Alias Chizandra Lingwats

I am completely hooked on the tv series Alias. K and I have been watching several episodes a night the past week. Now we’re at episode six in the second season (each season has 22 episodes).

Here are some Alias sites that are pretty good. The official site on ABC. Guide to the music from the series (which is great – they make good picks), photos, Rambaldi special Alias fan site with episode guide, forums, quotes etc. AND it has a wonderful sections of “lessons learned from Alias”. Here are some examples:

* Some people can get their wigs to stay on really well.
* College can be more painful than torture.
* When in doubt: smile and fake it.
* Sometimes bad things happen to good people.
* Sometimes bad things happen to bad people.
* To make any office feel more personal, add a candy jar.
* Throwing your pager into the ocean might make you feel better.
* It’s okay to give someone the finger, as long as it’s in a box.

The Safe House has a good guide to guest stars, including Kevin Mitnik, Faye Dunaway, John Hannah, Roger Moore, Christian Slater, Quentin Tarantino and Ethan Hawke.

If you watch a lot of Alias and play some Unreal Tournament 2003 during the same period, you start to dream strange dreams.
The other night I was an agent, waiting together with my partner to be attacked by the other side’s forces. They had some huge container or energy source or machine of some kind (unclear) that we needed to destroy. My partner was to shoot at it with a cannon from some distance, directed by me – I was to go closer and guide him where to shoot.
It turned out that the thing was enormous. The biggest construction I had ever seen. Somehow I knew it was full of explosive fuel. I’m not sure if I tried to warn my partner, but anyway he shot at it and hit somewhere at the top.
That’s all I hung around for – then I started running. I ran as fast as I could, and for a long time, never looking back.
When I got to the water the ground was shaking. I didn’t turn around, but looked to my right. There a giant mountain of lava was billowing. With dread i turned, only to find that the entire horizon was one big wave of lava – the explosion had been so big that the earth had cracked.
I knew I had to get out of there, so I kept on running. Into the water, trying to find a motor boat, but the lava stream was getting closer and closer.
That’s when I woke up.

Speaking about aliases, I have an alias that I use sometimes when I don’t want to state my real name: Chizandra Lingwats. It’s a totally crazy name, and I don’t know where I’ve got it from, but I kinda like it.

Archived comments from my old publishing system:
Sofie from Karlstad, Sweden writes:
Perhaps “Witchblade” would be something for you? Nice pic, Lotta smiles!
M-o-m: 8 – 2003-6-3 21:53


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