Frozen Dinner in SPAAAAACE!

I got a chuckle out of this one as I wrote it. It's amazing how your priorities can get a bit muddied when lost in space. Filling your belly, alien contact, filling your belly, alien's all good. It's a win-win.

As a side note, I saw Transformers 2 this evening. I found myself a bit bored at times. It wasn't a bad movie, but I would have liked to have felt a little bit more fulfilled in the end. Oh well, Micheal Bay isn't a story teller, he blows things up better then anyone else and films it better then anyone else.That's what I got from this movie. Nothing more. Nothing less. Hopefully in T3 we'll get a little Dinobot action.

Till Monday!


posted by Don Oskowski @ 1:02 AM,


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In 1948, twenty-one years before man landed on the moon, the United States secretly reached the stars and beyond. After opening a conduit to another galaxy, Captain Lucas Masterson finds himself in an unknown galaxy in the future. After the conduit unexpectly collapses, Masterson must now find a new way home.

Conduit Flux: By Don Oskowski

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