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April 26th, 2004
10:24 am


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okay, Matt Arnold edited out Trill's head and made me a square version of this user pic. Thanks Matt!

I have been wasting entirely too much time, reading Will Shetterly's book Chimera - but it was worth it! a good book. Even better was reading Jane Irwin's Vogelein on Saturday. When not doing that, I've been getting a *lot* of sleep, making slow progress on decluttering the house, and hanging out with Mary and Bill.

We saw Kill Bill (both volumes) on friday. I feel I can recommend them. And yet I'm not sure I want to see them again anytime soon. It's an odd reaction, I think.

The sun is out and I am happy as always to feel spring in the air. Last night we went on a walk and I let the wind remind me of younger years -- running in a pack, letting the wind whip us into giddy pleasure at being young and foolish and free.
Life is good.

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Date:April 26th, 2004 07:39 am (UTC)
There are a lot of movies I enjoyed but would be reluctant to see again. The Kill Bills definitely fall into that category. They're somewhat relentless and exhausting.

After a while, I suspect the first one will be ready for another viewing, since it's more of a thrill ride, what with the non-stop action. But the second one? I may never need to see it again.
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Date:April 26th, 2004 08:18 am (UTC)
You're welcome.

Regarding Kill Bill, I thought it was more fun and humorous than Tarantino's previous movies. It's true it was unrelenting, but not agonizing. I started out disliking Pulp Fiction, which alternated between boring pointlesness and a gauntlet of tortures which I actively wished to avoid seeing. However, it did pick up in its interest nearer to the end.
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Date:April 26th, 2004 11:35 am (UTC)
Intense picture. Absolute Anne, although more an Anna in that pic...
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Date:April 26th, 2004 03:26 pm (UTC)
pictures are generally better with trill's head edited out. ;-)
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