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June 07 2008

(SPOILER) First set pics of Summer Glau in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Season 2. Courtesy of Giant Freakin Robot, Summer's robot character will be back!

(Let's please remember to use a period at the end of the "Link Title" line. Thanks! -z.)

[ edited by zeitgeist on 2008-06-07 18:37 ]

I like this one because clearly that's the expression all Terminators strive to achieve.

[ edited by theonetruebix on 2008-06-07 19:28 ]
I was JUST about to post that same link theonetruebix!

but you beat me to it.
As I've said before, credit the source. I've changed the link to the original URL.
If the only spoiler is that Summer Glau is in the pictures, it's stupid to put (SPOILER) when it says "Pictures of Summer Glau" right there in the link. Mwahaha...
I'm confused by the period request. Is it some sort of coding issue? Because most of the titles aren't sentences (this one, for instance, lacks a verb) and wouldn't grammatically require a period. Just like a newspaper headline. Thanks!
FaithsTruCalling images of future episodes have always been regarded are spoilers so it's not stupid.

As for the period thing Well sentences and headlines on the front page look a bit odd without full stops I hope people would agree with that And now back to the subject in hand
I have an idea Maybe to appeal to all opinions on the matter we could have one day where periods are banned Actually nevermind Not so sure I like that idea after all Carry on
Aren't these the same pics that were ref'd in the FoF post Numfar PTB added yesterday? (Or the day before yesterday if you're on the other side of the pond.) FoF linked to the Sarah Connor Society's pics.
cabri your link didn't work for me. I clicked on three different "images" lines and got "Not found".

But the one on this thread works & there are some great shots. I'm glad this show is coming back, I hope it moves from pretty entertaining to seriously awesome, this season.
But I still have serious misgivings about Lena Heady, not nearly tough enough for the role, IMO. Just too much of a cream puff.
Thanks for the link. It's always interesting to see the stunt doubles in costume too... gives me that weird fascination/horror you get as a slightly older child, if you catch someone taking off their Santa/Father Christmas beard. "Whoa!" And "/shudder. I kinda wish I didn't know."

(P.S. I think post titles without periods screw things up for people getting their W-esque by way of a feed.)
I'm not surprised that people forget the full stop (period) at the end of the link title because on neither the "post example" nor the "post story" pages does it say that you have to use one. In fact, on the "post example" page there isn't one.
Heheh, b!X! It does indeed play merry hob with the RSS feed for some people. I'll verify whether its still an issue and update the example pages as necessary.

[ edited by zeitgeist on 2008-06-08 15:51 ]
I'm not surprised that people forget the full stop ...

Huh, and all this time I thought folk left it off deliberately to wind zeitgesit up ;-).
(zeitgesit is zeitgeist's evil twin BTW, little known fact that)
(zeitgesit is zeitgeist's evil twin BTW, little known fact that)

I'm going to start saying "zeitgesit" when people sneeze.
:) As it turns out, the RSS issues are all cleared up/were reported by an unreliable source, so just use regular rules of punctuation when posting and all will be good.

I'm not surprised that people forget the full stop (period) at the end of the link title because on neither the "post example" nor the "post story" pages does it say that you have to use one. In fact, on the "post example" page there isn't one.



Thatīs because the example used didn't need a full stop, since it was the link was part of a sentence, not a sentence in itself. We've now changed the example a little to be more clear. It really isn't difficult, people. Use a full stop if your link is separate from your description. Don't if it's not.

And if you ask me, there never was an issue with full stops in our RSS feed.
I don't think that it was our feed that was at fault; it sounds like it was someone's really crappy RSS reader.
It really isn't difficult, people.

Truly, full stop.
I'm confused now. Is Summer turning into a Full Stop for Season 2?

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