You can take the Canadian out of the country, but you can’t take the country out of the Canadian.

And yes I’m vaguely aware that I may have already posted this in the past. Tough, I’m posting it again for my own amusement.


Just another one of those “It’s just too damn cool” posts that I pop off with every once and awhile. This time around, I bring you the LEGO rendition of Serenity, the Firefly class starship from Joss Whedon’s show of the same name.

I love it when people with too much imagination and time on their hands makes stuff like this. It gives me hope that there’s a place for me in the universe.

Let The Geekery Begin!!!

Woooooooo Hoooooooo!

For those of you who remember the Classic PC game Star Control and it’s sequel Star Control II: The Ur-Quan Masters, I bring you a link to someone who has ported Star Con 2 so as it is playable on current systems.

Rock the Fuck on! This was one of my all time favourite PC games.

I have vague recollections about there being a Star Con 3 originally as well, but I think it sucked. No matter as #2 was my favourite anyways.

*Scampers off to download this bad boy and take it for a drive around Nostalgia block*

Star Control II: The Ur-Quan Masters

Launch Fighters!

Ideas Awhirl…

And so the momentously rusty gears that reside inside the infinite vastness of my skull have begun to turn once more. The floodgate on the waterwheel of my creative genius has opened and I’m starting to scribble stuff down again. Part of it is novel-esque storyboard stuff, part of it is gaming environmental and background information for my fantasy campaign, Tarsere (which also loosely links in to the storyboarding), and part of it is for a couple of new rpg campaigns that I’d like to start, namely a space campaign along the lines of Firefly and another that is a world/dimension hopping campaign in a similar vein to Stargate with a bit of Sliders thrown in.

Now all I need is a) players for these campaigns and b) a juicy book deal from a major publisher. Sadly A will come long before B but there is always hope.

Anyways, I’m going back to doing whatever it was I was doing before I decided to share this infinitely useless piece of minutia.