- Posted by Johanna on June 1, 2006 at 8:05 pm
- Category: Comic News
The CBLDF files motions for dismissal in the Gordon Lee case in Georgia, alleging that the law used against him is unconstitutional and that the accusations should be dismissed because of “prosecutorial misconduct”, based on allowing a false charge to stand for 18 months until just before the scheduled trial.
Chris Sims explores the horror of Killdozer! (although the part I found scariest was the story of the REAL-LIFE killer bulldozer).
There are worse nerds than those few obsessive comic fans: Star Wars fans who are issuing threats to a licensed spinoff writer for following the guidelines Lucasfilm gave her. I don’t even know or care enough about the premise to be sure I’ve gotten the premise right, but Bryan Lambert summarizes and deflates the situation.
… at what point is a nerd unsalvageable? At what point are they so insane, so caught up, so trapped in a web of their own minutiae that they aren’t just stalking their hobby, they’ve kidnapped their hobby, tied it up in their basement, and force it to watch while they masturbate to the Star Wars Holiday Special? At what point are nerds simply incapable of being better nerds? At what point are exile, euthanasia, or chemical castration the only alternatives to a lifetime of sad nerditry? Here’s a hint – when they decide they need to dispute the number of clones in the Clone Army.