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Another day, another deadline

June's one of my busiest months, interestingly.


Shows I've seen
Shows I watch religiously or watched religiously their entire run
Shows I used to watch regularly but currently do not
Shows I've never seen

1. The Critic
2. The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles
3. Space Above and Beyond
4. Firefly
5. The Young Ones
6. Class of '96
7. Inspector Morse
8. The Six Million Dollar Man
9. Macgyver
10. Alien Nation
11. Freaks and Geeks
12. Absolutely Fabulous
13. Forever Knight
14. H. R. Pufnstuff
15. Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
16. Twin Peaks
17. Dark Shadows
18. Doctor Who
19. The Avengers
20. My So-Called Life
21. Quantum Leap
22. Beauty and the Beast
23. Babylon 5
24. Family Guy
25. Mystery Science Theatre 3000
26. Pee-Wee's Playhouse
27. Xena: Warrior Princess
28. The Twilight Zone
29. The Prisoner
30. The Simpsons
31. Monty Python's Flying Circus
32. Farscape
33. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
34. The X-Files
35. Star Trek
36. M*A*S*H
37. Alias
38. StarGate SG-1
39. Full House
40. Family Ties
41. Cosby Show
42. Welcome Back Kotter
43. The O.C.
44. Whose Line Is It Anyway
45. 7th Heaven
46. CSI
47. CSI Miami
48. Without a Trace
49. The Practice
50. American Dreams
51. Queer as Folk
52. Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
53. Iron Chef/Iron Chef America
54. Trading Space
55. Extreme Makeover Home Edition
56. JAG
57. Angel
58. Joan of Arcadia
59. Charmed
60. Felicity


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Banazir

Comments

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borgseawolf
Jun. 7th, 2004 01:32 am (UTC)
This is awfully US-biased... I can't believe even the longer version doesn't have Robin of Sherwood!
banazir
Jun. 7th, 2004 01:35 am (UTC)
Boycott ungrateful four-eyed queer folk!
This is awfully US-biased...
Gah, so wot?
Reagan's deead and it's D-Daz!
(Jsut kiddink.)

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Banazir
borgseawolf
Jun. 7th, 2004 01:45 am (UTC)
Re: Boycott ungrateful four-eyed queer folk!
I've added a BBC addendum to my test. Eat this, yankee boy!
banazir
Jun. 7th, 2004 10:31 pm (UTC)
Trasquant Yanquis!
I've added a BBC addendum to my test.
Eat this, yankee boy!

Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Cry me a liver... :-P

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Banazir
sui_degeneris
Jun. 7th, 2004 07:17 am (UTC)
Check your formatting, sweetie!
It looks as if you are missing a closing strike tag somewhere after line 54 (Trading Spaces) and before line 57 (Angel).
banazir
Jun. 7th, 2004 09:06 am (UTC)
Re: Check your formatting, sweetie!
>i>It looks as if you are missing a closing strike tag somewhere after line 54 (Trading Spaces) and before line 57 (Angel).</i>
Yep, so I was.
Danke!

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Banazir
hfx_ben
Jun. 23rd, 2004 09:35 pm (UTC)
Sidebar: abductive inference ...
... see in gnodal.

Recall how we met? I was wondering about how things Bayesian might be applied to discourse. I'm not /positive/ that this here notion answers that, but it sure does get my juices flowing! Viz:
"explanation-based account of RF. Abductive inference provides hypotheses that explain a given set of data. For example, given that a patient has red spots, an abductive inference engine could provide hypotheses that the patient is suffering from chickenpox, measles or a number of other conditions.
Each of these hypotheses are possible explanations of the patient's condition; some explanations being more likely than others depending on what information is available to generate the hypotheses."
hfx_ben
Jun. 23rd, 2004 09:43 pm (UTC)
Re: Sidebar: abductive inference ...
I apologize: that was clumsy of me; it was only just now that I realized how you would have already friended gnodal if my work was of interest to you.

I regret this loss of dignity.

fare well
banazir
Sep. 30th, 2004 01:58 pm (UTC)
Re: Sidebar: abductive inference ...
I apologize: that was clumsy of me; it was only just now that I realized how you would have already friended gnodal if my work was of interest to you.
I regret this loss of dignity.

Oh, hardly! I was just busy and trasked.
gnodal is very interesting. I don't have time to comment much, but I read and keep up as time permits.

fare well
I shall; and you?
How is Edmonton?

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Banazir
hfx_ben
Sep. 30th, 2004 06:18 pm (UTC)
Re: Sidebar: abductive inference ...
HeyYa Bill!

Boy, this move has been very traumatic ... sooooo many books I left behind, so many documents, so many (broken old) computers ... so many personal belongings, and personal friends.
It has not yet payed off in any way ... 'cept I'm now a member of a very interesting African drum / dance troup!

Thanks for the pat concerning gnodal; I've done 17.28 tons of pro bono documentation on this that and the other, and it's hard, when disheartened, to justify any of it.
Right at the moment I'm watching a CPAC broadcast, coverage of the ongoing Gomery commission; I suspect that my very appropriate understanding concerning the attribution of meaning (i.e. historiography and cognitive psychology both seem to indicate that considerations usually thought of as "post modern" are substantial and well based) and how metrics of belief can be applied to such as the dialectics of law and justice.
Bayes' insight is, methinks, really keen!

:-)

Now, if I can get my aulde Apple 170 working, and if I can get a phone-line, given that I'm taken possession of a room tomorrow ...

8-)

And how are things with you? I only this month switched off email service for the Bayes group, and look forward to reconnecting "real soon now".

regards

p.s. there's a $3/hr internet cafe near my rooming house, where I'm moving tomorrow, so ...
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