Well now, this is odd. A huge batch of photos I recently uploaded to my hard drive have mysteriously vanished. Hey, Mac users, is that supposed to happen? Also, for some reason, I’m unable to download pics from my digital camera to my laptop. Seriously, what’s up? While you’re figuring that out for me, enjoy some of the pics I still do have…
Today, we watched the Day 1 mix of Incursion I. Magnifique! An episode full of action, anguish, intrigue and suspense. And Joel’s score is phenomenal. Can’t wait to watch Incursion II to find out how it ends.
Hey, weigh in with your thoughts on the Top 5 Anime Film Of All Time over at SFSignal: http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2010/01/mind-meld-anime-film-favorites-the-top-14-anime-films-of-all-time/. I did!
Mom was transferred from the hospital to a rehab center yesterday where she has started using the facility’s equipment on her way to what we hope will be a full recovery. According to her, the place has treadmills, stationary bikes, and “the epileptic, just like you.”. Uh, I assume that was a reference to the “elliptical” trainer in my basement.
The SGU season two episode list. Only one more title to guess…
Don’t forget to post your questions for actor Patrick Gilmore (SGU’s lovable Dale Volker)!
Today’s blog entry is dedicated to birthday individual GrapesofWraith.
Deni writes: “So, we’ll see what the day brings, hopefully only good things”
Answer: Give Elway a big kiss on the nose from me.
JimfromJersey writes: “How fared the pasta dishes? Pasta is typically a restaurant’s profit leader due to how inexpensive it is.”
Answer: Everyone enjoyed their pasta. And, let me say again – the chicken was very good. But not worth the $20! That experience alone ensures the restaurant will not be making our regular lunch rotation.
Maddog316 writes: “Its just Earth can’t dial Destiny because of the power generation needed right?”
Answer: Correct. It’s a power issue on both sides.
Bryan M. White writes: “The script has been completed since May for Extinction. You probably have vis-effect crews working on pre-viz right now.”
Answer: Definitely not. We would have to be in prep for the anyone to be working on the movie.
Bryan M. White also writes: “Is it more cost effective to pay for something that does not give you return on investment, or make a movie for $8,000,000 that if it does decent will atleast earn back its budget it revenue?”
Answer: If a studio was “guaranteed a decent return on its initial investment” then, yes, it certainly would make sense to move ahead on production. However, nothing is guaranteed in this business.
Ian writes: “Joe Mallozzi, what do you think of the new Stargate Resistance video game?”
Answer: Sorry. Don’t know anything about it.
Dodoalda writes: “1) Will Robert Cooper direct Aftermath?
2) When will the actors recieve first S2 scripts?
3) If you could say, which S2 episode looks the most interestingly now (from ep 1 to 5)?”
Answers: 1) No. 2) Sometime in February. 3) Right now, they all look equally interesting.
Iamza writes: “Couldn’t help noticing you had read Azzarello and Lee’sSuperman: For Tomorrow. What did you think of it?”
Answer: While, like you, I enjoyed the art, I honestly preferred Azzarello’s Lex Luthor: Man of Steel.