The crops of our quiet labor are starting to bear fruit. Jeffrey Rosado, host/creator of “The Culture of Pop” and “DVDMarquee” landed a nice little interview with Felicia Dayat DragonCon. He’s posted the lovely tidbit here: http://www.thecultureofpop.com/showarticle.php?id=178 Spread the word about the interview. There’s more to come! Special thanks to Felicia Day for the time. We know she was INCREDIBLY busy and it was far cool of her to take time out for us.
I don’t want this to sound too harsh, but sometimes I get tagged by these Internet memesand it just grates on my nerves until they’re raw. What I mean to say is, of course, I’m flattered that my friends thought about me enough to actually want to know random facts about me and include me in the meme. The problem is when I’m tagged with something like this, it lurks in my Inbox with a follow-up flag that waves at me every time I open my email.
The installers kept the appointment this time around – as of today we have Dish Networkadded to our plasmabox of glory. So far it’s good. We ate breakfast while watching bizarre shows from the other side of the planet. It’s amazing how quickly the wife tired of it 😉 That was a quick Americanization.
<dd class="wp-caption-dd zemanta-img-attribution" style="font-size: 0.8em;"> Image via <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:SuperDISH121.jpg">Wikipedia</a> </dd> </dl> One of the fortunes I’ve had this year was to finally obtain a “real” TVset to replace the small dinky tube I’ve had since I moved out of my house. In case you’re wondering, that’s about 19 years ago. I had promised myself that once I obtained a home theater-type of setup, I was going to load it up with plenty of HD services.