Thursday, 3 January 2013

Yesterday is still Today

Triffids, Daleks, Ferengi, Wookies...

Yes, it's still the 2nd of January in the USA, so there's still time there to celebrate National Science Fiction Day, so chosen because it marks the birthday of the immortal Isaac Asimov.  If I had my way it'd enter the liturgical calendar of Catholic, Anglican and Lutheran Christians at the very least; and if that can't be arranged, there's gotta be at least one of the myriad sects calling themselves "Church of God" that would be willing to tag it onto the Feast of Trumpets or something else (Bob Thiel could surely make it a denominational distinctive.) As it is, even biblioblogger James McGrath, no slouch in noting momentous events in the multiverse, doesn't seem to have noticed.

Anyway, live long and prosper, and may the Force be with you!

1 comment:

  1. Sorry I didn't get around to mentioning it. I wasn't sure if this was in any sense official or recognized, since few people seemed to be talking about it!