Virtual Bourgeois

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BSG: Razor Reaction

Posted by Gerald on November 25, 2007

I just got back from sampling Steve’s homebrew and watching BSG: Razor.  Here are some immediate thoughts before I go to bed.

1. Steve brews good beer.

2. The doctors who told me that my cat allergies would get better with middle age seem to have lied.

3. I enjoyed the movie, but I did have some reservations.  It didn’t tell me that much that I didn’t already know.  I agree with Steve’s wife that the “big kiss” was really out of character for Admiral Kane.  She was really strict on issues of protocol and that sort of thing just wouldn’t be done on the bridge of her ship.  Hell, James T. Kirk didn’t even kiss the “space babe” of the week on the bridge… usually.  Frankly, I thought it was a good, but not outstanding, episode of Battlestar.

4. That Quiznos-sponsored “now it is revealed” thing was one of the most jarring and crass instances of commercialism I’ve ever seen on TV.

5. I can’t wait for the new season to start in March.

6. There should have been a fifth season, damnit!

7. I have got to get me a high-def TV.

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2 Responses to “BSG: Razor Reaction”

  1. bridgett said

    On point #2 — it might be that you’re going to have an exceptionally long life and that you’re not at middle age yet.

    BSG is another of those things that John loves that I haven’t watched at all. He assures me it’s great, though.

  2. bridgett said

    I thought you’d find this funny.

    http://www.shortpacked.com/d/20071126.html

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