Monthly Archives: November 2010

On Missed Opportunites

Not too long ago, Tyler Perry released his adaptation of “For Colored Girls.”  Also, within the last few days, Oprah Winfrey held a reunion of the cast from “The Color Purple” on her show.  Both are connected by their promotion … Continue reading

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“Chobits” is Now One Step Closer

In the Japanese animated Series “Chobits,” Japanese society changed for the overall worse when lifelike robots, called Persocons, could be purchased by the average person.  Much like Serial Experiments Lain and Bubblegum Crisis 2040 Tokyo, Chobits was to serve as … Continue reading

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Their Needs Are Being Served Elsewhere

This title came to mind after reading this post on Caprica’s inevitable cancellation at Deadline.com.  Of course, most of the comments lamenting the show being torpedoed follow many of the tenets of The Star Trek Fallacy without fail, and all … Continue reading

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