I believe I am the first JadeCon poster to post sober. I will probably, therefore, have the worst typos.
The Best Sir Dan Game EVER is Mystery Date. Those of us old enough to remember the 70s might remember the non-SW version, where you open the door to reveal your mystery date. In this case, it might be Luke, Han, Bel Iblis, or… Salacious Crumb???? Oooookay. But watch out! You just might get … JAR JAR!!! AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH!!! See which of these dreamboats will help you on your date to Destroy the Death Star, Distract Jabba, Organize the Rebellion, or Escape Imperial Detention. It’s, like, groovy!
Yes…it’s true. I, Sithspit, schlepped. What can I say? Mary Franklin seduced me to the solid phase of H2O side of the Dark Side. It wasn’t too bad. But Deet can suck eggs…I still ain’t schlepping for her. She threatened me with bodily harm and she’s not even my apprentice. :-P
Hm…my Double-Bladed Sith from Mary’s Bar is empty….must find a refill.
“Before all else, be armed.” – Niccolo Machiavelli
I can correct my own typos.
It’s logging in I have trouble with.
I was going to make fun of Liz for posting that entry under Dunc’s name but then Dunc had to go and fix it. Stupid
Drunc Dunc. Also, the Lusers are going to SPANK Vegetarian Spank Inferno tomorrow. I mean today. The clock says it’s past midnight. Because we have SPIRIT and CHEERLEADERS! And very possibly pom-poms.
(Incidentally, I am drunker than Liz but not as drunk as Dunc. At least I’m still coherent enough to correct my typos.)
This weekend, many CJers will be introduced to Coupling, the BBC sitcom that gave us Commander Norrington. Those who do not avail themselves of the opportunity to watch the show on DVD will likely be utterly mystified by the stickers we are handing out that say, “I’m Giselle!” “No, I’M Giselle!”
And they won’t understand why Team Vegetarian Spank Inferno has the Best. Name. Ever.
I’d like to give a shout-out to all our friends on the starwars.com boards who wouldn’t/couldn’t come. See what you guys are missing??
Also, Dunc (whose name I first typed as “Drunk”) is way drunker than I am. I will work on rectifying that.
It’s night one of JadeCon and we’re all wound up. We just got back from Games Night, where my team kicked ASS at Naboo (Taboo.) In what other crowd could I say “She’s dead, we hate her!” and people’s first guess is Callista? Who isn’t dead! Great fun was had by all. I love Naboo.
Profound I’m not, but I try. I just downed one of Mary’s drinks in five minutes. I’d like to see you blog half as well, when this drunk you reach.
Tomorrow is the Galactic Games. GO LUSERS! We will prevail; we are legion.
BREAKING NEWS: Not only is James (Sithspit) attending his first GenCon, he has just fetched his first bucket of ice. Life is good. Pass me another drink.
Alien vs. Predator ruled the box office last weekend. Huh.
AICN has a scoop that Sam Raimi – hot off Spiderman 2 – and his homies are in negotiations for an Ash vs. Freddy vs. Jason film. (Hollywood Reporter confirms.) This vs thing is really getting out of hand… but how can I say no to more of that snarky demi-god of horror, Bruce Campbell? Not being impressed with the Spiderman franchise, some Evil Dead action would be a welcome respite from the inevitable Spiderman 3: Again With The Whining.
Tom Cruise will star in a new version of War of the Worlds.
Get a behind the scenes look at Serenity.
TFN has a new rumor – LFL’s employee non disclosure agreement now forbids them from talking about Episodes 7-9. Hmm… Grain of truth, or subtle attempt to keep the hype machine going after ROTS?
Popular Science wonders if technology is moving too fast for sci-fi.
If that’s the case, where is my floating car? Sci-fi has always assumed that changes happen faster than they do in life – it’s the small things that change fast. We have cell phones that make Spock’s communicator look bulky, but we still haven’t managed to get a man on Mars. And every new invention breeds new possibilities. Could something like Cory Doctorow’s Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, a novel referenced in the article, be written before the internet? Doubtful.
J.K.Rowling did a reading and a Q&A session at the Edinburgh Book Festival today, and dropped many a tantalizing hint about her next book. Read the transcript. Watch for possible spoilers!