I had no idea that Estonian was Finno-Ugric!
(Discovered after someone sent a flower order through our system this morning with a message in what I initially thought to be Finnish)
Quite busy at the moment co-ordinating a trip to the Supanova convention next weekend. There is the possibility that I may be able to get some free tickets which (along with the fact that Jewel Staite is going to be there *g*) seems to have motivated the guys to want to go. What’ll happen if I can’t get any free tickets will be interesting.
One odd thing I’ve noticed over the last week of emailing back and forth about the event is that I have terrible trouble typing the word Staite. I always seem to type statite instead. The fact that I even know that “statite” is a word is slightly worrying.
Later: Water ice on Mars! W00t!! 😀
Farewell to the milkiest Battlestar of them all
Well they’ve (apparently – I’m not looking up the exact details for fear of spoilers) announced the end of Battlestar Galactica – conincidently on the same day my season three box set is shipped by Amazon. This is actually perfectly fine by me, the basic plot couldn’t possibly keep going season after season after season without the series turning really stale. Ending while it’s still a reasonably good show (as far as I know, only having seen seasons one and two) makes sense.
(It also gives them a great opportunity to pen a really crappy sequel series featuring flying motorcycles 🙂
As regards my box set, it’s going to take over a month to get here. This is merely more evidence for my sea otter theory regarding Amazon deliveries to the Asia-Pacific region.
PS: Why Milkybar? Trust me – linguists will be wetting themselves over that one 😉
SBS channels ye olde English bards.
From SBS World News last night…
“A lacklustre Golden Globes tarnishes tinseltown”
That’s almost Anglo-Saxon poetry! 😀
That’s all I’ve got to say