Occasionally some one who is a neutral third party to a situation has an insight to a situation that while stunningly simple and unbiased can just make the brain go “moo”.
Sanctum of Elder Tribunal says, “Rohde, who hates undead, wants his phylactery back.”
Some times when one tries to explain a who or a when in ones past it ends up being lengthy. Suffice it to say many years ago I used to sit in Denny’s and write. Some times I wrote in my journal. Some times I worked on my great American novel. Almost always both were considered in my brain as part of the:
Collection of Great Half Time Stories
That is to say what I named my collection of mis-mashed thoughts, experience, collective meetings, etc. Quite simply because it felt some times that I literally spent half my time in that place.
Well today I found myself having to explain a Denny-ism that I’ve said for years… and thought to myself, “I should write a book called everything I needed to learn about social interaction I learned at Denny’s“.
With great quotes like;
- Denny’s is a family establishment, not a place to establish a family.
- Table 21 is reserved for lesbian love.
- Always look both ways before launching foreign objects at adjacent tables.
- The right hand urinal is always 1.5 tiles lower then the left hand one.
I’m terribly amused right now.
The SCIFI.COM webpage is reporting that General Hammond passed away yesterday.
Don S. Davis, who played Maj. Gen. George Hammond on SCI FI Channel's Stargate SG-1
for seven seasons, died June 29 after suffering a heart attack. He was 65.
There is more to read at the source: story on scifi.com
May your last trip through the gate be the best.