I thought Dickies had cool shorts, but compared to the 511 Tactical Shorts I am not so sure any more. These puppies are pretty sweet. They are stylish, built to last, and designed to carry bulky stuff. (You know, like your PDA, cell phone, iPod, etc. Gotta love those pockets.) Besides that you get to look like a cop instead of UPS man. Which is better? Iâ€™ll let you decide on your own as for me I like the stuff at LA Police Gearâ€™s website just as good if not better.
I donâ€™t know about you but I hate TV that tries to incorporate TV into the show.
Tonightâ€™s CSI really kind of sucked. The regular cast had horrible dry puns that did not work and were very tired. The guest stars all of which are pretty decent actors seemed as if they were given the scripts ten minutes before filming.
Boo CBS and CSI for bring us such a contrived and truly terrible episode. Wow that writers strike really hurt you folks didnâ€™t it?
Even if it had been more than mediocre I would still give it two thumbs down for poking fun at my favorite show Boston Legal by saying it wasnâ€™t a comedy. Well it is really a dramedy and the best darned on the boob tube too!
It looks like CBS is making sure that we all remember Star Trek. Tonight’s CSI had a fun conversation between Hodges and Simms discussing a case with green blood and the agent that caused it which turns into a talk about Vulcan blood and Mr. Spock.
Liz Vassey who plays CSI Wendy Simms just happens to have a Star Trek connection she appeared in an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation — Conundrum — thanks Memory Alpha. Someone should really make a six degrees of separation site for Star Trek in general. It would be kind of cool to type in an actor and see how many hops until they are connected to something Trek. Or maybe it’s just me.
Any who here is their conversation.
Simms: What do you think turned it green?
Hodges: I suspect it might be sulfur.
Simms: Sulfur is a naturally occurring component in the blood.
Hodges: But in massive doses it tends to turn the blood a blackish avocado green. When the sulfur atom joins the hemoglobin molecule red blood turns green. Which is why First Officer Spock’s blood is green in Star Trek.
Simms: No it’s not.
Hodges: Ah, yes it is. Trust me I’m an expert.
Simms: Apparently not. Otherwise you would surely know that the oxidizing agent in Vulcan blood is copper. And that is why his blood is green. Or maybe that and the fact that he had a Vulcan fatherÂ since hisÂ motherÂ is actuallyÂ human. And further more he was promoted to Captain just prior to Star Trek 2 and then he retired as civilian ambassador.
Hodges: You’re like a geeky, nerdy guy trapped in a woman’s body.
Simms: So are you.
Hodges: As I was saying here on Earth sulfur containing compounds could turn otherwise normal blood green.
Hodges: As I suspected.
Hodges: She wasn’t Vulcan.
Nice to see them showing women can be just as into Star Trek as guys.