Monday, December 2, 2013

Today I am Proudly Announcing a New Movement On My Blog...."No More R.D.M. On The SyFy Channel"

I could have called the movement...."No More Ronald D. Moore on Television" but that would have been unnecessary wouldn't it? Since Ronald D. Moore can only get jobs on the SyFy Channel, and nowhere else on television, right? If you call your movement..."No More Ronald D. Moore on The SyFy Channel"....your movement is all encompassing, isn't it? Nipping the entire situation in the bud, right?

Ronald D. Moore is the extremely lazy SyFy Channel producer who brought business suits to what his personal concept of what the "Battlestar Galactica" universe was, and failed miserably in the process. Never one to let "Failure" stare him down in the face....after his business suit mentality failed miserably in his "GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only) series, Ronald D. Moore rebounded and brought his business suit mentality to the "GINO" spin-offs "Caprica" and "Blood & Chrome." It was at this point that the overly polite mumbling began surfacing...."Get Ronald D. Moore as far away from televised Science Fiction and anything with the "Battlestar Galactica" brand name on it as quickly as possible.

It surprises no one that Ronald D. Moore is back once again on the SyFy Channel (since he can't get jobs anywhere else on television. We'll see how long the "Starz" gig lasts) beginning January 2014 with his rip-off of John Carpenter's "The Thing" movie from 1982. Researchers working in the arctic (it couldn't have been in the jungle?) terrorized by something that transforms human bodies into slime and goo. Just like in John Carpenter's 1982 "The Thing" movie. In a sliver of original thinking, Ronald D. Moore has introduced "black colored goo" (a different colored goo!!) to what will ravage the human body in "Helix." What I am hoping for is that all of this slime and goo in "Helix" will burn right through Ronald D. Moore's entire inventoried wardrobe of business suits. Business suits that will no doubt be the primary article of wardrobe in "Helix."

Ronald D. Moore wrote a script for "The Thing" prequel movie that wasn't used. I wonder if that rejected script is what "Helix" mutated into.


Read the books Universal Studios has tried and failed to censor on

And read these books at another location where Universal Studios executives and its stealth marketers won't be able to post negative, misleading (stealth marketed) reviews of the books via them purchasing candy and Rogaine Foam on (allowing them access to the Amazon book review section) and not actually buying and reading the books. I'll leave the other 150 global locations under wraps for now.

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