sigh, not again, okay we need other things to look at again…
Clip shown on Craig Ferguson show…possible spoiler, we may watch it and figure out the ending but they showed it on late night tv so hopefully not!!!
Courtesy of hpootpfan100
Entire Christopher Gorham interview after the break:
As a big fan of Terry’s writing, MiM will definitely be giving his new thriller a try, sounds as though it is in the vein of Dean Koontz…Hardcover release August 18th, the Kindle edition will be available September 8th…
A publishing event— #1 New York Times–bestselling author Terry Goodkind turns in a new direction and delivers a stunningly original thriller.
Turning twenty-seven may be terrifying for some, but for Alex, a struggling artist living in the midwestern United States, it is cataclysmic. Inheriting a huge expanse of land should have made him a rich and happy man; but something about this birthday, his name, and the beautiful woman whose life he just saved, has suddenly made him—and everyone he loves—into a target. A target for extreme and uncompromising violence . . . In Alex, Terry Goodkind brings to life a modern hero in a whole new kind of high-octane thriller.
- Hardcover: 512 pages
- Publisher: Putnam Adult (August 18, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0399156046
- ISBN-13: 978-0399156045
MiM is pulling the trigger on some more Gold as it breaks under 910…now at 908.08…loading up while we can The way TOTUS is spending money and the FED is monetizing the debt MiM still expects Gold to be on a tear sooner rather than later….
It’s Shirley Bassey time!
Courtesy of BronzeVenus
Ahead of Alcoa earnings season kick off after the bell, DOW down 35 to 8128.61
S&P down 6.46 to 874.57
NAS down 12.36 to 1733.81
all the commodities are selling off
Oil now at 60.60….
Premiere IS tonight, this promo below has a bit of an error and in one spot says Wed July 10th, lol, maybe SciFi was too concerned over being SyFy which is just silly, MiM is still calling it SciFi!!!
MiM have read all the books, our eldest was a fan and now so are we :0) First, Trailer 4:
Torrential downpour did not bother the fans one bit! Courtesy of HarryPotterFansGR
A federal judge overseeing a high-profile copyright class action against Google Inc.’s YouTube dismissed some of the plaintiffs’ claims for damages from the video-sharing site.
U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton ruled that the plaintiffs, which include music publishers and Britain’s top soccer league, couldn’t request damages for videos with non-U.S. copyrights that may have appeared on YouTube.
Disagreeing with the plaintiff’s interpretation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, the judge wrote the U.S. law “bars statutory damages for all foreign and domestic works not timely registered” with the U.S. Copyright Office.
Judge Stanton also said the plaintiffs couldn’t seek punitive damages, another measure they had been requesting. But he left open the door for them to seek damages for claims over live broadcast footage.
The decision, which was released July 3, doesn’t address the core issue of the case, which has become entwined with Viacom Inc.’s 2007 copyright lawsuit against Google. Viacom’s suit argues that Google didn’t do enough to prevent Viacom’s videos from appearing on YouTube. Google counters that it complied with U.S. law by removing copyrighted content when alerted.
…A YouTube spokesman said “the punitive and statutory damages claims dismissed by the court were baseless from the start.”…