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13 Great Science Fiction Villains

Here are my 13 Favorite Villains from Science Fiction/Fantasy Movies:

1. Darth Vader (from Star Wars)- Probably the most quoted and mimicked villain of all time. He’s a classic. And James Earl Jones’ voice made that character cool.
Best Quote: “No, I am your father.”

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Tag: The Name Game

Tag: The name game
Crystal tagged me for this Name Game:

1. YOUR REAL NAME:
Angela

2. YOUR GANGSTA NAME: (first three letters of your name, plus izzle)
Angizzle. Yo.

3. YOUR “FLY Guy/Girl” NAME: (first initial of first name, first three of your last)
Asch. Sounds like someone’s about to sneeze.

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SciFi Book Meme

Another meme taken from Carl :

Science Fiction, Fantasy or Horror?
Science Fiction. I know you never would have guessed. Though I do love a lot of fantasy series as well.

Hardback or Trade Paperback or Mass Market Paperback?
Hardbacks, only if I plan on keeping the book or rereading it several times. Otherwise, I’d rather not spend the money. I usually go with mass market, cheaper and smaller (to fit in the purse).

Heinlein or Asimov?
Asimov. The one Heinlein novel I tried reading, didn’t go so well. But I’ve enjoyed the few works of Asimov that I’ve read.

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13 Great Star Trek IV Quotes

13 Great Quotes from the wittiest Trek movie, Star Trek IV – The Voyage Home:

1. [after landing and cloaking a Klingon spaceship in Golden Gate Park]
Kirk: Everybody remember where we parked.

2. [Explaining Spock’s odd behavior]
Kirk: Oh, him? He’s harmless. Part of the free speech movement at Berkeley in the sixties. I think he did a little too much LDS.

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Lost Calling

Since Tuesday night is a slow TV night, I just read all evening. I finished up Lost Calling, by Evelyn Vaughn. This is the first in the Madonna Key series and falls into the category of romantic suspense.

Catrina Dauvergne is a museum curator who finds herself in the midst of an earthquake in Paris, France. When she falls into a fissure, she discovers special artifacts among bones dating back 200 years. When she touches the artifacts, she has visions of the women who owned the pieces when they were alive.

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