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This time last year . . .


Kinda strange to look back over it. A lot can happen in a year, huh? It really does feel longer than a year, especially when I look at the surrounding entries. The job at the nursing school I applied for didn't work out, the clothes I bought have come in handy (though I still have yet to wear that red and black lace dress somewhere) and my devotion to Paul Melançon remains unabated.

I took the cash I got from the parents for my birthday and bought DVDs with it. Got Sing Blue Silver (natch), Live Baby Live (INXS), a documentary on The Beatles' first trip to America and Volume 2 of the MST3K collections. I spent most of yesterday and today going through the MST3K and laughing my fool head off. Nothing like some sublime and utter goofiness to liven up your day.

I need to get another cord to hook the bass pedal to the amp. I also need to drop off the sack of Stuff To Get Rid Of at the nearest thrift shop. I also need to do the dishes, finish the story I've been working on and find a better job. Not necessarily in that order.


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Jun. 17th, 2004 05:12 pm (UTC)
MST3K is one of my most favorite shows in the WORLD (or it was, when Joel was on it)
Jun. 17th, 2004 05:33 pm (UTC)
I love watching and mocking bad movies, so MST3K is the perfect show for me. Some of the DVDs (none in this collection, though) come with uncut versions of the movies, so you can watch it without the guy and two robots and then watch it all over again with the guy and two robots. Hours of cheesy movie entertainment!
Jun. 17th, 2004 05:43 pm (UTC)
I love MST3K.

I used to get hours of laughs from those goof balls. I'll never be able to watch a B film the same way again.
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