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Saturday, August 09, 2008

Non-comics Catch-Up

It's a busy sort of time period. I'm hideously behind on my comics again. On the "plus" side, I've got one week left of my internship. Plus is in quotes because, all things considered, I'm going to miss it incredibly. I learned SO much more than lawschool.

Why can't law work on apprenticeships again?

But on the real plus, Diamondrock came to visit! Diamondrock is the guy who got me into blogging! We saw Iron Man! Again for me. But heck, it's a fun movie. I keep missing seeing that darned shield though. 2nd time through was much the same as the first. No hidden insights that I missed the first time.

Tomorrow we're going to see the Incredible Hulk. I'm leery because I don't much like the character, but my mom says it's awesome. (She saw it while we saw Iron Man.)

By the way, my mother's badass. I saw Iron Man the first time with her, and she was the only person in our theatre who didn't cringe when he started pulling that long pipe thing out of his nose.

Nothing else to type. I'm going to bed so as to rest myself sufficiently to entertain my guest and NOT fall asleep at the keyboard while AIMing to Ragnell again. :-( (Sorry!!)

4 Comments:

  • At August 09, 2008 4:54 AM, Blogger Ami Angelwings said…

    Yay! You get to see lots and lots of Toronto in Hulk xDDD It was amusing b/c it was SO OBV Toronto, and the big fight at the end took place in the exact area I was watching it, and when I walked out of the theatre I'm like "hay we're in New York!" xDDD

    Have a good movieing :D And sleep wells :D

     
  • At August 09, 2008 12:19 PM, Blogger Anthony Strand said…

    The Hulk isn't up to the level of The Dark Knight or Iron Man, but it's a lot of fun. It has some serious punching in it.

     
  • At August 10, 2008 6:03 PM, Blogger Alan Coil said…

    Ragnell's still alive? I haven't seen a post from her in over a month.

     
  • At June 27, 2011 4:15 PM, Anonymous Viagra Online said…

    By the way, my mother's badass. I saw Iron Man the first time with her, and she was the only person at the end took place in the exact area I was watching it, and when I walked out of the theatre I'm like "hay we're in New York!" xDDD

     

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