February 1st, 2008


Stargate Atlantis: "A Necessary Evil" audiobook with Torri Higginson

 And the first 


The Stargate Atlantis audiobook, A NECESSARY EVIL, is now available for purchase for $19.54. The SGA has a CD extra of behind-the-scenes interview with Torri Higginson, and the actual CD features Torri and Timothy Watson. 


This story assumes that Doctor Weir was mind-probed by the Asurans following her capture at the beginning of season four. During the probe, the incident she recalls is set during season three, after Common Ground and prior to First Strike. 


This planet that you love so much... If you were not hidden, it would not exist, or at least not like this.”

When Sheppard’s team encounter a culture with phase shift technology that keeps their entire population invisible - and immaterial - to the outside world, it looks like Atlantis might have found the perfect protection from the Wraith. Eager to make a trade for the technology, Doctor Weir embarks on a diplomatic mission to negotiate with the people of Lannavulin. But once there, it becomes apparent that not everyone is happy with the planet’s status quo...

Full details at link above, and they also have an SG-1 book, GIFT OF THE GODS, with Michael Shanks. Details at http://www.bigfinish.com/SG-1-Gift-of-the-Gods

Blog Updates: Ryan Robbins (Ladin Radim from Stargate Atlantis)

Ryan Robbins (aka the Genii leader Ladin Radim from Stargate Atlantis) has several posts on his blog now for the Global series THE GUARD, which also stars Steve Bacic. In fact, you get to see A LOT (*cough*) of STeve Bacic in the recent episode regarding nudists...




Meanwhile, Canada.com today reported that "Reportedly, there is also interest in Global's new series The Guard, about a search-and-rescue team off the Pacific coast, and CBC's new comedy series Sophie."

In the meantime, if your computer can handle it, you can view episodes at http://www.canada.com/globaltv/globalshows/theguard/video.html. It's small, but it's there.

shep B&W

No wonder I feel poor

From today's New York Times....

Exxon-Mobil  reported Friday that it beat its own record for the highest profits ever recorded by any company, with net income rising 3 percent to $40.6 billion, thanks to surging oil prices. The company’s sales, more than $404 billion, exceeded the gross domestic product of 120 countries.

Exxon Mobil earned more than $1,287 of profit for every second of 2007

Brings a whole new meaning to highway robbery, as I'm payinig $3.30 a gallon, and that's the cheap stuff, that I have to pump myself. 

Gnashes teeth.....