Re: HOW do people ever write books?
- From: Allison Turner- <betonica@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 14 Sep 2006 08:53:49 -0400
on 14 Sep 2006 00:52:17 -0400, Hobart Floyt stated:
"Aahz Maruch" <aahz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
In article <12fve20re6ie479@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Hobart Floyt <AlacrityFitzhugh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The look on the Moore's face was priceless when I asked my
"What? You didn't tell me that not everyone here would be
I don't think he has the fan base that Babylon 5 had.
There was little evidence at Worldcon, and the panel
just before his at the end was better attended (Despite
not even being listed on the program. Robert Picardo
was actually quite good-natured about it and can
really sing.) than the "reimagined" Battlestar writer's panel.
If Ron Moore wanted worshipping he should quite trashing
the original show (he thought the "space clothes" were
just awful) and its fans. His version has been
on for two years and you'd think they would have
gotten beyond dissing the original to justify his version.
Besides, I did not like his creepy giggle after he
he mentioned "an extended rape seen" on the DVD.
He wasn't expecting someone to show up in this
(4th photo down):
Oh! That's Eugenia. Haven't seen her since some
DenverBoink, eons ago.
I take it I'm missing some context, not having a tv.
Marvelous summer housemate even tried to get me hooked
on Buffy, but it didn't take. I have watched some Duchess
of Duke Street and a few other things, though.