I hate house work.  I spent all saturday painting the stairs at my house only to have a sudden thunderstorm and was a lot of it away.  I had also put wood putty out to cover up some holes and the rain hasn’t let up enough to come close to drying.  So not only did we not finish getting the house ready to sell, but we now have more work cleaning it up, before we can finish…


From thinkgeek.com  Honestly, I want one, but $140 is way too much for me.

I read this on a blog post here and it perfectly expresses my thoughts from excitement to dread.

Sam Raimi is producing a syndicated series based on Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth series. Called Wizard’s First Rule, the first season is comprised of 22 episodes and is going into production this may. While this may excite Goodkind fans, let me remind you that Raimi is also responsible for Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess. If Wizard’s First Rule follows them in theme and camp, I will join the rest of you in the mass weeping.

In this corner, the current champions, keeping the dream alive for the long haul, and hailing from http://rifftrax.com and “The Film Crew” we have:

Mike Nelson
Kevin Murphy (tom servo from 2nd season on)
Bill Corbett (Crow on Sci-Fi network run)

And in this corner, the former champions, almost all of whom left because they thought “it was getting old” but then didn’t find anything new to do, now living at http://cinematictitanic.com and looking to regain the title:

Joel Hodgson (Joel Robinson)
Trace Beaulieu (Dr. Clayton Forrester and Crow)
J. Elvis Weinstein (Season 1’s Tom Servo and Dr. Laurence Erhardt who was replaced by TV’s Frank)
Mary Jo Pehl (Pearl Forrester)
Frank Conniff (TV’s Frank)

And the winner is MSTies everywhere.  Awesome.

Ha! From ninjas to the bible. My sister-in-law was being told in her church that if she didn’t tithe she was stealing from God. Since stealing is a sin and her husband wouldn’t let her give to the church, she felt like she was going to Hell because of it. My wife was very concerned of course and asked me to do some research on it. This is the email I wrote for her: Read the rest of this entry »