NaBloPoMo November 2014 – Last Post

It came so quickly

But it’s here!

And so ends NaBloPoMo November

For this year.

For those of you going on to December, Happy Blogging!!!!!



I’m a fan of the Stargate SG-1 show.  I watched the original movie today, where Kurt Russell was Jack O’Neill instead of MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson).  I really enjoy these type of movies and shows.  As I watched them discover the magical powers of the Stargate, I thought how amazing that would be, to be part of such a discovery.  I see why people want to become astronauts and scientists.  Perhaps in my next life, I will aspire to do so as well.  I know this is not a reality, that our military probably isn’t traveling to other worlds through some stargate-like machine, but I’m sure there are some amazing things going on that I have yet to imagine.  Things that won’t be revealed for years to come.  Of course, I might be easily entertained.  I mean, simple hovercrafts and drones are awesome to me.  I saw that video of what’s his name, Tony Hawk, riding a hovercraft like a skateboard, much like my favorite teen wolf Michael J. Fox did in Back to the Future.  That would be so freaking awesome.

Netflix’s Marco Polo: Coming Soon

I must admit, Netflix has definitely improved their selections this past year. Itjaed to be mostly Red Box movies. Now there are movies that actually went to theaters! I do also like their own creations. I don’t know if this Marco Polo will be any good but I might give it a try.


Netflix has become a byword for quality television. Original series from the online streaming service such as Orange is the New Black and House of Cards have reached both critical and cultural acclaim. The site’s own content over the last few years has been continuously raising the bar for quality drama and comedy, but its new upcoming epic looks to even further rival television’s greats.

Marco Polo, which launches on Netflix on December 12th, promises to be a trilling, elegant, and impressively picturesque historical drama. Summarised in a premise by Netflix:

“In a world replete with greed, betrayal, sexual intrigue and rivalry, Marco Polo is based on the famed explorer’s adventures in Kublai Khan’s court in 13th century China”

In its latest trailer released this week, Marco Polo is painted to be Netflix’s answer to the sensational array of  action drama that has exploded in popularity in recent years. The footage draws on…

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