On November 26, 1863, the United States celebrated its first official Thanksgiving. Aside from the small matter of the Civil War, the Union had a lot to be grateful for. Business was good. The nation’s boundaries and population were growing. Relations were peaceful with every foreign power except the Confederate…
One final time travel piece. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to locate my photograph, but it was a snap of HG Wells tooth. A rather large fang, worthy of a Moorlock, had been extracted from the author of The Time Machine and the dentist kept it.
Flip those dueling whatsamahcallits and tune up those kitchen utensils. Don’t try this if you are allergic to nuts. But yes, Squirrel, you can have a “P”. By “special” request, here is a little quiz to test the grey matter before you stick it in the blender and make bruan.
What’s everyone doing?
For the teachers and students out there.
I didn’t make it to see Thor or go out with Mr. Feathers. Our middle daughter has a really ugly virus and there rest of us don’t feel so good either. I’m just poking around some of my favorite sites looking to distract my
This is the time of year where we thumb our nose at our Canadian Balkers and pretend that the only possible day of the year that Thanksgiving could be is the fourth Sunday in November. Also, I think that Bart + Lenny= Pie, the same way that Lisa-Marge=Owl. Do your own Thanksgiving math.
So how was the end of Time Travel Week for you?
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Good Morning, lazy peeps. What’s going on in your world?
So how was it?
The final six episodes of Timeslip, written by Victor Pemberton, incorporated a sketch reminiscent of Da Vinci’s Vetruvian Man into the opening titles. As the ominous tones of Edouard Michael’s Rite de la Terre fade the caption tells us this is The Day of The Clone.
I’ve got a bad feeling about today. Things are going to go wrong. What plans do you have that the universe is going to thwart?
Since it’s McAdams’ 39th birthday (already???) and what with the theme..... I don’t care who you are, you will absolutely fall in love with Bill Nighy in this charming, sweet, and funny little time travel tale. This is also a good non-threatening choice for holiday viewing with the relatives.
The third adventure in the Timeslip saga begins with a brief sojourn in the present day (1970). Here certain concepts that have been seeded in previous episodes begin to take a firmer hold. There will be further trials and revelations over the next eight episodes, titled The Year of the Burn Up.
Happy Friday or whatever day it is in your space/time continuum.