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Hey, guys, I'm just really tired....

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Hey, guys. Yet another in a seemingly endless series of medical traumas in the Republibot Household. We ended up spending the weekend in the hospital (No, I don't want to talk about it) As you may recall, I recently and abruptly lost my father over Christmas, it looked like I was going to lose someone else Friday. My own health is terrible.

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MERRY CHRISTMAS! (And the present that ceases to give in a way that never stops giving)

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Merry Christmas!

Why are you even visiting this site today? You must have something better to do, right? Sheesh.

Anyway: Here endeth the year-long experiment in recycling old content from before we became popular. The theory was that rerunning this stuff was better than just having two blank days over the weekend. The jury is still out on that, but as it stands now, I don't think we're gonna' do this again next year. We're popular enough now that people root around and find our old content even if it's not on the front page, so there's not really anything that needs more exposure.

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REVIEWERS NEEDED FOR SEVERAL NEW SHOWS (UPDATED)

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Torchwood started its long-delayed 4th season last week, Warehouse 13 returned for its 3rd season last night, and "Alphas" premiered. As it happens, none of our people have access to "Stars," so we don't have a way to review Torchwood, though we really want to. W-13 we kinda' don't give a crap about, and have no plans to review unless someone wants to step up. Probably we *should* cover Alphas at least for a little bit, but we're suffering a manpower shortage at present, and probably won't be able to do so.

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WE NEED AN OFFICIAL REPUBLIBOT MOVIE CRITIC! WANT THE JOB?

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We need an official Republibot Movie Critic.

Maybe that could be you? Basically the job entails you becoming an official (unpaid, but highly-regarded) staff member here on the site, with full blogging privileges. Your stuff will be read by hundreds of people every day, your opinions venerated (Or ridiculed, which is frequently the same thing), and you'll get to develop the elusive and enticing "Web Presence" that the kids are so hip on these days. In other words, we can help you build up your own name brand to do your own solo stuff with when you want to.

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WRITE FOR REPUBLIBOT!

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Republibot is dedicated to covering as many Science Fiction shows and movies as we possibly can. At present, we're covering Stargate: Universe (What's left of it), Eureka, The Event, Doctor Who, V, and some kidvid like GI Joe: Renegades, Young Justice, Ben 10, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, and Sym-Bionic Titan (Assuming it comes back for a second season).

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Introducing Robert Bee

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The Republibot Website is very proud to introduce Robert Bee, our new staff writer who volunteered to join us during my recent bout of burnout.

Readers of The Internet Review of Science Fiction will already know Mr. Bee for the series of fine articles he's written for them over the past few years, and he even gets cited as a reference on other websites from time to time. If you've never been to that site, check 'em out here:
http://www.irosf.com/user/show.qsml?loaduser=11723

I'm a tough critic, but I think all this stuff is really good.

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CAPRICA REVIEWS DELAYED

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Science Fiction Uber-Babe Anne Francis died last night. Did Syfy decide to run "Forbidden Planet," or her episodes of genre TV shows? They did not. Did they decide to run a marathon of "Honey West" episodes? They did not. (Granted that show isn't SF, but it's no less SF than WWF Wrestling is, and a whole lot more fun to watch). So what *ARE* they doing?

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WE NEED REVIEWERS! RIGHT NOW!

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There's a number of series that we'd really like to review here on Republibot, but we just don't have the manpower to handle it.

Specifically, there are two series on Syfy coming up that we'd love to cover, but kind of can't: "Eureka" and "Warehouse 13." Unless we can find someone amongst our readers to cover them, I'm afraid neither of 'em are going to be reviewed here, and that's a shame as we were pretty dedicated to both series last year. We'd really like to be able to do that again.

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