January 10th, 2002


"thinkin' 'bout Sarah..."

It's a silly recent song, and all I like about it is the title.

I am finally feeling guilty about having so many of my brother's DVDs, so I watched Ravenous and Heat last night. Ravenous was odd, but fun. Guy Pearce is as much a chameleon as Val Kilmer. Very bloody film. Heat was very very long. Also, the volume of the film changed radically throughout. The dialogue was too quiet. The action scenes were too loud. It lost points for that. However, the acting was good, and the plot was decent. It just wasn't a great movie.

I finished rereading Lord Foul's Bane today, by Stephen R. Donaldson. I really didn't like it the last time I read it, but I wasn't old enough to appreciate it back then. Now that I have known pain and heartache, Thomas Covenant has more depth. I still don't like him, but I understand him better now.

Also, the Simpsons and Malcolm in the Middle were incredible last Sunday. I am very happy with those shows this season, as well as Scrubs and Friends. Speaking of which, it's time to watch Tuesday's episode of Scrubs.


Wil Wheaton is selling a ST:TNG lunchbox on eBay!


I was browsing the Stile Project, and I saw this:

"Just happened to be looking at actor Wil Wheaton's website today, which he actually created and writes himself, and saw this:

My friend Debra also came to the show, and she brought her cousin, who gave me a stile project T-shirt, which I wore proudly to the new job today. It was very funny to watch people look at it, and realize that they knew what the website was. I'd say the recognition was split about 50-50 between "That site is SICK!" and "That site is FUNNY!"

Good work, Stile, Wil "Stand By Me" Wheaton wore your t-shirt to his first day at a new job at some video-game cable network or something. Wil Wheaton. And what's even shittier, his site is actually interesting, well-done, and somewhat entertaining. At least Steve Guttenberg's site still really sucks."

So, I went over to Wil's site, and saw this:

"Good morning, everyone! I just have a minute, this morning, and I wanted to make a few announcements.

*I've had this auction up on eBay for about a week, and it's ending in 1 day, 12 hours. I just thought I'd remind anyone who wanted to check it out."

This is too funny.