Come on! If there is one thing Babylon 5 has taught us, it should be that the Universe has its own plans for us all. I don't think it sucks at all. A year ago, as far as we knew, Babylon 5 was over. Now, we've had a good telemovie, a still thriving possibility for a series, and an almost guarentee of at least some other venture into the Babylon 5 universe in the future!
Of course the Universe sucks. Gravity sucks, and the Universe has lots of gravity, not to mention its opposite, comedy.
You're speaking treason! Olivia De Havilland as Maid Marian
Fluently! Errol Flynn as Robin Hood
You're talking treason! Olivia De Havilland as Arabella Bishop
I trust I'm not obscure. Errol Flynn as Dr. Peter Blood
Pallindromes of the month: Snug was I, ere I saw guns.
Doom an evil deed, liven a mood.
I dreamt that it was on TV and that I was gonna see it, but then my sister turned it off, and in the time that it took me to turn it on, it was already over. (okay, so it's a dream, stuff works a bit differently
My name: Solaris5....
My mission: to burst the bubble of idiocy that has enveloped everyone and bring common sense back from beyond the rim.
I had one very weird dream that really surprised me. More than usual, I mean.
When I was taking an upper-level math class we were given a take-home midterm. 4 questions, to be solved in 4 weeks. Needless to say: they were killer questions. And no tutor on campus could help us (this was a senior level class, the math tutors only covered through Calculus, usually, maybe into a few 200-levels).
I actually dreamed the basic part of a solution to one of the 4 questions. I still don't know how it happened. It has never happened since. But I was stuck on that problem until I “dreamed” the basic way to approach the solution. By the way, I did get that question right, just in case you are curious.
"I do not believe that the same God who
has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use."—Galileo
I dreamed that I was hired to write for the Rangers series.
It was very much a writer's dream. I noticed little story threads from everything I've been writing hanging about in the conceptual conversation I was having with my boss - who's my boss here, somehow serving as story editor or head writer or SOMETHING. Stuff like - "Well, what if David sells his stamp collection?" (From Pynchon's The Crying Of Lot 49, which I'm currently studying).
I post that here because that's not exactly a story idea.
This thread reminds me of something. I have the habit of saying "God bless it!" when I am angry at something. I am trying to make myself break that habit. Sometimes I think about saying "Booji bless it!" and then I have to laugh. Then I realize that I'm not angry any more. Funny how that works, doesn't it? /ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif