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October 14, 2009

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Ahistoricality

What I don't understand about Moore's "revelation" is why anyone is surprised. Given the jargon of the show, and the known detail-orientation of the fan base, I wouldn't expect script-writers - who usually aren't part of the show's production team - to be handling continuity around technology.

Miriam

And, of course, it's been known for years--I even worked in a joke about it in the Star Trek parody over in my sidebar.

richard

Love the Sherlock Holmes example. I could use that the next time I teach Detective Fiction (even the right story!)

A Mundi

That's quite marvelous. I'm still chuckling.

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