I have purported to be interested in politics and the nation and all, but tonight I went to see “The Squid and the Whale” instead of watching the State of the Union address. Of course, being I am inherently a predictable animal, I came right home and drank Tang and watched a rerun of the […]
One time Alexis called Luke’s mind a “mangled circuitry” and I’ve been calling mine that ever since.
Tonight I watched a movie about three of the most miserable people on Earth. It’s called “21 Grams,” and it gets it title from the notion that a person loses 21 grams of body weight at the moment of death. Dreary, isn’t it? That idea is probably the most uplifting aspect of the film. I […]
Last night, I declared aloud to no one but Sachen that Tetris is “too hard.” If this game of manipulating falling blocks with no tangible consequences is “too hard,” what will life be like? I am resolved not to find out.
Tonight we were talking, in my “Diversity of Women in the U.S.” class, about what drives women and how we can learn a lot about a woman if we know what drives her. I agreed readily and then I started to think about what can be gleaned about me this way. Suddenly, I realized that […]
(1946 – 2005) I am shocked. I really don’t know what to think about it. It’s a little like when John Ritter died. I kept thinking, “But I just saw him on Sunday and everything was fine.”