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Libby last won the day on October 9

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What I like about Millennium

  • Favorite Millennium Episodes
    Dead Letters
    Kingdom Come
    The Judge
    Blood Relatives
    The Well-Worn Lock
    Wide Open
    The Wild and the Innocent
    Loin Like a Hunting Flame
    Force Majeure
    The Thin White Line
    Thrones and Dominions
    Broken World
    Paper Dove
    The Beginning and the End
    Beware of the Dog
    Sense and Antisense
    A Single Blade of Grass
    The Curse of Frank Black
    The Hand of Saint Sebastian
    Jose Chung's 'Doomsday Defense'
    Goodbye Charlie
    Midnight of the Century
    The Mikado
    The Pest House
    In Arcadia Ego
    A Room With No View
    Satan Got Behind Me
    The Fourth Horseman
    The Time Is Now
    The Innocents
    ...Thirteen Years Later
    Skull and Bones
    Through a Glass
    Human Essence
    Borrowed Time
    Collateral Damage
    The Sound of Snow
    Forcing the End
    Saturn Dreaming of Mercury
    Bardo Thodol
    Darwin's Eye
    Seven and One
    Via Dolorosa
    Goodbye To All That
    Not seen Millennium yet
    No preference!
  • Favorite Millenium Characters
    Not selected
    No preference
    Frank Black
    Catherine Black
    Jordan Black
    Peter Watts
    Lt. Bob Bletcher
    Det. Bob Giebelhouse
    Lucy Butler
    Jim Penseyres
    Mike Atkins
    Cheryl Andrews
    Lara Means
    The Old Man
    Brian Roedecker
    Special Agent Emma Hollis
    Special Agent Barry Baldwin
    Assistant Director Andy McClaren
  • Favorite Millennium Writers
    Charles (D.) Holland
    Chip Johannessen
    Chris Carter
    Darin Morgan
    Erin Maher & Kay Reindl
    Frank Spotnitz
    Glen Morgan & James Wong
    Harold Rosenthal
    Jordan Hawley
    Jorge Zamacona
    Ken Horton
    Laurence Andries
    Marjorie David
    Michael Duggan
    Michael R. Perry
    Patrick Harbinson
    Richard Whitley
    Robert Moresco
    Ted Mann
    Tim Tankosic
    Virginia Stock
    Walon Green
    Not yet seen Millennium
    Can't remember!
    I'm not sure!
    No preference.
  • Favorite Millennium Directors
    Allen Coulter
    Arthur Forney
    Cliff Bole
    Daniel Sackheim
    Darin Morgan
    David Nutter
    Dwight Little
    James Charleston
    John Peter Kousakis
    Ken Fink
    Michael Pattinson
    Michael Watkins
    Paul Shapiro
    Perry Lang
    Peter Markle
    Ralph Hemecker
    Randy Zisk
    Rod (Roderick J.) Pridy
    Rodman Flender
    Thomas J. Wright
    Winrich Kolbe
    Not yet seen Millennium.
    Can't remember!
    I'm not sure!
    No preference.
  • Favorite Millennium Seasons
  1. Happy Birthday Libby!

    Thanks, Beer. Yes, I'm hoping for many more, just for the sheer delight in seeing my grandson grow and develop. He'll be 4 years old soon.
  2. Happy Birthday Libby!

    Of course I'd pick you, Earthnut! Thanks for the love and huggers - always makes me feel better.
  3. High Plains Drifter, Joseph McBrayer

    Sending my best wishes to Joe and family from across the pond.
  4. Happy Birthday Libby!

    Thanks Walkabout. I had brunch with my daughter this morning, which was really good. Family lunch next Sunday. (My mood is improving, thanks to anti-anxiety meds I've started taking. Thanks for asking.)
  5. Happy Birthday Libby!

    Thank you Graham! But five? Only FIVE?! Wait a minute. Five is 101 in binary. So I can invite a hundred and one members to my tea party. Much better. (Bit squashed, though.)
  6. Support for Graham

    Graham has announced in his status that he's been made redundant from his job. Being made redundant isn’t easy. I think it’s about the connotations of the word. But Graham isn’t redundant/not needed, it’s the organisation that’s failed in some way. So, can we all show support for Graham, because he’s certainly needed here. And maybe donate a dollar or two for the cost of hosting our community here?
  7. The Miscellaneous Thread

    I went on to Youtube this evening. For some strange reason that I can't fathom (given that there's no possibility of relevance to any cookies from other websites I've visited recently) this was a listed suggestion:
  8. Meaning of Your Name

    I thought of posting here, having researched some of my family history, but decided otherwise. Because it's personal, and I don't want it automatically visible on the Twitter feed.
  9. The Miscellaneous Thread

    Ooh, I clicked on "All Activity" and saw this: So obviously I had to do something about the number of replies, lest, you know.....
  10. The Miscellaneous Thread

    A couple of animal-related pics. This one is from a Twitter account. Funny, but not sure if it's true. However, a good reminder that little creatures, either toddlers or pets, can end up in trouble if you're not alert to the multitude of possibilities. I used to be owned by cats. I'd like to get another cat, but I know I'd end up with one like this:
  11. The Miscellaneous Thread

    Some time ago, I very carefully and specifically added the 4th of July to my electronic calendar so I could post something interesting here. In due time, a pop up reminder popped up. Could I remember what it was I wanted to post here? Could I heck. Well, it's taken me almost a week, but eventually a couple of brain cells connected. Now, I know the origins might be a bit contentious, but there is something about this song that, to this Brit at least, says something quintessential about our transpondian cousins. Royal Albert Hall in London:
  12. I know you don't make a big thing of your birthday, Darlene, but It is kind of nice to have a date in the calendar when we can acknowledge who you are and what you bring to our community here. So, instead of a big fuss, I'm sending you a hug from across the pond.
  13. That's just about the clearest case of justifiable homicide I've ever read. Cash Freeman is indeed one of the great and the good.
  14. There are loads of people who are great and good because, even in small ways, they make our lives just that little bit better. I went to one of our small local supermarkets today. I would never want to work in retail, because they can get so much abuse from customers, especially the drunks. The young woman on the checkout was lovely, and we had a giggle about how slow the card machine was working, "must be because it's Sunday". Such a tiny little thing but it was just that human connect, if you see what I mean. When I developed the rash, and google-diagnosed it as shingles, I phoned my GP practice just after 8 a.m. on the Monday (their busiest day). When I mentioned "shingles", the person on the phone immediately booked me in with one of the practice's nurse-practitioners for 11 a.m. that day. The nurse diagnosed shingles and prescribed meds to reduce the effects, approved the pain-relief schedule that I'd already put myself on, treated me as a sensible individual, and encouraged me to come back if things weren't going well. That's two people who cheerfully looked after me that day. The great and the good aren't always the big and the famous.
  15. There has been another terrorist attack in England this weekend, in London. They call themselves Muslims, but that’s not what they really are. The following showed up on my Facebook timeline, because it was “liked” by a FB friend. This is what true Muslims are: