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By T'Bonz
February 8, 2008 - 4:28 AM

Hello World!

Iíve often noticed that the phrase ďfeast or famineĒ is quite true when it comes to my life. Either nothing happens, or everything happens at once. Sometimes, like in the past few months, itís having multiple health issues hit simultaneously. Other times, it will be something as simple as having four shows that I want to see that end up being on at the same night and time. Or Iíll get a phone call and while Iím talking to someone on my landline, my cellphone will ring. Online, some nights Iím in chat alone while on other nights, I can barely keep up with the multiple conversations.

There are some days that seem longer than others with a light workload. Then I get a day like tonight, where Iíll be working until midnight. To add insult to injury, there are all sorts of fun genealogy things that arrived this week, but Iíve barely had time to glance at them. Where were they on one of my slow days?

What makes life like this? Why canít we have perfectly balanced days, where there is just the right amount of work to fill the day while still leaving some time to relax? Why canít that new interesting documentary be on tomorrow, when there is nothing on television, instead of against another good science show?

I donít know. I guess Iíll continue to grumble about it while throwing the DVD in the burner to record the show that Iím missing while Iím watching another one. As for the landline/cellphone problem? Thatís easy. The cellphone gets turned off!

Hereís to the weekend and a chance to relax.

Jolan Tru,
TíBonz

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Trek Two Years Ago

These were some of the major news items from February 2006:

  • 40th Anniversary Conventions Announced
    Planet Xpo has announced plans for a 40th anniversary Star Trek celebration in September at the Science Fiction Museum in Seattle.

  • 'Legacy' May Use Voices of Star Trek Actors
    New ships and familiar voices may be part of the new games Star Trek: Legacy and Star Trek: Tactical Assault, coming soon from Bethesda Softworks for Xbox 360, Nintendo DS and Sony PSP.

  • Burton Talks Drama, Diversity, Respect & 'Reading Rainbow'
    LeVar Burton (LaForge) brought his VISOR to visit G4's Sarah Lane, joking that he was afraid she wouldn't recognize him without it. "I brought a little show and tell," Burton joked in a video interview at G4's web site, pulling the VISOR out of a box when the host said that it was good to be able to look him in the eyes.

More news can be found in the archives.

Poll Results

Below are the results of the most recent TrekToday poll:


Who Were the Ugliest TOS Aliens?
Tellarites 38.2% - (180 Votes)
Hortas 22.7% - (107 Votes)
The Gorn 15.7% - (74 Votes)
Other 12.1% - (57 Votes)
Tholians 7.8% - (37 Votes)
Klingons 2.9% - (14 Votes)

Total Votes: 470

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Those celebrating birthdays this week:

Friday, Feb. 8 Ethan Phillip (Neelix)
Sunday, Feb 10 Jerry Goldsmith (Composer)
Thursday Feb 14 Andrew J. Robinson (Elim Garak), Simon Pegg (Young Montgomery Scott)

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