Watch Babylon 5 – And the Sky Full of Stars

Yesterday we had The War Prayer.  Today, it’s “And the Sky Full of Stars.” Sinclair is abducted by two mysterious beings. They probe his subconscious memory to learn what happened ten years ago during a space battle when Sinclair lost his memory for 24 hours.

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Watch Babylon 5 – The War Prayer

Yup, playing catch up yet again. 🙂 A few days ago, I posted the Babylon 5 episode, Mind War.  Today, here’s The War Prayer for your viewing. Description: When a group of racial fanatics infiltrates Babylon 5 and attacks innocent aliens, Sinclair, Garibaldi, and Ivanova try to capture the...

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Watch Babylon 5 – Mind War

Yesterday we had Babylon 5 – The Parliament of Dreams.  Today we have Mind War.  A genetically altered telepathic fugitive hides aboard Babylon 5 and seeks help escaping his pursuers before he mutates into a destructive superbeing. Catherine experiences an incredible encounter with an alien spacecraft.

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41 Hilarious Science Fair Experiments

Anyone else thinking I’m finally getting around to cleaning out my bookmarks? Anyway I don’t recall where I found the link to this but check out the 41 Hilarious Science Fair Experiments. And don’t they look a little young to be discussing sex?

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Watch Babylon 5 – Born to the Purple

OK, yesterday you had Babylon 5 – Soul Hunter.  Today, you get Babylon 5 – Born to the Purple.  Sinclair helps save Londo’s political career when an exotic dancer steals Londo’s secret files in order to gain her freedom from her sadistic slave owner.  Enjoy.

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Watch Babylon 5 – Soul Hunter

OK, so it’s been a couple of days since I added in Babylon 5 – Midnight on the Firing Line.  Sorry about that.  Been working on a project. (edit: and it appears the autoposter didn’t fire off correctly either last night.) Today, we add in Soul Hunter.  A badly damaged ship is brought into the station, and the strange alien inside is identified as a Soul Hunter – an immortal race who can sense death and supposedly steal someone’s...

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How Matt Mullenweg and Automattic deals with complaints

Looks like I “offended” Matt Mullenweg a bit too much.  Write a pair of posts describing how they have ignored a long list of splog reports and I now have my wordpress.com account suspended and my posts in the support forums edited without permission.  But in addition to that, I’ve been blackballed by Akismet and it appears that my comments on wordpress.com are being trashed automatically. (A picture of that after the fold.  Guess I won’t be posting comments to your blog anymore, wank.) What bothers me about all this is that it started on Matt’s end when I suggested that since most of the support forum volunteers were not going to be able to attend the first WordCamp, that it would be a great idea if Automattic would drop each of them a tshirt into the mail.  That way Matt and crew would show how thankful they were for the time and the work that they put in.  This, of course, didn’t fly over too well and since that point, many of us noticed a “cooling” of staff’s attitudes towards those who helped out. There, I said it.  All this because of a lousy tshirt.  A simple gesture that would have taken at most an hour or two and would have meant a lot of some people.  Hell, the gallery folks sent me a tshirt for reporting an issue with their website. (I still need to blog about that.  There’s pictures here and here.  Yes, it was 6:30 in the morning.  It was early and I was tired and hadn’t shaved.) Since that time, I’ve had Matt and others from Automattic lie about me, post insults, make light of my physical handicaps, and make light of my former relationship with my ex fiancee.  While he goes on and on about how approachable he is, he has refused numerous times to discuss how his company has acted towards me and has refused to follow up on the questions that I raised. All this does prove three things though.  WordPress.com is not pro free speech, not pro customer service and fully believes in censorship.  Can’t wait for the next time Matt gets up on his soap box shouting out to the whole world how they support it so...

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Dork Tower gives us their take on Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition

Dork Tower gives us their take on Dungeons and Dragons 4th edition.  I wonder what Roger E. Moore’s opinion on them dropping half-orcs is.  I seem to remember him playing one way back when. edit: Links fixed since Gamespy is no longer.

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Bill Cosby’s Picture Pages as a comment on society?

I must have missed this when I was growing up but I don’t recall Bill Cosby using his Picture Pages show as an avenue for making comments on society. Listen to the first few moments and let me know what you think.

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