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Sci-Fi bliss

Posted in Crazy Wisdom on Tuesday, September 27, 2005 at 12:43 pm by flerly.

Got my Serenity: The Roleplaying Game book yesterday, which I perused cover-to-cover last night. Wheeee…. me likey. Hopefully JT will likey, too. Although, chances of a regular RPG gathering among the people we know here…. slim to none.

Thanks to for the heads-up on the Sci-Fi Firefly marathon, that apparently started at noon today. Then, tonight after House, we should catch the 10pm special Sci-Fi Inside: Serenity, for a half-hour glimpse of the movie that starts FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY! Wheeeeeee!

Oh! I should also mention that I’m still jazzed at finally getting to visit Atlanta’s IKEA last night with . True to ‘s prediction, she went in for one thing and came home with five, plus we ate dinner there. I’m not sure why it seemed hilarious to me to see whole families having their dinners at the IKEA cafeteria, but it did.



  1. kvinna has made a Comment

    Holy Moley! I must see Inside: Serenity. What timezone are we talking about here?

    September 27, 2005 @ 2:02 pm

  2. flerly has made a Comment

    Well, I’m in the ATL so eastern. =)

    September 27, 2005 @ 2:25 pm

  3. petulant_derek has made a Comment

    I didn’t even know they still made table-top RPG games. I figured that stuff was heading for extinction with the proliferation of MMORPG. I recently took a giant box of AD&D books, materials, dice, etc to a local comic book shop and got basically nothing for the lot. The guy said there was no demand and that everyone was dumping their table-top materials. 🙁 I guess I’ll always have a fondness for classic RPGs, but I suspect the video-game generation will never have the patience or the imagination.

    September 28, 2005 @ 8:57 am

  4. flerly has made a Comment

    I think I’ve wooed JT into wanting to try roleplaying, by regaling him with stories from many wacky allnighters, fueled by doughnuts and Mountain Dew. Honestly, the adventure is one thing, but the social interaction of a roleplaying troupe just can’t be replaced.

    September 29, 2005 @ 11:36 am

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