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The New Star Trek…

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On March 29, 2009
I’m trying to reserve judgment, but there’s a fundamental conflict that I just can’t get around with regards to the latest Star Trek. William Shatner’s James T. Kirk is one of the most compelling fictional characters ever developed, but is largely the result of an accident; Shatner’s mediocre acting combined unexpectedly with Roddenberry’s mediocre writing […]

Philip Jose Farmer, RIP

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On February 26, 2009

Philip Jose Farmer has passed at the age of 91. Riders of the Purple Wage is an enduring masterpiece. Of the Riverworld series I only really liked To Your Scattered Bodies Go and The Fabulous Riverboa

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