“Now Benson, I’m going to have to turn you into a dog for a while.”

It’s a movie quote. I’m looking for Who said it, in what movie, and the year the movie was released. For bonus points you can tell me who played the person who said it, when in the movie he said it. And for additional points… who played Benson? And if you have to look some or all of that up on the internet, please be honest and let me know. Thanks!

So… on to this week’s Modem Problems comics by Matthew McAndrews:

Matthew McAndrews’ Modem Problems #420 – Virtue of… – January 7th, 2008

Matthew McAndrews’ Modem Problems #421 – Ring Tone – January 10th, 2008

Health and Well-Being: Well, other than a bit of back pain, being short of sleep and other normalness, I’m doing rather well. Mhari is, too.

Eve Online: Nothing really new to report here. Skill training keeps going on. I played less of Eve this week because I am back on a full and normal work schedule and didn’t really have the time to do more than log in and set skills to train.

City of Heroes/Villains: Thank heavens… the Winter Event is over. We’ve sort of gotten back to normal again. Did Thrilling Adventures on Monday, a bit of Raging Darkness on Tuesday, Knight and the Angels on Wednesday. Last night was a little different. For the first time in a long time some of the core of Dark-Star went out and adventured. Psi-Sprite, Mhari Lindhaven, Rissa and my Thrillseeker, along with Ifritah, and Avenging Flame as side-kicks! We took on Malta like crazy and it was almost a non-stop slugfest. With so many of us doing these level 48 missions, there were mobs galore and sticking to any sort of plan for the way of dealing with them was almost impossible. It was just pound, pound, pound them into defeat. A pleasant time was had by all and Rissa hit level 48!

Yup, that’s it. Other than the quote answers, below. I had a busy, busy, busy work-week. And I really wished I had taken yesterday, my birthday, off from work. I just was NOT in the mood for work.

Someday, when I no longer have conflicts of interest involved, I might be able to talk about some of the things that caused me stress this past week. Most likely though, it will all blow over and I will forget, mostly, that anything ever happened. That usually how those things go. Let’s just say that we live in interesting times, and leave it at that.

The answers to last week’s quote:

Quote: "I have your car towed all the way to your house and all you’ve got for me is *lite* beer?"
Who Said it?: Biff Tannen
What Movie is it from?: Back to the Future
When was the movie released?: 1985

Who played the person who said it?: Thomas F. Wilson
Where/When in the movie is it being said?: Beginning of the movie after Marty comes home from school.

Well, that’s all I have time for this week. Thanks for reading and I will be writing again next week.