I can’t embed the video – maybe Chris can – but here’s a link to the Fox17 newscast about the whole Jeopardy! thing.
No, not me. I’d choke up like a vegan at a hot-dog eating contest. The Global Spin community is much better represented by Deana, if this 10-second teaser video is any indication.
Deana appears this Friday, June 22nd. Check your local listings, etc, and watch with us. (Seriously, how often is it that I actually recommend watching television?)
UPDATE: An article at GVNow has more details.
Be vewwy quiet…..
Once again, Keith Olbermann gets right to the point and says it in a way I never could:
At the dedication of the Gettysburg Memorial — barely four months after the last soldier staggered from another Pennsylvania field — Mr. Lincoln said, “we cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract.”
Lincoln used those words to immortalize their sacrifice.
Today our leaders could use those same words to rationalize their reprehensible inaction. “We cannot dedicate, we can not consecrate, we can not hallow this ground.” So we won’t.
Instead they bicker and buck pass. They thwart private efforts, and jostle to claim credit for initiatives that go nowhere. They spend the money on irrelevant wars, and elaborate self-congratulations, and buying off columnists to write how good a job they’re doing instead of doing any job at all.
You must, must, must read the rest of his post. And let’s hope others do, too.
So, you may or may not know that SciFi.com is hosting a set of ten Battlestar Galactica “webisodes” to lead up to the Season 3 premiere. They’re being released every Tuesday and Thursday, and at 3-4 minutes apiece they’ll add up to (approximately) a full episode worth by the time they’re all released. From the quality of the first one, I can guess that they’ll be just as compelling to watch as any episode might be.
So here’s the thing. I just had a thought about how to watch them in true rabid-fan form: watch all of the released webisodes each time one is released. That would mean watching the first two tonight, then the first three next Tuesday, and the first four on Thursday… and then watching the whole shebang on Thursday night before the premiere. Is that insane?
I’ve already thought about re-watching the last
few four or five episodes of Season 2 again, and that’s a lot longer than all of those webisodes put together. Actually, with the factorial counted in, it’s about the same length. Still, though… what do you think?