Thursday, July 29, 2004
Watch a funny movie-song about George Bush and John Kerry. Click here.
Monday, July 26, 2004
Cats Are Bad In Movies
Has anyone noticed that there have been alot of cat movies recently. And has anyone noticed they've all been bad. Really. Garfield, Cats and Dogs, Cat in the Hat, Cat Woman. They have all been terrible. It's not like dog movies are any better. The whole Air Bud series was stupid. I think they're bad because everyone already has those animals for pets and don't want to see cheesey, dressed up or animated pets use a stupid voice for an hour and a half. Give me an animal movie with lions fighting wolves or killing zebras or something, anyting except what they've given me now.
Sunday, July 25, 2004
The Update About The Update
Okay, so maybe my last update made camp sound bad, but it wasn't. Sure we had to rough it all the time and put up with the annoying fat kid, but hey, we're in boy scouts and it's what we signed up for. I said the requirements were stupid because we had to know first aid in basketry. And the food thing. Not a lie. But it was fun on the most part. We built a large tower in a class, made a mini golf ball, club, and hole, and though I hardly slept in the miserable conditions of our overnighter, it was cool to build a shelter. On a new subject, the play was great, but both of my friends cried after it. Acting is like Yu-Gi-Oh in its own way. It's its own little sub-culture and after working with each other for a long time, it could be hard to say goodbye. To all of my friends who have been to scout camp, leave comments about your experience.
Random Summer Update
I have just recentley returned from boy scout camp in Virginia, which as all of you readers who have been to a boy scout camp before know what a living hell it was. The food was barely edible, the classes had stupid, unnecessary requirements, and some of the sleeping conditions were unbearable. Still, a good time was had by all (except on the wilderness survival campout, where there was loud snoring and hard kicking and rain). Today, I'm going to see some of my friends in the local play, Grease. Sure, they may not have the biggest parts, but one has a baton solo. Also, check out this stupid, yet entertaining rendition of the game, Mario Twins. Click Here.
Wednesday, July 14, 2004
It's only been out for a few weeks and I've already seen it twice. Spiderman 2 is a very good movie, which is suprising because it is a sequel. What makes it a good movie are the awesome fight scenes and that it kind of makes fun of itself subtly. But the movie only has two different scenes: fighting and emotional. After awhile the emotions become somewhat repetitive. And the whole subplot where Spiderman loses his powers is completely unnecessary, though it is funny at times. The fight scenes are incredible and the villian rocks. This movie is one of those movies that you'll rent and watch on rainy days and be talking about constantly for and hour or two.
Sunday, July 04, 2004
WooHoo! I'm Updating In The Summer 2: Beach Addition
I never thought that I would update twice in the summer, but here I am, down the Jersey shore, writing. It's very hard to concentrate on what I'm doing with the fireworks exploding behind me and Idependence Day playing in front of me. This has been one heck of a trip. I played in a Mini Golf Championship this morning and have been watching random people celebrate our country's independence by blowing up a small part of it. I can hardly breathe right now because I have been inhaling so much gun powder and other explosive chemicals. My family has been coming and leaving though out the week. Just the other day, my 4 year old cousin and my grandfather were watching TV. When I left the room, my cousin was pestering my grandfather to watch cartoons. When I came back 2 minutes later, they were watching South Park. This summer rocks so far and happy 4th of July! My lungs hurt.