Posts Tagged ‘cassander’

Nacho Supreme

It’s never been easy for me to maintain a constant writing schedule.  A lot of it has to do with trying to decide what I want to say, how seriously I want to be considered, and how hard I want to work.  I’ve always been a lot more eager about the creation and planning aspect […]

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We Can Tell People to Go to Hell, and They Just Might Fall Through the Earth

What I like best about Greatsociety is that consistency has never been a primary concern.  In the early days of my readership I came for the Notes on the Margin series but quickly became absorbed by all the posts that described the spermy, freakazoid, booze-addled shadow world in which Nacho Sasha was both prophet and […]

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Top 20 Sci-Fi Defenses: Cassander (Gattaca)

Cassander’s list can be found here. Yesterday, he discussed Jurassic Park, and earlier today he hit Dark City and Inception. Below is the final part of his defenses — Gattaca.

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Top 20 Sci-Fi Defenses: Cassander (Dark City, Inception)

Cassander’s list can be found here. Yesterday, he discussed Jurassic Park, today he’ll hit Dark City, Inception, and, later today Gattaca.

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Top 20 Sci-Fi Defenses: Cassander (Jurassic Park)

Cassander’s list can be found here. Below, he discusses Jurassic Park, tomorrow he’ll hit Dark City, Inception, and Gattaca.

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Top 20 Sci-Fi Movies: Cassander’s List

When we first started talking seriously about this project, I knew that my colleagues Rotting Corpse and Nacho Sasha, slaves to the genre that they are, would be approaching their lists as if trying to whittle a toothpick out of a sequoia. Their depth and breadth of knowledge of not only the movies themselves but […]

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Balloon Buddies Are Back Attack *Click-Clack!*

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Ceaselessly into the Future

“I was thirty. Before me stretched the portentous, menacing road of a new decade.”–Nick Carraway in The Great Gatsby Context is always important.

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Liking Too Much of Everything

I’ve noticed a trend in recent years where, as Christmas approaches and I try to come up with lists of things I want for my friends and family, I am reminded of Christmas gifts of past years and my complete lack of utilizing or appreciating them.  This stems from two causes.

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It Might as Well Be Spring

I took this day off months in advance when I knew Nacho was coming down for a long weekend, tacking on an extra day off for recovery that, as it turns out, was hardly necessary.  We are not becoming old men, just men more easily affected by the weather.  So it’s more than appropriate that […]

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