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Uninstalling firefox becuase it failed to initial properly over and over also wiped out the ENTIRE directory it was installed it, which included a few apps I use daily and a lot of things from when this machine was Karl's main machine.

That wasn't great.

I'm obsessed with movies still. Recommend something to me that has no connection to Tom Hanks, Renee Zellwegger or Tom Cruise. Preferrably something nothing like "Remains of the Day" or "The Fast and The Furious". We have Tomeii and Cure (or "Kyua" as the spine of the box says)to watch this weekend. Karl has shelves full of Japanese/Chinese/typical "Hong Kong Cinema"/Kung Fu and period piece epics, icluding some horror and lots of Kurosawa that I haven't seen.

I've done a metric ASSLOAD of absolutely nothing today. Read a little mail. That's about it. I *should* be pulling numbers, getting a start, getting ahead of things... but I'm not. I'm sitting here wondering if I should make another pot of coffee because I don't think the first one had any effect.
Either that or having the coffee plus a stacker cancelled out the coffee effects. Which makes no sense. But well, hey... neither does David Lynch...

I'm feeling (unfortunately) *wacky* today. I feel very jokey. I feel annoying.


Mar. 19th, 2004 06:00 pm (UTC)
I have this bad habit of being on the cutting edge of obscurity. I see things *no one* should see and then miss things that "everyone should see", which is why we watched The Deer Hunter last night and awhile back we watched Taxi Driver.

Karl has been kind enough to help me play catch up on the "classics". Still on the list is Raging Bull, Chinatown, the Godfather movies, and some seminal horror that I've only seen the rip offs of.. well.. and other stuff too. Heh.

Mar. 19th, 2004 06:27 pm (UTC)
no, im the same way. i have a grounding in the gangster classics, but thats basically it, in terms of cinematic history.


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