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Vlog: February Nerd Block

I received my Nerd Block this week and I loved it! So I did another vlog about it, here you go:

Geeky & Funny Stuff (film, Books, Tv Etc)

SCI-FI GO WILD...

Television first fell in love with Science Fiction during its early years, beginning in 1949 with a program called “Captain Video”; Since that time, the small screen has captured the imaginations of children from 5 to 90 with that wonderfully cool genre known as Sci-Fi(And yes, all you Dr. 257 more words

Entertainment

Friday Reviews: Star Trekkin'

Every Friday I’ll be reviewing two books, usually comic books, graphic novels, manga and the like, though I promise to crack open my eReader at some point. 1,047 more words

Sci-fi

Galaxy Quest (1999, Dean Parisot)

Spoiler warning: these reviews reveal plot twists.

The middle-aged stars of an old sci-fi TV show get mistaken for their heroic characters by a group of aliens who need help in an intergalactic war… 794 more words

Star Trek

The Trouble With Meat Thermometers

This post will be dull. It will begin with an account of the weather, shift into a discussion of the importance of Star Trek: The Original Series… 971 more words

Grilling

Valora Noland

Valora Noland (born Valor Baum 8 Dec 1941)

Beach Party (7-Aug-1963) Rhonda – *film debut
Muscle Beach Party (25 Mar 1964) Animal
Sex and the College Girl… 22 more words

Beach Party

Engage

Tonight, I was teaching this painting, Final Frontier, at Artistic Abandon.

When it was time to start painting the planets, I explained what to do and then I said, “Engage.” Not one single person laughed. I am such a dork.

Humor