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Nov. 10th, 2011


Writer's Block: Hand me a tissue, please.

About 3 days ago I watched a stitched together compilation of Bambi 1 and 2.  Enough said.
When was the last time you cried?

Jun. 29th, 2011


Writer's Block: What's been seen can’t be unseen

What is your LEAST favorite movie of all time, and why?

Off the top of my head, I would have to say either Hatari! or The Conqueror (both of which I did not finish).  I finished Twilight and The Mist so that is saying something.

I watched Hatari! several years ago on VHS, and all I remember was that for some reason some people were in Africa, they found a baby elephant, the song my Junior High band was learning played (Baby Elephant walk), and being EXTREMELY bored.

This past Spring quarter my Asian Studies teacher told us of a movie about the mongols to the North of China that was really horrible starring John Wane (sadly the man was also in Hatari!).  Towards the end of quarter he showed us part of it... made my brain hurt... John Wane and a bunch of other European looking Americans played Mongols to the north of China, more specifically, John Wane was suppose to be Genghis Khan =.=''

I liked the first Twilight book, after that.... well yeah... the movie.... .... I could go into a whole organized argument/rant about it, but i'll keep it short.  There are mistakes I caught while watching.  Some scenes were shot poorly.  There's a famous waterfall called Multnomah Falls that is located in OREGON in the background of the baseball scene which was suppose to be near Forks Washington.

The Mist was one of the first horror movies i saw in theaters.... and the spiders haunted my dreams... and the fact that at the end of the movie, the main charcters decide to drive as far as the tank of gas will take them.  It runs out.  They are still in the mist, and want to die before getting eaten. After the father has shot everyone in the car except himself because they didn't have enough bullets, he goes out side and begs the monsters to kill him, then the mist clears up, the army or whatever organization is killing monsters and the people from the f*cking store drive by cause they were rescued. His Wife is dead.  He shot his son. end.   .... I think this movie was designed to frustrate the audience.  I remember people in the theater clapped when Mrs. Carmody died.  Short version- A "window" to another dimension becomes a door.  Monsters come through.  said monsters kill a bunch of people and drive some of the survivors a little crazy... oh yeah, most main/minor characters are in a little grocery store where the entire store front is made of glass.

Apr. 8th, 2011


Writer's Block: It's cold outside

I live in Minnesota, so it's funny to hear people in places like California complaining about the cold. What temperature is too cold for you?

I live in Washington State, all deg.are stated in Fahrenheit.

Around 35 deg is a little weird for me personally.  Its like my body can't decide if its kind of warm or absolutely freezing outside. Its very uncomfortable.  Oddly enough, I'm ok around 28 deg. (with no wind). Getting below 20 deg is freaking cold, and single digits and below is ******* cold.

On the other hand, I can't stand heat.  If its above 80 deg in the shade, its too freaking hot.  If I stick my hand out of a moving vehicle and feel hot air, its too freaking hot.

Apr. 9th, 2010

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Found the Videographer?

Well this guy came to the Resident Evil photoshoot on saturday with an expensive camera (like the nicer version of what I used in my highschool video class)


Beware of the Witch!

sakura con 2010