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    • Perfect ending for SG-1.

      14 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      Ok, this story line just flooded into my head and I have to write it down before I forget it.
      So Jack gets possessed by a goa'uld, maybe Ra or someone really kickass. So he's the new system lord on the block. But the thing about it is, now, not only does the goa'uld have a lot of power. He has Jack's knowledge of earth and or strategy. Most importantly of human strategy. So he begins kicking ass at almost every turn. Of course SG-1 has to win a few, especially if you're dragging this out over a season or two. In the very end he captures SG-1. You have to have him kill them at least once. That way the audience is willing to believe that he'll do it and not puss out at the last minute, but he brings them back to life because he's torturing them, kind of like Baal did to him. Anyway, throughout his reign Jack has been slowly acuiring technology, maybe by decoding an ancient repository, or maybe by taking it from other races that SG-1 has met that the goa'uld haven't, the Ashen for example. In any case a the end of the series he has a weapon that will totally wipe out the human race or earth or something. Then just before he can use it Jack's advanced brain allows him to overpower the goa'uld and use the weapon to kill all of the snake-heads. Then he dies, but snake-heads are all gone and Earth wins. Woohoo! Teach you guys to fuck with us!!

    • My faith in humanity is restored.

      14 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      The new Star Trek thread has reminded me that there are Trek fans out there who aren't complete idiots. I've experienced so many of that kind lately that I'd almost forgotten that I wasn't the only one left with a little class and intelligence.
      Ok, maybe not a lot of class, but you know what I mean. The media likes the image of all Star Trek fans as these geeky little losers. It's not me. Loser, well that's a matter of perspective, yeah? But I take pride in the fact that I'm not geeky or little. (I'm going to leave the last word slightly ambiguous. Think whatever you want.)
      Despite some poinltess bickering in the sponsor forum, (memories of the final days of Kedanya returning a bit. I know none of you have any idea what that means. It's really too bad to. We were once so great. Maybe with some help from the RvB community we can be again. If those self-important bastards will listen to me for once.) As I was saying, despite some silly bickering the sponsor forum has proved to be a haven from the chaos that permeates most of the areas on the site. The movie forum isn't bad, maybe there are a couple others, but at least there aren't as many nut jobs among the sponsors. You can't throw a rock in one of the other places without hitting about 100 psychos, and believe me, I'd know. I like throwing rocks.
      But my random tangent has gotten me thinking. Maybe RvB and Kedanya will be perfect for one another. It could work. I'm going to have to look into this further.

    • New pictures.

      14 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      I added some new pictures to express my love for some different stuff. Check 'em out.

    • People are morons.

      14 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      Can someone please explain to me why people feel it necessary to leave 3000 comments on an episode before they even see it? Ok, I understand. A lot of people aren't sponsors and they are eager to see the video when they realize that it is finished and has been released to sponsors, but it doesn't make a lick of since to make the episode comments unreadable because of it. I mean, when the episode is finally released people won't be able to comment because no one is going to sift through 9000 posts trying to find the relevant ones. Some people should be crucified to protect the gene pool at large from their idiocy.

    • What RvB has taught me.

      14 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      "Only now do you realize the folly of your idle chit-chat. Evil wins!" It's so true. No matter how much of a badass you are (and we all know Tex/Allison/Jennifer/Beth/Nevada whatever her name is, is pretty badass) you take a fall when you waste a bunch of time talking. If she'd walked up and shot Wyoming in the back of the fucking head everything would have been fine. So the lesson is kill your enemies first. Then go talk to your friends about it later. Talking to your enemies unnecesarilly can only cause trouble.

    • Friends

      14 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      Just added an attractive girl to my friends list. The first, here's hoping it's not the last. I would normally not make two journal entries in one day, but I figured a milestone like this one was worth noting. Thank you, Sarah.
      Speaking of which, for any women that happen to see this, I just broke up with my girlfriend, also a very pretty girl. Although I think details on what happened would be unnecessary. But I am now taking applications for her replacement. j/k Don't flame me, ladies, please. I'm not really that full of myself. (Not quite)
      Hey, this puts me up to 9 friends. Don't I feel special?! I guess it's better than those people who just accept friend invitations from anyone or even worse those guys who just send them to everyone. I hate those guys. I like to be a little picky about who exactly I accept as a friend.

    • Michael Crichton

      14 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      Reading someone else's journal has just reminded me of something I've been meaning to rant about somewhere for a while. Might as well be here. Michael Crichton is quite possibly my favorite author of all time. They need to either stop making movies out of his books or, and I would prefer this option, stop messing them up to the point where they are barely recognizable as being based on his work! I will give you a list of movies illustrating my point:
      Jurrassic Park - Great book. The movie was pretty good unless you have read the book at which point it fails misserably to live up to its potential. I do still enjoy the movie though.
      The Lost World - This is one of my all-time favorite books and the movie is twisted to the point that it bears little to no resemblance to the awesome read. There are no elements in common except for some names. And WTF was the whole thing with taking the T-rex to San Diego? I could go on about this piece of crap all day long.
      Sphere - Mind blowing book. If you haven't read it, do so now. I command it. The movie did something that I thought was virtually impossible. It managed to have Samuel L. Jackson in it and still be a wretched thing to watch.
      Timeline - Oh what a remarkable book. Michael Crichton has a way of writting so that he seems to be an expert on whatever topic he chooses, quantum physics being the primary example here. When I heard they were making a movie I was excited and scared at the same time. After seeing the movie I was just sick. Paul Walker sucks period. No ifs ands or buts. If there was a single good actor or writter working on this movie it completely escaped my notice. And if they tried to use Crichton's work at all they must have bought the Cliff's Notes version of the book.
      There, my rant is ended for now. But a final thought, if you hear about a movie based on a "best selling Michael Crichton novel," buy the book and skip the movie. Save yourself a lot of grief.

    • Voting

      14 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      kmodlin just reminded me. If you are out there, and you're an American, and you're old enough to vote, and you chose not to, I hope something very bad happens to you. What's the point of living in a country as great as ours if you don't take advantage of the priviledges that we hold so dear? If you don't participate in the voting process you have no right to complain about America. In fact, as far as I'm concerned someone who takes his rights for granted like that should be deported to someplace where he can learn what it's like not to have them.

    • If you don't have a * next to your name

      14 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      you just aren't cool. Believe me, it makes you feel a lot better. You feel the pride of having contributed something to this community every time you see it. Besides that you get a * next to your name! It's just cool beyond words.

    • My avatar

      14 years ago

      datalaughing Always Right

      I just got a question asking whether it comes from Pi. While I can understand why someone might think that, the answer is no. That is a picture of Lee Harvey Oswald. History class, you can actually learn stuff. I know, I didn't believe it either, but it's true. gives a cheesey after-school-special thumbs up and smile

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