A nice mellow weekend. A local theater company performed “Taming of the Shrew” in the park down in Saratoga Springs. A fun light treatment of it. and a friend invited me to see “A Most Wanted Man,” which reminded me of the all the nordic detective shows and movies I’ve loved. Played some racquetball, went on a long bike ride with my sweetie (who roller skated the whole way).
And Monday rolls around again, along with a week crammed with inking the Little Dee graphic novel. I am ready for it! 🙂
Do you read minds, Christopher? I’m SO not a total jerk.
Actually watched a light treatment of Taming a week or two ago, myself. Weird.
Y’know, you kinda have to agree with him on this point.
Self-fulfilling prophesy – he thinks that no one likes him so he’s acting like a jerk which will guarantee no one will ever like him. Maybe if he got out of his own head he might realize he can change things.
Some people get to the point to become a mirror image of their character. If they were kind and selfless they turn into a greedy ass hole that kicks old ladies and dogs. Humans are weird. I blame the cerebral cortex and the fact we have layered brains going back to the reptile.
I think these huge frontal lobes are a mistake, myself…
I like and use my frontal lobes.
KNO3, I’d rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.
And Thank You Dorothy Parker, wherever you are!
Don’t they have happy drugs on board? He could sure use it, probably everyone could at this point. Or go into the airlock naked then blast it open to be vaporized by the Higgs Field.
Without frontal lobes we might as well be zombies.
I’d rather have this bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.