September 23rd, 2008

Heroes - Milo


Just watched the first five minutes of the season 3 opener (damn! Sooo impatient...). And I don't think it's terribly spoilery to say "bloomin' heck, I wasn't expecting that."

Looking forward to getting back from work so I can watch the rest of it.

(And it's a double bill! Two episodes to look forward to!)
Coupling - Stuck in the Giggle Loop

Neil Gaiman at the LSE, Friday 31st October

seiyaharris just posted this over at slack_n_slash, and it looked too good not to share. Sarah, y'interested?

Date: Friday 31st October (Hallowe'en)
Time: 6:30pm
Place: Old Theatre, London School of Economics

"Tickets are priced at 8 pounds and 6 pounds (concessions), and will entitle you to 2 pounds off either edition of the book on the night. The book officially goes on sale on the 30th October, so this should be a fun one.

Tickets can be purchased in two ways: come into the shop (Blackwell, 100 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0JG), or contact us by phone on 020 7292 5100 and we will send your tickets out to you. We expect the phone lines to be very busy for the first couple of days, so bear with us!"

Website: If you have any questions for now, email with 'Gaiman' in the header.
Coupling - Stuck in the Giggle Loop

Ankle ramblings

My ankle is still giving me rather a bit of pain. Specifically the right hand side, the main joint. Although common sense is saying "if you'd broken something you'd know," I'm really starting to wonder if maybe I have broken something. I mean, most of the bruising has gone down, but there's still this one particular area of pain.

So...what do I do? Go to A&E, ask for an X-ray, find out the worst - or the best? End up on sticks for a while, maybe?

Which wouldn't be so bad if I didn't have Connotations coming up in just over a week with a mile walk from the hotel I'm staying in to the convention hotel.

Coupling - Stuck in the Giggle Loop


So, I've just been watching the first couple of episodes of Chuck, and enjoying it greatly - good fun, quirky, geeky, Adam Baldwin is hysterically funny and Yvonne Strahovski is very very pretty.

And just when I thought it couldn't get any better, I realised that Chuck has a Tron poster on his bedroom wall.

Yay! The geek shall inherit the earth. Indeed, it's possible that we already have.