+ There's no hiatus for SPN next week! Which means I get to watch the finale when it airs instead of being sad on a train missing it on the 21st.
+ My dad isn't angry. If he were angry, he wouldn't have offered milkshake. Lol.
+ When I come back from Star Trek tomorrow, I will no longer have a roomie. Woohoo!
As if seven episodes of Supernatural isn't enough in one day, I'm going to return to Shanique's room in a few and watch ... the rest of season 3?
Yeah, she was on 3.04 ("Sin City") this morning. She's on 3.11 ("Mystery Spot") now. And she really does want to watch the rest of the season. And I'll probably stay there and do the same. Lol.
Honestly, though, I did fall asleep towards the beginning of 3.10 ("Dream a Little Dream of Me"), but that was a nice nap, let me tell you. When I woke up, it was just in time for "demon-Dean" and Dean to have their little showdown. Lol.
You'd think seven episodes would be an overload and I wouldn't want to keep going. Think again. Lol.
It's the end of the semester. I have finals in a couple of days. I'm done with classes. I'm living it up with chocolate and soda and SPN with Ebony. Hehe. XD
Other than that, I've not done much with my life today. I studied for Islam with Nancy, so I'm ready for one of my finals now. Tomorrow (while watching season 4 of SPN with Shanique) I get to study for astronomy. Thursday are the astronomy and islam tests, followed by SPN!!! (Possibly with Shanique again.) Friday is work-on-philosophy-take-home day until Mom, Dad, and Matt come to get me for dinner and Star Trek!!! So exciting!
I think I want to watch a Family Guy. It's usually on TV around 11. Maybe I'll watch it then. (If I'm not with Shanique watching more SPN.) Lol.
However, I did FINALLY figure out how to put the header image up! YAY!
Edit (5:19 PM): Okay, so it looks GREAT in Firefox (which I had to download today just to see that it looks great in Firefox).
I don't know what's wrong with Internet Explorer, but it seems to suck comparatively.
Anyway, I thought I'd post about the movie I saw last night.
( Australia )
( Day Nine . . . How about a movie I don't want to see, in honor of its midnight showing tonight. )
Yep, Madi did her homework (while I read Inkspell) and then we watched The Tigger Movie while she ate her dinner. Simple, easy, bouncy.
And here is a watchable copy of the trailer! I'm way too excited about this movie!
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
Quantom of Solace
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Dark Knight (re-released)
My Bloody Valentine 3-D
Friday the Thirteenth
Star Trek XI
Wow . . . I definitely won't get to see all of those in the theaters, but I'd like to.
So, I was pondering what to do next, because this was fun. And I think I'm gonna go with trailers -- for movies I want to see OR would absolutely not see (depending on the availability of trailers for movies I want to see). This one should prove interesting.
I'll probably have to change the rules at some point, because I'll run out of new material. And I need to figure out exactly how long I wanna do this challenge for. So we'll see about that stuff later.
I'm not really sure which of the many trailers I've seen gave me the idea. However, chances are good that it was really the fact that the first REAL Star Trek XI trailer goes out with Bond on Friday that first made me think of it.
So yeah, trailers it is.
Oh, random edit because I was bored.
Remakes soon to come:
The Day the Earth Stood Still (Drama, Sci-Fi) - Dec.
Possession (remake of an Asian film, Drama, Romance, Thriller, Mystery) - Jan.
Hellraiser (Horror) - Jan.
My Bloody Valentine 3-D (Horror, Thriller) - Jan.
The Uninvited (remake of an Asian film, Drama, Horror, Thriller) - Jan.
Friday the Thirteenth (Horror) - Feb.
Race to Witch Mountain (Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Thriller) - Mar.
The Wolf Man (Horror, Thriller) - Apr.
The ones in bold are movies I will see, good or bad, in theaters, on opening weekend, by myself if necessary (which is far more likely than finding anyone else who wants to see them with me. Lol.). The italics are the ones I will likely see at some point with my father, because we like to try to remakes of the Asian horror flicks.
Edit (6:32 PM): 10,150/50,000. AKA 20.3%. WOOHOO!
It had been a while, and we just finished the Egyptian chapter in Art History.
So I spent the whole time correcting their incorrect facts and history.
For example, Imhotep was not a priest in the 19th Dynasty, he was an architect in the 3rd Dynasty.
In fact, when the Greeks took over, they revered him as the god of architecture.
Scarabs are dung beetles, not maneaters. They were placed in the mummy with the heart because they were seen as a symbol of the afterlife.
Yes, the mummy's heart was taken out but then placed back in, unlike what what said in the movie.
There is more than one Book of the Dead. It is a scroll or engravings found in every tomb.
(Oh, and from the second movie, Nefertiti was the wife of Amenhotep III [aka Akhenaton] of the 18th Dynasty.)
Yes, Seti I was a pharoah of the 19th Dynasty, but he was not important enough to be in my textbook. (He was simply mentioned when the book talked about his scribe's Book of the Dead.)
For my many Twilight-obsessed friends: