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I've just fallen head first into *another* TV fandom. The sad part is it's for a TV Show that's not even on TV. It doesn't even exist!


Welcome to "The Shadow Unit" - the greatest television show that never existed.

[Lifted right from 'The Shadow Unit' wiki]
Shadow Unit is an action-adventure police procedural with fantasy elements. The series documents the work of the Anomalous Crimes Task Force, part of the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit.

Launched in 2008, Shadow Unit's first season featured a teaser (Beginning) followed by eight episodes including a multipart season finale. Season 2 also contained eight episodes; both seasons have multiple DVD extras associated with them.

Shadow Unit is currently in Season 3; a fourth season is planned.

It's all they're faults! List of Shadow Unit's Powers That Be.

Go here and see what Emma Bull says about the Shadow Unit's origin.

I am/have been a Trekkie, a Browncoat, a Bab-Fiver, a Gater, an Atlantian, oh hell, a whole bunch of 'titles'. but now you can add being a 'Delta' to that.

Sheesh! Just when I thought it was safe to stick my head out of the water. Or, in my case, my Kindle.

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"Spots the Space Marine"

Go. Read. Become part of the 'Spots Movement'.

You'll never look at baking cookies in quite the same light again.
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Yet another addition to my ongoing "Twilight" commentary.


Nov. 24th, 2009 05:03 pm
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Classic Spooky Traditional Vampire: 1

Sparkly Glittery Wanna-be Vampire: 0

Now let the Flame Wars begin....

Just what?

Nov. 20th, 2008 07:29 pm
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I mean, really. I know "Twilight" is being touted as a 'good film' and an 'impending cult classic', but ... Forks, WA?

Someone needed to uproot their life and move to Forks because of this book series?

Twilight - How a book touched a town.

It's Forks, FCOL! I mean, it's nice, in it's own way. I've been there and it's a nice, quiet place to visit. And to be honest, I probably wouldn't mind living there for a while, even if it is a lot grayer than here in the Puget Sound Metroplex.

But, come on ...

Forks, WA?

{BTW: I read the first book in the series. It was okay, but not something I'd uproot my family for.}
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The title says it all. Banned Book Week

from the American Library Association:
“BBW celebrates the freedom to choose or the freedom to express one’s opinion even if that opinion might be considered unorthodox or unpopular and stresses the importance of ensuring the availability of those unorthodox or unpopular viewpoints to all who wish to read them. After all, intellectual freedom can exist only where these two essential conditions are met.”

I have no problem with parents making a decision about what they feel is appropriate for their children to read, but I strongly disagree that they have the right to make that decision for other people's children. And that they have any right to have books removed from the library or other public forum because they don't like it.

I may be bat-shit crazy and read weird, freaky things - or even write them on occosion, but that's my choice. A person's right to censor others ends with their skin.


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