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Oh, man, this made me howl when the music started up:

YouTube - Supernatural "Night Shifter" episode ending

Oh, yeah, they're wanted men all right. I cannot wait to see the implications of that one play out.


Oct. 12th, 2006 05:45 pm
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It's official.

I have a sick, sick, sense of humor.

Showtime has put the pilot of Dexter online (ooh! they just added #2!), and I watched it last night, and I love it.

If you've never heard of it, it's about a guy who works as a blood-spatter analyst for the police. And on his own time, he's a serial killer who only goes after people who deserve it (in the first episode, he kills a guy who kidnapped a suburban mom to make a snuff film).

He's got his own dry humor. Which I enjoy. Which makes me a sick puppy.

For the rest of you out there, enjoy the link.

new TV!

Jan. 31st, 2006 01:17 pm
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I found the greatest new TV show - it's calld Hustle, on AMC. All about great, complex con jobs - really well done. Highly recommended. I have Tivo, so I can't really tell you when it's on, but try and find it.
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I have always saved any site that looked well-done as a bookmark, in case someone I knew asked me about the topic. Then I became a librarian, and strangers asked me about topics. I have over 1500 bookmarks organized in my personal hierarchy and publicly posted on a web page.

2. buffy:
I love(d) the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series, and even have a certain fondness for the movie. And I still read the fanfiction a couple of years after the demise.

3. csi:
CSI is also a favorite TV series. I love the building up of the clues to a picture of the event - it's like my favorite mystery novels.

4. etymology:
I'm fascinated by language in general, and how words evolve, shifting meanings and connotations.

5. folksonomies:
A new online trend of allowing "folks" to create their own categories for things (usually bookmarks), instead of a formal taxonomy decreed by some authority.

6. liad:
One of my favorite (and less well-known) SF series is the Liaden books by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller. Just amazing writing and world-building.

7. lost:
Another favorite TV series. For a librarian, I'm a serious TV junkie. I hope I don't have to explain what Lost is to anybody. However, I will say that survival stories have always been one of my favorites genres - Robinson Crusoe, Clan of the Cave Bear, anything where people are essentially in the middle of nowhere with no equipment or supplies - I love that.

8. paganism:
I consider myself a pagan, someone who reveres nature and believe in a mother goddess. I'm a solitary practitioner, since most gatherings of pagans seem to concentrate on stuff I have zero interest in, like tarot or astrology or auras or other new-agey crap. I would say I gradually converted starting around the time I moved to New York, though I had been interested in the idea since high school.

9. science fiction:
I've loved science fiction since early adolescence, and keep up with several series.

10. tivo:
I love, love my Tivo, though I'm not one of those evangelists trying to convert all my friends. Though I can lean that way if they ask me about it. I only wish they would hurry up with the tape one/watch one ability, for when my shows coincide.

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