Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Meshugga Computer Problems



My computer was on the fritz for sometime now. It went kapoot! Luckily, I've retrieved all of my files, but I have to put all of my programs back on. And my ipod will be wiped out again. Oh, It is good to be baaaack. By now it's 3am and I just got back from watching an awful, awful movie that I had compared to the movie Kids. To my surprise this film was directed by the same person as KIDS, and Wassup Rockers. Did I mention that I strongly dislike these kinds of movies?!?!? They simply aren't thought provoking but more of an opportunity to see in close detail teenagers in taboo action. You'll notice these movies and their bizarre penchant toward showing mildly pornographic situations that are supposed to make us feel like this is fucking life. And it's dirrrty and raw. I smell turds. Do you?? Ah, call me a panjandrum because I'll never get the importance of these cinematic disasters. And no, It's not because I think sex is dirty, or that I can't handle watching a mother get head from a teenage boy. It's just insulting to my tastes! And I imagine to many others. Did I mention it is also uninteresting to endure for an hour and half.

Moving on, I just finished reading Alternadad! Aside from its title I thoroughly enjoyed its sentiment toward parenting. Not that I'm looking into parenting, it's just a neat perspective on something that I'd most likely be terrible at. I recommend it if you're willing to put up with a 35 year-old hipster reflecting on the joys of fatherhood. To hear a man regale continuous about his sons uninhibited ability to cut loose and air guitar was an honest February delight. Don't ask why these things appeal to me!?!?!? I JUST DON'T KNOW!?!?!? It's winter time, it's cold, I stay inside, there's probably less oxygen getting to my brain. These things just make sense to me.


BTW, the picture above made me shriek with laughter. Move it and lose it.

5 comments:

Dig said...

You've blogged alot about trying to get away from you computer, but it's good to be back? j/k I know how it is.

sarah said...

LAY OFF ME! I'm totally kidding. However, I wrote I'll probably write sometimes. Scroll down, to the Making Friends?!? entry.

Plus, banana hammock. I don't know, its fun.

Dig said...

j/k meant I was just kidding.

Cotton said...

I've got this crazy issue with Neal Pollack. I saw him reading a while back and I had no idea who he was, only that I didn't like him. He's yet to pive me wrong. That said, I have no idea whether or not I would hate his writing.

sarah said...

His writing in Alternadad contains sentences that make me wish I could have wrote them. Given that complement I'll say that I'm unfamiliar with his previous books. I also qestion the over-all appeal of a book that pays homage entirely to his son taking shits, biting other kids, and air guitaring. Unfortunately this had appealed to me greatly. Unfortunately.