Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Now to read that history homework...

I have spent the last 2 hours in Miller first lounge fighting with Brice, Dan, Joel, Andrew, and Michael with Shinai (harmless bamboo swords). We then sat around, and talked about airsoft guns and double Uzis.

I have never felt more like a man than I do right now.

Thursday, March 16, 2006

So did you know that if you look at the imdb page for "Tag der Freiheit" (Day of Freedom), the 1935 Nazi Propaganda film by Leni Riefenstahl, then at the bottom it says:


I've gone through several permutations, and none of them make any sense.

P.S. And oh yeah, I'm home.

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

The obligatory Oscar post

Crash won...Brokeback mountain didn't...

(...somewhere, a gay cowboy is crying.)

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

let's see, how do you work this thing again?

Since the last time I posted was right after my birthday, and since I'd hate to miss my "one update per month" quota, here's my top 10 movie list of 2005. I hesitated to put these up at this late date (it's already freaking march of 2006), but I promised so...here they are.

1. Munich
2. Murderball
3. Batman Begins
4. King Kong
5. A History of Violence
6. Crash
7. Junebug
8. Thumbsucker
9. Serenity (well, duh...it's me)
10. Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

Honorable mention(s):
Everything is Illuminated
The 40-Year-Old Virgin
The Chronic(what?)cles of Narnia

Now I know none of you really care about this, but I didn't feel like I could do anything else until I posted these like I said I would. I was intending on writing a blurb for each of them, but each blurb I started ended up being way too long, and I could never get through all of them.

So there. Let's just hope that my internal anguish will stop bugging me about it now.