Weekend!

Holy cow? Is it Friday already?

Indeed it is.

Tomorrow morning, as part of my errands for the day, I go to the airport to drop off Maribou. AND THEN I HAVE ALL WEEKEND TO DO WHATEVER.

Which will probably translate to “laundry” and “grocery store”, now that I think about it, but… hey. It’s not like that can’t be kicked to Monday night, or Tuesday night… which, basically, means that I will sit at home and mope.

So… what’s on your docket?

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30 thoughts on “Weekend!

  1. We’ll see if I can motivate myself to watch the There Will Be Blood* disc on the shelf from Netflix, or burn a few Wilfred‘s off the DVR (I keep deciding I am done with the show, then they either have a good dog joke, or a strange comedic concept pop up).

    * It doesn’t help my motivation that my friend suggested that it should’ve been titled There Will Be Blood…And You Will Be Bored.

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    • I saw There Will Be Blood and No Country For Old Men at the same theater, within a short period of time. Both times the theater was packed, and both times, the audience uttered a groan when the movie ended. I’d never seen that before, and haven’t seen it since.

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      • TWBB was overrated mostly because the end sort of plopped. It was mostly a show of how amazingly Day-Lewis can inhabit some real nutcases well. But it didn’t go anywhere.

        NCOM was on of those movies where people thought they were watching one kind of movie but were really watching something else.

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      • NCFOM is just a weird movie, structurally. I mean, the protagonist dies off screen with a bunch of movie left. It was one of those movies that, after it was over, I thought to myself, “I think I enjoyed that, but I don’t need to enjoy it again.”

        TWBBI got totally caught up in DDL’s performance, and pretty much lost the story altogether, to the extent that there was one. I rewatched it from the comfort of my couch maybe a year and a half later, and fell asleep.

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      • Well what was weird about NCFOM is that it wasn’t really a movie about the protagonist per se. Or that Tommy Lee was the heart of the movie so it made sense to end on him. People watched it like a caper flick or straight crime drama when it was a more existential, ambiguous and about the time period then anything else.

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      • It’s a weird thing to say, I know, but the film might have worked better overall if Javier Bardem hadn’t been so compelling. As it was, every minute without either Bardem or the imminent threat of Bardem seemed unimportant.

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  2. No big plans this weekend. I have the last battle of Shadowrun Returns waiting for me (I died last night on my first attempt).

    I might be running some DnD for my son. We started an adventure. He runs two characters, and I run two in combat. I am sure he and I will play some Borderlands 2 together.

    I might help my dad install a new exhaust hood over their stove, unless he decides he is not going to do it this weekend.

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