Well, well, well ... we made it yet again to Friday. Doesn't that feel great? Doesn't that just feel damn exceptional? I know, I know, I know. It's early, and the lot of you don't want to get all that excited about it just yet. You'd rather wait until this afternoon when the cold harsh reality sets in that the work week is over. I hear you. And I salute you. Thank you for continuing in the fight. You're all heroes, each and every damn one of you.
But ... I've not a lot to report today. I didn't get to any screenings and/or general whatnot yesterday as I had a bit of personal business to take care of. Also, I had my volunteer work in the afternoon, so there's that. I'm hoping to get some films watched over the weekend, but I'm also tied up with some volunteer stuff on Saturday, so it's honestly going to be a bit tough this time around. If I can, then I'll get something up on the MainPage -- even if it's just one of these daily announcements -- but look for some very slim pickings over the next two days. Sorry, peeps: that's just the way the Death Star explodes, if you catch my meaning.
Also, I'm off today with the wifey as we're celebrating a wedding anniversary. (Actually, it's tomorrow, but we're both busy with stuff tomorrow, so we're entertaining ourselves today.)
So ... in that respect, I'm going to leave you to yourselves and, of course, today. There are some interesting trivial nuggets on the page; and I do have a few extras I'm trying to get up in that space before I get out the door. Keep checking back, you know, as I'm always (ALWAYS) updating individual pages when I obtain new information, additional requests, and/or research discoveries. SciFiHistory.Net is always growing, and I'm glad that you're glad to have found this special place that celebrates All Things Genre.
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As always, thanks for reading ... thanks even more for sharing ... thanks even more for being a fan ... and live long and prosper!