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Pratchett’s Quotation Echoes His Writings

– Posted in: Quotations
Quotation: "They say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, but it's not one half so bad as a lot of ignorance." Terry Pratchett

What I love about this quotation is that it's humorous with a big shot of reality, much like Terry Pratchett's writing. Most people come to Pratchett through his Discworld Novels. I found Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Pratchett and Neil Gaiman first. I fell in love with the

Buffy: the 5 Funniest & the 5 Best Episodes

– Posted in: Horror
5 by 5: The Funniest and the Best Buffy Episodes corafoerstner.com

Twenty years ago, Buffy, the Vampire Slayer premiered on TV and gave us seven seasons of a witty, complex, fun, sad, supernatural stories about the chosen girl who could save the world. In the end, she liberated all the chosen girls. Sunnydale High sat on the hell mouth, a perfect metaphor for high school as

Words of Wisdom From J. K. Rowling

– Posted in: Quotations

In her writing, J. K. Rowling's definitely takes her words to heart. Her villains consistently display their evil side in their treatment their inferiors. Voldemort pretty much badgers everyone, even those who are loyal to him. But there's another villain that makes my skin crawl, Dolores Umbridge; we meet her in Order of the Phoenix.

The Warcraft Movie Scoop

– Posted in: Fantasy

In two days, the Warcraft movie comes out. Yay! I've probably said this so much that it's news to no one, but I'm geek when it comes to World of Warcraft. I love the game, and I'm looking forward to the movie. Yeah, I know the movie reviews have been bad, but my hope isn't

“The 100”: My Pick for the Best Sci Fi on TV

– Posted in: Science Fiction

Why? For me, it’s the best, but I realize there are differences of opinion. I came to The 100 late. I missed the first season because I thought the previews looked ho-um. I watched the first season on Netflix, and by episode three, I was hooked. I haven’t read the books, but I’m considering reading