It’s never to early to bring out the geek in children and as several close friends have been or are moving to the realm of parenthood, I’m always on the lookout for the perfect gift to start their kid on the road to sci-fi geekdom and cafeteria wedgies. One should always start with the [...]
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Yesterday was the 44th anniversary of the original Star Trek series. I’ll admit it, I’ve always come down a bit more on the side of Star Wars, but I’ll always have a soft spot for the original Trek, if only because of the genius of Leonard Nimoy. Both my parents were Star Trek nerds – [...]
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For the sci-fi literary geeks who can’t stay out of the kitchen. Your friends know how much you love cooking with spices. What they don’t know is exactly what kind of spice you are using. Ok, so melange is kind of addictive and might turn you into a space-folding mutant, but on the other hand, [...]
Sure, one of the layers would have to have been dairy-free because of the ova-vegetarian husbeast, and maybe some of our guests would have been freaked out, but I don’t think it’s a stretch to think that the nerds who constituted the majority of our wedding guests would have appreciated it.