Another Issue of the Wildly Unpopular Series “Behind Enemy Lines!”

Hey all.  I was worse of a shambles than usual this morning.  Actually slept through a documentary I was looking forward to watching.  A couple cups of coffee later and I was rushing out the door.  I blame the late night I pulled — just gave up and wrote the first half of the first chapter for the serial.  I am also raising money to hire someone to be a model for the cover if the first book with deals with Rhonda.  I am also trying to figure out I should conclude her tale.  If I go the temporary happiness route, then she will end up going back to the realm.  If I take the permanent happiness route, then she gets better and uses her circumstances to help herself and others.  Some of the other characters have a defined story arc, but Rhonda (I keep typing Rhona, dang it) is the one with a more nebulous story to be told.

Now, I am still getting everything to be set to sever the cord come later this year.  Thanks to my Blu-Ray player, I was able to get my Amazon account to my TV.  I took a quick tour through the Free Movies and I am surprised over the content that they have.  A lot better than what I was anticipating.  Between that, Apple and maybe VuDu — I should have no problem at all keeping myself entertained.

I continue my trip through the fogs of nostalgia with the D&DC set I got. “The Eye of the Beholder”… one of the weaker episodes.  Still better than here, but unless that beholder was far more allergic to flowers than I am, Sir John should have been one less arm than he was at the end of the episode.  At least, that’s what would have happened if I did it.  The first episode was a bit on the eye-rolling side with the “white hair/white hare” gag.  I do have to remind myself that it didn’t really hit it’s stride until late in the season.  The animation is clunky, but… well… I can blame this cartoon for at least two of my fetishes.

Well, I need to get back to the front.  Hope you all have a better day.

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