Sunday, February 7, 2010

Byes to the Contest, KKC Updates, and Caprica

Okay, it turns out that the contest I was going to enter is way  more complicated than I thought it would be. Basically, if I still wanted to enter, I would have to write a 300 word "pitch," a "biographical information" piece, completely finish Clockwork plus all editing and revising and table of contents and acknowledgements and, well, everything in 13 hours. Not going to happen, unless my friend David's time machine gets out of the repair shop on the moon sometime this year. It's in there because of an incident with cheese. The good news is, before I looked at all of the requirements and stuff, I wrote a synopsis of the rest of the plot. Now I have a better idea of what's going to happen.

On the subject of the KKC, I can barely walk today, and when I do, it looks really weird and (obviously) hurts a lot. We're going to have to do a lot of walking up and dow hills today, apparently, in order to help us recover.

Now for a review of last week's episode of Caprica.

Lacey and Robot-Zoe entered the tiny virtual room where Zoe's dad was keeping the other guy (can't remember his name)'s daughter. They let her out into the virtual nightclub. Now the guy is mad at Zoe's dad because his daughter is no longer there. We saw the semi-evil nun talk to these people that are part of Soldiers of the One while in a virtual room with a candle. She's trying to find Zoe's Avatar (robot Zoe). Robot Zoe is trying to escape to the planet Geminon because she knows that's what Real Zoe wanted her to do. Apparently she has some sort of mission there.Zoe's parents are being attacked because Zoe's mom announced to the world that her daughter was a terrorist (which she wasn't- it was her boyfriend who blew up the train).

Both after the episode (Friday night) and yesterday, we (my dad, sister, and I) mentioned to each other that we really want to watch the entire rest of the season in 1 day just so we can find out what haopens.


  1. It was a valiant effort, and I'm sure you will be published someday: A little birdy from the future told me so....

  2. Oh, I'm not worried about that. As a last resort, I can always self-publish. :)


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