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...a tribute to becoming a doctor.
Much of a muchness
Angel has a job interview tomorrow! Foregoing my plans to go see Harry Potter opening night for Matt to have his interview and roleplaying. Will go to a matinee Saturday. I'll cope. Unlike some people (coughcoughnesserscough).

This company is too cool. Jeans and no-shoes and all. Sounds like just his kind of place.

Random facts from the TV (Discovery channel):
  • Always bring warm clothing - even on a day hike.

  • Bears sprint as fast as a quarter horse over a quarter-mile. They can run at 20-30 miles an hour.

  • Climbing a tree should only be done as a last resort. All bears can climb trees.

  • Play dead only if the bear contacts you.

  • If a bear attacks you at night, he is in fact trying to eat you.
This show must be subtitled How to go to a National Park and not die.

...Sure enough, it's called How to Survive.
And commercial break just had an ad for...spam burgers. SPAM. *screams*

The dog fighting for its life out in the cold does not say to itself "I will live so that I can produce puppies and have a nice life in a cedar basket by the fire"...

I want a nice life in a cedar basket by the fire. But for now, I'll settle for going to bed.

now feeling:: lethargic lethargic
now hearing:: "How to survive" - on the TV

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daxayl From: daxayl Date: November 15th, 2002 01:16 am (UTC) (etched in stone)


So, when playing dead is it wise to urinate to give the impressing of food that is now dirty as well as no longer alive (not to mention live things tend to deficate upon death)?

And a life in a cedar basked by the fire with some spam burgers upon occasion would be nice....definitally better than dog food. Do they still use horses for that?
feathered From: feathered Date: November 15th, 2002 11:13 am (UTC) (etched in stone)
Grrrawr. I scorn the Harry Potter movies. I scorn every big of Harry Potter merchandice. I read HP when it first came out in the U.S., before they became insanely popular, and I retain the right to be a snob about all the commercialism.

And, while the movies are pretty, they are nothing compared to the books.

feathered From: feathered Date: November 15th, 2002 11:13 am (UTC) (etched in stone)
big.. should be bit...
nessers From: nessers Date: November 16th, 2002 11:55 am (UTC) (etched in stone)

Cope Schmope!

Whateva! I totally saw it -twice- last night! I didn't even get out of the theatre until about two in the morning. -Everybody- loved it. We were all dressed up and hyper and, oh, my gosh, it was great. Screw commercialism. Some things go over the edge, yes, and no one expects the movies to be as excellent as the books. The only movie I've ever seen that I thought kicked the book's butt was the early nineties version of The Secret Garden. But, anyway.. AAAH! SO GOOD! Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is an amazing, fantastic, phenomenal, spectacular, stupendous, magnificent, baby-having-worthy piece of film (yes, film!) and -everyone- should go see it! Everyone! I laughed, I cried, I screamed, I had babies, I cheered, I went back to see it again! I wish there was a Hogwarts in America!
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