Heil President Brexit

…And we wake to the sure knowledge that almost half the people of this country cast a clear-eyed, knowing vote for an utterly unqualified, unstable, authoritarian fascist. That he’s A-OK in their view. (Almost half, because his opponent actually won the popular vote, but thanks to an 18th-century anachronism that

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Good vs Evil

Good vs Evil

It isn’t politically correct. It’s just politics. We’re supposed to be able to “agree to disagree.” That’s what we were taught. But conservatives keep telling us how much they hate politically correct language, so I’m just going to go there: This isn’t a disagreement. This is the difference between Good

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Star Trek at 50

Star Trek at 50

Back in 2013, I did a blog entry on the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. As important as that show was to my foundations as a young geek, this year marks the 50th of one which looms even larger: Star Trek. Star Trek was my first Geeky Thing. In the

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Seeing THOR: RAGNAROK really makes me want to write an Epic Fantasy that is all Kirby-Cosmic-Science-Fantasy-Gonzo-Cross-Dimensional Awesomeness, instead of the usual Tolkien/Howard/Martin/D&D mash-up.
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In my head is a perfect musical version of A Christmas Carol, constructed from elements of the Muppet version, Mr. Magoo, and Albert Finney's Scrooge!, https://t.co/mNTf0lrHE9