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Daily Archives: April 12, 2013
After grumbling about “Oblivion” to my lab colleagues right after the afternoon screening at the local theater today, I thought about how easily I could rate this derivative SF film. As a matter of fact, it is so derivative that … Continue reading
It was chilly and a bit cloudy, but it was a lovely picnic time at the campus with occasional sunshine.
It’s still chilly, but flowers are everywhere – and so are the ruthless avian campus gangs.