Since then, head and neck have been killing me. Made up for it all, though. We made home-made meatball subs which, I must say, were excellent. Went and snagged some flicks, which leads me to the rest of the evening.
Finally watched Donnie Darko. Been meaning to see it forever, but never picked it up...now, before you few start quizzing and asking and discussing it with me, I gotta tell you, it was not what I expected, but it was very good, and I do plan on buying the DVD. The more it settles into my brain, the more I like it, but there are a few things I still need to get my head around. However, I've taken a liking to 'Frank The Bunny' (partly just due to the name), and desperately want the t-shirt with him on it that says "why are you in that stupid man suit?"...so, just a nod to anyone that ever wanted to buy me something. I sense a new icon in my future...
Anyway, the more I let it ooze around my synapses, the more I like it, but it did have a few problems...the main one being that, without the knowledge of a few things on the website (or DVD extras, I understand), the movie's "point" is lost. I'm seeing a trend with that, and I don't like it. OK, I know computers and the 'Net are just this side of stepping into that slot marked 'Total Home Integration', held previously only by Radio and TV, but come on. Making a film that is not complete unless you do some heavy netsurfing (and if you've never been to the website, we aren't talking about an easy site to deal with) is just obnoxious. What if the site goes down? It's not going to be up forever. Ah well, not worth my ranting about...yes, I actually said that, write this date down in history.
Well, Di has gone on to dreamland, and I'm wired...so look for me on IM, if you like. Anyone wanna play some GunBound?