Archive for category: Geekitude

Three Things I’m Excited About To Round Out 2017

22 Sep
September 22, 2017




*Yes, I know the second Kingsmen comes out in September, but I won’t get to see it until October.

Metal Tuesday- Something for the Geeks

20 Dec
December 20, 2016

According to the YouTube video, this is Jon Bon Jovi’s very first recording.

Friday Quote – 5/6/16

06 May
May 6, 2016

Continuing Star Wars Day fun.

“A lot of Star Wars fans come up to me and ask me to say ‘Luke, I am your father.’ And I’ll remind them the quote is actually, ‘No, I am your father.’ Then I use the Force to choke them within an inch of their life while they weep and beg for forgiveness. 

I love my fans.”

James Earl Jones, actor, voice of Darth Vader 

Friday Quote – 4/1/16

01 Apr
April 1, 2016

This one’s a pic.


Metal Tuesday- April Fool’s Fourth Edition

29 Mar
March 29, 2016

This year’s entry

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review (Spoiler Free)

18 Dec
December 18, 2015

My brother treated the family to one of the first screenings of the Star Wars. I will say the clampdown on details was a damned good thing, because it let the plot twists and turns hit with even more emotional punch. One of these nearly got my family killed as we were leaving the theater (I posted that over on the Book of Face, but I’ll probably do a quick post here later).

I will say this: in lesser hands, this movie would have just been a tribute film to the first Star Wars. We have all the elements – hero’s journey, lovable scamps, omnipresent evil force, awesome space battles. Except it wasn’t just a tribute. It was the melding of all we loved about the original with new themes and characters that make Episode VII more than the sum of its parts. 

I look forward to seeing it again. And again. And again.

Robotech on “Unjustly Maligned”

10 Dec
December 10, 2015

If you want to hear about probably my favorite cartoon series, here’s a damn good podcast episode.

What If?

02 Dec
December 2, 2015

The brother sent me a link for a gallery of pictures based on the idea of what if popular movies were made in different decades. I loved the Dune one:

   And there are four more of them if you really want to lose some time. 

A Vera Base?

07 Sep
September 7, 2015

Oleg has a pick of a new shotgun that looks like it could be used to build Vera from Firefly.



Here’s the article from AllOutdoor.

Star Wars, a la Ken Burns

30 Jun
June 30, 2015

Waste three minutes on this.