Hey, all. Sorry I haven’t been able to post more, but the world’s kind of crazy and stupid, school’s keeping me busy, I still don’t have a proper computer; you know—
Wait, something’s happening today, but I can’t quite—
[Consults wall calendar, hash marks on wall next to wall calendar, and old-fashioned page-a-day desk calendar (1)]
…Oh, yeah, it’s the day before Valentine’s Day, the 97th anniversary of the League of Nations recognizing the perpetual neutrality of Switzerland, the 17th anniversary of the death of Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz, and—
TWO YEARS, BITCHES!
(No GIFs because, like I said, no proper computer yet.)
 They still sell these, I think.
12. “Joan Crawford”
11. “Shooting Shark”
10. “Then Came the Last Days of May”
9. “Black Blade”
8. “(Don’t Fear) the Reaper”
7. “Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll”
6. “Flaming Telepaths”
5. “Sole Survivor”
4. “Burnin’ for You”
3. “Fire of Unknown Origin”
2. “Veteran of the Psychic Wars”
A Very Long and Heavily Involved Post about The Sexuality of Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu in the Upcoming Star Trek Movie (and Presumably Further Works Set in the Kelvin Timeline, as Well as Possibly in the Prime Universe), Considered from the Viewpoint of Someone who Is Both a Star Trek Fan and A Member of the LGBT Community…
Sure, why the hell not?
Okay, gotta say something about this week, if only because I’ve been slacking since May.
Here goes: I am nearly at the point of not having a rat’s ass to give about whether or not black, blue, all, green, pink with purple polka-dots, orange, zebra-striped, or all lives matter. And I know that sounds callous, but I just want people to stop killing one another. It’s that damned simple. Enough already, whatever–you know, I can’t do my whole aloof-above-it-all commentator routine, since I want to sneer in contempt or put my fist through the monitor. So, here’s what I’ve got to say: Stop murdering each other. More substantive content to resume eventually.
I might be more likely to contribute if you didn’t send me e-mails every fifteen minutes. And if I weren’t broke.
So, the projected release date for “Building a Better Batman” was perhaps a tad overoptimistic. For one thing, the Batman vs. Superman review took a lot out of me. For another, most of my time’s been eaten up by work on a thing I can’t discuss. Probably it’ll be up by mid-May. (“Building a Better Batman,” that is. Though the thing could start by then also.)