Wednesday, October 04, 2006

When it rains it pours

This has not exactly been the greatest of times. I apologize for not writing any movie reviews, but aside from that Science of Sleep review I keep meaning to finish writing,I haven't seen any movies. It's frightening. I don't know what's happened to me. I used to love going to the movies. I mean, I still do love going to the movies, I just haven't gone lately. It's frightening.

But lately, it's been kind of crazy with my job ending and the search for a new apartment. On top of which this puts a wrench into my enjoying unemployment and taking a bitchin road trip across the country, going back home to visit my friends & family. And my lil buddy Simon, who probably has no idea who I am anymore. And I gotta find a new job, so I can afford the move, or at least afford the rent increase. And I don't really have the greatest credit in the world, and those damn lottery tickets aren't paying off.

My morning is at a low, and then I have to go and read this.



Lanz99 said...

Awwww. Well, you know they always say it's darkest before the dawn. Or some shyte like that. ;)

Things have a way of working out, so ENJOY your unemployment/trip, or else.

Formerly, The Dude Spoke said...

Update: On top of which, when I went to shave this morning, I discovered that my razor screen is damaged. Cut my face a little bit.

On the plus side, though, housing is solved. And in a very painless way.

T-Bone said...

Dude, I was sad when I read that. But much like my Wonderfalls box set that a certain brother-in-law won't give back to me. I have come to accept Firefly/Serenity as a complete story, with much more material there than most movies I enjoy on a regular basis.

Especially since now they are re-reunning all the firefly eps in HD. Loving it all over again!

Formerly, The Dude Spoke said...

T-Bone, I realize I have to accept it. And while watching Serenity the other night, I realized what a perfect close out to the whole endeavor it was. While there were plenty more stories to be told in that world, what we get is what we get.

Much like the finale of Arrested Development was a perfect way to close it out.

Which reminds me, did your cousin ever return your copy of Arrested Development? I'm sensing a trend.

Oh, and do you have the same razor as me? Do you know if I can just get new screens at a Walgreens or CVS or something? Because I don't want to switch to a regular razor again.