Star Trek Mistakes:
Somebody has picked out continuity errors in Star Trek and compiled them all into one video.
(I can think of a few they’ve missed, but they seem to have got most of them.)
Very funny watch!
Seven of Eight on Flickr.
Colorful Menorah on Flickr.
Happy night four of Hanukkah!
Rachel Arons imagines the first Thanksgivvukah: http://nyr.kr/1fH0FNP
“In the year 1620, the Pilgrims sailed to the New World on a ship called the Mayflower, also known by its ancient Hebrew name, the Maccabee. The ship’s captain was a brave and rebellious man named Judah Mayflower. (To make things easier in the New World, he sometimes went by the name John Smith.)”
Photograph by L. Fritz/ClassicStock/Corbis.
Sufganiyot on Flickr.
Hanukkah starts tonight at sundown! Happy Hanukkah! Remember, a single candle can dispel a roomful of darkness.
Imagine what a single plate of sufganiyot could do.
Contemporary Resort, early 1970’s. I know some people think the orange and yellow plastic trees were tacky, but I thought they were cool, and I still do. They had a fun, colorful Mary Blair quality that went along well with her mural.
I wish I was there, in that place and time.
Looking these photos I realized why the 8 year old me wanted to stay at the Contemporary Resort. The first photo nails it. It just looked like a space station or something.
A cartoon by Benjamin Schwartz. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/1bPk22Z
While I was cleaning I found Christmas lights and since we don’t want to get a tree this year…
File under ironic: Shatner and Nimoy will be spinning the dreidel by the menorah this Thanksgiving. #BothJewish
And Data too!
Jewel Staite in the captains chair on the USS Enterprise 1701-D.
Big freakin nerd boner right now.
Puleeze! She’d be down in engineering ripping apart that warp core and arguing with Geordi on how to improve its efficiency.