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SaturnCat's Tales

or, How An Archaeologist's Life Came To Be In Ruins

Archaeologist (Disabled), first-generation punk, liberal, depressive


Here's an avatar of me:

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Here's another version of me (Kinda-- I got more hair on the top of my head; and I am not pencil-thin like this rendering. But it's kinda fun.


Club SaturnCat!!! SaturnCat's Playlists!!!

Here is a thing called "Playlist"-- you can create a Playlist of 100 tracks by doing an artist or song title search.

You can either go to my website:

SaturnCat's Best Of The Best Playlist

There, you will also find my other Playlists, The Best Of The 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s-2000s, Folk, & Industrial.

Or, you can use the STANDALONE PLAYER below. This shows up as a box w/ track listings on my MySpace page-- I don't know why it won't show up like that here.
Just hit the "LAUNCH STANDALONE PLAYER" button below. I just set this up today (Sa Mar. 22, 2008).
There are a lot of duplicates on my playlist-- apparently the thing works by linking to .mp3s scattered around the Internet
on different sites, so I'm not sure what happens when the site/page the track is on goes down-- that's why I did duplicates, but will probably edit these.
So, if you listen to my 'station' (please do) & hear a track again, just skip to the next track by clicking on it.
Apparently, you can create more than one playlist, so I'm going to do various genres: New Wave, Industrial, Folk, Alternative, etc.
Also, I'm going to set up individual Playlists for friends, based on what I think they'd like-- kind of a nice 'present': their very own station.
You can post the code to MySpace (this requires a specific code, just follow the prompts).
Also, you can copy & paste the HTML code to other sites-- I pasted the code here, but it doesn't quite work as I described above, other than this little line.
I also copied & pasted the code to a webpage that I created just for Playlist.
I am going to add that URL to my signature in E-mail, etc. so people can go to my 'Playlist' station(s).

It's a nice resource: so far, I like it a lot better than last.fm (below), which seems to not work well if you have a lot (1000+) of tracks on it.



My 'Weather Pixie':

The WeatherPixie


(in order of preference unless otherwise noted)

Fave movies:

Sci Fi: The Thing (1982), Star Wars, The Terminator, The Hidden, Alien (I-II), EXistenZ, THX 1138, Pitchblack, The Terminator II, Star Wars (I-III), The Matrix

Comedy: How to Get Ahead in Advertising, The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case, Way Out West (Laurel & Hardy), Their First Mistake (Laurel & Hardy), Steamboat Bill, Jr. (Buster Keaton), Sherlock Jr. (Buster Keaton), La Cage aux Folles (1978), Monty Python and the Holy Grail; Kiss Me, Guido; Bohemian Girl (Laurel & Hardy), Just Visiting, The Full Monty, Raising Arizona, Two Much

Dramatic: Priest (Linus Roache was just amazing), Ravenous, The Professional (aka Leon), The Godfather, Damage, Scrooge (1951), Rain Man, Awakenings, The Great Escape, The Pope of Greenwich Village, Little Big Man

Romantic: Sense and Sensibility, The Tamarind Seed, City Lights, The French Lieutenant's Woman, Brief Encounter (1945), Maurice, Lolita (1997), Wilde, The Crying Game, Betrayal (excellent job by Ben Kingsley), Green Card; Sex, Lies, and Videotape; Four Weddings and a Funeral, Lolita (1962)

Western: Death Rides a Horse, For a Few Dollars More, The Good, the Bad & the Ugly, Once Upon a Time in the West, God's Gun, The Bravados, The Magnificent Seven Ride, Dances With Wolves, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, The Magnificent Seven

Horror: The Hunger, House on Haunted Hill (1999), Ghost Story

Experimental: Repo Man, Meshes of the Afternoon, Eraserhead

Fave B-Movies: Chopper Chicks From Zombietown, House on Haunted Hill (1959), The Queen of Outer Space (w/ Zsa Zsa Gabor), and of course... Plan 9 From Outer Space

Fave movie soundtrack composers: Ennio Morricone, John Barry, Marty Simon

Fave TV shows:

Fiction: Doctor Who, LEXX, Sherlock Holmes Adventures (Granada series w/ Jeremy Brett), Monty Python's Flying Circus, Brideshead Revisited, Ren & Stimpy, Star Trek: The Next Generation, The X-Files, The Outer Limits, The Twilight Zone, PeeWee's Playhouse

Nonfiction: NOVA, The History Detectives, The Antiques Roadshow (both US & UK)

Fave actors/actresses: Jeremy Brett, Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Lee Van Cleef (the sexiest man who ever lived), John Hurt, Robert Carlyle (intense & excellent in many roles), Richard Roxburgh (excellent as Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of the Baskervilles (2002)), Ian Hart (great as John Lennon & John Watson), Linus Roache (incredible in 'Priest'), Alastair Sim, Jean Reno, Jeremy Irons, Jon Pertwee, Christopher Walken, Buster Keaton, Chow Yun Fat, Giancarlo Giannini (for 'Seven Beauties'), Clive Merrison (wonderful voice actor for Sherlock Holmes audio adventures), Christopher Eccleston, John Inman, Colin Firth (excellent in 'Pride & Prejudice'-- how did I miss this all these years?), Michel Serrault, Ugo Tognazzi, Eli Wallach (arguably the best Westerns actor ever made cuz of his excellent portrayal of 'Tuco' in 'The Good, The Bad and The Ugly'), Brent Spiner (terribly underutilized), Jude Law, Charlie Chaplin, David Tennant, Gary Oldman (amazing in "Leon/aka The Professional"), Gabriel Byrne, Al Pacino (for 'The Godfather'), Brian Downey, Michael McManus, Xenia Seeberg, Robert DeNiro (for 'Awakenings'), Catherine Deneuve (fantastic in 'The Hunger'-- it seemed to be the peak of her life), Alan Rickman, Richard E. Grant, Brad Dourif, Rupert Everett (nice job as Sherlock Holmes), John Barrowman, Claudia Black (I'm not gay but is she universally hot or what?), James Spader, Ewan McGregor, Paul Reubens (who I think was unfairly persecuted), Nicholas Cage, Rupert Graves (excellent in many roles), Peter Sellers, Lesley Sharp (she was incredible as the mother of the molested girl in "Priest", and also did a great job as the wife of the heavy-set guy in "The Full Monty"), Stephen Rea, Robert Hardy (for his eerily excellent job in 'The Master Blackmailer', the Granada Sherlock Holmes ep), Dustin Hoffman, Billie Piper, William Hurt, Tina Kellegher (she was incredible in "Ballykissangel" when her husband died), David Duchovny, Kyle MacLachlan, Patrick Stewart, Antonio Banderas, Jonathan Hyde (great job as Culverton Smith in 'The Dying Detective', the Granada Sherlock Holmes ep), Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Eric Idle, Graham Chapman, Michael Biehn, Janet Wright (excellent in the LEXX ep "Love Grows"), Sally Field (for her incredible job in "Not Without My Daughter"), Griffin Dunne, Sam Shepard, Shephen Fry, Mickey Rourke, Robert Downey, Jr. (who I think is terribly underutilized), Dennis Quaid, Edward Everett Horton, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Billy Drago

Personal heros: Carl Sagan, Stan Laurel, Ray Bradbury, Jeremy Brett, Lee Van Cleef, John Lennon, Kurt Cobain (mostly cuz of his being a great songwriter), Jimmy Page (mostly cuz of his musical arrangements & experimentation)

Fave musical genres: Folk, Industrial, New Wave, Dark Wave, Classic Rock, Alternative, Surf Punk, Classical (esp. Choral works)

Fave bands/musical artists: Donovan, Devo, The Cure, Ministry, 1000 Homo DJs, Nirvana, The Dandy Warhols, Alice in Chains, Depeche Mode, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The B-52's, The Slickee Boys, L7, Front 242, R.E.M., Filter, Noise Level 9, The Mono Men, Foo Fighters, The Beatles

Bands/musical artists I've seen (in no particular order): Led Zeppelin (1-2 x), Pink Floyd (2x), Joni Mitchell, Ravi Shankar, The Pretenders (1-2x), Sweet 75 (2x), John Sebastian, The Tragically Hip (1-2 x), The Dandy Warhols (1-2 x), Foo Fighters (2-3x), Ministry (4x), Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Front 242, Morphine, The Donnas, L7 (3x), Devo (4x), Phillip Glass, Pere Ubu, The Slickee Boys (numerous x), Donovan (3x), Tiny Desk Unit, The Painkillers, My Favorite Martian (2x), Judy Collins, Hole (2x), Depeche Mode, Boston, David Bowie, Orbital, John Paul Jones (2-3 x), Muddy Waters, Cab Calloway, The Screaming Trees, The B-52's, The Clash, Filter, The Insect Surfers (2-3 x), Black 47 (2-3 x), X, Concrete Blonde (2x), Sleater-Kinney, Churn (2x), Cycle Sluts from Hell, The Melvins, Beck, Cypress Hill, Rage Against the Machine, Sonic Youth (2x), El Vez, The Jesus Lizard, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Elastica, The Violent Femmes, The Ramones, Ween, The Young Dubliners (4-5 x), The Beatnik Flies, Groovie Ghoulies, Razz, Howling Mad, dEUS, Gary Numan (2x), Tom Waits, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Jimmy Page and The Black Crowes, The Chemical Brothers (2x), Folk Implosion, Ottley, Stabbing Westward, The Hula Monsters, Rhodes Tavern Troubadours, Jimmie's Chicken Shack, Laurie Anderson, Fugazi

Bands/musical artists I think I've seen, but don't remember the form of the name, am not sure, etc. (in no particular order): Johnny Winter & his White Trash Band, The Rescue, Nico & the Velvet Underground, Johnny Thunder/The New York Dolls, Frank Zappa/The Mothers of Invention, Soundgarden, Color Me Gone, Man or Astroman?, The Fleshtones, Southern Culture on the Skids, Dr. Moog, The Ubangis, Mary Prankster, A Flock of Seagulls, Sting and/or The Police, The Mission UK, Ray Davies, Frank Black, Ruthie & the Wranglers, Color Me Gone, The Rescue, The Queers

Bands/musical artists I want to/wish that I'd seen: John Lennon, Nirvana, The Cure, Alice in Chains, The Bongos, The Yardbirds, Nine Inch Nails, Jethro Tull, The Mamas And The Papas, Radiohead, R.E.M., Kraftwerk, Billy Bragg, Marshall Keith, The Verve, The Beach Boys, The Verve Pipe (or The Verve-- which ever one had the bitchin guitarist & played 'Live at Leeds' or similar)

Songs to die for (in no particular order): "The Song of Wandering Aengus" & "The Lullaby of Spring" & "Queen Mab" & "The Little White Road" & "The Road" & "The Magpie" & "The Seller of Stars" & "Summer Day Reflection Song" & "Sand and Foam" by Donovan, "Green" & "Bohemian Like You" & "Godless" & "You Were The Last High" & "Get Off" by The Dandy Warhols, "S.I.B. (Swelling Itching Brain)" & "Come Back Jonee" & "Gut Feeling" & "Goin' Under" & "Don't You Know" & "Blockhead" by Devo, "The Order of Death" by Public Image Limited, 'Theme from "The Tamarind Seed"' by John Barry, "Insomnia" by Faithless (best bridge in the world), "The Walk" (best intro. in the world) & "A Night Like This" by The Cure, "Tears" by The Chameleons UK, "The World Turns All Around Her" by The Byrds, "Twelwe Thirty" by The Mamas & The Papas, "Lucky" & "Exit Music (For a Film)" by Radiohead, "All Come True" by World Party, "Andy Warhol" by David Bowie, "Gallow's Pole" by Led Zeppelin, "Sossity (You're a Woman) by Jethro Tull, "Misunderstood" by The Slickee Boys, "Big Bang Baby" by The Stone Temple Pilots, "Heroin Girl" by Everclear (OMG, great!), "Lose Control" by Color Me Gone, "Love Is The Slug" by Fuzzbox, "The Nature of Love (Cruelty mix)" by Ministry, "Quiche Lorraine" & "Private Idaho" by The B-52's, "Halo" by Depeche Mode, "Detatchable Penis" by King Missle, "Talkbox" by L7, "On the Edge" by Hole, "Because" & "Eleanor Rigby" & "I Want to Hold Your Hand" & "Money (That's What I Want)" by The Beatles, "What I Like About You}" by The Romantics, "Lucky Man (Happiness More or Less)" by The Verve, "Last Dance With Mary Jane" by Tom Petty, "Famous Blue Raincoat" by Leonard Cohen, "Levi Stubb's Tears" by Billy Bragg, "Numbers with Wings" by The Bongos, "Are Friends Electric?" by Gary Numan and the Tubeway Army; Hip Hop, Be Bop (Don't Stop) by Man Parrish; "(It's Not Me) Talking" & "Wishing (If I Had a Photograph of You)" by A Flock of Seagulls, "Petrol" by Orbital, "Rerun Time" by Front 242, "Warm Leatherette" by The Normal (at one point, I wanted this played at my funeral), "Sonambulist" & "Senses Working Overtime" by XTC, "Don't Stand So Close to Me (1986)" & "Message in a Bottle" by The Police, "Back on the Chain Gang" by The Prentenders, "Run and Run" by The Psychedelic Furs", "Major Tom (Coming Home)" by Peter Schilling, "I Love You" by Yello, "Mad World" & "Change" & "Pale Shelter" by Tears For Fears, "Licorice John" & "A Salty Dog" by Procol Harum, "New Year's Day" by U2, "Going Down to Liverpool" by The Bangles, "Hyacinth Girl" by Winter Hours, "Don't Be Denied" by Neil Young

All-time fave song: "The Song of Wandering Aengus" by Donovan

Favorite classical music composers: Bach, Erik Satie, Chopin, Handel

Favorite opera piece: L'Elisir d'Amore: Una Furtiva Lagrima by Gaetano Donizetti

Fave quote: "Love is a wind that screams." by Richard Barone of The Bongos; and how can we forget, "My hovercraft is full of eels." by Monty Python

Favorite poem: 'The Stolen Child' by William Butler Yeats

Favorite painter: John William Waterhouse (Pre-Raphaelite/Symbolist school); I also like Rossetti, Maxfield Parrish, Magritte, & Renoir

Fave authors: Ray Bradbury, Eric Frank Russell, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Fave books: The Complete Sherlock Holmes, just about anything by Ray Bradbury

Books I've read (in no particular order): Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare; All Flesh is Grass by Clifford D. Simak; Something Wicked This Way Comes & The Martian Chronicles & S is for Space & R is for Rocket & The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury; Men, Martians and Machines by Eric Frank Russell; 1984 by George Orwell, October the First is Too Late by Fred Hoyle, Relativity for the Millions by Martin Gardner, Johnny Get Your Gun

All-time fave book (I think): Men, Martians and Machines by Eric Frank Russell

Fave animals: cats, bunnies, squirrels, hamsters, mice, horses, dogs

Fave birds: parrots, love birds, song sparrow, crow, mockingbird, cedar waxwing

Fave flowers to grow: roses, pansies, zinnias, marigolds, Icelandic poppies, peonies, snapdragons, wildflowers

Fave vegetables to grow: tomatoes, corn, zucchini, squash, cucumbers, lettuce

Fave foods: Avocados, shrimp, choclate, garlic w/ just about anything, sushi, cheese enchiladas, chile rellenos, Nestle crunches, steak, trout, salmon, raisinettes

Favorite instrument to play: piano, followed closely by violin & acoustic guitar

Instruments I want to learn: cello, bagpipes, drums, bass

Favorite choral works: St. Matthew's Passion by Bach & The Messiah by Handel

My personality type (Myers-Briggs): INTP

Things I don't care for, or at least am neutral about (in no particular order): jazz, reggae, heavy metal (tho I like Industrial), The Silence of the Lambs, Contact (the movie), Billy Holiday (I find her voice irritating; I like Etta Jones much better)

Things I really dislike: aging, death, depression, mean people, unfair people, people w/ no sense of honor, dishonesty, smoking, Bush II, the Iraq War, the U.S. gov't's lack of participation in the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, lack of National Health Care in the U.S., most sports, most country music, most rap

Quests in ilfe: For everyone in the world to have one of those blue globe thingies on their front lawns, for everyone to have a lawn, for everyone to have a home; for me to have a home and garden (with a blue globe, pink flamingos, & lots of birdhouses); to be able to make ends meet, for me to somehow find a job (hopefully fulfilling) I can do in spite of my various disabilites; to be in a zombie movie like "Night of the Living Dead", only not filmed in Pennsylvania but in Maryland (only cuz I grew up there & the landscape is similar; somehow must incorporate the eerie '17 year locust' sounds); to finish learning to play Chopin's 'Ballade No. 4', to finish learning to play Erik Satie's Gnossienne No. 3', to find the perfect mocha coffee drink-- the best I have found thus far is Wawa's 'Double Cappuccino', to grow an avocado tree, to visit the redwoods again, to someday meet Ray Bradbury and Christopher Eccleston, to somehow turn back the clock and be pain-free and 'drop-dead gorgeous' again (tho the 2nd doesn't matter much), to get my PhD in archaeology, geo-archaeology, or archaeometry and/or get a 2nd Master's in geology or paleontology, and maybe a course in musical composition; to visit Mars, to pilot my own little spacehip in and around various beautiful nebulae, to make a film of flying in and around various beautiful nebulae, to live in London for a year or two, to be able to write a very cool Sci Fi story like Eric Frank Russell and/or Ray Bradbury, to be able to write poetry like Yeats, to bring my Grammom back to life again (this one makes me almost cry), to see my Great Aunt Bella again, to meet my Italian Grandfather, to somehow bring my Dad back and have a good yell at him for all the bad things he did to me and then forgive and embrace him (that one really does make me cry), to bring back all my Scottish and Irish relatives and ask them what it was like to live through (or die) during the Irish Famine, for one of my Scottish relatives to teach me how to play the bagpipes, to finally find my Great Great Grandfather's grave in Dundee, to find my Great Grandfather's grave somewhere in Scotland, to find out if Stan Laurel's Dad and my Great Grandfather knew each other (one worked and one lived on the same street and probably drank at the same pub on that same street in Glasgow), to figure out how not to live my life on my sleeve-- maybe get a tatoo and wear it on my arm instead, ha-ha (there's a song in there somewhere)


Please Make A Donation If You Wish...

As I mentioned, I am disabled. I became so as a result of doing archaeology as a Site Supervisor for a site in Ireland. I hurt my back, which has become progressively worse until now I am basically bed-bound. I was considered inoperable in 2002; more recently there have been new developments in back surgery, but these are still in the experimental stage. (I knew a fellow archaeologist who was similarly injured & became paralyzed as a result of his operation.) It is possible I could get an operation for my lower back, though my upper back is also very bad due to several car accidents. I do have Medicare, which pays for medication & for visits to my general doctor, & if I can have an operation, Medicare (I believe) will pay for that. But even getting updated MRIs & X-Rays would cost me co-payments which I cannot afford because of how little disability pays. I worked for 19 years as an archaelogist before hurting my back. I have been trying for years to find some kind of work which I can do on computer from my bed, but have found nothing. Since I was injured 'in the line of duty', as it were, contributing to world culture, I feel that I am justified in asking for donations. So, I am trying out this PayPal button, which would enable kind people to make donations if they wish. (I also am using an option which enables folks to leave a note if they wish with their donation). Thank you in advance, Kind Strangers!


Here is a listing of my Favorite Movies at Internet Movie Database (IMDB):



Hi-- I found this cool map utility from Livejournal, which plots Friends' locations around the world on a map. So, if you 'Friend' me, you can add your location by filling in your username. You can get your own 'ljmap' through the link also.


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Here is a map of all the countries I have visited thus far:

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This quiz worked out cool: this is actually where I'd like to be:

You Belong in London

A little old fashioned, and a little modern.
A little traditional, and a little bit punk rock.
A unique soul like you needs a city that offers everything.
No wonder you and London will get along so well.


I took the Nerd/Geek/Dork test & I'm proud to say that I rated out as a

"Pure Nerd"!

65 % Nerd, 30% Geek, 47% Dork


A Nerd is someone who is passionate about learning/being smart/academia.

A Geek is someone who is passionate about some particular area or subject, often an obscure or difficult one.

A Dork is someone who has difficulty with common social expectations/interactions.

I scored better than half in Nerd, earning me the proud title of: Pure Nerd.



This quiz result actually fits fairly well!

Are you a witch, werewolf, vampire, angle, elf, fairy, or mermaid?

You are a werewolf. You are wise and thoughtful. You are explorative and strong. You make a great friend and a powerful enemy. You are not afraid of blood shed. and your past is spatterd with spatterd with grief, rage, depression, and betrayle from those around you. You understand the concepts of life. and keep going. You know that life isn't full of happiness and gold. You are tatterd by things no one knows about. You see the world from a diffrent point of view. You like to be alone. Or with friends. You have your own style.
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Which Doctor (from Doctor Who) Are You?

You are the seventh Doctor! Warm and friendly to those around you, your manner can take a dark turn at times. Those who cross your path have significant reason to fear, as your morality is a bit more liquid then might make some comfortable. However, you are not human, and behind those clever eyes a new scheme is brewing. The responsibility of protecting the universe lies on your shoulders. How can you help it if no one understands?
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Here are the results from another Doctor Who quiz (or it might be the same one in a different place). I took this when I was a lot more Who-literate than the previous one above.

Which Doctor Who are you?

this quiz was made by Auntie Krizu(:>)


Your fate with the Doctor
Your name?
You describe yourself as a...?
Favourite colour?
How did you meet the Doctor? You were orphaned, he was lonely, and it was a perfect match. He brought you on board the TARDIS so that neither of you would have to face the awful loneliness.
How much does the Doctor care for you? - 83%
Does he love you? (8) - Better not tell you. - (8)
Do you love him? (8) - Better not tell you. - (8)
How many years will you travel with him? 9231
How will you die? The Doctor will kill you because either a)you're evil or b)to save you the physical agony of dying slowly due to torture or poison, etc.
This cool quiz by Lady_Boromir - Taken 21 Times.
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This one's funny...

Which internet subculture do I belong to? [CLICK]
You are a Trekkie!
It's a geek, Jim! You probably have a starfleet uniform and a tricorder. Bonus points if you speak klingon. One day you will walk down the aisle with your buttertroll trekkie partner, humming to the Yoyager theme.
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:) Which character from Lexx are you?

Kai. The delectable Kai. Kai is an assasin from his divine shadow who then becomes good...blah, blah... He's dead and now over 6000 years old, has a metal codpiece, (a dodgy wig - i'll never know why that even came), a robot head who is in love with him and loads of really annoying sayins which begin with the words..'the dead do not...' which he must say at least once per episode. He's a great character, played skilfully by Michael McManus, and if you want someone dead he's your guy. (he also had a great cluster lizard called squish!)
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LEXX Purity Test

Your point score was in excess of 70%.
You are at the top of the class and very knowledgeable about LEXX. There are also some other interesting characteristics about your personality that you might like to see. A detailed breakdown is provided below.


LEXX is better than sex.

You are addicted to LEXX.

It is my personal opinion that you are a hopeless case.

You will have, or be in the process of purchasing, all the LEXX features o­n videotape.

LEXX TWERPS are a source of cruel amusement to you.

You will not admit this in public, but you have also secretly written your own LEXX episode(s) and are currently plucking up the courage to submit them to the Allmighty Donovan, Gigeroff and Hirschfield.

Your partner is convinced that you are crazy especially when you make him/her dress like Zev or Kai.

You cried when Kai kissed Zev.

You know that CORE did use Alias Wavefront for some of the graphics despite not mentioning this o­n their web page.

You have, at o­ne time experimented with Brunnen G hairstyles.

You are organising a LEXX Convention.

Sexually, you are somewhat insecure, preferring the purer more romantic relationships of the series, to the tacky reality of everyday love and sex.

You think Wist is more attractive than Zev / Thodin more attractive than Kai.

You have so far counted seventeen 'render errors' in the series. You are either celibate or a committed family man/woman.

You would be faithful to o­ne partner and have not necessarily fantasized about making love with any of the more attractive LEXX characters.

If you had a walk o­n part you would want to play a Cleric.

You are highly intelligent but a bit stupid when it comes to common sense. People like you, but they think you're a bit of a Geek.

You have a good career but you do not own a large house or flash car.

Other LEXX fans look up to you.

You are a mine of information and you should be careful not to become the 'party bore' or patronising.

LEXX SAD GEEZERS admire your commitment although you secretly admire their social skills and in particular, the way members of the opposite sex are all over them.

You have recently sent an email message to Splarka reporting an inconsistency in o­ne of the LEXX.COM web pages.

Some people call you Mr Spock - this really annoys you.

It should be pointed out that these conclusions
should o­nly be taken seriously if they are correct!



What do your eyes say about you?

You have the eyes of an adventurer. You are not afraid to try new things. Your bravery stands out more than others, and you have a keen sense of your surroundings.
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What icon are you??


This is from another quiz at quizilla.com. This is not a pic of me. I just loved the dress & thought I'd paste the quiz results here until I can clear up some hard drive space. Understand? I knew you would.

GREAT RESULTS!!!!! (you'll only find out what this is about if you take this!)

I really love this one. it is classy, vintage, and hott all in one! you got it and you know it! this is too cute to put a lable on!
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You scored as Jean Luc Picard. You are intellgent and introspective. You like spending quiet time reading or listening to music. You are a natural leader who prefers diplomacy to war.


Jean Luc Picard


Beverly Crusher




Geordi LaForge


William T. Riker


Deanna Troi




Which Star Trek: the Next Generation character are you?
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Which Star Trek Character are you?

Captain James T. Kirk
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Which Star Trek Character Are You?

You are Captain Jean Luc Picard.You are balding, short and a bit bookish. However, against all odds, you make a very good captain. Your love of archeology and a straight uniform have made you one of the best "text-book" captains in Starfleet history.
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