It’s Craig’s List week at http://www.savethescc.com. Fans of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles are creating postings on the Los Angeles Craig’s List site all week to help spread the word about the show and the fan’s fight to get it back. The site sponsored a Craig’s List Day back in October and there were some really creative and fun ads. I’m looking forward to seeing them all.
I am now the official Shirley Manson news reporter at the Sarah Connor Society. I talked myself into volunteering for the position yesterday, a couple days after posting the opening on a Garbage forum. Check out my first post:
Today I saw an old friend and former teammate at a cross country race. She moved out West and the only real contact we’ve had was very minimal via Facebook.
We were catching up and talking about Halloween costumes and when I told her I was going as Sarah Connor (from the TV show, not the movies) we had a nerd moment. Apparently she and her boyfriend are huge fans of the show and they both know about www.savethescc.com and are both Resistance Fighters. He was even in one of the Save the SCC’s videos and we may be friends on Twitter and not even realize it (I’ve never met him). How crazy is that?
Here’s another TSCC video. This one features Riley, Jesse and Derek and is set to Garbage’s cover of Vic Chesnutt’s “Kick My Ass”.
I’ve been wanting to do this video for a long time, basically since I saw Ayria open for VNV Nation this summer. Music is Ayria – My Revenge On the World. If you haven’t heard Ayria’s other stuff, check it out. They’re currently on tour in Europe.
WOOOHHOOOO!! Direct confirmation from someone with major influence that Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is not yet fully dead. There have been “many discussions” about a TSCC DVD movie.
And just in case you were not aware, io9 rocks. Seriously.
And this is why. There’s a giant 10′ x 20′ billboard driving around LA this week all to try and save Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. It makes me smile just thinking about it. It’s freaking big and right out there.
So far, the campaign has been pretty successful in it’s first day, with stories published by SciFi Wire (SyFy Network’s news site) and The SciFi Block.
Tomorrow (Tuesday), the billboard will be doing loops past CNN and CBS. Full route info and details are here.
And if that weren’t enough, there’s some stickering ninjas across the globe:
I love it!