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I’m sorry, Keri Russel! You should probably marry me to help you through these tough times. We all need someone to watch Netflix with!
I’ve never seen it either!
It’s a Christmas movie? (Honest question!)
I’m drowning in work right now so I can’t talk about this movie, but I just want to stop by and say it was a delightful insane mess.
The best part was when the cops kicked in the door to the cabin and burst in guns drawn and the main-cop says (something like), “Everybody calm down.” They were calm! Until you kicked their door in and pointed your guns at them!
The last two days I’ve been helping interview for a position on our team at work–a position that I applied and also interviewed for previously, but apparently didn’t get, though no one explicitly followed up to tell me (long, gross story). It’s taken a lot of time during an otherwise busy post-holiday week. And now I’m cycling through genuine inspiration and curdling envy at all the cool professional goals and experiences of our applicants.
Anyway, we decided on the woman who would get it, and she is super deserving and really smart and all-around great, and I’m for real excited to work with her in the few months remaining before I have a sadness breakdown about my own dead-end position.
I hate the way”Jif” sounds. It’s gross sounding to me for some reason. If someone was all, “Oh, did you see that funny JIFF file I posted on your facebook?” I think I would just blush.
So close, Holiday in Handcuffs.
This looks uh-mazing.
I’ll be heading up the the G.F.s parents’ place, and we… don’t get along super great. I think as long as I don’t get roped into helping to put up their Christmas lights (seriously, a stressful experience for even the healthiest family), I’ll be ok. But then on Sunday I’m doing a Friendsgiving with some people, and I’ll be making twice-baked potatoes!
You win some, you lose some!
Speaking of winning some, I put on some Star Trek: The Next Generation the other night while I was doing some other things. I’d never seen it before, but I had the apt to myself and thought it would make good background noise. And, ummmmm, this show is super great and I watched like seven episodes already and I guess I’m a Star Trek guy now?
“Jim Carey’s character was the guy in The Mask the whole time???”
MUPPET. CHRISTMAS. CAROL.
Honeydew bowling balls.
I’m cheating on both of them with my girlfriend.
Um these are amazing and totally made my day.
Great job David Blaine, you weirdo!
Professor Franco was great, but Seth Rogen was always hanging around for some reason and trying to buy weed from me. When I brought it to Professor Franco’s attention, he just told me a long story about how Seth had once made a bong out of a fake rock from the set of 127 Hours. It was a pretty good story. B+.
OH! But yesterday I was home before anyone else so I got out a book and I put on the TV one of those real-time train ride videos that Kelly was making fun of last week and it was perfect. Everything I dreamed.
Been having stomach problems for which I went to see the doctor last week. He said I can’t drink alcohol for at least two weeks, and I am frowning DEEPLY over here.
This is a great point. But I figure that these days, many (most?) serious couples talk about marriage together in private, and the proposal– public or not–is just sort of an official gesture. When I watched, I imagined that both of these people knew they were going to get engaged to one another already. But maybe that’s not true, and he actually totally surprised her, in which case BLECK.
Eh, this one seems OK enough. They get a pass!
Towards the end of high school, Blockbuster started a program wherein you paid a monthly fee for unlimited rentals. You just brought in your last DVD and exchanged it for a new one. Kind of a Netflix without the mail before Netflix existed.
Anyway, it was kind of a lonely time for me, but I had just got my driver’s license, and was starting to get into movies. And I absolutely tore through the stock at my local Blockbuster. I saw a whole bunch of the most “important” (or just my favorite) “serious” movies for the first time because of that deal: 2001, Amadeus, Chinatown, Citizen Friggin’ Kane… not to mention the first season of Arrested Development and the the original Broadway recordings of Into the Woods and Sunday in the Park with George, the former of which I later auditioned for at school because I fell so much in love with the show based on its DVD.
Anyway, RIP Blockbuster. See you in Heaven!!
I had a job interview yesterday that went pretty good!
And tomorrow I have a doctors appointment because I’ve had stomach pains for like a week and I guess its time to finally talk to a doctor about the fact that I’ve had tummy troubles for years and years and probably have some gross chronic thingy, blech!
Thank you so much for linking this…
OK you convinced me. I’ll take it!
Not a caption, just… I mean, this picture could be from ANY season, or from a magazine shoot of the actors. Sherlock is great, but come on BBC!