I felt like a dick yesterday.
My results weren't that great after all.
Normally my reaction would have been so what?
Yesterday I was fretting and palpitating.
Is it true? Tend to His work and He will tend to your needs?
It feels so foolish and selfish and cheap to serve just to get better grades.
But that is the way. The way.
I have to read up more. Totally.
Went to get my books today there were all there. As a result I had to lug six overweight books around. Not too amusing without a car at your disposal. Went to the Esplanade after that... My catch today:
Apt Pupil - print-to-screen from a novella by Stephen King starring Ian McKellen (Magneto, Gandalf) and Brad Renfro, whom little among the audience of this blog might know, and he's quite cute really. I mean when you put him next to say Daniel Radcliffe, Dan's cute in his own way, but I'm afraid the New Englanders brought the capture-audience-immediately good looks over with them.
Chicken Run - Just for the fun of it. I missed the first part when it aired on Channel 5.
Showtime - with Eddie Murphy and Robert DeNiro. Looks real fun.
And Then There Were None - another print-to-screen adaptation of Agatha Christie's book of the same name, also known as Ten Little Indians, referring to the little nursery rhyme about ten little Red Indians disappearing one by one. Not everyone in the world dreams up the picture of niggers going down like bowling pins just because they did not happen to have the ideal facial features and people from the yang side had a major problem with that. Assholes. This black-and-white film was made in 1945 and has been restored to crystal clarity.
Both Chaplin's City Lights and the Disney Aladdin were returned at other library branches, so next week, hopefully. I'll go for one more round and that is it, holidays are over. Meanwhile I am sooo starting on my World Civilizations textbooks. Wheee so interesting.
orchestrated by Renhao at 7:00:00 pm
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