I don't need to be intellectual or informed to lead" shtick. Which leads me to this bit of inspiration:

    "In the future, if you're wondering, 'Crime. Boy, I don't know' is when I decided to kick your ass."

    Or, even better, on video here.
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    ( Aug. 13th, 2008 08:05 pm)
    I am going to go to bed early tonight and wake up early tomorrow and run before work. There. I said it. Hopefully that's enough to make it so.

    Fun stuff! First, thanks to [livejournal.com profile] carta, a cinemaspy interview with Jason Momoa.

      It's interesting that Joe - he's a Harrison Ford type of guy, super confident and with his own style and we work well together. I'd love to work with Flanigan for the rest of my life. He's great.


    Followed by an ign interview with Tahmoh Penikett.

      I'm like a proud parent. I'm always going to hold it so dear. It's such an incredibly huge and profound experience in my life as a young [actor] coming on this show – so green, like so many of us were. And just having to learn the ropes in a short period of time, but learning it with such incredible mentors. Just the actors – Edward James Olmos, Mary McDonnell… All the talent on the show. It's stupendous. And the writing in particular… the special effects. The entire beautiful machine ran so well. It's weird to be talking about it past tense right now!


    Happy birthday, [livejournal.com profile] anamchara! I hope it's been fabulous!

    Cycling begins...I'm not sure this will hold my interest for very long. Bring on the diving! And swimming! AND BEACH VOLLEYBALL.
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  • I'm very much in the mood to read a long, meaty McKay/Dex story and I can't find one to dig into. Clearly I'm doing something wrong because people must be writing the pairing more than I'm noticing. Does anyone have recs?

  • The Guardian reviews Hamlet. ([livejournal.com profile] kiffle - it looks like that's the costume after all!)

      "The big news from Stratford is that Gregory Doran's production is one of the most richly textured, best-acted versions of the play we have seen in years. And Tennant, as anyone familiar with his earlier work with the RSC would expect, has no difficulty in making the transition from the BBC's Time Lord to a man who could be bounded in a nutshell and count himself a king of infinite space. He is a fine Hamlet whose virtues, and occasional vices, are inseparable from the production itself."


  • Sides from Dollhouse leaked and io9 takes us through the pilot. I love Joss Whedon but I'm a bit cautious about this show. I'm reserving judgment until I see the pilot (and how the male "agents" operate).

  • It's storming like crazy and I love it. Even aside from the fact that my lawn is a dying mess and needs the rain, I love a good summer storm. A downpour plus thunder plus warm weather = joy.

  • SYTYCD finale tonight and my tour tickets arrived in the mail today! 4th row!! I didn't expect it but my votes went to Katee last night. Without Chelsie to focus on, I decided I've enjoyed Katee the most of the final four. The girl can do anything. I probably won't watch the finale until the weekend, though, because I'm going to want to ff through all of the usual bs that accompanies reality show finales.

  • Oh, right! Hi. I'm not in Chicago at Terminus. I had more issues with my basement so here I am still in Ann Arbor. [livejournal.com profile] aleciamasters was kind enough to step in as my proxy for my presentation and I'm reevaluating my weekend plans which, sadly, won't involve [livejournal.com profile] carta or an introduction to Farscape. (They will, however, include an Olympics opening night party!)

  • I finished The Black Hole War last night and, on the recommendation of a friend, started Candace Bushnell's new book, One Fifth Avenue. I got about 5 pages in and literally threw the book across my room. WOW. BAD. I'm not a fiction snob. In fact, I'm the opposite of a fiction snob. I hate reading fiction that makes me search for metaphor and symbolism. I just want a good story. But I also have standards and One Fifth Avenue is about 8 bars below those standards. WOW. I have The Quantum Ten in front of me but I'm itching for fiction so I think I'm going to dive into The Fall of Hyperion. I read Hyperion for the first time in February and I've been meaning to get to the sequel for months.
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    ( Aug. 2nd, 2008 06:20 pm)
    I was behind in my SGA viewing so I just watched both "Broken Ties" and "The Daedalus Variations ." Any guess which was my favorite?

    Broken Ties )

    The Daedalus Variations )

    Today is the release of Stephenie Meyer's, Breaking Dawn and I imagine millions of teenage girls are tucked at home today catching up on Bella's latest shenanigans. For a whole host of reasons, I'm not a fan of the series but I appreciate the phenomenon and I'm having fun watching all of the media coverage.

    MTV has some hysterical video here. Go to the second video to see the fans with Twilight tattoos. (I'm sure Meyer was "so happy" when they showed her.) The third video has the midnight moment with all the chanting you could hope for.

    PS. Is that vj Kim from ANTM???

    ETA: Breaking Dawn spoilers in comments.
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    ( Jul. 29th, 2008 09:22 pm)
    [Poll #1231962]

    While I'm at it, here are two fic recs - both SG-1:

    Sam/Jack: Concentric Unto Thee by [livejournal.com profile] gabolange Her attempts at normality have never worked before, and Jack won’t stand for any attempts to apply the logic of command to their relationship. This is a gorgeous story. It’s established relationship, set post SGA 05×01, and is all about Sam’s choices - and the weight Jack carries in them.

    Jack/Daniel: Cards on the Table by [livejournal.com profile] princessofg This is a hot, first time fic that, more than anything, will put a smile on your face. It’s so nice to read a story that's this easy.
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    ( Jun. 29th, 2008 07:50 pm)
    If I had known what was waiting for me, I would have watched the season five premiere of SGA days ago! )

    I finally caught up on last week's So You Think You Can Dance. My favorite pairs are Twitchington and Katee/Joshua. I also adore Courtney G. and Chelsea H. This is shaping up to be a great season. [livejournal.com profile] powrhug - I need to call you to talk about the show!
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    ( Jun. 25th, 2008 07:44 pm)
    I'm back from my trip to NY/Baltimore and head over heels in love with my nephew. Chase is the cutest, littlest thing I've ever seen and my sister is a complete natural with him. It was one big love fest.

    On Sunday I took the train down to Baltimore for a work conference which was, counter to expectations, tremendously productive. It was also frustrating as all hell. Always the mistress, never the bride )

  • SGA: In happy marriage news, David Hewlett wedding photos

  • Dr. Who: I LOOOOOOOOOOVED "Turn Left." Oh, Donna Noble. This show makes me so happy. (Before I start reading reviews, was the general reaction to the episode positive? I don't want anyone to harsh my squee.)

  • Torchwood: Have some great Gareth-David Lloyd links from !

  • And here are awesome photos of Viggo from CineVegas Film Festival and the set of Appaloosa.

  • I have three episodes left in s4 of Babylon 5. The last episode, Between the Darkness and Light broke my heart. :(

  • The fun part of this week's travel is tomorrow is already Thursday! Friday night I'm cooking crab cakes with friends and then, on Saturday, I have plans to see "Wanted" in the afternoon and "Wall-E" in the evening. Sunday I tackle my weeds.

    ETA: I ran 5.5K today (\o/) and listened to the BSG podcast for "Revelations." Ron Moore & company were talking about the benefit of not plotting out the entire series ahead of time because it allows them to build on unexpected elements of the show. It was interesting to hear their perspective because, as a fan, I see both sides. On the one hand, I love that they have the freedom to surprise themselves and, by extension, us. On the other hand, there's something about knowing the plot has a course that gives me comfort in such a mythology based show. Look at the X-Files. What a mess. BSG hasn't let me down yet, though.

    They also talked about how this idea of writing the series as it progresses applies to a particular plot point. )
  • First things first, [livejournal.com profile] charlidos posted this gateword interview with Jason Mamoa. Jason's love for Joe is nearly epic! Now how do we get him to see the true depth between McKay and Ronon???

    Last night, in LA, "Sci-fi and The Envelope Screening Series invited Guild members, press and fans to join the stars of Battlestar Galactica for an exclusive celebration commemorating the hit show's final season and full-length preview of the mid-season finale." Here are photos from the event. I LOVE THEM ALL.

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    Eight more... )

    I have a meeting from 9am- 12pm, lunch out, and then dinner out. I need to stop procrastinating and get my ass in gear. The dream of independent wealth is strong today!
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    1. [livejournal.com profile] halowrites posted these pictures of Ronon Jason Momoa that have me squealing and flailing about like a little squealing, flailing thing!! I'm too lazy to post the myself but follow the link and love of Jason with the rest of us!

    2. The Discovery channel is airing a 6 part, 12 hour, miniseries titled, When We Left Earth beginning on June 8th! It's all about the NASA missions and includes never before seen NASA footage. So awesome!! As a preview, over here is a webcast of a panel discussion with Buzz Aldrin, Charlie Duke, and John Ford, the Discovery Channel president. (An aside, I love how Aldrin preens when hearing his bio. He certainly earned it.)

    3. I saw Indiana Jones tonight and I spent a good part of the movie thinking of how Daniel Jackson would have been influenced by the legacy of Henry Jones. If the Stargate program didn't exist, Daniel is just the type to end up in Indy style mishaps and, similarly, Indiana Jones would have been a kick ass Stargate team member. I can totally envision a world where Jones is brought in to study the Stargate when it's found in Giza and he, like Catherine, is entranced by the puzzle for all of his life. In my mind, maybe he's even alive to see Daniel crack the code. Sadly, the timing is off for the crossover I really want: an off-world archaeological mystery stumps Daniel so he calls in his old professor, Dr. Jones, to help. *sigh*
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  • Here: Have a fantastic Patrick Stewart interview! I really, really want to see him in Hamlet with David Tennant. Why must I be responsible? WOE. Must I be responsible? Really?

  • I finished week three of the C25K program and it looks like week four really steps up the pace. I can't believe how much I'm enjoying this. I feel like I'm actually training my body to sustain a running regimen and I love working out outside. I'm probably not getting the same workout I do at the gym but it's so relaxing to spend that time outside after work.

  • SGA fic rec: Hero For A New Age by [livejournal.com profile] smittywing Written for the prompt, "books, stories and legends," this story is all about the superheroes Ronon reads about in Earth comics and the heroes he lives with on Atlantis. I absolutely love stories that explore Ronon’s perceptions of Atlantis, Earth, and his team.

  • Torchwood fic rec: Make a Beginning by [livejournal.com profile] dsudis Summary: Gwen couldn’t go on like that much longer. Neither could Torchwood. A wonderful story with a post-”Exit Wounds” direction that could easily be canon.

  • Ron Moore finally posted the podcast for the season four premiere (after posting the podcasts for the 2nd and 3rd episodes) and confirmed what's been obvious: season four is one long act, one long story vs. past seasons which allowed for stand alone episodes. I think it's the right approach for long term payoff but has the potential to create some less satisfying individual episodes.

  • Some commentary on unity among the cylon models )

  • The Things That Carried Him: Four thousand American soldiers have died in Iraq. This is the true story of how one of them came home. I almost feel like I should make a separate post for this link. This is an article from Esquire, originally linked by synecdochic, that reminded me what it really means when we hear another soldier died overseas. It was tough to read - particularly when put in the context of just 1 of 4,000 other stories like it.
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    ( Mar. 11th, 2008 07:06 pm)
    I had a terrible day today. It was all work related so I won't bore you with the details but it was truly awful. To console myself (and also because it was on my calendar!), I stopped at Borders to pick up Ark of Truth. I couldn't find it anywhere but a solicitous employee came by and didn't stop looking until she found the copies for me in the back room. Perhaps it was because I looked pathetic or perhaps it was because I said, "A ten season television show ended on a cliff hanger and this movie ties up the loose ends. I'm leaving here with a copy of the movie." SG-1 Ark of Truth is mine and, as soon as I click, "post to saturn92103," in it goes!

    Daniel Jackson has the power to save my day.

    [livejournal.com profile] carta linked me to this post in Joe Mallozzi's blog that includes a deleted scene from the SGA episode, "Trio." The scene inspired the following poll:

    [Poll #1152659]

    Patrick Stewart found himself a new girlfriend! [livejournal.com profile] stewart_daily tells me she is Catherine Moellering, 34, a graduate of Harvard Business School and president of Best & Co. I actually have nothing else to say about Patrick Stewart's love life other than I wouldn't pass up a chance to be part of it.
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