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Dukes of Hazzard, literally a modern day fairy tale

23 August, 2012 (15:08) | Uncategorized | By: Lancer Kind

You remember those Duke boys? Of course you do if you’re at least 37 years old. Though with the recent Dukes of Hazzard movie, there’s a whole new generation of fans of Duke-dom. The Dukes enjoyed worldwide viewership and was an American icon. (In the ’80s, I heard reports that people in Portugal thought that […]

Help Make the Hugos “Right”

6 March, 2011 (15:42) | Uncategorized | By: Lancer Kind

Awards. They’re so elitist and yet it’s a time for us to get together and decide who among us should rule the science fiction literary roost. In contrast to the President who has no power because Congress and the Judicial branch spoil the party, the Hugo award winner has pure unadulterated power, babe! Those registered […]

Jan 14th, a Bit Storm will hit the Internet

10 January, 2011 (15:52) | Uncategorized | By: Lancer Kind

Daily Science Fiction started less than a year ago and has developed into a powerhouse of science fiction by pleasing it’s readership with new stories everyday, and they did it without disturbing trees. (A pleasing side effect of our speeding toward the singularity is that our forests will grow back because we won’t have time […]

Why Trekkies hate the ’09 Star Trek movie

29 December, 2010 (00:37) | Uncategorized | By: Lancer Kind

Hal and I were talking science fiction over beers one night, and for some reason Hal started listing a number of well thought out reasons why I shouldn’t have enjoyed the latest Trek. Before you could read this recounting, I used a high-tech, Xindi web technology to protected Hal Dace‘s identity from the hordes of […]

How a made for TV movie saved the world

6 September, 2010 (22:26) | Uncategorized | By: Lancer Kind

The real life situation was cliche enough for a movie (I’ll talk about the movie later): An actor who played in cowboy movies was president of the US and was insinuating that the next toughest country was evil. Both sides had the firepower to destroy the world many times over. But then a movie came […]