June 29, 2004
June 25, 2004
Portugal better win me the sweepstake now.
June 24, 2004
June 23, 2004
June 22, 2004
June 09, 2004
June 07, 2004
I got to see a few more pics this weekend.
Friday night found A Knight's Tale on the telly. Wasn't what I was expecting, was surprised by the sudden burst of queen and the dance with the bowie was very cool.
Also went to the flicks and saw donnie darko in
The Day After Tomorrow . Very cool film. Literally. Do you see what I did there? This was great, just like independence day with the darn bureaucrats never listening to the scientist in the know. Then big disasters which mainly affect New York with odd random mentions of other places in passing. Lots of nonsense science talk and computer modellers who go out sampling for some reason. Top stuff.
Then I saw The Last Samurai on DVD. I gotta say they didn't seem to be very good Samurai considering a whole bunch of them couldn't take out little Mr Cruise, but what do I know. Normally don't like films featuring beards and long hair but after a while it picked up. Not fabulous but worth a watch.
June 04, 2004
I just got my dentist bill back cause its not all covered by the dental plan I'm already shelling out loads for. Total cost of a clean up, 7 x-rays and 3 minutes with the dentist...$227. Luckly only about an extra $20 for me to pay but still, was a bit of a shock to open that letter.
June 02, 2004
I saw many movies this weekend hooray.
At the cinema Shrek 2 was pretty good lots of nice funny little jokes.
At home Kill Bill volume 1 was great. Always nice to see all that blood spurting around, but obviously not so much in real life as I tend to pass out at the sight of the stuff.
Also at home In America was one I really liked. Not to be confused with Coming to America with Eddie Murphy, this one is about a nice Irish family grieving for their little boy. No tears from me though. I'm rock hard.
June 01, 2004
Look at that! Sunderland are coming to play footie over here. "Sunderland AFC, also known as the Black Cats have captured six English Championships and two FA Cup Championships."
“It is unbelievable that we (Hammerheads) are able to bring a football club of the magnitude of Sunderland to Wilmington, North Carolina. It is a true measure of the Hammerheads organization and a feather in the cap of the Wilmington soccer community for their support of professional soccer.”
I'd go but I'll be Eng-er-land then so I guess I'll have to miss it.
I saw a very sad story on the news last night. These poor folk are having to pay an average of $2 for a gallon of petrol! That's about 34p/litre. Now sadly they can no longer afford to drive house sized cars across the continent. Tragic.