More fun other peeps who are discussing the topics we cover here. So, I’ll let them all do the talking. ~Jenn
5 silly reasons some people got into duels. I dig the females in the 1700s swordfighting about age claims. Like 1700s Reality TV.
A documentary about the “Greatest Stunts in World Cinema.” (below). I haven’t watched it yet–let’s chat in the comments about it when I do, yeah? ~Jenn
I think I would, in that the gentleman no doubt thought to himself: “I’ve got a great idea” before he grabbed the sword and beer bottle to defend himself. Right? ~Jenn
Amazing what you find when you do a Google Image Search for Sword/Beer:
So, what do you think, lovely lurkers? Is this a fun, sexy romp, or is it a tad sexist? I can’t quite tell, myself. I like the premise of it. And I guess the sequel is coming to the Nerdist channel soon. But…I dunno. Something about it makes me wince. Is it just me? Do I need to chill? Please comment here. ~Jenn
“I want a hamburger. No, cheeseburger. I want a hot dog. I want a milkshake. I want potato chips.”
Please to enjoy! ~Jenn
Two photos and a video from friend Ian Healy’s recent booksigning. Look here and at Nerds in Babeland for a review soon.
Parodyist Molly Ringwraith mashes up LOTR and Princess Bride, and manages to both parody and homage both of them at once. Well done, ma’am.
Through the lovely network that is Nerds in Babeland, I had the great honor of conducting one of my MinInterviews with none other than Ethan Nicholle, of Axe Cop fame. Below is the interview, which previously appeared here on Nerds in Babeland. Also, here is my NiB review of Axe Cop vol. 3: ~Jenn
5 Questions: Ethan Nicholle
Interviewer: Jenn Zuko Boughn
1) How has Axe Cop evolved as Malachai has gotten older? How do you see him evolving as Malachai continues to get older? What
It is, you know. Therefore, we have posted some awesome Captain Kirk fight scenes. Behold, The Most Unintentionally Funny Star Trek fights. This is original series only, as we’re talking Kirk. One of my personal faves is below. Note the cheesy pro-wrestling move, and the patented “Two-clasped-hand punch to the large muscle group.” ~Jenn