No kidding - I drew the 3 of clubs this time, again, totally randomly, so it's Zombie Dinosaurs. It's random, but not necessarily fair - I guess. But that's fine with me. I like this project - I just don't like neglecting the other stuff.
Strike! (somebody's beginning's end)
CUPE's voting on what City Council unanimously approved. It should be interesting to see what comes of this - but it would be exceptionally nice to have some semblance of normalcy back around here. Officially, our baseball season was canceled last night. So thank you CUPE - your legal rights' exercise has now ruined our summer.
Via Rail is getting closer to their strike deadline which is tonight or tomorrow morning. And then there won't be any conductors for the trains. Nice.
Lost has a new ARG (I think)
Apparently there's Lost University that has some videos and classes. I don't know exactly how it all works but ... I'm sure there will be some more answers or questions from the Comic Con panel this Saturday. TOMORROW - com'on! I can't wait for it.
And what can we expect from the Lost panel?
What can the lucky throngs pouring into the San Diego Convention Center's Hall H on Saturday morning expect from one of the convention's hottest tickets, the "Lost: The Final Season Begins" panel?Neat stuff. I'm looking forward to seeing what comes of all of this. Back to work (new In Business assignment) and on to ACT II for Zombie Dinosaurs.
"We're going to be showing some things, some new material," Lindelof teases. "And then we open the floor to fan questions, and answer them as honestly as we can."
But will that fan Q&A be spoilery? Lindelof says he and Cuse plan to "leak out some of the things we want to share," yet he also affirms the producers' resolve to keep details about Lost's swan song under the biggest lock and key in the drama's already-covert history.
"We're going to be very protective of the story in this final season," says Lindelof, "because we want people to watch."