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I watch a lot of TV. Probably entirely too much. And I do like to read about TV. And I'm a big fan of British shows like Blackadder, Extras and Monty Python.
I understand TV works differently over there. Your comedy shows get 6 episode-or-so "series" (which for whatever reason retail for the same price as 22-episode American shows, but whatever.) The difference between a British "series" and an American "season"
I'm a story kinda guy.
I prefer the stories in comics to the art--though of course, with a comic, the art is intrinsically tied to the story (and vice-versa). But it's safe to say that I tend to read comics for the stories more than for the art. (Which is not to disparage the art).
With tv, I don't mind if a show is low-budget, so long as there's a strong story.
And I have no real interest in blu-ray other than for the stupid 'exclusive' extras that seem to
Here’s an announcement I don’t get to make nearly enough — I’ve got a new short story now available for purchase.
Fans of Other People’s Heroes, people who are looking for a deeper insight into the inner workings of Siegel City, this one is for you. Set a few years before the events of the novel, “Inciting Incident” is about the efforts of a man named Ethan Hellig to find a way to give himself powers, hoping to make his own mark on the city’s superhero population. The
My sister, Heather, is having a baby in October. My girlfriend, Erin, instructed me to offer our collective service as a babysitter.
Me: Erin wanted me to let you know we’ll watch the baby so you and Will can go out.
Heather: She’ll be there?
Heather: Because I’m not letting you watch it by yourself.
Me: Gee, thanks.
Heather: Well no offense, but you seem kind of awkward around kids.
Me: I’m a TEACHER!
What day is it? It's a great day for America!
Happy Independence Day to all you lovely Americans out there. Glory, glory Hallelujah.