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Monday, August 21, 2006

Sound the Trumpets

Is it sad that I don't even know what day it is anymore? I vaguely recall that it's Monday, but only because other people had to work. There also seems to be some part of my brain telling me that very soon I will be waking up at the dawn of the day to join the ranks of the worker bees; so far I've managed to ignore that part of my brain with a moderate amount of success. It's only a matter of time before that willful ignorance catches up with me.

In any case, I am now back in Boston- pretty much for good (unless I decide to make the trek for the NY State Fair, one of my all-time favorite events). And besides school starting back up, there is much excitement on the horizon. But for now, I just wanted to give you a little update on my Awesomeness Status:

  1. Saw Snakes on a Plane. 'Twas awesome, of course, though far more gory than I imagined. Who knew venomous snakes went for the jugular so often? Or the genitals, for that matter? Apparently all those hours of Animal Planet have taught me nothing.
  2. Saw Little Miss Sunshine. Loved it. I think I may have to give it the status of NPW's Favorite Movie of Summer 2006. A prestigious award, indeed.
  3. Bought a copy of an old PS2 game: Parappa the Rapper. How much do I love it? Enough to willingly induce a seizure by staring into its crazy 2D lights for way too long and listening to crazy rap music about french fries for hours on end.
  4. Returned my copy of Brain Age for the Nintendo DS. I was down to age 26 the second time I played it... considering I am 27, that would mean I am already too smart for my own good.
  5. Have a laundry list a mile long. I need to get my hair did, make a stop at Ikea, stock up at Target and Trader Joe's, clean, and put a whole lot of crap away. I am going to permit myself just one rhetorical question here: exactly how did I end up with so many pairs of shoes? They've taken over my life. I'm donating some of those bitches to the Salvation Army. Shoe slave, no longer.
That's going to have to wrap it up for me today. Be cool, stay in school.


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