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9/20/2002

I just got back from watching Barbershop with the usual suspects. And it was really well done. There's a great balance of one-liners and running gags, the plot and characters develop well, and you know that every time Cedric the Entertainer opens his mouth you're going to bust a gut laughing. And I had to sit and think a moment or two to come up with these cons, but... It IS relatively predictable, and some of the jokes just fall flat on their face. But definetely a $6.50 and two hours well spent. Tunes: "Barroom Heroes", Dropkick Murphys; "It's Alright", Big Head Todd and the Monsters; "Get Over It", OK Go
posted by Josiah  # 9/20/2002 10:57:00 PM

9/19/2002

Today I was pulled in at the last minute to mind my friend Tim's house while he and his family were at a service for his recently departed grandfather, which aroused mixed feelings in me. I'm supposed to recieve people. How should I emote? Am I heavily grieving, lightly grieving, quietly sad, neutral, cheery, what? And all for a guy I haven't met and know virtually nothing about? Fortunately for me, the atmosphere was light, and the only real signs that it wasn't simply a family get-together were the muted colors and the Frank Sinatra LP playing in the background. There was much light-hearted fun and laughter. It also helped Tim and me to inspire an unrealistic idea for a reality TV show, but I'll save that for a later date. :-P Tunes: "Absolutely Fabulous", Pet Shop Boys; "Get This Party Started", Pink; "The Megaman Song", Unknown; and "Gangster Tripping", Fatboy Slim.
posted by Josiah  # 9/19/2002 10:10:00 PM

9/18/2002

Today was a very good, very busy day. I spent the morning (or however much of it I was awake for) cleaning out my brother's room (a frightening task). The afternoon was spent at work rebuilding the Seabury site and playing several rigorous ping-pong with my boss and a mutual friend, and finishing up with a sit out on the lawn with lemon water (on my part) and gin & tonics and cigars (on theirs). And this evening I was babysitting the next door neighbors, which consists of sitting around and watching them play on their ps2. Tunes: "Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous", Good Charlotte; "Mrs. Robinson", Paul Simon; and "H-A-T-R-E-D", Tonio K.
posted by Josiah  # 9/18/2002 09:40:00 PM

9/16/2002

Well, the school year has started for me, making my schedule more of a burden than it's been for several months. I have a report on early American history due Wednesday, I'm reading The Art of War, and I don't know how I'm going to balance work work and goofing off with my friends. I spent the late afternoon down at church, hanging out with my choirgirl friends, which is so refreshing. I get to lose sight of the scary big picture and have simple, pure, hilarity. On a different note, SOMEone promised she'd put me back on her blogroll if I started up again... (coughHalleycough) Tunes: "One Song Glory", "Light My Candle", RENT soundtrack
posted by Josiah  # 9/16/2002 09:54:00 PM

9/15/2002

Today was very very long. I woke up before 7 (WAY early for me), and promptly spent 6 hours at church. I arrived an hour early for the first service, waited through the first service, started choir practice, sang the second service, following which was a brunch during which my mother was to outline plans for the upcoming England choir tour. While the food was good, most of the conversation was either stuff I already knew or stuff that didn't pertain to me. S by the time we piled the four or five trays of Mom's food into the car and get home, it was already around 2:00. and to be quite honest, I don't remember too much of what happened after that. It's a sort of blur that runs from the tme I got home to now. Must've been something in those Krispy Kremes... I'm going to start doing what Dad's doing and start listing the songs that I listen to while I'm blogging. Just remember, imitation is one of the sincerest forms of flattery. Si's Tunes: "Someday We'll Know", New Radicals; "What Do You Want From Life?", TheTubes; and "Just Like a Pill", by Pink.
posted by Josiah  # 9/15/2002 10:48:00 PM

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