Saturday, July 31, 2010
Friday, July 30, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Monday, July 26, 2010
Let me just deviate from topic one last time, and let me be extremely frank in my message. I do not care how good that four day old donut looks. I do not care how chocolately the frosting still appears. I do not care if you can hear it calling to you from the kitchen when you are in your office with the door shut.
Do Not Eat the Four Day Donut. Trust me. Oh, please god, Trust Me on This!!
Tonight when the worst of the Killer Donut had past, leaving behind the residual that made any hang over I ever had seem good, I had to ponder. If this pastry had done what it set out to do, would the death certificate and/or tombstone read Death by Donut? I'm thinking ... yeap ... that is probably exactly the way I will check out: something stupid, totally preventable by common sense and arriving at the house in a Krispy Kreme box.
Will not be discussing "Moscow Chill" tonight as planned, though I might go lie on the couch and watch another movie. I'm thinking I might be quiet for a day or so, if you can imagine that!! At most, I think I will lay there and think about how I am never going to eat another donut in my entire life!! And just think about how close this was ... I ate the chocolate. Right next to it? Was the cream filled!! I don’t even want to think about that!!!
Sunday, July 25, 2010
And so is the simplicity, yet brilliance of this, and it makes me want to open a file and start typing:
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Friday, July 23, 2010
Thank you Lucien Carr, both of you, you just might save me tonight!
I should have thought of it eight hours ago as I loved the quote and have already mentioned it in the blog ...
"Why don't you just start on the second paragraph?"
I am now going to go start my second paragraph and see where that leads me ...
See, if I hadn't been watching these movies, I might be looking for a bridge right now ... LOL
Top: "Beat": Norman Reedus as Lucien Carr; Ron Livingston as Allen Ginsberg. Bottom: Lucien Carr(left) at Allen Ginnsberg's wedding, 1953
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
You're taking one down
You sing a sad song just to turn it around ...
~Daniel Powter, 2009
Day not going so hot and it's nothing personal to do with actors or movies or anything else. Just, you know ... one of those days where all of them seem to out number little ol' you? Had lunch. Appropriate lunch: Oreo cookies and a glass of milk ...
I will eat the salad for a mid day snack.
... so the question ... I am ahead on cookies and family leaving in a couple house and I will be hitting Play. Do I go ahead and pick a dead/villain movie to keep the cookie to movie ratio fair? Or do I get a pass on this one. I did already get my walk in ... orders or no orders cuz let's face it, I'm bitchy sometimes ... :)
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
There is no way in the world that I could ever be able to say that "Mimic" was supposed to be an Academy Award winning film, even if it did have Academy winning people it in. I can say, however, that it was such a blast to watch that we watched it twice ... once, of course, to see it with our bug-a-phobic daughter who then laughed her ass off!!