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A Jeremiah RPG [Nov. 13th, 2004|04:09 pm]
Nerd TV - for people who watch too much

mod_linly


"We gather here today in a common cause because the desires that unite us are greater than the forces that divide us. We look with awe at the artifacts of the past believing that we will never again know such greatness. But greatness is only a matter of will. It is the end result of patience, determination, direction, strength. And we who have grown up in the shadow of the Big Death have those qualities in abundance. We have made mistakes, but we have learned from them. And what we have learned most is that we cannot entrust our future to those who can only see the past. Tonight we stand together, united for the first time. In the coming days, we will carve out the framework for a new country and a new future. Because if we fail to do so, others will do it for us.

And generations yet unborn will live to regret our failure." - Markus Alexander

Westernalliance is a brand-new journal RPG based on the post-apocalyptic television series Jeremiah and scheduled to open on December 1st. Set after the events of the second (and possibly final) season, the game will strive to create a plausible, canon continuation of the narrative.

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Tueday tv [Nov. 9th, 2004|12:34 am]
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yellowperil
Tonight I watch:


Jeremiah 7:00pm
Smallville 8:00pm
Veronica Mars 9:00pm





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movies on tv [Nov. 9th, 2004|12:30 am]
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yellowperil
[mood |accomplishedaccomplished]
[music |Matthew Good - In Love With A Bad Idea]

Man, been watching a bunch of movies on tv. Yesterday watched Panic Room... enh, it was ok. It was written by David Koep, who I think wrote the first Spider-Man movie, and it was directed by David "Se7en" Fincher. kind of an interesting concept, but not a lot to it.


I taped Black Hawk Down (also on yesterday), haven't watched it yet.


This afternoon I caught part of Double Indemnity. A really old movie, from 1944, starring Barbara Stanwyck & Fred McMurray.

There always seem to be at least 1 or 2 decent movies on CityTV each week.



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