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Why post an entry this late? Because in addition to their nutritional value, blog entries are great for bringing attention to stuff I just noticed while surfing BZP extremely early in the morning, like NNH's Lego comedy, Exo-Farce. With episode names like"The Beginner's Guide To Breaking Elderly Friends and Assorted Freaks out of a Heavily Armed Robot Base" and "Lots of Guns And Explosions",[hikaru]you know it's, like, gonna be, like, totally awesome. [/hikaru] Plus, the personalities NNH has given each of the Exo-Force characters are so at odds with the way they're depicted in the comic that they're simply hilarious. So, yeah, this is about the closest anyone can come to getting a resounding endorsement from me. Go read the fic!
My day reminds me of Arthur Dent's transient existence in Mostly Harmless: Since 9:30 this morning I have been/will be riding the bus from place to place, from the dentist to my IT class to the library to some local restaurant where I plan to grab dinner to youth group tonight and finally back home around 9:30 PM.
Time for a list of all the things that make me rather geeky:
I build and play with Lego. I work with computers. I am a Trekkie. I have (at last count) 107 Star Trek books. I am also fairly obsessed with the old (60s-80s era) Marvel comics. I drink Mountain Dew when I can get it. I wave my hand at automatic doors when nobody is looking. I wore a Starfleet Commander's uniform for two Halloweens in a row. I am taking an IT Tech class, and am learning binary and hex. I am in the process of making up an alien alphabet. I am somewhat obsessed with the number 42. I have memorized Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and a few of the MPFC eps. I watch the Discovery and Sci-Fi channels more than any others. My pet of choice is a hairless rat.