June 5th, 2007

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40 Firefly 1x02: The Train Job icons
20 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End icons
25 Miley Cyrus icons

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FF - Your grave

Question for FF trivia game

So because I think trivia games are cool and because I really think there ought to be one for Firefly, I'm making my own. I'm just writing down a bunch of questions on cards and I'm thinking about making a game board also if I decide I want it to be more than just a points thing. I plan on going through the shows and movie and special features and everything for questions.

Anyway, my question here is how I should phrase one of my questions. The answer I want given is what River rattled off in The Train Job. "Midbulk Transport, standard radion-accelerator core. Class code 03-K64. Firefly." I thought maybe "what are Serenity's specifications," but I don't think that's the right word. How should I write the question?

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Help. I'm trying recall something, but I'm exhausted and it's not coming to me. Alan Tudyk once wore a button that said something along the lines of Joss being a bastard (as a joke of course). I know at least one of you remembers what the button said exactly? Maybe you even have a picture?

I think Ron wore one, too, but I could be making that up.
x-files - space girl

Portland Serenity Charity Screening Update



We're coming up on the Can't Stop the Serenity screenings, so here's the latest announcement on the Portland event.

We're pleased to announce that Scott Allie -- Joss Whedon's editor at Dark Horse Comics -- will be our guest for the Friday night screening. Among other things, Allie worked on Serenity: Those Left Behind and the forthcoming Serenity: Better Days, and edits the current Buffy: Season 8 series. Our thanks to Allie for wanting to help make this year's events in the Portland of Oregon, birthplace of the charity screenings movement, even better than last year.

Doors open for pre-screening activities at 7:00 PM [Friday, June 22 at Portland's Hollywood Theatre] and programming begins at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $13 in advance and $18 at the door on the day of show, and are available online or at the Hollywood Theatre box office.