Monthly Archives: July 2007
My review of “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” is now up. Yay. Not an easy one to write.
The new Harry Potter book came out this weekend. I don’t have it yet. Why? Because I’m a purist, and only read the UK editions. I ordered mine from Canada (which saves me money on shipping). If I lived in … Continue reading
Yeah, this seems about right.
This is an awesome idea. Ganked from Graydancer. It has LJ-speak in it, but I think the basic message comes through: people are feeling down and bleah lately, so let’s do something about it! Wow – what is it in … Continue reading
What Is Snape?, by Orson Scott Card, is a fantastic essay, and a must-read for anybody who can’t understand why I love Snape and alternately despise and dislike James Potter. (In fact, it reminded me of perfectly good reasons to … Continue reading
Direct link Good grief. Good on the Senate for having a Hindu do the invocation (though I’m against the invocation on principle, I’m glad to see diversity in who does it). Shame on those extremists who embarrassed themselves and their … Continue reading
There’s an odd correlation for me between physical pain and mental or emotional pain. It seems like enough of one always results in the other cropping up too. I’ve had a nasty headache for a month now, without a single … Continue reading
I’m too busy/tired/scattered for a good update, but I have several things in my browser I’ve been meaning to blog about, so here you go. Meet the Joneses is an interactive comedy. Fans can work on scripts and stuff, apparently. … Continue reading
Ratatouille, which was wonderful, and This Film is not yet Rated, which filled me with righteous anger.
I read the article “Perfect Girls, Starving Daughters” in the spring ’07 issue of Bitch this morning. It’s an excerpt from the book of the same title and really struck me. It made me feel both better (because it was … Continue reading