Monday, April 24, 2006



So much for the last post I wrote.
Been doing R & D on various stuff since season finales are coming close. CSI has trend with two of its shows-mine and original. Interactive on web. The promo for NY this week is disturbing. It will be even harder to write about. CSI has a scene which gives tips to last two episodes of season. A cast member could be gone, if I read right. Not sure, so don't quote. Fans of Miami are talking about the crime lab mole. Er, the traitor kind. They have it down to two. Someone gave an online interview which could be seen as a confession. Don't know, and would not tell if did. BL, though has a way to go before end. Renewed? Not confirmed. CSI:NY is. Bl-can see three characters out the exit door. Best guess? Paul Lewiston is set up for that.

Sunday, April 23, 2006



What happened to my blog? Half the posts are missing and the columns aren't even. I assume it has something to do with trying to put the posts into a organizational format of sorts. There are many many months of posts. Still...

With about a month of television before finales (at least one is a huge send off for leaving after 10 seasons), work heavy. Both my shows are ending same week. For next two weeks, I'll have both shows to review. After that... CSI has gone interactive for two shows-the one I do and original. Have ideas on that. NY's is disturbing, for subject matter and airing it. CSI tells me a cast member might be exiting permanently. I'm guessing here. CSI: Miami has a mole-er, traitor kind. Someone gave an interview, which, if read a certain way, could have been a confession. It matches guessing done by fans. I don't know, and would not say if I did. Boston Legal might have cleared the way for cast members to be leaving. I can think of three. Want my best shot? Paul Lewiston had already said he might not return fulltime. Makes sense.

Friday, April 07, 2006

Morons of the week



Here's a good idea: solicit an underage girl for sex, and use your real name! Have you heard about this?

A Deputy Press Secretary names Brian Doyle did exactly that, only he managed to get into a chat with an undercover cop working computer crimes!!! At least he did one thing right. Bloggers should be offended, they know from day one NEVER to give out personal info over the Net. No last names, addresses, even a phony ID would help. The media is laughing its head off, and the police are thrilled that someone so stupid is out there for them to reel in.

This is as bad as the nuke meltdown. The powers which be lost 150 keys to their power plant. Containing nuclear fuel. And we thought port security stank?

But worst of all? Cynthia McKinney. She was so arrogant that she figured by not wearing a pin even after being issued one as a member of Congress, she could dash through security! Actually, the pin would have allowed her to do exactly that. Which makes her repeated non wearing of said item perfect sense. BTW, dear, the new hairstyle shows you held your finger in the lightsocket for far too long.