I'm just an animal looking for a home



Current Mood: moody
Current Music: Weakerthans – Confessions Of A Futon Revolutionist (live)

I’m reading Lolita. Seems like a book I should have read a long time ago. Has everyone else read it? I’m only on page 40 or so. I wish my name was Humbert Humbert.

Been playin’ quite a bit of Yahoo Spades these days.

Red Sox winning a lot of games. Excellent.

I’m not sure why I’m so terse tonight. Quite unlike my normally wordy self, although this sprawling sentence — ahhh, I don’t know how to end this sentence.

I’ve been downloading old episodes of Doctor Who and watching them. They’re slowly releasing them on DVD. Awesome.

It is becoming clear that I don’t have much to say here. Work has been crazy for the past couple of weeks. There were a lot of lay-offs, but the amount of work we’re supposed to do has not been reduced. So we’re trying to figure out how we’re going to meet our goals. The current answer is “work long hours”.

I think I’m gonna go watch one of my movies. By which I mean a movie that I own, not a movie that I created, although I could watch the classic “Assassination de Julio Cesar” — a film made for my 10th grade English class in which I played two roles. It included me giving a eulogy over my own corpse. A notable fact about this movie is that it was filmed the day after I lost my virginity, so it has a special place in my heart for that reason as well. Oh the memories.

Oh, I saw Belle & Sebastian in concert last week. They were very good, as I expected. And they have a million people in their band. Who knew?

Ok, ok, I have nothing at all interesting to say. I should take a cue from the movie Kicking & Screaming and offer to pay any readers fifty cents for taking up their time with this nonsense. Go about your business.


Author: mitcharf

vegan, curmudgeon, animal lover, feminist, agnostic, cat whisperer, bookworm, hermit, Red Sox fan, Cthulhu enthusiast, softball player, man-about-town

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