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[#] Thu Dec 11 2003 05:39:51 EST from Patriot @ PixelBBS

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That's not actually fair. I haven't seen it yet (TiVO'ing it so I can watch the whole thing at once), but I CAN tell you that no matter what you're watching if you come in after all the set up has been done you're USUALLY going to be confused as to what's going on.

[#] Thu Dec 11 2003 10:55:27 EST from shazam @ Uncensored

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Nadia, sometimes some of my favorite movies are the ones you don't know what's going on till very late in the movie.

We saw Bow-something last night, Steve martin, Eddie Murphy. That was enjoyable, once in a while you just got to rent something stupid that'll make you laugh.

[#] Thu Dec 11 2003 10:56:00 EST from shazam @ Uncensored

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Otoh, it wasn't exactly science fiction. Well. No, not really. Ok, nevermind that I mentioned it here.

[#] Thu Dec 11 2003 11:42:51 EST from Tony Preston @ Uncensored

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The two shows are definitely darker, harsher than the orginal. The story line is fairly differnt and you really have to think that over forty
years, the colonials would have investigated/probed what the cylons were doing....

I did think Boltar was definitely a differnt sort of person, not really sure if you would say he was as bad as the original, he definitely would not
be the guy I would trust with making a cylon detector....:)

[#] Thu Dec 11 2003 14:15:43 EST from Ally @ Uncensored

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Bowfinger?

[#] Thu Dec 11 2003 15:28:19 EST from flynn @ Uncensored

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If anyone could make me a copy of Battlestar Galactica and send it up to me on a disc, that would be greatly appreciated. WE don't get the Sci-Fi Channel in Canada, and our scie-fi channel, Space, isn't carrying it. Just as a mpeg or avi onto disc would be great.

[#] Fri Dec 12 2003 04:30:09 EST from Zaphod Beeblebrox @ Uncensored

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They're showing both episodes of Battlestar
Galactica on the Sci-fi channel on sunday.
It's starts at 7pm est..

peace.zaphod.

[#] Fri Dec 12 2003 23:19:29 EST from nadia @ Uncensored

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maybe if i'm home i'll give it another chance...

[#] Sat Dec 13 2003 10:07:48 EST from Mr.T @ Uncensored

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Just started watching season 7 of DS9. <head explodes>

[#] Sat Dec 13 2003 16:31:30 EST from lund @ The Cocoon!

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A couple of years ago I read The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. I really liked that book. Then I read Stranger in a Strange Land and I was disappointed. Does anybody have any recommendations for Heinlen books similar to The Moon is a Harsh Mistress?

[#] Sat Dec 13 2003 21:47:55 EST from Patriot @ PixelBBS

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Yeah. Check out Cat who Walks Through Walls. It's got quite a few of the same characters. Also as a prequel to Cat, try 'Rolling Stones'. it details Hazel's earlier life...it's a juvenile book but it's good. :)

[#] Sat Dec 13 2003 22:53:02 EST from shazam @ Uncensored

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Oh, I liked DS9 for a while. But then there was one i really likes that everyone I know laughed at me for liking.. which was it now? Captain Janeway..

[#] Sun Dec 14 2003 07:12:57 EST from Mr.T @ Uncensored

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Shaz: That was Voyager, which IMO was a piece of crap.

Season 7 of DS9 is really intense, and wasn't available on video. DVDs came
out recently.

[#] Sun Dec 14 2003 08:10:44 EST from shazam @ Uncensored

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Mr.T, you'ew not alone in that opinion, but I liked it. lund, I had exactly the opposite expirience, read Stranger in a Strange Land first and loved it, later read The Moon is a Harsh Mistress and was disappointed. Though more recently I read The Door into Summer and was again disappointed. But it wasn't a bad read.

[#] Sun Dec 14 2003 10:43:54 EST from Ally @ Uncensored

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I like the first half of his books which have nothing to do with swapping chicks around for sex.

[#] Sun Dec 14 2003 16:12:32 EST from Patriot @ PixelBBS

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The 'chicks' do a fair amount of swapping as well, you know.

[#] Sun Dec 14 2003 12:54:53 EST from lund @ The Cocoon!

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That's what I didn't like about Stranger In a Strange Land. The sex stuff seemed gratuitous. There was unusual sex in The Moon is a Harsh Mistress too, but it didn't see as out of place. I also like stories about the moon and sentient computers, so I'm sure that's part of why I liked TMIAHM better.

[#] Mon Dec 15 2003 06:57:03 EST from Ally @ Uncensored

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And yet, strangely, the men don't get it on.
Gee, I wonder why I don't read anymore...
Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't realize that said Patriot (saw the P, thought Pete).

[#] Mon Dec 15 2003 09:31:00 EST from Richard @ The Cocoon!

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Samuel R. Delaney is a good writer that I think has ruined some of his books with sex. I never finished Dhalgren for that reason.

[#] Mon Dec 15 2003 15:20:34 EST from Ian M. Shot @ Haven BBS

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You might try "The Man who Sold the Moon" which was very good. Starship Troopers was interesting, but don't compair it to the movie, they share only a name.

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