June 12, 2009

Star Trek



Which I am seeing with Nyx, Vicky, Dora, Tierra, and possibly Ginny as well. We'll see. I am looking forward to it immensely. Hopefully I can stop hacking for long enough to actually watch a movie. Stupid mild allergies.

I was going to add another English essay, but I discovered that the next one on my hit list had already been added here. Early March seems so ridiculously far away. I didn't even have readers then. How utterly absurd.
Ah, well. Have a couple of cartoons from xkcd.com to cheer you up.


7 comments:

vicky/bruney said...

hahaha...I read the Sturkin post...I was just a silent/non posting reader at that point because I didn't know if you were ok with the fact that you had readers though...!!!
Hahaha...i'm sooo excited for star trek...you know what would be really funny...if we pretended like we were all immense star trek geeks and we could pretend that we are obsessed and blurt out random stuff during the movie, (this actually a description of Hiemlech when Harry Potter comes out--which you seem to be able to say in Spanish...!) I try to get my family to do silly stuff like this on vacation, for example, last summer I tried to get my family to pretend that our names were "Milly, Billy, Trilly and Gazilly Anair...) for some odd reason they wouldn't go for it...?

dora said...

i loved it so much!
now we have more greetings to say to each other!!

dora said...

oh and i finally figured out how to comment yay!

Tea said...

yay Dora! also, my family considered doing this when we went to Canada, but our names were all going to be different Greek foods: spanakopita, tyropita, baklava, kourambiedes, and shish kabob. I believe I was spanikopita.

live long and prosper. I'll be watching your .... umm .... i can't remember what it was.....

Jackie said...

I'LL BE MONITORING YOUR FREQUENCY!!

Gretchen said...

is star trek like star wars?

Tea said...

yes, but with more accents.