"(FALLOUT) fires on all cylinders, then takes those cylinders, supercharges them, fills them all with nitroglycerin, puts each one in its own microwave within a nuclear power plant, sets the timers for 5 seconds, and then yells, 'RUUUUUUN!' just to see what happens."
I read Ernest Cline's Ready Player One because of Robin Williams. Shortly after Williams's passing, I caught a radio replay of an interview with him that was conducted by Whoopi Goldberg. At one point in the interview, she simply asked him, "What are you reading?" His response: "Ready Player One." If I remember correctly, she, like... Continue Reading →
I've never considered myself a Trekkie. I watched some of the original Star Trek series in syndication as a kid (I'm not old enough to have watched it as it originally aired. It feels so nice to say that.) but it never hooked me. I did enjoy J.J. Abrams's 2009 Star Trek, however, and -... Continue Reading →