Why Couldn’t It Have Been OJ?

Seems ironic to me, after my "Nice Beaver" post yesterday that I must say this today: RIP Leslie Nielsen As I have said before, I am not a celebrity watcher. I do not worry about what Bradgelina are doing with the army they are currently raising before looking at how my kids are raised. However, today I add a fifth to my list of deceased celebrities that affected me. The list, until yesterday: Douglas Adams George Carlin Robert Palmer John Ritter I lean towards those with a sense of humour. Neilsen, on my list does hold the distinction of being the lone Canadian so far. Originally from Saskatchewan, Neilsen was 84. Leslie...thank you for making me laugh and think...not sure anyone outside of Canada might have seen some of your [Read more...]

Suggested Viewing

"Earth that was could no longer sustain our numbers...we were so many..." - Teacher, Serenity I've decided to share a few of my favourites. Over the past five years I've shared tidbits, but now something more direct. Tonight, I'm going to take you all back in time. To a time when I still watched regular television. A Friday evening in late September, 2002. Joss Whedon's newest show, Firefly debuted that evening. A show about a little transport ship crossing the Verse looking for work. Captain Malcolm Reynolds and the eight other crew on the good ship Serenity, Firefly Class. At the time, Firefly was one of the best written shows no one watched. As no one watched, they did thirteen episodes before it was cancelled. A space based show [Read more...]