February 19th, 2005

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7189 - I'm with the TPC.

Rats, the condo I was shopping for is pending sale. :P



The Thin Man was excellent, as always. I'm glad that I had it sent out... I really dig Nick and Nora Charles. (Maybe why I like Elongated Man so much, when written properly.) William Powell just rocks... Richard Diamond is still my favorite incarnation of Powell's Detectives... I like his Private Eyes a bit more over easy than hard-boiled. I'd guess that I have about forty or fifty radio episodes saved on the HD. He's not a bad singer, either.

[edit: flying_blind rightfully corrected me... Richard Diamond was played by Dick Powell, another excellent performer.]



Pictures of Walls - I really like this one.



Blue Ice cubes? How degenerate!



I forgot how much the opening theme music to The President's Analyst reminds me of the old Batman TV show, even while a man is knifed in the ribs. The rest is pretty wacky stuff, too. I'm amazed that it's on DVD. It becomes superb once full blown paranoia sets in. I'm glad the music is the theatrical music, rather than the reworked vhs stuff.



Someone made the singing fountain into a geocache! I took an Italian coin, and left a hair tie with a little froggy-bead.



Moment of Lyric:

Well, a fake Jamaican took every last dime with a scam
It was worth it just to learn from sleight-of-hand
Bad news comes don't you worry even when it lands
Good news will work its way to all them plans
We both got fired on the exactly the same day
Well we'll float on good news is on the way




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Because you never know when you might need a small cork... or Mexican jumping beans.



I want a black-and-white cookie. As good a reason as any to take a nice walk. Until later, dear journal.



1 year ago - CoH preorder, getting a TENS

2 years ago - sleepy and rock-headed

3 years ago - nice dreams, String Cheese Incident, Feng Tzu-Chen, FMM poop, cool swiss mecha-island

4 years ago - placentophagy, haiku, poop on Tampa
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