January 1, 2015
Here's a little something that happens every year on the blog - in order to get us off to a new start, I go through the blog archives, randomly select an entry, and link to it via a quote.
(It's not only quite clever, but helps with the old search optimization).
So this year, much like John Oliver on Last Week Tonight, we're going to take a slightly less-than-respectful look at the year in Blog THIS, Pal!. Enjoy!
January - This book doesn't just deserve your attention - it demands it.
February - it was originally slated for William Hartnell before....well, you know...
March - It's a companion piece to my other series, Adventures of a Wannabe Writer and Creative Procrastination
April - the ten to fifteen minutes spent feeding her and giving her attention in the morning is now spent....waking up
May - Just thank God I couldn't find my long-lost Doctor Who pitch from high school, which involved the Fifth Doctor, Ice Warriors, and crystallized uranium
June - (It was the dark days of Chicago cable, and my mom and dad were concerned with more important matters like sending me to college and making sure I had a roof over my head. Sue me.)
July - Crime Master focuses on Gordon Manning's conflict with super-criminal The Griffin. (And no, you may not make a Family Guy joke).
August - ...he's the kind of guy who believes Chekhov's gun refers to the fact that, if you show a gun in Act 1, you use it to shoot Ensign Chekhov
September - ....and it all started during the polar vortex with a dog taking a dump in front of my building.
October - Although I'm still unsure how I feel about Mathieson's Mummy on the Orient Express ...
November - a total, incoherent mess that wouldn't know "subtlety" if it had a name tag announcing "Hello, My Name is Subtlety" on its lapel.
December - Most of my time was spent drinking tea, eating chicken soup with a shot of garlic, and not talking