Dragon’s Loyalty Award


I’ve been given the Dragon’s Loyalty Award. So now I have to move on to the following.

So here are the rules to go with this award:

1:   Display the Award Certificate on your website.

2:  Announce your win with a post and link to whoever presented your award.

3:    Present 15 awards to deserving bloggers.

4:    Drop them a comment to tip them off after you’ve linked them in the post.

5:    Post 7 interesting things about yourself.

Thank you very much to Lauren for nominating me again. It’s very much appreciated and her blog is always a joy to read so go look at it.

So I displayed it above. It was given to me by Lauren from  Mykindofmovie  http://mykindofmovie.wordpress.com/ so thanks to her for the award. I’m supposed to present 15 bloggers, but that’s not really my thing so I’ll just open it up to anyone who wants to take this and run with it. Consider this post an open invitation for number 4. And yeah that’s it done. Oh, wait there’s that posting 7 interesting things about myself. I’ll warn you that I am very dull, making jokes about Italian sci-fi films and my knowledge of classic Star Trek is about as interesting as I get.

Here you go.

1-I’m married and have two great kids.

2-My favorite film of all time is the Wizard of Oz.

3-I have been a diehard Denver Broncos fan since 1977.

4-I was born and raised in Maryland and live there now, but I did live in Kentucky and Tennessee for some years back in the 1990’s.

5-The most famous person I ever met was Roy Rogers.

6-If I have an odd talent it’s that I can run backwards pretty well.

7-I am normally considered a very quiet person, but I have no problem whatsoever speaking in front of big groups and have done presentations in front of 100 people with very little preparation. Not sure if that last part is good or bad.


Recent aquisitions


I have been trying to be good and not spend much on DVDs lately in order to just generally save more money. However we can’t afford cable and live out in nowhere where we only get a couple of channels so having DVDs helps give us more options. So I have picked up a few DVDs despite the fact that I still have stacks of junk I have yet to watch.

Puppet Master Collection-Nine movies of this stuff. I saw a few of these a while back and remember liking them. For five bucks I figured it was an alright deal.

Star Trek V and VI-Talk about pleasure and pain. One of the best Trek films and the worst one in the same set. I saw both in the theater and had both on VHS, but for some reason never got around to getting them on DVD until now.

Jurassic Park 3- I have this in the collection, but I believe this single disc has more bonus features plus the booklet has a dinosaur comparison chart.